September 27th, 2011
The Kane lady wolves used a strong defensive effort in the last five minutes of the game to preserve a hard fought 3-2 win over a game Smethport team.
Goalie Jesse Ogorek came up with some very big saves in the last couple minutes of the game as the Hubber offense started to press the Wolves' defense.Â
Frederick R. Anderson, 59, of 192 Saw Pit Hill Rd., Woodbury, Conn., passed away Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011 at Waterbury Hospital.
Born Oct. 26, 1951, in Kane, he was the son of Frederick V. and Lenore â€śConnieâ€ť Hadley Anderson.Â
On Feb. 5, 1977, in Jamestown, N.Y., he married Karen Fulton who survives.
Mr. Anderson was a manager of information systems for the Barden Corporation in Danbury, Conn. He was a member of the Philadelphia Church of God, the Kane V.F.W. and the IOV Lodge of the Vikings. He also enjoyed hunting and scuba diving.
The Kane Wolves varsity soccer team hosted the St. Marys Dutchmen on Tuesday afternoon at Kane High School.
The game was highlighted by great defense on both sides and limited scoring opportunities. The first half featured a St. Marys attack that put a lot of pressure on the Kane defense. Despite the surge from the Dutchmen, Kane was able to limit legitimate scoring opportunities.
When St. Marys did find an opening, sure-handed goal keeper Corey McGuire was able to keep the Dutch off the board. Kane had limited offensive opportunities, and the halftime score was 0-0.
James L. Threehouse of 901 Washington St., formerly of 318 Tompkins St., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011 at home surrounded by his loving and devoted family, following a courageous battle with cancer.
Mr. Threehouse was born on Dec. 12, 1944 in Olean, N.Y.,a son of John G. & Francis Parret Threehouse. On Oct. 4, 1969 in St. Stephanâ€™s Episcopal Church, he married Diane Pepin, who survives.
RIDGWAY â€“ Kane had several chances Tuesday to power past undefeated Ridgway before the Lady Elkers broke through for a 3-2 (25-21, 20-25, 22-25, 26-24, 15-13) win.
Tied at 2-2 going into the last set, Ridgway took a dominant start aided heavily by seven Kane errors to take an early 10-1 advantage in the fifth and deciding game.
Elizabeth "Betty" Johnson, 82, a resident of The Lutheran Home at Kane, formerly of Lamont, died Monday afternoon, Sept. 19, 2011 at the Kane Community Hospital.
Born Feb. 27, 1929 in Lamont, she was the daughter of Anton and Susie Kozik Weritz.Â On June 18, 1946 in Kane, she married Charles Everett Johnson, who died in 1991.
Mrs. Johnson was a homemaker and was a member of St. Callistus Catholic Church in Kane.
BRADFORD â€“ Any time a cross country team runs a race, it is unlikely that almost all runners will have their best race on the same day, however, this is just what the Wolves cross country teams did on Saturday at the Bradford Invitational.
The Kane girls golf team fell to 5-3 on the season as they were defeated by Bradford. Consistent rounds in the mid 50s weren't enough to beat the visiting Lady Owls. Bradford's Ashley Mackey too medalist honors with a round of 44. Kane was led by Kyla Hoag with a 53, followed closely by Ellie Tunall and Sarah Szymanski 54, Kelsey Carlson 55 and rounding out the final scoring spot was Megan Durante who shot a 56.
After a slow first half, the Kane Lady Wolves used a strong second half to defeat the St. Marys Lady Dutch 3-0 in a match played at St. Marys Area's soccer field.
Following the game, Kane coach Allie Saquin remarked that she was pleased with her team's second-half effort.
Margaret D. Anderson, 89, a resident of the Lutheran Home at Kane, died Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011, at Kane Community Hospital.
Born April 2, 1922, in Johnsonburg, she was a daughter of Thomas M. and Pearl Johnston Dougherty.Â On Aug. 18, 1956, in Kane, she married Richard â€śDickâ€ť Anderson who preceded her in death.
Mrs. Anderson served as a nurseâ€™s aide with the Waves in the U.S. Navy during World War II.