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Travis King to represent Hillsboro in Hays

Travis King will be the lone wrestler representing Hillsboro when he returns to the Class 3-2-1A state wrest­ling tournament in Hays this weekend for the third consecutive year. The senior earned one more state berth by placing fourth in the 145-pound weight class with a 3-2 record at the regional tournament hosted by Jayhawk-Linn Friday and Saturday. King opened with […]

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Hillsboro girls endure 0-2 week

The Swather girls, ranked 10th in Class 3A, pulled away from the Trojans with a 57-22 victory Friday that ended with a running clock during the fourth quarter at Brown Gymnasium. Hillsboro played a competitive first quarter against the athletic visitors. When Mesa Merrell hit a three-pointer at the 4:19 mark the Trojans led 6-5. But Hesston finished the quarter […]

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Hillsboro sweeps Kingman, Lyons

Hillsboro sweeps Kingman, Lyons

Hillsboro broke open a close game with a 24-8 fourth quarter for a 52-34 home-court victory over Kingman Friday. The win elevated the Tro­jans to 13-4 for the season and 6-1 in league play; King­man slipped to 4-12 and 2-5. For three quarters, Hills­boro played a perimeter game against Kingman’s stingy 2-3 zone defense. It almost opened the door to […]

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3 Trojans place second at Lyons

Three of Hillsboro’s five competing wrestlers placed second in their respective weight classes at the six-school Lyons Round Robin Tourna­ment on Saturday. Travis King (3-1) was the runner-up at 145 pounds. King lost his first match by major decision (10-1) to Samuel Loerke of Wichita East, then won his next three matches by fall versus Wes Koch of Larned, Tavion […]

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City to review insurance denial for homeowner

Hillsboro City Admini­strator Larry Paine was directed by the city council to contact the city’s insurance company to find out why it rejected a damage claim submitted by a resident even though the company’s adjuster initially assured it should be covered. Homeowner Randy Hagen, 903 E. C Street, presented his situation at the Jan. 24 council meeting, asking for $3,800 […]

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HHS battles illness at Cardinal Classic

Illness turned out to be one tough opponent for the Hillsboro wrestling team last week, but a depleted squad competed at the Hoisington Cardinal Classic on Friday after a two-team dual at Council Grove on Thursday. “What started out as an exciting week of upcoming opportunities and challenges quickly turned into a week of frustration and disappointment,” coach Scott O’Hare […]

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Hillsboro defeats Haven, 53-48

Hillsboro defeats Haven, 53-48

Darien Ratzlaff manages to score despite being sandwiched by three Haven Wildcat defenders with 3:34 left in the final quarter. Ratzlaff scored 12 points and issued five assists in Hills­boro’s 53-48 road victory. It wasn’t the prettiest win of the year, but Hillsboro battled through shooting frustrations against a physical Haven team to capture a big 53-48 win in a […]

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Hillsboro, Marion split two games

Hillsboro, Marion split two games

In a battle between two Marion County teams, Hillsboro and Marion each came away with one victory and one defeat Tuesday in Marion. The Marion girls defeated Hillsboro, 44-25, while the Hillsboro boys defeated Marion, 61-37. Taelyn Pagel, Abby Sechrist Girls—Marion earned a 19-point victory Tuesday in both teams’ final outing before the holiday break. The Warriors made 41 percent […]

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Hillsboro council reviews utility cut-off policy

The Hillsboro City Coun­cil reviewed the city’s utility cut-off policy during its Nov. 8 special meeting. The issue was customers who are delinquent in their payments, but have health issues that require continuation of electric service. City Administrator Larry Paine said the issue surfaced during the previous building cycle. A customer facing utility cut-off pleaded for an additional day to […]

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Marion prevails over Hillsboro in Marion County battle, 42-14

Marion prevails over Hillsboro in Marion County battle, 42-14

Aaron Riggs In a district battle between two Marion County teams, Marion prevailed over Hillsboro by a score of 42-14 Friday. The score remained within one touchdown for three quarters of play, but Marion broke the game open in the fourth quarter. Marion put two touchdowns on the board in the first quarter. The Warriors struck first on a 1-yard […]

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