Rolling along

By on May 1, 2014

Photo: Sophomore keeper Emily Chapman blocks an attempt on goal by Sycamore. Emily did not allow a goal by Sycamore at the April 24 game. Photo by Mary Paulson

Kaneland soccer continues its steamroll tour
KANELAND—Kaneland High School’s (9-1, 4-0 NIB-12) latest soccer victim took the form of the visiting Sycamore Spartans on April 24. KHS’ match at DeKalb on Tuesday was postponed.

In the 2-0 win over Sycamore, the team’s ninth in a row, a 56-minute scoreless stretch in the match was ended when Delaney Stryczek put in a Madi Jurcenko corner kick attempt with 24:47 to go. With 19:25 left, Holly Collingbourne scored off a Jurcenko pass.

KHS coach Scott Parillo enjoys the seemingly endless parade of scoring options employed by the torrid lineup.

“It is nice seeing so many players score this year,” Parillo said. “It definitely makes it harder for opponents to key on one or two players when you have so many that are capable of and have scored this season. We still have a lot of games left, so we will see if this trend continues.”

Lady Knights soccer try to best visiting Morris for more conference action on Thursday, May 1.