Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 03 October 2007 10:17Peabody-Burns
The Warriors went to Remington looking to exact a pound of flesh forthe streak-ending loss the Broncos inflicted a season ago, but cameaway with 42-6 loss on Friday night.
PBHS was held without a score for 31⁄2 quarters, until Nathan Bishop scored on a 1-yard run.
Remington quarterback Cole Cherryholmes ran for 59 for a touchdown and threw to Andrew McNary for two more.
For PBHS, Bishop ran for 46 rushing yards, Trevor Hamm added 75 and Ben Eldridge 21.
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 03 October 2007 10:11Peabody-Burns
Aaron Topham led the Warrior boys to a first place finish in a field with Class 3A and4A competitors Thursday at Halstead.
Led by Topham’s third-place time of 18 minutes, 40 seconds, PBHS totaled 60 points to edge 3A Lyons (64) and 4A Circle (72).
Strong finishes by Duane Unruh (seventh, 19:03), Kendall Wiebe (eighth, 19:03) and Ryan Wiebe (10th, 19:18) helped Peabody-Burns’ cause.
“This is the first time the varsity boys have run at Halstead and they ran the course well,” coach Kim Topham said.
“Kendall Wiebe ran an exceptionally good race,” she added. “He had a PR and was really excited to have run so well.”
Josh Klarrman (36th, 20:34) was the fifth Warrior to cross the finish line.
“Josh did not...
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 03 October 2007 10:02Peabody-Burns
The Warriors visited Wichita Trinity Sept. 27, defeating Chase County (23-25, 25-14, 25-8) before losing to the hosts (23-25, 15-25).
PBHS took a 13-12 lead in Game 1 against Chase County and pushed that advantage to 18-14 behind strong serving from Julie Wedel. But Chase County rallied for 11 of the next 16 points to take the game.
“We came out on a nice run to start the second game,” coach Darren Schroeder said.
Peabody-Burns led 5-1 after Becky Morris finished serving and opened a 20-12 lead.
In Game 3, Morris had six kills and Wedel and Danielle Savage four. Jessica Gillet served seven aces.
Against Trinity, the Warriors took an 18-17 lead, but the hosts rallied to tie the score at 22 before grabbing three...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 26 September 2007 11:11Click to buy photos
from this story Mitchell Leppke churns through a pile of blockers and tacklers at Haven on Friday. Leppke teamed up with Sheldon Boone to power MHS to a 19-0 win. Leppke and Boone combined for 283 yards of offense on the ground. Photos by Andrew Ottoson
The Marion football team shut out Haven 19-0 Friday night for its third win of the season.
Key starters Brad Klenda and Austin Hager were not in uniform, but the Warriors (3-1) were able to take control of the scoreboard on first-half touchdown runs by Sheldon Boone and Mitchell Leppke.
“Mitch ran the ball well, and Sheldon came in and did some good things for us,” coach Grant Thierolf said. “Our offensive line accepted the...
Written by Don Ratzlaff Wednesday, 26 September 2007 11:05Click to buy photos
from this story HHS standout Jacob Yoder eludes a would-be tackler at Reimer Field on Friday night. Yoder picked up 135 rushing yards as Hillsboro rolled to a 47-0 win.
The Hillsboro Trojans got a helpful confidence boost Friday night,dominating Ellinwood from start to finish for an easy 47-0 homecomingvictory at Reimer Field.
“We were real worried all week long,”coach Len Coryea said about preparing for the Eagles (0-4). “They didthings against Halstead (the previous week) that scared me.”
Those fears were soon relieved, however.
Coming off a heartbreaking loss to Collegiate a week earlier, the Trojans (2-2) took the opening kickoff and scored in seven plays. Spencer Brown...
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