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The Winged Foot Foundation is a non-profit 501 C 3 charitable organization that has been created exclusively for charitable purposes. The goal of the Winged Foot  Foundation is to assist student athletes in the Chicago area by
offering athletic equipment and academic programs to help strengthen the educational & sports activities in their communities.  
Athlete of the Year
Naomi Bey-Osborne
2022 Kankakee HS
Kankakee’s Perfect Season
Jayon Morrow
2022 Kankakee HS


Upcoming Events
• 55rd Annual Thornton Turkey Trot 3 Mile Cross Country Race, Thanksgiving Morning
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New Location: Sweet Woods, 183rd and Cottage Grove, Glenwood.
Community Service Award
The WFF recognizes the good works of Clarity Clinic in Dubuque, Iowa.  Clarity Clinic is a Pregnancy Resource Center,  they provide limited medical services, options consultation, and parenting education to people facing pregnancy decisions. All of theirservices are 100% free of charge to theirclients.
Naomi Bey-Osborne made IHSA history by winning 4 events at the 2022 State Track & Field Meet, leading the Lady Kays to the State Title.
- 1st 4x100 meter relay 48.35
- 1st 4x400 meter relay 3:57.93 (School Record)
- 1st 200 meter 25.22
- 1st 400 meter 56.53
Jayon Morrow lead his Kankakee Kays to victory at the 2022 IHSA State Meet by finishing 2nd in 3 events and 1st in the 4x100 meter relay.
- 1st 4x100 meter relay 41.91 (School Record)
- 2nd 100 meter 10.76 (School Record)
- 2nd 200 meter 21.47 (School Record)
- 2nd 400 meter 47.48 (School Record)

From left, Kankakee High School Track & Field members Tyrice Bender, Jayon Morrow, Head Coach Marques Lowe, Nevaeh Lowe, Naomi Bey-Osborne pose with the Southland Athletic Conference, IHSA 2A Sectional and IHSA 2A State Finals Championship trophies and Plaques.

Kankakee High School has been in the WFF network of schools since 2011 and steadily improving their programs. Their positive culture, hard work and community support has lead to success. In 2022, Kankakee was the first in state history to win both the girls and boys state track & field team championships in the same season.