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Prep roundup: Kaneland announces interim AD plan

Published: Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST

Kaneland School District 302 on Thursday announced that three retired educators will fill the role of interim athletics and activities director for the remainder of the 2013-14 school year.

Ralph Drendel, Rudy Keller and Ross Truemper will collaborate to fill the role left vacant by Leigh Jaffke's resignation last month. Jaffke became Kaneland’s athletic director in 2000.

Drendel, a longtime former Kaneland teacher, coach and assistant athletic director, was a recent inductee into the athletic wing of the school's hall of fame. Keller and Truemper also have extensive administrative experience, including a two-year stint as interim principals at West Aurora.

Kaneland assistant principal Mike Rice had been overseeing athletics on a short-term basis.

DeKalb boys bowling downs LaSalle-Peru

DeKalb won two games and earned a series victory over LaSalle-Peru, 3,778-3,666, on the road Wednesday.

Michael Belluzzi led DeKalb with a perfect 300 game, 258 game and a 727 series.

Sean Mattingly recorded 225 and 266 games and a 681 series while Seth Pinne rolled a 233 game.

Ranzy Collins (224 game) and Will Todtz (213 game) also contributed in the win.   

Sycamore boys bowling defeats LaSalle-Peru

Sycamore boys bowling remained undefeated in dual meets with a 3,749-3,338 victory over LaSalle-Peru on Thursday. 

Brendan Fank led the Spartans (2-0) with a 694 series over three games. Alex Buchard rolled a 661 while Kyle Bonnell had a 656. Lucas Wright bowled a 615 in the win.

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