Category: High School

Trojans finish mid-pack at first invitational

Trojans finish mid-pack at first invitational

Sophomore Addie Berens competes in the 100-meter hurdles at the Conrad Nightingale invitational track meet in Halstead on Friday. She placed eighth overall. The Hillsboro track and field team competed Friday at the Conrad Nightingale Track and Field Invitational in Halstead, its first invitational meet of the season. The Trojan boys’ team placed ninth among 14 schools competing while the […]

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Marion softball 9-1 in HOA

The Marion softball team scored 42 runs and went 3-1 last week to move to 9-1 in Heart of America play and 9-3 overall. Sterling—Marion split two games with the Black Bears Friday, winning the nightcap 4-3 after losing Game 1, 9-2. The first game was the Warriors’ first league loss of the season. The Black Bears scored four runs […]

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Warriors outscore four foes, 55-10

The Marion baseball team outscored its opponents 55-10 in doubleheader sweeps of Inman and Ell-Saline last week, improving to 7-1 in Heart of America play and 12-2 overall. Inman—In a non-league matchup, Marion faced the Teutons Friday for the second time this season and achieved the same result, as the Warriors again earned a pair of run-rule wins. Marion won […]

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HHS tennis battles in two tourneys

HHS tennis battles in two tourneys

Hillsboro senior Dylan Wiens returns volley during a doubles match at the Trojan Invitational April 17. The Hillsboro boys’ tennis team competed in two varsity meets last week. The team hosted its second home tournament last Tuesday and finished in a three-way tie for third place among six schools. Wichita Trinity Academy won the team title with 50 points, followed […]

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HHS golf teams win JV tourney, place fifth at Sterling

The Hillsboro golf team placed first at a junior varsity tournament hosted by Hesston Thursday. The Trojans turned in a team score of 361, which put them ahead of Hoisington at 365, Hesston 400, Great Bend 428, Sterling 454 and Marion 459. “Due to scheduling, and with the CKL tournament being at Hesston in May, I made the decision to […]

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Lightning ends hope for wins vs. Pratt

The Hillsboro softball team was in position to win on the road at Pratt, but Mother Nature intervened when lightning warnings ended Game 1 in the top of the sixth inning with the Trojans trailing 11-10. “We had 12 hits and I know we had a good chance to win,” coach Stephanie Sinclair said about the outcome. Whether Game 2 […]

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HHS baseball loses lone game to Pratt

The Hillsboro baseball team jumped in front early in its game at Pratt on Friday, but the good start slipped away as quickly as it arrived in a 11-5 loss to the Green­backs. Hillsboro didn’t get a chance to avenge the loss, however, as Game 1 was called after five innings because of lightning; the second game of the scheduled […]

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Palic wins gold at Halstead invitational

Palic wins gold at Halstead invitational

Marion’s Colin Williams (2) runs to a seventh-place finish with a time of 4:58.06 in the 1600-meter run at the Conrad Nightingale track meet in Halstead on Friday. The Marion track and field team brought home one gold medal from Halstead’s Conrad Nightingale meet Friday. “We did some good things at this meet,” coach Grant Thierolf said. “We kept a […]

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Warrior golf team competes

Warrior Golf, combining Marion and Peabody-Burns golfers, competed at Central Christian’s meet at Carey Park Monday, where teams played 15 holes as three were under construction. Devin Soyez led the Warriors by carding a 91 to place 29th. Max Caldwell also shot a 91, placing 30th. Rowen Fey shot a 100 (40th) and Christian Becker 123 (49th). As a team, […]

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HHS, MHS compete at Marion CKTL

HHS, MHS compete at Marion CKTL

Kaden Ward prepares to plant his pole on the way to clearing 12 feet to win the pole vault at Marion. Four Hillsboro Trojans competed Friday at the Shocker Pre-state at Wichita State University. Sienna Kaufman won the pole vault by clearing 9 feet, 6.25 inches in the Class 1A-3A division. Kaufman also placed sixth in long jump with a […]

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