Oct. 3 sports recap

By on October 3, 2013
The sophomore Knights have only allowed one goal all season—in their season opener against Streamwood—while scoring 39 of their own. They have eight shutouts on the season, and are 7-0-2.
“They have a great time at both practice and games, but do so with great effort and talent,” coach Travis Berth said.

Freshmen Volleyball
vs. Rochelle—On Sept. 26, the freshman A volleyball squad defeated visiting Rochelle 25-17, 25-16, while the B squad followed suit with a 25-17, 25-14 win. No stats were available.
at Yorkville—On Tuesday, the freshman A defeated the Lady Foxes 25-22, 25-16, while the B team fell 19-25, 7-25.

Sophomore Volleyball
vs. Rochelle—On Sept. 26, the sophomore Lady Knights dismantled visiting Rochelle 25-10, 25-13. No stats were available.
at Yorkville—On Tuesday, the team fell just short in two games, losing to the host Lady Foxes 23-25, 26-28.

Sophomore Football
vs. Rochelle—On Sept. 27, Kaneland defeated the visiting Rochelle Twp. Hubs 36-12. No stats were available.

Sophomore Soccer
vs. Yorkville—On Sept. 26, Kaneland continued its string of holding opponents scoreless, by defeating Yorkville 7-0 in Yorkville. Felipe Speraggi and Cameron Pieczyski each had two goals, while Eli Alvarado, Jose Chavez and Peter Castillo each contributed one goal. Speraggi, Andy Tovar, Omar Aguilar and Chavez each tallied an assit in the game. The team now sits at 6-0-2, and are 4-0 in NIB-12 play.
at Sycamore—On Tuesday, the team stretched its opponents’ scoreless streak to eight games, defeating the host Spartans 7-0. Speraggi had three goals, while Pieczyski, Trevor Jahns, Diego Ruiz and Jon Turyna all had one goal.

The sophomore Knights have only allowed one goal all season—in their season opener against Streamwood—while scoring 39 of their own. They have eight shutouts on the season, and are 7-0-2. “They have a great time at both practice and games, but do so with great effort and talent,” coach Travis Berth said.

The sophomore Knights have only allowed one goal all season—in their season opener against Streamwood—while scoring 39 of their own. They have eight shutouts on the season, and are 7-0-2.
“They have a great time at both practice and games, but do so with great effort and talent,” coach Travis Berth said.

JV Tennis
at LaSalle-Peru—On Sept. 26, the JV tennis team traveled to LaSalle-Peru High School and defeated the hosts 5-0. Brittany Zablocki (10-1) and Kayla Corirossi (10-3) each won their singles matches, while the doubles were swept by the pairs of Katie Blaszynski/Emily Mirocha (10-6), Heather Albrecht/Ally McPhee (10-4) and Lauren Karolewicz/Marley Schultz (10-8).
vs. Yorkville—The Lady Knights defeated the visiting Lady Foxes 4-1 on Tuesday. No. 1 singles Emily Lutter won 4-6, 6-4, 10-6, while Zablocki won No. 2 singles 7-6, 6-1. The No. 1 doubles tandem of Blaszynski/Mirocha won 6-4, 6-3, while the No. 3 duo of Karolewicz/Schultz won 7-6, 7-6. The JV squad now sits at 9-3, and 5-0 in NIB-12 play.

Freshman Soccer
at Sycamore—On Tuesday, the Knights dispatched host Sycamore 3-1 to move to 2-5-1, 1-1-0 in NIB-12 play. Javier Correa, Kevin Healy and Danny Perez each supplied one goal, while Laszlo Reed had two saves.