Category: High School

Bartel, Bachman win class at Halstead

Bartel, Bachman win class at Halstead

<p>Hillsboro senior Dylan Horton manuevers the leg of Remington’s Jeyton Saunders to gain leverage during their first-round match at the Halstead Invitational. Horton lost by technical fall in the first round. The Hillsboro wrestling team placed 10th among the 22 schools competing at the Halstead Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Minneapolis won the title with 200.5 points while Hills­boro tallied […]

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MHS girls win two more HOA games

MHS girls win two more HOA games

Gerald Wiens photo<p>Marion’s Corinna Crab elevates for a lyaup during the Warriors’ home game on Friday against Bennington. The Warriors were victorious, 36-25, and improved to 7-2 for the season and 3-0 in the HOA. The Marion girls’ basketball team earned two Heart of America wins last week to improve to 3-0 in league play, 7-2 overall. Bennington—Marion defeated the […]

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Warrior boys fall to Bennington, 54-47

The Marion boys’ basketball team split two Heart of America games last week, moving to 1-2 in league play, 3-6 overall. Bennington—Marion suffered a 54-47 defeat to the Bulldogs Friday. Marion trailed, 9-7 after one quarter, as Evann Heidebrecht drained a three-pointer, and Zachary Stuch­lik and Blaine Mermis each made two-point baskets. By halftime, however, Marion had taken a 22-21 […]

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Jilka, Coryea receive assistant coach awards for track and field

Jilka, Coryea receive assistant coach awards for track and field

Hillsboro High track and field coaches Mike Jilka (left) and Len Coryea received awards as assistant coaches of the year by the Kansas Cross Country Track and Field Coaches. Hillsboro coaches Mike Jilka and Len Coryea received coaching awards Jan. 6 as Assistant Track Coaches of the Year by the Kansas Cross Country Track and Field Coaches Association. Jilka received […]

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Hillsboro basketball teams sweep Larned- Girl’s Team

Hillsboro basketball teams sweep Larned- Girl’s Team

Senior Sienna Kaufman scores two points during the first half of Friday’s game at Larned. Hillsboro improved to 5-3 on the season with their 35-28 victory. More aggressive defensive play in the second half enabled the Hillsboro girls to knock of Larned, 35-28, in a competitive battle Jan. 5 on the Indians’ home court. The win gave the Trojans a […]

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Hillsboro basketball teams sweep Larned- Boys

Hillsboro basketball teams sweep Larned- Boys

Hillsboro sophomore Caleb Potucek drives the lane for two of his 11 points in the Trojans’ 71-47 win against the Indians It was a long trip to get there, but the Hillsboro boys made it worthwhile with a 71-49 win at Larned Jan. 5. The win gives the Trojans a 2-0 mark in the Central Kansas League and a 7-1 […]

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Palic leads MHS wrestlers with 2nd-place medal at Norton

Marion’s 12 wrestlers finished 12th of 19 teams participating in Norton’s J.R. Durham Invitational Friday and Saturday. The Warriors scored 51 points. Manhattan won with 170.5 followed by Garden City (158). “At Norton, like always, the competition was amazing,” coach Tyler McMich­ael said. “There were a lot of ranked wrestlers from all different classes. Going to Norton is a very […]

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Area Hoops Roundup (January 10, 2018)

Area Hoops Roundup (January 10, 2018)

Centre High's Xavier Espinoza pulls down a rebound during Friday night's game at Herington. Espinoza led scoring in the game with 19 points. Centre won the Wheat State League game, 53-35. GIRLS • Centre opened the new year with a 42-27 win Friday at Herington. The Cougars took an 11-10 lead after one quarter, then, with Kelsey Hett scoring seven […]

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Hillsboro wrestlers compete at Herington tournament

Competing with seven wrestlers, the Hills­boro Trojans placed 12 among the 15 teams participating in the Herington McMillin Invita­tional on Saturday. Chapman won the team title with 220 points. Hills­boro scored 44 points for the day. “It was nice to get all of them in the lineup for the first time this season,” coach Scott O’Hare said of wrestlers. “The […]

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Scheduling issues will give Trojan Classic a new look

Challenged by scheduling difficulties, the Hillsboro Trojan Classic will have a little different look this year. The format will include a partial bracket for both girls’ and boys’ teams, as well as a few schools that will fill voids in the bracket for on or two game only. Girls’ tournament In the first round of the girls’ tournament, No. 1 […]

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