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All posts tagged "Nick Michels"
Vazquez, Michels receive $1,000 scholarships
Samantha Vazquez and Nick Michels each received a $1,000 scholarship from the Sugar Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry in July.
- Posted September 10, 2011
State-qualifier Boyle takes fourth at elite meet
KANELAND—Senior Jimmy Boyle, who has been no slouch on the football field for Kaneland High School, now has something to remember his time as a wrestler by.
- Posted February 24, 2011
Boyle breaks out at wrestling Sectional
KANELAND—It's familiar territory for Knights heavyweight Jimmy Boyle. Familiar but exceptional territory for the senior, who now goes to the IHSA Class 2A State tournament at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Ill., this weekend.
- Posted February 17, 2011
KHS wrestlers execute winning combination, take 2nd place at regional
SYCAMORE—When KHS wrestling coach Monty Jahns mentioned that his team had an eye on the postseason and may be better equipped for tournament settings, he wasn't kidding.
- Posted February 10, 2011
Davidson, Boyle key in KHS winning own Flott Invite
KANELAND—While the Knights sit with a dual record they’d no doubt like to improve, gatherings like the annual Margaret Flott Memorial Tournament hosted by KHS do a nice job of getting headed in the right direction.
- Posted January 20, 2011
Wrestling ends up sixth place at Flavin Invite
DEKALB—With an 8-13 dual meet record through the first half of the year, Kaneland High School wrestling might not look like it's making strides.
- Posted January 6, 2011
Grapplers take two in Wauconda, storm Flavin
KANELAND—Instead of a face-full of candy and other winter goodies, Kaneland spent Thursday and this past Tuesday introducing opponents to a face-full of mat.
- Posted December 30, 2010
Grapplers take on four squads tough week
KANELAND—While Kaneland wrestling has nabbed some nice individual wins lately, the dual meet results that are desired are harder to come by.
- Posted December 23, 2010
Kaneland High School rises up with fall sports awards
KANELAND—It was time to think warmer thoughts at Kaneland High School, as Friday had the release of the Kaneland High School Fall Sports Awards. The awards were announced at this late date due to the postseason success of...
- Posted December 16, 2010
Winter sports preview: Wrestlers look to increase 19-win total in 2010-11
KANELANDâ€”With a solid core coming back for coach Monty Jahnsâ€™ third season at the helm and a program that thrives on aggressiveness, opponents will have to take short relief in the fact that the Knights are still...
- Posted November 18, 2010
Knights get all they need in first half of 42-0 win KANELANDâ€”Before the beginning of the fourth quarter on Friday night, Knights Taylor Andrews and Nick Michels ran from the sidelines to the field in a sprint.
- Posted November 4, 2010
Knights run over crossover foe Dixon, 55-6 by Mike Slodki MAPLE PARKâ€”Looks like Kaneland Knights football is putting the rest of its schedule on notice. The visiting Dixon Dukes certainly noticed.
- Posted September 16, 2010
Wrestlers exhibit strong Sycamore Invite showing
With the way Kaneland High School wrestling began the regular season, conventional wisdom would dictate that it would perform better in Saturdayâ€™s 34th Sycamore Invite than last year.
- Posted January 14, 2010
Grapplers finish fourth at Don Flavin Invite
The wrestlers improved to 15-6 in dual meets this season after a productive Don Flavin Invite in Dekalb that saw the Knights finish in fourth place.
- Posted January 7, 2010
Grapplers top Waubonsie Valley to open Flavin Invite
DEKALBâ€”Kaneland got its first dual out of the way, in a big way.
- Posted December 31, 2009
Wrestlers drop WSC clash with Yorkville, compete in Chicago
Kaneland wrestling saw its prolific dual meet streak end on Thursday night vs. Yorkville, but still managed to get one win out of three opponents at a dual meet on Saturday.
- Posted December 24, 2009
Wrestlers leave opponents looking up at lights
MAPLE PARKâ€”Ask the likes of Bremen, Lemont and Rochelle high schools if they had a nice weekend.
- Posted December 10, 2009
Wrestlers see encouraging signs at DeKalb, Woodstock
While wrestling is getting its licks in on opposing teams, the Knights would probably like to stop the opposition from getting its fair share.
- Posted January 9, 2009