Category: High School

Trojans fall to Smoky Valley, 36-16

Trojans fall to Smoky Valley, 36-16

Hillsboro extra-point holder Elliot Ollenburger dives for the corner of the end zone after a high snap from center forced him to run for a 2-point conversion. Ollen­burger was successful, cutting Smoky Valley’s lead to 21-8 late in the second quarter. The Vikings went on to post a 36-16 victory Friday in Lindsborg. Dominant line play by Smoky Valley during […]

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Warriors roll past Remington for homecoming, 48-0

Warriors roll past Remington for homecoming, 48-0

A host of Warriors, including Cade Harms (63), Nathan Baldwin (59), Peyton Heidebrecht (2) and Tyler Palic (58), tackle the Remington ballcarrier during the game’s opening drive Friday. Marion defeated Remington, 48-0, on homecoming night. Marion scored early and often in a 48-0 homecoming victory over Remington Friday. The Warriors dominated the line of scrimmage and gained a majority of […]

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Williams, Hague third at MHS Invite

Williams, Hague third at MHS Invite

Marion’s Tyler Arocha, Goessel’s Brody Schroeder and Canton-Galva’s Chase Klinkerman race during the boys’ 5-kilometer race at Marion Tuesday. Arocha finished 52nd in the varsity race (24:36.74), while in the junior varsity race, Schroeder was seventh (23:17.02) and Klinkerman ninth (23:41.31). The Marion cross-country team hosted an invitational meet Tuesday with 18 schools participating. “Today turned out to be a […]

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Hinerman seventh at SES Invite

Senior Jonathan Hiner­man placed seventh out of 93 finishers to pace the Hills­boro cross-country team at the Southeast of Saline Invitational Thursday. Because of the heat and humidity, the distance for all races was shortened from the traditional 5 kilometers (3.2 miles) to 3,200 meters, the metric two mile. Hinerman, the only Trojan in the varsity race, finished the course […]

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MHS volleyball has 2-3 week

After sweeping two league schools two days prior, the ninth-ranked Marion volleyball team suffered three losses at Sacred Heart Thursday. The Warriors came out strong against the host school, winning Set 1, 25-19. But Sacred Heart won Set 2, 25-23, and polished the victory by winning Set 3, 25-14. Marion then lost to Southeast of Saline, 2-1. The Trojans won […]

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Trojan volleyball swept out west

The Hillsboro volleyball team traveled the long road to Hoisington Sept. 20 with a realistic possibility of winning their first two league games. Instead, reality bit the Trojans twice in a 25-23, 25-20 loss to a Cardinal team that entered the night with a 4-13 record, and a 25-10, 25-22 loss to a Lyons team that came in at 9-6. […]

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Area High School Sports Roundup (Sept 28, 2016)

Area High School Sports Roundup (Sept 28, 2016)

Centre’s CJ Thompson shows the form that led to a 12th-place finish among a field of 58 runners Tuesday at Marion with a time of 20:32.52. CROSS COUNTRY Canton-Galva—The Eagles competed at the Marion Invitational Tuesday. Cash Toews led the boys with a 19th-place finish among a field of 58 runners with a time of 21:32.37. Dawson Minson was 30th […]

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Roth paces HHS tennis at home invite

Roth paces HHS tennis at home invite

Caroline Roth placed third in No. 1 singles at the Hillsboro Invite Thursday. Led by Caroline Roth’s third-place finish in No. 1 singles, the Hillsboro tennis team placed fifth among the eight schools competing at the Hillsboro Invitational Thurs­day at the Sports Complex. Chapman won the team title with 57 points, followed by Circle (53), Sterling (51), Wichita Collegiate (32), […]

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MHS savors big win at Sedgwick

MHS savors big win at Sedgwick

Jack Schneider carries the ball during Marion’s first possession at Sedgwick Friday. The Warriors earned their first victory over Sedgwick since joining the Heart of America league by a 44-21 margin. In a game that began with a lackluster first-half performance by Marion, the Warrior football team ended it in dominating fashion to enjoy a 44-21 victory over Sedgwick Friday. […]

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HHS succumbs to ranked Cardinals

HHS succumbs to ranked Cardinals

Braden Vogt wraps up Hoisington’s Hunter Hanzlick during the first quarter of play Friday. Hillsboro lost to the state-ranked Cardinals, 41-0. To appreciate the growth of Hillsboro’s football team from one year ago is to do so by incremental improvements against one of the best teams in Class 3A. The Trojans lost 41-0 Friday to Hoi­sington, the No. 3 ranked […]

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