Archive - Sports Article
April 10th, 2013
The Kane High School Trap team narrowly lost to Ridgway/Johnsonburg in their first home match of the year. The visitors defeated Kane by a score of 130-122.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ The Lady Wolves' bats exploded in two prolific innings as the offense put up runs in bunches for a 17-6 win Tuesday afternoon against the Ramettes.
These three Kane basketball players were recently named to the AML All-Star team for their performances the past season.
ALTOONA â€“ The Kane boysâ€™ track team placed in six of 18 events and had 10 District IX qualifying performances in this huge invitational that combines both AA and AAA classifications of schools from Western Pennsylvania.
Despite not having time on the track during preseason, both the boys and girls teams put together a nice performance on the track.
These five Kane wrestlers were named to the Allegheny Mountain Wrestling League All-Star Team for the 2012-2013 season.
I have people coming up to me constantly and saying, you must have a lot of patience to do nature photography. I always give them a little chuckle when Iâ€™m asked this. I want to tell them yes I do, but I also want to tell them the different circumstances I get myself into on the way to that good nature shot. I say, and firmly believe, that a good nature photographer definitely has to be at the right place at the right time.
The Kane High School team is in its inaugural season and has 24 team members on the squad.
Kane residents Chris and Randy Haight finished first among 82 teams at the District Eagles Pool Tournament held at the Brookville Eagles Club.
This week, Kane High School and Smethport Elementary and High Schools released brook trout fingerling that they have been raising as part of Pennsylvania Trout In the Classroom program. The McKean County Conservation District partnered with the schools to coordinate this event and helped release the fingerlings in Twomile Run at Wildcat Park. This is the end of a yearlong adventure for the students, who have been raising the trout from eggs as part of the TIC program. The students released the fish and also learned about aquatic invasive species, fly casting, and in-stream habitat.