Archive - Sports Article
October 9th, 2014
The Kane Lady Wolvesâ€™ volleyball team hosted the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders on Thursday evening in the Wolvesâ€™ Den. The Lady Crusaders won the contest in straight sets, 25-11, 25-21 and 25-13, to improve to 11-0 with the win. The young Lady Wolves dropped to 3-8 with the loss, but played well during the match.
The Kane boys and girls golf teams put the finishing touches on their season recently. The District 9 girlsâ€™ tournament was held Monday in Brookville, with sophomore Erin Paulson representing the Lady Wolves. Paulson shot a good round of 111 to finish in seventh place. Keystoneâ€™s Amber Hess shot a phenomenal round of 77 to finish as district champion with Brookvilleâ€™s Elaina Powell taking second place, carding a 91.
Senior Jake Fritz scored twice in less than a minute midway through the second half Tuesday to give St. Marys a 3-1 rain-drenched win at Kane in boys soccer.
Colin Rohrback also scored for St. Marys and Zachary Fox added two assists.
Senior Chris Cummings scored for Kane on an assist from Bryce Schreckengost.
The match was played in a steady, bone-chilling rain that intensified in the second half. But the heavier rain only seemed to pump up both teams.
By the time you read this fall will have begun. Today I noticed the leaves were starting to change, with many already on the ground. This colorful season is a bonus for any nature photographer with scenic being at the top of the list. I like to combine any wildlife I might encounter with a colorful background, which can be done rather easily at this time of the year. It all breaks down to being at the right place at the right time, and of course, having subjects to shoot! I always view fall as a slow time in nature photography, but I know I shouldnâ€™t do that.
The Kane Wolves took on Brockway, winners of three straight District 9 Class A crowns, and lost 6-2 to the Rovers on a cold, rainy Monday afternoon in Kane.
The Wolves, who lost to the Rovers 9-0 in Brockway early in the season, only trailed 2-1 late in the first half as they played the returning champs in a steady rain.
The Kane Horseshoe League ended their season with their annual horseshoe picnic on Saturday Sept. 13 at the Kane Fish and Game Club. The picnicâ€™s tournament champs were Jeff Kinney and Mike Williams. The overall champions of the year were Bob and Bryan Olsen. Pictured above is Chris Wilson, league president, and Bob Olsen. Wilson is holding a perpetual plaque, made by league-member Ryan Swanson. The plaque was made in memory of Wilsonâ€™s grandfather, and longtime league member, Ben Ishman.Â
The KHS boysâ€™ cross country team competed in last weekendâ€™s Ridgway Invitational shorthanded but the KMS boys finished third in the team competition as several Kane runners posted good times.
The Kane Tornado Pee Wees played two games against the Portville Panthers on Sept. 28 and won both contests.
In the first game of the day, the Kane Pee Wees won by a score of 20-12 behind three touchdowns by Dane Anderson. Anderson rushed for more than 100 yards against the Panthers in his big game. Brady Danielson provided the Tornadoâ€™s other points when he tackled the Portville quarterback in the end zone for a safety. The Kane coaches were pleased with the teamâ€™s play on both sides of the ball, especially Ethan Illerbrun, who had several nice runs and also recovered a fumble on defense.
The Kane Lady Wolves started out slowly in Saturday morningâ€™s loss to the Keystone Lady Panthers and it cost them in a 3-2 loss in Kaneâ€™s Senior Recognition game. The visiting Lady Panthers had several good scoring opportunities during the first half but some nice saves by Kane goalie Daria Huckabone and a couple of shots that ricocheted off of the crossbar had the home team down only 1-0 at the half.
The Kane boysâ€™ soccer team honored the teamsâ€™ six seniors prior to Saturday afternoonâ€™s game with Keystone. The Wolves sent the Senior Recognition crowd home happy with a 6-1 win over the Panthers.
Kaneâ€™s offense had a number of good opportunities to score early, but the shots were either stopped by the Keystone goalie or missed wide. Senior Chris Cummings got the home team on the scoreboard about 10 minutes in when the senior stepped in front of a goal kick, slipped, somehow regained his balance and drilled the ball by the goalie for the 1-0 lead.