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September 16th, 2013
The Kane Wolves boysâ€™ soccer team led for most of the game but the visiting Ridgway Elkers tied the game up late in regulation and found the back of the net with two minutes left in the second overtime period to escape Kane with the 3-2 win.
The St. Marys Area Lady Dutch soccer team got back into the win column on Monday afternoon by shutting out the Kane Lady Wolves 3-0 in a match played at the SMAHS soccer field.
The Kane Lady Wolves fielded two separate squads in Saturdayâ€™s Kane junior varsity volleyball tournament. The 2013 roster has six sophomores and nine freshman on the team, with only four juniors and two seniors rounding out the squad. Coach Judy Kessler and coach Rae El Johnson each had teams competing on Saturday.
The Kane Wolves boys soccer team has had a rough start to the season. Coach Ernie Chamberlainâ€™s team opened up with four straight road games before opening their home slate on Saturday morning against the Coudersport Falcons.
The Kane Wolves scored early and often in Friday nightâ€™s 35-8 win over the Otto-Eldred Terrors at Paul R Miller Stadium. The Wolves, now 3-0 on the season, scored on their first four offensive possessions while the defense held Otto, who scored 54 points last week, to a lone touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
LUDLOW -- For years, Lori Moore of Ludlow has watched her daughter, Meghan and her son, Nathan compete in various sports for Kane High School.
The Kane Wolves defense has been outstanding so far in 2013. The Wolves defense has only allowed six points in two games. Both the Sheffield and Port Allegany offenses together could not break the century mark against the Kane â€śDâ€ť.
The Kane Lady Wolves volleyball team defeated the visiting Sheffield Lady Wolverines in three sets on Thursday night, 25-19, 25-23 and 25-17.
Coach Judy Kesslerâ€™s young squad, which boasts three freshmen in the starting lineup, evened their record at 2-2 with the win.
The Kane High girls soccer team certainly had its chances.
But a late rally fell short in a 3-2 loss Wednesday to Port Allegany at the Kane field.
In Part I of my story of the mysterious Army base near Seneca Lake, N.Y., I was trying to find out how I could gain access to this huge decommissioned former military base with its large herd of white deer. The base, which is still not open to the public, was used during World War II to house munitions. You know, like bullets and bombs. After the war it was rumored to house nuclear weapons, which the government never admitted. While building this base, a few whitetail deer were fenced in and hardly noticed.