Archive - Nov 2013 - Sports Article
Kane's Sydney Dyne goes up for a shot during Saturday's scrimmage against St. Marys. Practice for winter sports seasons began last Monday for KHS basketball and wrestling teams. Dyne and the Lady Wolves will open their season on Monday, Dec. 9 on the road against Elk County Catholic.
MT. JEWETT âÂ Activity at the bear check station at the Mt. Jewett Fire Hall in McKean County was slow on Saturday afternoon, with only a dozen bears being brought to the site through 3 p.m. to kick off the opening day of the statewide firearms bear season. In addition to Saturday, the four-day season continues today through Wednesday.
Ten of the Wolves Football members were named to the AML All-Star South Team, the most by any team this year.
Kane's Evan DeLong is shown here making one of his 18 sacks of the season. The Wolves' senior led District IX in the category by a wide margin. Also in the top ten on the list is teammate Nathan Klaiber, who finished the season with eight.
Kane's Jamie Lingenfelter, shown here making a tackle in the Wolves' final game of the season, finished his season as District 9's third leading tackler, according to D9sports.com. Lingenfelter, a junior for the Wolves, finished the season with 126 stops in 11 games.
CLARION â The 2013 Kane Wolvesâ season came to an abrupt halt on Friday night at Clarion University. For the second straight season, the Karns City Gremlins defeated the Wolves in the District 9 AA Championship game, this time by a 49-21 score.
The Wolves had not lost a game since last Nov. 16 when the Gremlins scored in the final seconds of last yearâs title contest to take the crown. Kane had reeled off 11 straight wins to begin the season, becoming only the third undefeated team in Wolvesâ history.
The 2012 Kane Wolves football season came to a heartbreaking end with last yearâs 33-27 loss to Karns City in the District 9 AA Championship game. Gremlinsâ quarterback Tyler Kepple completed a 9-yard pass to Dakota Mohney for the go ahead touchdown with 12 seconds left on the clock. The Wolves had rallied after a first half injury to running back Jonah Smith to take the lead with 3:29 left in the game, but coach Ed Contoâs team drove 65 yards on 15 plays to put an end to Kaneâs season.
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The Kane Wolves improved to 11-0 but more importantly earned a spot in next weekendâs District 9 AA finals with a hard fought 26-12 win over Brookville on Friday. Playing on a sloppy field at Kaneâs Paul R Miller Stadium, the Wolves put together a workman like effort to defeat the Raiders, who entered the game with a 6-4 record.
The Wolvesâ defense started out hot, forcing the Raiders to punt after three plays, including a tackle for a loss on second down by Evan DeLong on District 9âs second leading rusher Zach Vroman.
The 10-0 Kane Wolves host the 6-4 Brookville Raiders on Friday night in a District 9 AA semifinal game. The records mean little, however, as the two teams have no common opponents in 2013. The winner of the game advances to next weekâs district finals, while the loserâs season comes to a close.