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Senior football players lauded

December 18, 2014

The Wolves' senior football players were recently honored by the Kane Rotary for their great season and invited to lunch. Each player was introduced and spoke of their plans after graduation and also shared their most memorable moment playing football for Kane.

Jamie Lingenfelter honored

December 18, 2014

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Amy Geer

Jamie Lingenfelter was recently named the District 9 Defensive Player of the Year by D9sports.com. The Wolves' senior captain led Kane, as well as the state of Pennsylvania, according to MaxPreps, in tackles for the 2014 season with 177 stops. Lingenfelter was also named the Big 30 Defensive Player of the Year and is a two time AML and Big 30 All-Star. In addition to his 177 tackles, nine of which were for a loss, the Wolves' linebacker had two quarterback sacks, two interceptions, four fumble recoveries and a blocked punt.

Big 30 All-Star team

November 17, 2014

Two members of the 2014 Kane Wolves football team have been selected to the Big 30 All-Star team (not to be confused with the Don Raabe Big 30 Classic). Linebackers Ryan Swanson and Jamie Lingenfelter are Kane's representatives on the squad.

Big 30 All-Star Football team

November 17, 2014

Two Wolves are among the 18 players selected for this year's Big 30 All-Star Football team, John English and Dillon Mattis. English is a senior running back for the Wolves, while Mattis was selected for his play as Kane's kicker and punter.

UAVSL all-stars

November 7, 2014

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Amy Geer

Kane girls' and boys' soccer teams each had one player selected for this year's Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League All-Star Team. Chris Cummings was chosen for the boys' team, while Tori Schleicher had the honors for the girls' team. From left to right are, Kane boys' Coach Ernie Chamberlain, Cummings, Schleicher and Kane girls' Coach Robert Mosier. Cummings and Schleicher are members of the UAVSL North All-Star squads.

Wolves part of AML All-Star team

November 4, 2014

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Amy Geer

The 2014 Kane Wolves football team is well-represented on the AML South All-Star team, with seven Wolves selected to the squad. From left to right are, front row, Tyler Rolick defensive back), Ryan Swanson (linebacker), Jake Shrubb (offensive line); back row, John English (running back), Andrew Peterson (defensive line), Jamie Lingenfelter (linebacker) and Shane Rolick (wide receiver). Kane will begin their postseason this Saturday night when they take on ECC in the first round of the District 9 A playoffs. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at St Marys' Dutch Country Stadium.

Detrick Farms donates milk to team

October 24, 2014

Jim Detrick is pictured with the 12 seniors on this year's Kane Wolves' football team before last Friday night's game. Detrick Farms has donated all of the white and chocolate milk to the team for every meal during summer two-a-days and also for each pre-game meal throughout the season for the past several years. The donation, which adds up to hundreds of gallons, is instrumental to the Wolves staying strong and healthy throughout a long season.

Detrick Farms donates milk to team

October 24, 2014

Jim Detrick is pictured with the 12 seniors on this year's Kane Wolves' football team before last Friday night's game. Detrick Farms has donated all of the white and chocolate milk to the team for every meal during summer two-a-days and also for each pre-game meal throughout the season for the past several years. The donation, which adds up to hundreds of gallons, is instrumental to the Wolves staying strong and healthy throughout a long season.

Leading tackler in Pennsylvania

October 14, 2014

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Amy Geer

Kane's Jamie Lingenfelter, pictured here making a tackle in the Wolves' game against Sheffield, is still the leading tackler in the state of Pennsylvania, according to MaxPreps statistics. The senior captain has 112 tackles in seven games, nine more than Nick Sully of Marian Catholic High School in Tamaqua. Lingenfelter and his teammates will try to regroup after last Friday's 7-6 loss to Curwensville and get a win against the Elk County Catholic Crusaders on Kane's Senior Recognition night.

Senior golfers

October 14, 2014

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Amy Geer

Sarah Szymanski was the lone senior on the 2014 Kane girls' golf team. Szymanski will be honored along with seniors from the boys' golf team, cross country teams, marching band, cheerleaders and football players prior to Friday night's game with Elk County Catholic. Senior Recognition ceremonies are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at Paul R Miller stadium.

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