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Fourth-year head coach Eric Baron is happy where things are at with boys track.
â€œWeâ€™re ahead of where weâ€™ve been since Iâ€™ve been here. We are as deep and as good as weâ€™ve been in awhile,â€ Baron said.
The Kaneland Knights wrestling team finished the season in strong fashion last weekend, earning medals at all levels.
Last week saw Kaneland High School dole out its winter athletic awards with four sports being recognized on various levels.
In a stacked regional, Kaneland wrestling stacked some victories and sectional berths of its own.
Sycamore High School was the site of the annual Western Sun Conference tournament, and Kaneland wrestling had some success.
Ten Knights battle through competition to place in weight classes.
Kaneland is looking at their share of individual accomplishment, but also looks to get past some tough losses as the calendar turns to 2009.
While wrestling is getting its licks in on opposing teams, the Knights would probably like to stop the opposition from getting its fair share.
Kaneland wrestlingâ€™s usual late-Dec. venture to DeKalbâ€™s High Schoolâ€™s Don Flavin Invite proved to be difficult but a valuable learning experience.
Knights wrestling probably couldnâ€™t think of a better present for itself after two weeks of no meets than to get back on the mat and start pinning people.
Kanelandâ€™s wrestling squad is giving its members valuable experience, but it probably wishes it could see more of the winning kind.
A less prepared team might be scrambling.