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Hillsboro splits doubleheader with Remington

Hillsboro splits doubleheader with Remington

>Hillsboro catcher Jorge Hanschu maneuvers in the path of the Remington base runner, who scores on a late throw to the plate in the bottom of the third inning. Remington led 2-0 at that point, but the Trojans rallied for seven runs to claim the win. Hillsboro split a baseball doubleheader with Reming­ton Friday at Whitewater. The Trojans won the […]

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Trojans score first sweep vs. Lyons

Hillsboro’s baseball team enjoyed its most competitive week of the season. The Trojans lost a pair of 4-2 games at Kingman on Friday after a doubleheader sweep of Lyons on Tuesday. In the opener at King­man, Hillsboro ended a scoreless game by scoring a run in the top of the fifth inning behind the pitching of senior Braden Vogt. Bryant […]

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Trojan softball team suffers 0-4 week

Hillsboro put up little noticeable resistance during a doubleheader Friday at Kingman. The Eagles blanked the Trojans twice in run-rule games, 15-0 and 10-0. The Trojans sent only 11 batters to the plate in a three-inning Game 1. King­man blew the game open in the bottom of the first with a 10-run explosion against Trojan left-hander Taylor Helmer. After a […]

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Trojans compete well with Pratt, come up short

Trojans compete well with Pratt, come up short

Hillsboro ace Kaden Kleiner hustles to cover home plate after a pitch gets past the catcher, enabling Landen Studer to score Pratt’s third run of Game 1. The Hillsboro baseball team competed well against a talented Pratt squad Thurs­day, but at the end of the day the Trojans came up short in the win column, losing by scores of 6-4 […]

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Hillsboro wins season opener

Playing back-to-back doubleheaders, thanks to rain delays the week before, proved to be a tall order for the Trojan baseball team and first-year coach Luke Moore. Hillsboro opened its season at Larned on Thursday, with the Trojans claiming the season opener, 13-10, before dropping a 15-1 decision in Game 2. Facing Hoisington the next day, pitching proved to be a […]

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Alum returns as coach

Alum returns as coach

These seniors and returning letter-winners will form the nucleus for first-year baseball head coach Luke Moore. This is the second year Hillsboro and Peabody-Burns have joined forces on the diamond. Kneeling are (from left) Jorge Hanschu, Chance Elliot, Brooks Gardner, Ben Koop. Back row: Tyson Reimer, Kaden Kleiner, Braden Vogt, Austin Purk and Jacob Funk. Not pictured: Marcus Sanders, Zach […]

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Cross signs for Allen Co. baseball

Cross signs for Allen Co. baseball

AustinCrossSigning203 Cross signs for Allen Co. baseball Hillsboro High School senior Austin Cross signed a letter of intent Friday to play baseball next year for Allen County Community College in Iola. The 6-foot-6 righthander has been the ace pitcher on the Trojan baseball team the past three seasons. He was named to the Central Kan?sas League second team last spring […]

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Cross signs for baseball at Cowley

Cross signs for baseball at Cowley

AustinCrossSigning203 Hillsboro High School senior Austin Cross signed a letter of intent Friday to play baseball next year for Cow?ley County Community College in Arkansas City. The 6-foot-6 righthander has been the ace pitcher on the Trojan baseball team the past three seasons. He was named to the Central Kan?sas League second team last spring after posting a 3-4 record […]

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Late rally ends Trojan season

Late rally ends Trojan season

Jordan Faul fires a pitch during the early innings against Inman. The Trojans led 7-3 when he left the game in the sixth inning. If the outcome of a game was always predictable, sports wouldn?t be as exciting when things go unexpectedly well?or as devastating when things go unexpectedly wrong. Unfortunately, things went unexpectedly wrong for the Hillsboro baseball team […]

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Trojans come up just short of winning league title

Trojans come up just short of winning league title

Hillsboro first baseman Austin Cross catches a pick-off throw from pitcher Jordan Faul during the first game of last Tuesday?s doubleheader with Lyons. Base runner Ryan McClure got safely back to first base, and later stole second base. Hillsboro won,? 2-1. The Hillsboro baseball team came oh so close to pulling a Central Kansas League championship out of the fire […]

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