All posts tagged "Madi Jurcenko"
Back to the win column
KANELAND—A win over a Sycamore Spartans tennis squad is often a lot to ask. Such was the case for the Lady Knights tennis crew on Thursday along Route 23.
- Posted September 13, 2012
Lady Knights successfully court win vs. DeKalb
KANELAND—With a lineup firmly in place, there's no telling what Kaneland's tennis squad is capable of.
- Posted September 6, 2012
Tennis overcomes early bump
KANELAND—A win last week at West Chicago had Kaneland tennis on a smooth track early.
- Posted August 30, 2012
Spring kind to Kaneland athletics in awards season
KANELAND—A highly successful 2011-12 spring season was recognized with team awards dished out earlier this week, as well as honors from the end-of-year senior athletic banquet.
- Posted June 14, 2012
KHS soccer solves 3, puzzled by Sycamore
KANELAND—Lady Knights soccer’s late-season homestretch is busy, to say the least. It matters little how healthy you are heading into the regionals next week.
- Posted May 10, 2012
Soccer slams West division’s Ottawa
OTTAWA—In the case of Lady Knights soccer, the mix of old and new is gelling enough to make anyone happy.
- Posted April 26, 2012
Kaneland soccer enjoying unbeaten stretch KANELAND—In spite of injuries, Kaneland soccer is remaining a tough team to battle.
- Posted April 19, 2012
Kaneland soccer hopes to reach beyond Regional
KANELAND—For the past three seasons, Kaneland girls soccer has made it to heights previously unknown. Now comes the challenge of kicking even higher.
- Posted March 22, 2012
Lady Knights soccer loses to Geneseo, beats IMSA
KANELAND—Coach Scott Parillo was happy at his girls soccer unit’s effort in the opening contest against Geneseo, despite the less-than-desirable result.
- Posted March 22, 2012
KHS fall athletes recognized with awards
KANELAND—Kaneland High School athletics released their slate of Fall Sports Awards, with each sport trumpeting the best it had to offer, with some All-Northern Illinois Big XII honors thrown in for good measure.
- Posted December 15, 2011
Kaneland’s State-going tennis duo ends 2011 campaign
KANELAND—It matters little that a team like Amelia Napiorkowski and Madi Jurcenko were ousted after one match at this past weekend’s State tennis gathering in District 214 territory.
- Posted October 27, 2011
Tennis sends frosh/senior duo to State gathering
The doubles unit of senior Amelia Napiorkowski (right) and freshman Madi Jurcenko (left) had performed at a high level all season, and was put to the test on Saturday during the St. Charles East Sectional.
- Posted October 20, 2011
NIB-12 crown makes smashing time for KHS
Napiorkowski, Jurcenko,Emmanouil take top honors ROCHELLE, Ill.—What better way to approach postseason play than a great showing at conference?
- Posted October 13, 2011
Tennis’ trajectory still skyward
KANELAND—This has been an impressive season for KHS tennis by any stretch of the imagination. The 13-2 dual record has been made more impressive by the Lady Knights powering through the sometimes inclement weather, which has infringed on...
- Posted October 6, 2011
Lady Knights tennis snags first at Rochelle Invite
KANELAND—In a lighter week for Kaneland High School tennis, the Lady Knights’ action still carried quite a bit of weight.
- Posted September 29, 2011
Kaneland’s 11: Tennis stacking wins
KANELAND—Close counts in tennis. While the Lady Knights barely edged their opponents, every point mattered and the Kaneland crew now rides a six-match win streak.
- Posted September 22, 2011
Tennis now 7-2 after streak
KANELAND—Was the loss of a week ago to IMSA a blessing in disguise for Kaneland High School tennis?
- Posted September 15, 2011
KHS tennis edged in Tuesday match
AURORA—On a sunny and cool afternoon in Aurora, the Lady Knights tennis crew saw their fortunes cool for a bit—a result of a 4-3 dual loss to Illinois Math and Science Academy.
- Posted September 8, 2011
Familiar faces and new blood buoy tennis
1st at Plainfield N. invite, wins over GN., Marengo highlight week by Mike Slodkiof tennis players is they “get after it,” in so many words.
- Posted September 1, 2011