Category: High School

Marion girls go winless in three-game set

The Marion High School girls were swept by Garden Plain, Inman and St. John at the Inman tournament and stand at 1-3 for the season.

Garden Plain defeated the Warriors 72-43 Tuesday. Inman beat Marion 57-52 Thursday and St. John won 54-17 on Friday.

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MHS boys drop three at Inman tourney

The Marion boys were swept at the Inman early-season tournament and now stand at 1-3 doe the season.

A 73-56 loss to the St. John Tigers Friday came on the heels of a 59-50 loss to the host Teutons and capped a long week that began with a 99-77 loss to Garden Plain.

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Warriors sweep double-dual at Burlington

The Marion High School wrestlers defeated Chase County and Burlington in double dual action in Burlington. The Warriors topped the Bulldogs 38-37 and the Wildcats 45-27. Three Warriors won matches on the mat against Chase County: Tylor Neil defeated Ben Green 10-2 at 140, Charlie Holub defeated Garrett Benjamin 11-0 at 145, and Derek Riggs pinned Trenton Harshman at 215. […]

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HHS girls lose opener to Smoky Valley

The Hillsboro girls enjoyed a fruitful first half in their season opener against a quality Smoky Valley squad on Monday (Dec. 3). But in the end the Trojans got ?Pihl-ed? by the Vikings in Lindsborg, 47-40. Smoky Valley?s senior standout guard, Rhys Pihl, poured in 26 points, including 15 in the second half, to lead her team to victory in […]

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Trojan boys clip Vikings to open season

Hillsboro used a long-range missile attack to sink a Viking ship Monday night, coming from behind to clip Smoky Valley, 47-42, in the season opener for both teams. The Trojans struggled to find some flow on offense during a tentative first half, but depended on defense to keep within range of the Vikings, 20-15, at intermission. ?I think early we […]

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Hillsboro splits games with Smoky Valley in openers
Hillsboro splits games with Smoky Valley in openers

Hillsboro splits games with Smoky Valley in openers

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Hillsboro senior Amy Neufeld flips a no-look pass to an open teammate during Monday?s game against Smoky Valley. Neufeld scored nine points in the 47-40 loss.
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Hillsboro?s Daniel Jost puts up a shot inthe lane during Monday?s win over Smoky Valley.
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Hillsboro High opened the 2007-08 basketball season with a split of games Monday against Smoky Valley in Lindsborg.

The Trojan girls led for most of the first half, but Smoky Valley?s Rhys Pihl fueled a second-half charge to secure a 47-40 win for the Vikings.

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HHS takes 2 of 3 duals at Smokey
HHS takes 2 of 3 duals at Smokey

HHS takes 2 of 3 duals at Smokey

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Tyler Jones, Hillsboro junior, grapples for position against Marion senior Charlie Holub during their encounter at 145 pounds at Lindsborg on Thursday. Jones came away with a 4-0 victory. Courtesy Photo

Hillsboro High School wrestlers opened the new season Thursday at Lindsborg by winning two of three dual matches against some of the top squads in the Mid Central Activities Association.

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Marion boys  and girls claim victories over Chase Co.
Marion boys and girls claim victories over Chase Co.

Marion boys and girls claim victories over Chase Co.

Boys

The Marion High School boys clobbered Chase County 71-42 Friday.

Justin Heidebrecht started fast. Calvin Jeffrey missed the mark with his first shot, and Bulldog forward Tyler Duncan grabbed the rebound.

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Area girls’ teams find the going tough in season openers

Goessel?

The Bluebirds lost their season opener 47-26 Friday at Remington. A
12-4 Bronco run in the first quarter had Goessel playing from behind
all night.

Jennifer Raymond, Aspen Frey and Karina Harvey each
scored in the second quarter, and the Bluebirds matched the Remington
total in the frame making 18-10 the halftime score.

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Goessel, Canton-Galva win, Peabody-Burns, Centre lose

Goessel

The Bluebirds torched Remington 69-47 Friday with four Goessel starters finishing in double figures.

Austin Unruh scored 7 points in a 14-10 first quarter and finished with 15.

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