Archive - Sep 2011
The Kane Lady Wolves got back on track (3-5) with a sweep of DCC in the Wolvesâ€™ Den Thursday night. They took the Cardinals in three straight 25-8, 25-15, and 25-15.
It was nice to have the win tonight just to keep up the confidence," said Kane head girls volleyball coach Judy Kessler. "Weâ€™ve been playing hard but coming up short this season so tonight the girls knew they were going to press for the win. We played well and had a chance to practice a bunch of offensive plays."
The Kane Wolves soccer team was back in action on Thursday afternoon to take on a very strong Brockway Rovers team. The field conditions were very soggy and muddy due to all the recent precipitation. The less than perfect playing surface did not slow Brockway down as they managed to find the net three times in the first half. Kane had a few opportunities to score, but the Brockway defense held Kane down for the most part.
Alice B. Jones, 90, of 2 Delaware Ave., James City, died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011 at her residence.
Born Jan. 17, 1921 in Kittanning, she was the daughter of Albert A. and Mary J. Moore Bouch.Â On Nov. 9, 1940 in Winchester, Va., she married Carroll E. "Birch" Burton, who died in 1989.Â On June 21, 1995, she married Lawrence H. "Jonesy" Jones, who died in 2002.
Mrs. Jones had been a Medical Lab Technician at the Kane Community Hospital for many years, then later at the Ridgway Hospital.
The Kane boys golf team ran into a very good Ridgway team at the Kane Country Club. The Elkers would come away with a win 222-266. Josh Mitchell and Jesse Reynolds would share medalist honors with a nice score of 42. Ryan Greto led the Kane charges with a 49, followed closely by John Bedford 50 and Austin Woolcock 51. Brendan Sharer and Andrew Carlson would card a 58 to round out the scoring for the home team.
Kane girls golf team finished their season on a high note with a nice win over Port Allegany. The young lady wolves would finish the year with a 7-3 record. Kyla Hoag would take home Medalist Honors with a 47. She was followed closely by teammate Kelsey Carlson who came in at 49.
See full article by purchasing the Sept. 28 edition of The Kane Republican.
The Kane Wolves varsity soccer team was back in action Tuesday afternoon at Kane High School against the Smethport Hubbers. The Wolves opened the season against the Hubbers in Smethport with a 2-1 double overtime win and after a big league victory on Thursday the Wolves hoped to continue their solid play in yet another important league game.
Frank A. Moore Sr., 88, of 36 Narrow Ln., died Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at Kane Community Hospital following a short illness.
Born Aug. 9, 1923, in Sheffield, he was a son of John and Anna Streick Moore. On Feb. 9, 1946, at St. Callistus Church in Kane, he married Elizabeth Koza who preceded him in death.
Mr. Moore was employed at Dresser Manufacturing in Bradford until his retirement in 1984. He belonged to the VFW Post 1132 in Kane.
The Kane lady wolves used a strong defensive effort in the last five minutes of the game to preserve a hard fought 3-2 win over a game Smethport team.
Goalie Jesse Ogorek came up with some very big saves in the last couple minutes of the game as the Hubber offense started to press the Wolves' defense.Â
Frederick R. Anderson, 59, of 192 Saw Pit Hill Rd., Woodbury, Conn., passed away Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011 at Waterbury Hospital.
Born Oct. 26, 1951, in Kane, he was the son of Frederick V. and Lenore â€śConnieâ€ť Hadley Anderson.Â
On Feb. 5, 1977, in Jamestown, N.Y., he married Karen Fulton who survives.
Mr. Anderson was a manager of information systems for the Barden Corporation in Danbury, Conn. He was a member of the Philadelphia Church of God, the Kane V.F.W. and the IOV Lodge of the Vikings. He also enjoyed hunting and scuba diving.
The Kane Wolves varsity soccer team hosted the St. Marys Dutchmen on Tuesday afternoon at Kane High School.
The game was highlighted by great defense on both sides and limited scoring opportunities. The first half featured a St. Marys attack that put a lot of pressure on the Kane defense. Despite the surge from the Dutchmen, Kane was able to limit legitimate scoring opportunities.
When St. Marys did find an opening, sure-handed goal keeper Corey McGuire was able to keep the Dutch off the board. Kane had limited offensive opportunities, and the halftime score was 0-0.