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Kids tourney draws 210 wrestlers

Kids tourney draws 210 wrestlers

<p>Beckett Kleiber shows the wrestling form that earned him a 3-0 record and first place in the age 6 & Under, 53 to 56-pound weight class at Saturday’s 19th Annual Hillsboro Takedown Tournament. Cheering Beckett on is John Hein (left), a Hillsboro Wrestling Club coach, and Beckett’s father, Adam Kleiber. Phyllis Richert photo The 19th Annual Hills­boro Takedown Tourna­ment, sponsored […]

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King represents Hillsboro at state

King represents Hillsboro at state

Travis King attempts to escape the grip of Wabaunsee’s Kolby Droegemeier in the first round of the state tournament Friday at 145 pounds. King lost by fall, then lost a 7-0 decision to conclude his senior campaign with a 28-18 record. Janae Rempel / Free Press Hillsboro’s lone qualifier at the Class 3-2-1A state wrestling tournament in Hays did not […]

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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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Five Marion wrestlers qualify for state competition

Five of Marion’s nine wrestlers participating in the Class 3-2-1A regional tournament hosted by Jayhawk-Linn have qualified for state with top-four finishes. Two Warriors won their respective weight classes: Charlie Nordquist (25-8) at 182 pounds and Tyler Palic (32-6) at 195 pounds. Nordquist went 4-0, winning his first two matches by fall over Douglass’ Kyiowa Greenfield and Chase County’s Justin […]

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Five Marion wrestlers qualify for state

Five of Marion’s nine wrestlers participating in the Class 3-2-1A regional tournament hosted by Jayhawk-Linn have qualified for state with top-four finishes. Two Warriors won their respective weight classes: Charlie Nordquist (25-8) at 182 pounds and Tyler Palic (32-6) at 195 pounds. Nordquist went 4-0, winning his first two matches by fall over Douglass’ Kyiowa Greenfield and Chase County’s Justin […]

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Warrior wrestlers third at Chase County Invitational

Warrior wrestlers third at Chase County Invitational

Ethan Darnall records a takedown in his quarterfinal match with Chase County’s Seth Brittain. Darnall won by fall and was runner-up at 120 pounds with a 2-1 record. The Marion wrestling team competed at the Chase County Invite Saturday, where the Warriors turned in two first-place performances to help propel the team to a third-place finish among 15 teams. Jarrett […]

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Johnston second at CKL tournament

Led by a second-place weight class finish by freshman Raymond Johnston, the Hillsboro wrestling team placed seventh in the nine-team Central Kansas League tournament—even with only five Trojans competing. Johnston, 4-1 in the 113-pound class, won by fall over Tre Garcia of Nicker­son, Jason Hecht of Hesston, Camdon Nickelson of Pratt and Inigo Barrena Carpio of Hoisington before losing a […]

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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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HHS 14th at Eureka

The Hillsboro wrestling team competed at the highly competitive tournament at Eureka Saturday and finished in a 14th-place tie among 21 teams. “Eureka was another highly competitive tournament for us,” coach Scott O’Hare said. “Most every bracket had a lot of depth and many brackets had multiple state qualifiers, state placers and currently ranked wrestlers in 3-2-1A as well as […]

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Bartel finishes second at Halstead

The Hillsboro wrestling team placed 11th among the 15 schools competing at the Halstead Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Douglass won the team title with 208 points. Marion followed with 162, then Min­neapolis 146.5, Chase County 110, Rem­ing­ton 110, Circle 107, Nick­erson 99, Ellsworth 95, Lyons 80, Cheney 71, Hillsboro 62, Leon Bluestem 61, Hesston 55, Wichita Independent 32, Halstead […]

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