Sean Jordan lines up behind his offensive line during Friday's game with Curwensville. The senior quarterback got Kane on the scoreboard with a 34-yard scramble late in the first quarter. The Tide wound up winning the game, however, 36-20.Â
Sophomore Matt Cecchetti (55) and freshman Tanner Morehead (11) make the tackle for Kane in Monday's junior varsity football game against Otto-Eldred. The Wolves defeated the Terrors by a score of 34-0. The next junior varsity game will be Monday at 6 pm against Ridgway at Paul R Miller Stadium.Â
Taylor Morgan, Audrey Perry, and Kaila Jamerson wait at the net for a teammate to serve during Tuesday's match with the undefeated Lady Owls. The Lady Wolves lost in five games, 18-25, 25-22, 25-19. 11-25, and 12-15. The two teams may meet again in Saturday, Oct. 13 Kane Tournament.Â
The AML opens divisional play this week after three weeks of AML North vs AML South. The 2-1 Kane Wolves will host the 3-0 Brockway Rovers on Friday night in what appears to be a contest of two closely matched teams.
Griffin Greenawalt takes on a blocker during Monday's junior varsity football game against Cameron County. Teammates Matt Cecchetti, 55, and Tyler Blankenship, 22, look for a Raider to block. Kane led 7-0 at the half, but Cameron County rallied for the 24-7 win.
The Kane Middle School cheerleaders lead the standing room only crowd in a cheer during the eighth-grade girls basketball game in Kane on Wednesday. The Lady Wolves played their first home game of the season, and both the seventh- and eighth-grade squads came away with the wins.Â
Kane's Trinity Clark battles a Sheffield girl for the ball during Wednesday's seventh grade girls' Â basketball game. The Lady Wolves won a close one, 14-10, in the early game. Looking on is Clark's teammate, Amber Carlson, wearing No. 12 for Kane.Â