Over 100 Years of Dedicated Service
MAPLE PARKâ€”After a ninth-place finish in State a year ago, how do you repeat such a fine performance?
MAPLE PARKâ€”With the Lady Knight girls cross country roster getting stopped after a sixth-place finish at the Class 2A Belvidere Sectional a year ago, the group wishes to hold off offseason plans a little later, in to November.
MAPLE PARKâ€”The end of the year awards and spring awards were handed out on June 9, recognizing the year-long effort of Knight athletes.
Friday’s third annual Western Sun Conference girls track meet served as a benchmark for Kaneland before the upcoming postseason sectionals.
With the annual Kane County Meet shelved in Batavia due to the closing of the school, thanks to H1N1 virus prevention, the girlsâ€™ track squad hadnâ€™t seen competition since May 5.
With the temperature finally rising in the area, Kaneland High School girls track seems to be taking that as a cue.
The Lady Knights squad hit a stride in a well-spent showing in its own Jenniâ€™s ABC Invite in Maple Park. The meet returned after a one-year layoff due to less-than-favorable conditions in 2009.
For the 2009 season, Kaneland girls track has a slew of returning athletes, some whom have seen State action.