KHS earns slim team win at home meet by Mike Slodki KANELAND—There’s nothing like seeing what you’re made of on your home track. Kaneland girls track has a lot of substance and talent, based on the first-place output at the annual Jill Holmes Invite on Saturday. The 160.5-point output from the Lady Knights beat Northern [...]April 11th, 2013 | Mike Slodki | Comments Off | Continued
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Class 2A cross-country queen applies skills to triathlon circuit
Kaneland—Many fellow cross-country runners were witness to Kaneland High School sophomore Victoria Clinton’s success at the Class 2A State meet in Peoria two weeks ago, specifically the back of her jersey.
Clinton takes State crown in cross country
Peoria, Ill.—Victoria Clinton, your spot is ready.
The Kaneland sophomore earned her way into IHSA and Kaneland High School girls cross country history by becoming State champ in the Class 2A race at Detweiller Park in Peoria, Ill., on Saturday.November 8th, 2012 | Mike Slodki | Comments Off | Continued
KHS girls XC team proves it belongs among top tier
Kaneland—As hundreds of runners and spectators descended on Elburn Woods Saturday for the annual Kaneland Eddington Invitational, the Kaneland High School Lady Knight cross country team proved it has what it takes to be among the top teams in the state.
Lady Knight XC opens season with win by taking 4 of 5 top spots
Kaneland—Kaneland High School’s girls cross country team on Tuesday started its season on the right foot, earning a victory in a tri-meet over West Chicago and Wheaton Academy on Tuesday.
KANELAND—It might be too early to measure Kaneland girls cross country’s progress on the basis of Tuesday’s encounter with East Aurora and the JV squad from Yorkville, but the Lady Knights will take the good fortune where they can find it at this early juncture.September 8th, 2011 | Mike Slodki | Comments Off | Continued
Victoria Clinton of Elburn finished first among all women ages 1-11 in the 12th annual Hustle Up the Hancock in Chicago. Over 4,000 people competed in the 94 floor climb up John Hancock center in a fundraiser for lung disease research programs of Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago.March 5th, 2009 | Elburn Herald | 1 comment | Continued