Posts with the tag: "HHS"

Trojans 11-9 with Viking sweep

After a long-distance loss at Pratt on Monday, the Hillsboro Trojans baseball team rebounded the next day with a sweep of Smoky Valley to complete the regular season in Lindsborg. In Luke Moore’s second year as the Hillsboro head coach, he and the Trojans turned a 5-15 record in 2017 into an 11-9 record in 2018. SMOKY VALLEY— ...


HHS .500 after Smoky sweep

Hillsboro’s softball team finished with a . 500 regular-season record following a sweep of the Smoky Valley Vikings Tuesday in Linds­borg. The wins gave the Trojans five wins in the final six games for a 10-10 record. Smoky Valley jumped to a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning. Pitcher Taylor Helmer ...


HHS heading to state

Hillsboro senior Colin Settle tees off for Hole No. 5 during the Class 2A regional tournament Monday at the Hillsboro Municipal Course.

For a third consecutive year, the Hillsboro golf team has qualified for state by finishing second at the Class 2— A regional tournament on its home course May 14. The top three schools at the regional qualify for state. Salina Sacred Heart ran away from the pack with a team score of 272. Hillsboro was second ...


HHS to present musical ‘Oklahoma!’ Nov. 9-11

Hillsboro High School will present the musical “Oklahoma” at 7: 30 p. m. Nov. 9, 10 and 11 in the high school auditorium. Reserved seats can be purchased by emailing musicalticketsales@usd410. net or seats can be purchased at the door. Cast members include ...


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 ...


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 raucous environment on the road. The two teams entered the game tied with Hesston for first place in the Central Kansas League at 3-0. Late ...


HHS girls fall to Haven, Hoisington

Abby Sechrist is fouled by Haven’s Delaney Sipe of Haven as the Trojan junior drives the lane during the first quarter of Friday’s game. The Wildcats posted a 37-22 win behind 23 points by Emmiley Hendrixson, including seven three-point baskets.

Hillsboro found itself in a deep crater following an explosive barrage of five three-point baskets in the opening quarter by Haven’s Emmiley Hendrixson. The Trojans never recovered, falling to the home team, 37-22, for their fourth consecutive loss. By the time the first quarter ended, Hills­boro was facing an 18-4 deficit, thanks to the impressive outburst by Hendrixson. The Trojans, ...


HHS girls defeat Remington, 53-48

Hillsboro?s Abby Sechrist shows the shooting form that led to an 11 points Thursday against Reming?ton. The 5-foot-10 sophomore scored seven of her points in the final 4:38 minutes to give Hillsboro a winning boost down the stretch.

Sophomore Abby Sechrist scored seven of her 11 points in the final 4: 38 to spark the Hillsboro girls to a 53-48 victory over Remington in their home-court debut Thursday. The win boosted the Trojans to 4-1 at the break while Remington fell to 3-2. After ...


HHS wrestlers 11th in Winter Duals

Hillsboro?s Mack Bartel maneuvers his Wellington opponent for a takedown during their match at 120 pounds. Despite a good showing, Bartel ended up losing this match by fall, and went 1-4 for the day at the Marion County Duals hosted Friday by Hillsboro and Marion.

Hillsboro?s wrestling team placed 11th among the 16 schools competing at the Marion County Winter Duals tournament Thursday. Co-hosted by Hillsboro and Marion, the 16 schools were first divided into four pools of four teams?two of the pools competed at Hills?boro and two at Marion. The ...


Fourteen pledges inducted into Hillsboro High School chapter of National Honor Society

(from left) Kyle Unruh, Reece Berens, Paige Proffitt, Tyson Reimer, Savannah Unruh, Preston Loewen, Allison Gray, Callie Linnens, Lydia Kliewer, Mary Leihy, Kennedy Klein, Ben Koop, Jared Dyck, Vance Klassen, Hannah Funk, Jonathan Hinerman, Rebecca Kauf?man and Mathew Denholm.

The Hillsboro High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 14 pledges into full membership during a Nov. 30 ceremony at Hillsboro Men?nonite Brethren Church. NHS membership is based on effective demonstration of four qualities: character, service, leadership and scholarship. Pictured are the pledges (wearing robes) and four active members who participated in the ceremony. ...