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February 20th, 2014
ST. MARYS â For the Lady Wolves' inexperience in the playoffs, Kane sure knew how to finish Thursday's playoff game with Curwensville.
The Kane Area Middle School wrestlers traveled to Brockway on Saturday to take part in the District 9 Junior High Tournament. Nine Wolves wrestlers competed in the district tournament, with one Kane wrestler, Aiden Hulings, coming away with a championship.
I have written many times about my search for the elusive and rare visitor from the far north, the snowy owl. As far as birds of prey are concerned, the snowy owl is at the top of my âwant to seeâ list. In late December of 2012 and early January of 2013, reports of snowy owl sightings started to show up. Not in big numbers, but they were seen here and there. In my case it was mostly âthere.â I ventured to the shores of Lake Erie, on Presque Isle, with no luck. I probably had waited too long, and the owl or owls, was gone.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders captured the 2014 Allegheny Mountain League championship Saturday night by defeating the Kane Lady Wolves by a 51-37 score.
Elk, the North Division champ, reached the title game by defeating the South Division runnerup Brockway Friday night. Kane, the North Division second seed, defeated the South Division champion DuBois Central Friday night.
The Kane Area High School Competition Cheerleaders attended the Champion Cheer Central Red Hot Cheer and Dance Competition at Clarion University on Sunday and competed in two different divisions with two different routines for the first time this season.Â
The third time proved to be a charm for coach Dave Kiehlâs Kane girlsâ basketball team.
The Lady Wolves took on the DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals for the third time in two weeks and beat them for the first time this season, 31-28, on DCCâs home court Friday night. The game was an Allegheny Mountain League [AML] semifinal contest with the winner advancing to tonightâs AML final to be played at St Marys Area High School at 6 p.m. against Elk County Catholic.
Novice wrestlers from Kane's junior wrestling program recently completed their season. The young first- and second-year wrestlers had an outstanding season, winning many novice tournaments.
The Kane Wolves wrestling team celebrated Senior Recognition in grand style on Tuesday night, capturing their second Allegheny Mountain League [AML] title with a 53-24 win over Cameron County.
The Kane boysâ basketball team closed out the regular season on Monday night by hosting DuBois Central Catholic. The Cardinals, one of the top ranked teams in District 9, had narrowly defeated the Wolves on their home court, 49-43, back on Jan. 31.
Monday nightâs game was not as close, as the visitors outscored the Wolves 19-5 to end the first half and 15-3 to finish out the game on their way to posting the 53-32 win.
The Kane Lady Wolves basketball team sent Kelsey Johnson and Katelyn Moran, the teamâs two seniors, out on a high note with a come-from-behind 47-36 win over the Curwensville Golden Tide on Friday night. The Kane crowd honored the two seniors and their parents prior to tip-off in the final girls game of the season in the Wolvesâ Den.