Genoa-Kingston Cogs

Genoa-Kingston High School • 980 Park Ave., Genoa, IL 60135 • Phone: 815-784-5111
Colors: Orange/Blue • Conference: Big Northern • Stadium name: Genoa Field • Enrollment: 632
Directions: Take IL-23 N, turn left at E Main St., continue onto IL-72 W/Park Ave., turn left at school

Recent articles

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The Sycamore baseball team bounced back from a loss to Morris on Wednesday with a 7-3 win over the Redskins on Thursday afternoon in Sycamore.
By JAMES NOKES - sports@daily-chronicle.com
A metallic clash is all Brady Huffman hears at every workout.
By JAMES NOKES – sports@daily-chronicle.com
Sycamore coach Jason Cavanaugh hoped the Spartans wouldn’t be content. With a Northern Illinois Big 12 East season-opening series win already secured against DeKalb, Sycamore showed the “killer insitinct” Cavanaugh wanted.
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The DeKalb boys tennis team defeated Rockford Lutheran, 5-0, on Tuesday. Owen Smith won 6-4, 6-4 at No. 1 singles fo the Barbs, while Daniel Gluhovski got a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 2 singles.
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DeKalb sophomore pitcher Morgan Newport struck out seven hitters while giving up seven hits and walking two in the Barbs’ 9-0 win over Oswego East on Saturday.
By STEVE NITZ – snitz@shawmedia.com
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The Sycamore softball team won its Northern Illinois Big 12 East opener Thursday, 6-4 over Rochelle.
By TRAVIS ZUELLIG – sports@daily-chronicle.com
Last season, the DeKalb girls soccer team won its fourth consecutive BarbFest title. This season, two other local teams will be looking to knock the Barbs off their perch.
By DAILY CHRONICLE STAFF
The Genoa-Kingston softball team earned a 9-2 win Wednesday at Plano.
By JAMES NOKES - sports@daily-chronicle.com
Genoa-Kingston has been through hard times. The Cogs lost 26 games in 2013. But, if a revival is to happen this spring it will be due to performances like the one starting pitcher Andrew Caldwell (1-1) turned in on Saturday in a doubleheader sweep of Mendota.
By JEFF ARNOLD jarnold@shawmedia.com
G-K AD: School is content with Big Northern
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Katherine Kohler had two goals for the Sycamore girls soccer team in a 4-3 win over Rockton Hononegah. Mallory Wolf and Alexis Davita had the two other goals for the Spartans.
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The DeKalb baseball team improved to 5-1 with a 13-0, five-inning win over Rockford Jefferson on Thursday in Rockford.
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The DeKalb baseball team improved to 4-1 with a 12-0, six-inning win over Rockford Guilford on Tuesday.
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The Sycamore baseball team defeated Genoa-Kingston, 6-2, in a nonconference game Monday in Sycamore.
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Sycamore’s Lyndsey Coddington hit for the cycle in Game 1 of a doubleheader softball game against Streator on Saturday.
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The Genoa-Kingston girls soccer team defeated Rockford Christian Life, 3-1, Friday at home.
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The Genoa-Kingston girls soccer team beat Rockford Lutheran, 2-1, Thursday at home, giving the Crusaders their second Big Northern Conference loss in the past nine seasons.
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The Genoa-Kingston softball team defeated Woodstock North, 10-3, Wednesday afternoon in Woodstock, winning its second straight game to start the season.
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DeKalb girls soccer lost a tough match to Rockford Boylan, 2-1, at home, playing its first game in two weeks. The teams played to a scoreless tie in the first half.
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Kaneland boys track capped off its indoor season with two individual champions and a relay title Saturday at the Illinois Top Times meet in Bloomington.

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