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Hillsboro’s Bachman goes 0-2 in state debut

Jordan Bachman’s debut at the Class 1-2-3A wrestling tournament ended with losses in his first two matches. In Round 1, Kel Grafel of Decatur Community defeated the Trojan freshman by technical fall over Bachman. In the first consolation round, Bachman lost by major decision (15-7) to Charles King of St. Marys. “We are very proud of Jordan and glad he […]

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Bachman earns ticket to state tournament

Freshman Jordan Bach­man will be representing the Hillsboro wrestling team at the Class 3-2-1A state tourna­ment in Hays this weekend. Bachman, 29-8 for the season, qualified Saturday by placing third in the 126-pound weight class at the regional tournament in Eureka. The top four wrestlers in each weight class qualify for state. “Jordan has been a part of the Hillsboro […]

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HHS wrestlers seventh at CKL tourney

Hillsboro competed at the Central Kansas League wrestling tournament Thursday at Lindsborg with four wrestlers participating. Hoisington (13 wrestlers) won the team title with 157 points. The remaining seven schools finished in this order: Pratt (13) second with 151 points; Larned (13) third with 142; Smoky Valley (10) fourth with 97, Nicker­son (8) fifth with 65.5, Hess­ton (9) sixth with […]

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Bachman wins weight class

Hillsboro’s wrestling team placed sixth among six schools at the Lyons Round Robin on Saturday. Larned won the team title with 200 points, followed by Hutchinson (94.5), St. John’s Military Academy (89), Lyons (72.5), Wichita East (53) and Hillsboro (26). Two Trojans finished among the top three finishers in their respective weight classes. Freshman Jordan Bach­man (22-7) won the 126-pound […]

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HHS wrestlers compete at tough tourney

The Hillsboro wrestling team, with seven athletes competing, placed 14th among the 22 teams competing at the Eureka Invita­tional Tournament on Saturday. Burlington won the team title with 192 points, the Trojans scored 43 points. ◼ At 113 pounds, Charlie Major went 0-2 on the mat. Major lost by fall to Kolby Beitz of Eureka in the quarterfinals, then lost […]

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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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Marion, Hillsboro host 16-team duals tourney

The Marion wrestling team finished seventh among 16 teams with a 3-2 record at the Marion County Duals hosted jointly by Marion and Hillsboro Friday. The event featured four, four-team pools, with two pools competing at Marion and two at Hillsboro. Marion went 2-1 in pool play, first coming from behind to defeat Rock Creek, 48-33, then defeating West Elk, […]

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Hillsboro competes with a roster of 5 wrestlers

Competing with only five scoring wrestlers, the Hills­boro struggled to compete as a team at the Marion County Winter Duals on Friday hosted by Hillsboro and Marion. The Trojans placed 13th among the 16 schools participating. The tournament began with eight schools at Hills­boro and eight at Marion organized in two four-team pools at each site, with each school competing […]

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Five Trojans wrestle at Herington

Five Hillsboro wrestlers team competed Friday at Herington’s Railer Round Robin Tournament. Freshman Charlie Major (2-4) placed fourth at 113 pounds. He won by fall over Teresa Schafer of Goodland, lost to Nicolas Rubio of Hoisington by major decision (14-5), lost by fall to Sam Pyle of Ellis, and lost by fall to Andrew Irwin of Council Grove Freshman Jordan […]

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Injuries deplete wrestling roster

Injuries deplete wrestling roster

Mac Bartel, shown here about to take on an opponent from Wellington at last season’s Marion County Dual Tournament, is the lone senior who returns this season with significant experience on the mat. Bartel came close to qualifying for state last season, and is expected to compete at 120 pounds this season once he recovers from a leg injury. Hillsboro […]

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