All posts tagged "Kyle Carter"
KHS boys one point short of NIB-12 bragging rights
KANELAND—Kaneland boys track had many competitors contributing to a winning effort during Friday’s second-ever Northern Illinois Big XII meet out at DeKalb’s Dresser Road digs.
- Posted May 17, 2012
Knight boys lay down exceptional efforts
KANELAND—Your Kaneland High School boys track outfit is getting hot at the right time. On April 25, the Knight boys took care of DeKalb’s team in convincing fashion in a 110-36 dual.
- Posted May 3, 2012
Boys track feels outdoorsy at E. Moline
Knights also earn dual win vs. Spartans KANELAND—How do you deal with boys track giants from the Quad Cities area along with other very talented outfits?
- Posted April 12, 2012
Boys track talent factory hopes to pay dividends
KANELAND—Knights boys track has a storied history and a lot to live up to. In the last couple seasons, the outfit has not disappointed.
- Posted March 22, 2012
KHS fall athletes recognized with awards
KANELAND—Kaneland High School athletics released their slate of Fall Sports Awards, with each sport trumpeting the best it had to offer, with some All-Northern Illinois Big XII honors thrown in for good measure.
- Posted December 15, 2011
Top-15 finish at State for KHS boys
PEORIA—Kaneland's boys cross country lineup went after the finish line all season long, with the burden of sizable turnover from last year.
- Posted November 10, 2011
‘One solid group’ gets to a better State
Fourth-place means 15th trip to State in 25 years KANELAND—In a loaded Class 2A sectional hosted by Belvidere High School, Knight boys cross country had quite the challenge ahead of it and quite the trail to conquer.
- Posted November 3, 2011
Fifth place at own regional good for boys XC
ELBURN—When you deal with boys cross-country rosters like Yorkville and Crystal Lake Central, the squeeze for sectionals can be a bit crowded. Luckily, Kaneland’s crew can worry about Sectionals as an active participant.
- Posted October 27, 2011
Boys XC sees improvement, third place in NIB-12 action
GENESEO, Ill.—Looking at how the Kaneland High School boys cross-country team performed at the Northern Illnois Big XII Conference meet a year ago, the improvement in the 12-team field is apparent.
- Posted October 20, 2011
Knight boys XC takes to Sterling, Byron
KANELAND—At Byron, Kaneland’s 31 points was tops for the meet, above Byron’s 62. Richmond-Burton’s 68-point total was good for third.
- Posted October 13, 2011
Knights take Freeport race
KANELAND—With four of the top seven slots all taken by Kaneland, it was a successful outing over the Pretzels on Saturday morning.
- Posted October 6, 2011
Johnson, Carter show improving times at ACC
AURORA—Oakhurst Park in Aurora was the site of a new challenge for the Kaneland boys cross country squad, and the Knights met it in a tough field.
- Posted September 29, 2011
Impressive totals for boys XC at Eddington Invite
ELBURN—If you can’t show your talent on the home stage at Elburn Woods, when can you show it?
- Posted September 22, 2011
KHS Boys XC invades Peoria
PEORIA—While the total team standings didn’t lean the Knights’ way in the latest edition of the Peoria Woodruff Invite on Saturday, signs emerged that were encouraging for depth in boys’ cross country.
- Posted September 15, 2011
Marin boasts top spot in boys XC win
KANELAND—It was near perfect outside on Tuesday. The weather wasn’t bad, either.
- Posted September 8, 2011
Boys XC curbing loss of 3 key parts
On a mid-August day with creeping humidity, the Knights boys cross-country pack attacks practice in a business-like manner—like it’s part of the day’s task.
- Posted August 18, 2011
Talent, effort goes the distance for Knights
KANELAND—It was a high ceiling for Kaneland High School boys track in 2010, and by the end of the season in Charleston, Ill., it turned into a celebration.
- Posted March 24, 2011
Boys XC wish to re-run great ending
KANELANDâ€”How does a team that finished fifth in the Class 2A boys cross country race a year ago repeat the appealing end? With the same preparation and attack, and new personnel to replace the graduates.
- Posted August 19, 2010