September 14th, 2014
The young Lady Wolves volleyball team started their home tournament off with a sweep of Johnsonburg in their opening match 25-17, 25-11.Â
The Kane School Board agreed Thursday to donate four used school district computers to the Kane Day School, a pre-school program.
Linda Hearst of the Kane Day School made the request, which was endorsed by school board members John Ball, Dick Coleman, Claire Ann Depto, Tom Kerek, Susan Grolemund and Linda A. Anderson.
Board members Keith Hastings and Krista Jamerson did not attend the meeting. There is one vacancy on the nine-member board. Anderson participated in the meeting via speaker phone.
The Kane Wolves football team led Sheffield 32-6 early in the third quarter but the Wolverines refused to go away and tacked on a couple of late touchdowns to make the final score of Friday nightâ€™s game 32-18 in favor of the Wolves.
The Kane Lady Wolves again faced adversity as they battled with the Sheffield Wolverines but came up short in a 3-0 sweep, dropping them to a 1-3 record.
SMETHPORT â€“ A Kane woman charged in a horrific 6-fatality traffic accident last year has accepted a plea agreement that suggests a minimum sentence of 11 1/2 years in prison.
Kathy Douglas, 37, entered the plea Thursday before Senior Judge William F. Morgan at the McKean County Courthouse.
The judge set sentencing for Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the courthouse. Morgan said he as the "sentencing judge" is not bound by the proposed terms in the agreement, which sets the maximum sentence of 22 1/2 years.Â
More candidates are sought to fill a vacancy on the Kane School Board.
The board voted 6-0 Thursday to formally accept the resignation of school board member Gary Ziegler.
Board President Claire Ann Depto joined with board members John Ball, Dick Coleman, Tom Kerek, Susan Grolemund and Linda A. Anderson in accepting the resignation.
The state may be finally ready to reimburse the Kane Area School District for local funds used to help finance a 2008 school construction project.
The school district dipped into its reserves to come up with $7,759,741 as a local share for the $22.3-million project. The project included the construction a new elementary school and the renovation of the Kane Middle School.
Coach Dave Fitchâ€™s Sheffield Wolverines will make the short trip down Route 6 to Kane to take on the 2-0 Wolves tonight at Paul R Miller stadium. The Wolverines come into the game 0-2, having lost 48-0 to a tough Ridgway team in week one of the season and losing 68-0 to the state ranked Clarion Bobcats last Friday night.
The Kane boysâ€™ soccer team hung with the West Forest Fires on Thursday afternoon for 50 minutes but the Tionesta-based teamâ€™s depth wore the undermanned Wolves down and the visitors went on to post a 5-1 victory.
After opening their season with a win over Smethport and dropping a hard-fought 8-5 loss to Ridgway, the Wolves allowed an early goal as the Fire burned the Kane defense in the opening seconds on their first possession of the game.
The Kane boysâ€™ cross country team competed and placed 11th out of the 16 A and AA teams at the Red, White and Blue Invitational at Pittsburghâ€™s Schenley Park.
With a field of over 750 runners, Hunter Yasurek led the way for the Wolves placing 234th overall and running a time of 19:35. Next to finish was Chris Udovich, who competed for the first time on Saturday. Udovich completed the course in 20:13. Finishing next for the wolves was Andy Swartwood, who closed out his day in 20:43.