Rivalry Saturday tips to Kaneland boys
By Mike Slodki
on February 10, 2011
Photo: Kaneland’s Trever Heinle tries a junior skyhook in recent boys basketball action. File Photo
KANELAND—For the Knights, good things have come in fours lately.
The Kaneland boys improved to 13-8 (5-2 Northern Illinois Big XII) with a 48-38 win over the visiting Sycamore Spartans on Friday in Maple Park.
For Kaneland, the last setback occurred on Jan. 18 against Hampshire.
Unique to the clash of rivals was the fact that only four Knights entered the scoring column, as well as only four Spartans.
Leading the way for KHS was Chaon Denlinger with 16 points, followed by Trever Heinle’s 13.
The Knights went seven-of-nine from foul line territory.
Kaneland led 13-10 after one quarter and 23-16 at the half, before taking a 37-28 lead at the end of three frames.
The sophomores improved to 20-1 with a 50-43 win over the Spartans.
On tap for KHS is hosting DeKalb on Friday, Feb. 11.