Archive - 2011 - Sports Article
Under a steady rain the Ridgway Elkers came to town with two things in mind: spoil the senior recognition night for the Kane Wolves and improve their positioning for a potential playoff berth.Â
Prior to the start of the game, these four seniors, Gunnar Emberg, Will Hulings, Josh Kibbie and Mike Swartwood, were honored in an emotional senior recognitionÂ ceremony.
With emotions high the Wolves and the good crowd were ready to get things under way. With the field in very bad condition both teams would find the footing really tough.Â
The Kane Lady Wolves started out strongly against the Ridgway Elkers and battled through five games but fell short of the win. The Wolves are now 7-7 with two games remaining while Ridgway took its record to 14-1.
âWe played some serious ball tonight and did a whole lot of aggressive playing," Kane head girls varsity volleyball coach Judy Kessler. "Unfortunately, we had a few lapses and Ridgway has a strong middle who controlled the net a lot when she was in the front.
The Kane Wolves soccer team played their season finale at home on Thursday afternoon against the visiting Curwensville Golden Tide. Ten Kane seniors were recognized prior to the start of the game. These players include: Justin Anderson, Tyler Laurie, Ryan Peterson, Christiane LaBrie, Jesse Brinkley, Peter Sirianni, Sam Anderson, William Carley, Jack Wolfe, and Corey McGuire.
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The Kane Lady Wolves look towards qualifying for the district playoffs as they beat Sheffield in four games, taking their record to 7-6.
RIDGWAY â In the final dual meet of the season the Kane Wolves cross country team competed at Ridgway against the St. Maryâs Flying Dutch, the Brockway Rovers and the Ridgway Elkers.
The Kane Tornado 10-11-year-olds claimed the South Division Championship and advanced to the Olean Youth Football League Championship Game by defeating an undefeated Coudersport squad by a 12-0 count Saturday at Coudersport.
Rain, wind, cold and tough defense were the order of the day for almost the entire first half as neither team could reach the end zone.
The 13th Annual Steve Jerman Memorial 5K run and 2 mile walk was held Saturday October 15, 2011 at Kane. A total of 141 participants were on hand. With 52 registered
walkers and 89 runners making their way through the very tough weather conditions with constant winds and rain.
Finishing first overall were Taylor Beimel from Kane and Avery Colson and Christ Hunt also from Kane.
The boys soccer team came out inspired and ready to play against a good Coudersport team that beat them earlier in the year 5-0 but ended up with a 2-1 loss Monday against the Falcons.
Both teams found the footing very tough as several players were slipping and unable to get good control of the ball. The visiting Falcons would strike first with 21:10 left in the first half. They would take the one-goal lead into halftime.
In the opening match of the round robin, the Kane Lady Wolves swept Smethport 25-18 and 25-13.
âSmethport kept the ball moving a lot and they dug up a lot of what we hit," Kane head girls varsity volleyball coach Judy Kessler. "They are pretty steady, but we served aggressively and hit smartly so we got a lot of points that way.â
JOHNSONBURG â The visiting Kane Wolves (4-3) rode the momentum of four touchdowns Friday night from junior running back Jonah Smith to drop winless Johnsonburg (0-7), 42-7.
After a tight 7-7 game in the first quarter which saw Smith score his first touchdown of the night, Kane mounted a furious offensive attack to score four times in just under six minutes in the second quarter.