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Batavia senior Sydney Perry ended her high school career with her third state championship at Bloomington's Grossinger Motors Arena on Satuday while Kaneland freshman Angelina Gochis won the program's first title.
Trailing 34-27 at the start of the second half, Kaneland tightened up at both ends of the court to pull ahead of the host Cadets, ending the period with a 42-40 lead. The Knights remained dominant in the final frame for a 58-50 win and a berth in their own sectional.
DeKalb's Jacob Gramer stars at state swim, Kaneland and DeKalb girls wrestlers advance: Daily Chronicle Sports roundup for Friday, Feb, 23, 2024.
Someone was winning their first sectional crown since 1990 when Kaneland and Dixon faced off in the Class 3A Sycamore Sectional title game. It’s the Duchesses and their stingy defense that are advancing to the final eight.
With the third IHSA Girls Wrestling State Tournament set to begin Friday, we take a look at the area wrestlers who look to come back with a medal.
The Dixon and Kaneland girls basketball teams played Thursday in the Class 3A sectional final at Sycamore High School.
Kaneland advances to regional final, Hinckley-Big Rock, Indian Creek and Genoa-Kingston seasons come to an end, and the NIU women win: Daily Chronicle Sports Roundup for Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024.
Sam Kerry hit a running hook shot in the lane with less than 5 seconds left, Emily Kuzner stole the inbound pass and the Knights dropped the No. 1 Spartans, 44-41.
The Sycamore and Kaneland girls basketball teams met for the third time this season Tuesday night in a Class 3A sectional semifinal at Sycamore High School.
When the Sycamore and Kaneland girls basketball teams clash on Tuesday in the semifinals of the Class 3A Sycamore Sectional, it will be the sixth meeting in the past two seasons between the teams.
With the postseason underway Monday, we take a look at four things to keep an eye on as DeKalb, Kaneland, Sycamore, Genoa-Kingston, Hinckley-Big Rock, Indian Creek and Hiawatha start their postseason journeys.
Genoa-Kingston senior Brady Brewick became the program's first state-placer since 2010 when he took third at the Class 1A 165-pound bracket at the IHSA individual state tournament Saturday in Champaign. He led four Chronicle-area wrestlers who placed.
DeKalb's Jacob Luce and Genoa-Kingston's Brady Brewick guaranteed themselves medals. Plus state bowling, state gymnastics and more in the roundup.
Prairie Ridge kept getting close to Kaneland down the stretch Thursday, but the Knights made enough plays late to secure a regional championship and a spot in next week's Class 3A Sycamore Sectional.
Indian Creek wins boys basketball. That and state wrestling in Thursday's roundup.