Category: High School

MHS tops Cards in OT
MHS tops Cards in OT

MHS tops Cards in OT

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Lindsay Hett dribbles past Hoisington?s Danielle Doze. In addition to her offensive contributions, Hett blocked 3 shots on the evening and helped Marion to a 54-52 win. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press

The Marion High School girls basketball team outscored Hoisington 7-5 in the extra session of Friday's 54-52 overtime win.

The girls got 17 points from Julia Zeiner and overcame a 29-20 halftime deficit to force overtime.

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Marion boys edge Hoisington, 61-58
Marion boys edge Hoisington, 61-58

Marion boys edge Hoisington, 61-58

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Calvin Jeffrey shoots over Jerad Powell and scores late in Marion?s 61-58 win over Hoisington. Jeffrey totaled 17 points. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press

The Marion High School boys topped Hoisington 61-58 in Marion Friday.

Calvin Jeffrey scored 17 points, none bigger than the pair of foul shots he buried with 27 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. The free throws extended a 59-58 lead enough to force the Cardinals to play away from the strength of their interior offense in the final moments.

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MHS garners six medals at Halstead
MHS garners six medals at Halstead

MHS garners six medals at Halstead

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Hector Cardenas looks for an advantage in his match against a 160-pound opponent at Halstead Invitational. Cardenas ran his season record to 10-8 on Saturday. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press.

With nine wrestlers selected from its varsity squad, the Marion
Warriors placed third among 21 teams competing at the 33rd annual
Halstead Wrestling Invitational.

Six of the nine Marion entrants
placed in the top five in their weight class, with Dillon Wildin coming
away with second place at 135 pounds. Lincoln senior Tommy Knapp won
the weight class.

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Area Prep Boys Basketball

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An 88-46 loss to Northern Heights capped off a busy week of basketball played by Cody Schafer?s squad.

The Cougars lost to Word of Life 65-59 after carrying a 47-41 lead
into the fourth quarter on Jan. 7. James Weber scored 20 points in the
game.

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Trojans top Hoisington by 14
Trojans top Hoisington by 14

Trojans top Hoisington by 14

Fueled by the hot-shooting of Clay Shewey and strong free-throw shooting across the board, Hillsboro opened its 2008 schedule with an impressive 60-46 win on the road over state-ranked Hoisington Friday.

Shewey, the Trojans? 6-foot-3 junior shooting guard, missed his first shot of the night, then made the next five to start the game. He added eight straight free throws for 18 points in an extraordinary first-half performance.

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MHS boys top Lyons 59-56 on last-second shot

Sometimes it takes a perfect shot to win, and the Marion boys won in the waning seconds of Saturday?s makeup contest against Lyons, 59-56.

On Friday night the Ellinwood Eagles came into Marion and made their last chance count, snatching a 59-58 win away from the Warriors in the final seconds.

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HHS flips Cards 40-31
HHS flips Cards 40-31

HHS flips Cards 40-31

Clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch preserved a tentative lead built on defense as the Hillsboro girls opened their post-holiday and league season with a 40-31 road win over an aggressive Hoisington squad Friday.

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Warrior girls win back-to-back
Warrior girls win back-to-back

Warrior girls win back-to-back

The Marion girls won their second straight game by a wide margin, drubbing the visiting Lyons Lions 51-23 Saturday after trouncing Ellinwood 58-36 the night before.

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HHS boys seeded fifth, girls seventh in Trojan Classic brackets

Hillsboro High will host the annual Trojan Classic starting Monday and lasting through Saturday of next week.

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Behind Jones? strong finish, Hillsboro places third at Herington

Facing perhaps its stiffest competition so far this season, the Hillsboro wrestling team placed third among 11 teams at the Herington Invitational on Saturday.

Class 4A powers Abilene and Chapman claimed first and second place, respectively, with 179 and 1461⁄2 team points. The Trojans accumulated 1151⁄2.

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