The Wolves' thirteen seniors are pictured prior to Friday night's game along with their coaches. Kane defeated the Coudersport Falcons 21-0 to close out their regular season. The Wolves will have a week off before they begin the District 9 AA playoffs on the weekend of November 9 and 10.
Kane senior volleyball statisticians, players, their parents and Kane coach Judy Kessler are pictured before Tuesday's match with Johnsonburg. Players Kaila Jamerson, Shannon Kocjancic, Audrey Perry, and Shannon Kocjancic, along with senior statisticians Jackie Bedford and Niki Sluga, were honored prior to Kane's three-set win. The Lady Wolves conclude the regular season on Thursday, then gear up for the District 9 playoffs, set to begin next week.
These six Kane girls' soccer players will be honored today in their last soccer game for the Lady Wolves. Pictured in the front is goalie Leslie Trask. Pictured in the back row are, from left to right, Angie Newton, Hayley Walters, Gina Picarelli, Nerissa Rich and Dawn Saquin.
The Kane Wolves offense had a big game on Friday against the Johnsonburg Rams. Wolves quarterback Sean Jordan, shown here prior to a Kane snap, had two touchdown passes to Sean Rolick, and ran for another score. Teammate Jonah Smith rushed for more than 200 yards and three touchdowns in the Wolves 41-0 win.
Kane's Jonah Smith fights for extra yards late in the game Friday against Elk County Catholic. The senior running back had a huge second half, rushing for nearly a hundred yards against one of the best defenses in the AML. Smith got a critical first down late in the game to seal the win for the Wolves on Homecoming.
Morgan Nicholson passes the ball during Tuesday's match with Brookville in the Wolves' Den. The Lady Wolves defeated the Raiders in three straight sets. Kane returns to action this Thursday, when they travel to St Marys to take on the Lady Dutch.Â
Tyler Rolick, 21, and John English, 24, tackle an Elker ball carrier during Monday's junior varsity football game in Kane. The Wolves defeated Ridgway 22-0, scoring all of their points in the first half.Â
On Sept. 22, the Kane band competed in the Sounds of Autumn band competition in St. Marys. Senior tenor saxophone soloist and co-drum major Kyle McAleeÂ was chosen as performer of the week and received the TOB Chapter XI Showmanship Award. He was chosen from approximately 300 students from nine bands, quite an accomplishment and honor.