Over 100 Years of Dedicated Service
MAPLE PARKâ€”When Kaneland boys cross country finishes eighth in the Class 2A State gathering in 2008, what do they want to do for an encore?
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.
Saturday brought Kaneland boys track to its usual mid-April stop: the Ottawa ABC Invite. Kaneland’s success was as easy as that in certain events.
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.
Last week saw Kaneland High School dole out its winter athletic awards with four sports being recognized on various levels.
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.
A less prepared team might be scrambling.