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BURLINGTON—Kaneland High School’s current senior crop is the only group in school history to only know regional final action.
OTTAWA—In the case of Lady Knights soccer, the mix of old and new is gelling enough to make anyone happy.
AURORA—Kaneland soccer will have at least one win under its belt from its usual April stop.
KANELAND—For the past three seasons, Kaneland girls soccer has made it to heights previously unknown.
Now comes the challenge of kicking even higher.
KANELAND—Coach Scott Parillo was happy at his girls soccer unit’s effort in the opening contest against Geneseo, despite the less-than-desirable result.
KANELAND—Despite weather that could generously be described as “dumpy,” Kaneland High School soccer’s fortunes are heating up.
KANELAND—If Indian Creek High School thought it would be able to close a 1-0 deficit in the second half during Monday’s early-April match, it was fooling itself.
MAPLE PARKâ€”What happens when most of the Lady Knights soccer squad that scored a sizable upset over Hampshire in regional action returns?
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Lady Knight soccer looks to be in a scoring and losing funk, but there is still time to work out of it before the playoffs start.
Lady Knights soccer came down a little from an opening match high in their second match.
Kaneland girls soccer got the season off to a winning start with a rain-swept 4-0 win at Illinois Math & Science Academy in Aurora on Tuesday.