Category: High School

Trojan boys soar past Eagles

Trojan boys soar past Eagles

Hillsboro’s Elias Werth shoots over the defense of Kingman’s Tanner Albright during the second half of the Trojans’ 50-38 victory over the Eagles. Werth finished with 17 points and teammate Darian Ratzlaff led the team with 20 points as HHS improves to 14-3. Hillsboro prevailed 50-38 in a physical battle Friday at Kingman. The 12-point win was closer than the […]

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HHS girls lose to ranked Kingman

HHS girls lose to ranked Kingman

Trojan senior Abby Sechrist is fouled by Kingman’s Brianne Bradshaw as she attempts a shot in the paint during Hillsboro’s battle with the No. 4 ranked team in Class 3A. Sechrist scored seven points, but the hometown Eagles claimed the victory, 55-30. The Hillsboro girls traveled to Kingman Friday for a confrontation with the high-flying Eagles, ranked No. 5 in […]

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Marion girls claim 2-0 week

Marion girls claim 2-0 week

Kourtney Hansen eyes the basket during the first half of Tuesday’s game with Sedgwick. Hansen led all scorers with 22 points in Marion’s 51-35 win. Hansen followed Tuesday’s performance with a double-double at Hutchinson Trinity Friday, where she scored 16 points and recorded 10 steals. The Marion girls’ basketball team secured a 2-0 week of Heart of America play by […]

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Warrior boys lose to Trinity, beat Sedgwick

Warrior boys lose to Trinity, beat Sedgwick

Evann Heidebrecht scores early in the first quarter of Tuesday’s game with Sedg­wick. Heidebrecht later scored the game-winning basket to give Marion a 69-68 victory over the Cardinals. The Marion boys suffered a 72-67 loss to Hutchinson Trinity Friday, splitting a pair of Heart of America games last week for a 2-5 record in league play. The Celtics were led […]

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MHS wrestlers 5th among 13 teams at Chase County

The Marion wrestling team placed fifth among 13 teams at the Chase County Invitational Saturday with 97 points. Mulvane won with 167.5, followed by Mission Valley (118), Oskaloosa (100) and Chase County (97.5). “We had several good matchups that will help us for next week,” coach Tyler McMichael said. “There were still some things from this weekend that we will […]

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HHS wrestlers seventh at CKL tourney

Hillsboro competed at the Central Kansas League wrestling tournament Thursday at Lindsborg with four wrestlers participating. Hoisington (13 wrestlers) won the team title with 157 points. The remaining seven schools finished in this order: Pratt (13) second with 151 points; Larned (13) third with 142; Smoky Valley (10) fourth with 97, Nicker­son (8) fifth with 65.5, Hess­ton (9) sixth with […]

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Area Hoops Roundup (February 14, 2018)

GIRLS Centre—The Cougars outscored Wakefield 4-0 in overtime to claim a 30-26 victory on Friday at Wakefield. Center got off to a slow start and found themselves trailing 14-5 at the end of the first quarter. The Cougars rallied for a 9-6 quarter to narrow the halftime deficit 20-14. With both teams scoring four points in the third quarter, the […]

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HHS swept by Pratt after sweeping Council Grove- Boy’s Results

HHS swept by Pratt after sweeping Council Grove- Boy’s Results

Darian Ratzlaff soars toward the basket between a cluster of Pratt defenders late in the second quarter of Friday’s game. Ratzlaff scored 27 points in the game, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Greenbacks. An off-shooting night cost Hillsboro a winnable league game Friday, as the Trojans lost to Pratt, 61-55, in overtime. The loss, combined with Tuesday’s win […]

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HHS swept by Pratt after sweeping Council Grove

HHS swept by Pratt after sweeping Council Grove

Hillsboro’s Abby Sechrist rises above the defense of Pratt’s Makenzie Baird during the first half of Friday’s game. Sechrist led HHS with 13 points, but the team struggled offensively in a 33-30 loss. Coming off an impressive upset Tuesday against Coun­cil Grove, the No. 4 team in 3A, the Hillsboro girls lost to a very beatable Pratt team on Friday, […]

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Turnovers trip up MHS girls against Sterling Black Bears

Turnovers trip up MHS girls against Sterling Black Bears

Corrina Crabb battles for possession while surrounded by three Black Bears during the first half with Sterling Friday. Crabb scored nine points in Marion’s 65-52 loss. Twenty-three first-half turnovers spelled trouble for the Marion girls Friday as visiting Sterling defeated the Warriors, 65-52. Three minutes into the game, Marion trailed only by three, 7-4, as Alli Molleker made the Warriors’ […]

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