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Kaneland High School bowling saw its season come to an end on Saturday morning.
Kaneland bowling fell to non-conference adversary Fenton on Jan. 20 by a final of 2,531-2,386. They followed that up with a 2,903-2,317 loss to rival DeKalb on Tuesday.
Tuesday afternoon spelled more Western Sun Conference action for the Lady Knight bowlers, but it resulted in a loss in Rochelle.
The bowlers got back into the swing of things at Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb on Monday afternoon, but with a 2,560-2,220 loss to visiting Rochelle.
Itâ€™s early, but the Kaneland bowling roster will definitely take this inviting start.
While there were some positive indicators in Mondayâ€™s opening bowling matchup with host Morris, the end result was not what Kaneland was hoping for.
DeKALBâ€”When you are looking to turn the page on a program, you might as well start with a new home.
On paradeâ€”Cows in Chicago, Huskies in DeKalb, Adirondack chairs in St. Charles, bicycles in Geneva. What’s next?
Baseballs in Elburn.
While conference matchups are normally fairly tough, Kaneland High School bowling earned its first Western Sun Conference
It was a less than ideal start for the Kaneland bowling squad at AMF Valley Lanes in North Aurora on Monday evening.
Approaching his 20th year at the helm of Kaneland High School bowling, coach Jim McKnight has seen his share of pins knocked down.