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Trojan?girls?2-1 in pre-season tourney

Hillsboro?s Taz Sanchez drives the lane for two of the eight points she scored in the 60-57 overtime loss to Lyons on the last night of the Moundridge Pre-season Tournament. The senior transfer scored 35 points in the three games, including 19 against Moundridge.

The Hillsboro girls lost an overtime heartbreaker to Lyons on Friday, 60-57, in what amounted to the championship game of the Mound??ridge Pre-season Tourna?ment last week. Hillsboro had entered Friday?s contest with a 2-0 record after surviving late-game rallies by Inman on Tuesday and Moundridge on Thursday. The ...


Werth?s basket lifts Trojans over Lyons

Hillsboro?s Elias Werth puts a move on Lyons? Tyler Edwards that frees the Trojan sophomore for an easy layup during the second half of Friday?s 42-40  win. Werth, who scored 20 points in the game, hit the winning shot in the final seconds.

Hillsboro boys bounced back from a frustrating collapse against the host team on Thursday night to beat league rival Lyons, 42-40, on a basket in the final seconds Friday night at the Mound?ridge Pre-Season Tourna?ment. ...


Trojans 13th at Hesston

Travis King of Hillsboro works to break the hold of Nickerson?s Derek Boeken during their second-round match at the Hesston Invita?tional on Saturday. King defeated Boeken, 5-1, and went on to claim third place in the 138-pound weight class with a 3-1 record.

Hillsboro?s wrestling team returned from the Hesston Invitational on Saturday with mixed reviews from coach Scott O?Hare following a 13th-place finish in the 16-school event. ?It was a disappointing day on the scoreboard, but overall, we have definitely improved since our opening duals,? O?Hare said. ?We saw some good things out of individuals throughout the day. ? Travis King ...


MHS drops close game to Trojans

Kourtney Hansen scores to cap a 7-0 Warrior run to start the fourth quarter Friday, giving Marion its largest lead of the night over Southeast of Saline, 40-31. Marion lost the game, 46-42.

Victory was within the Marion girls? basketball team?s grasp Friday in its first game of the season. The Warriors built a 40-31 lead with 4: 27 left in the game, but Southeast of Saline outscored Marion, 15-2 after that to claim the win, 46-42. Despite the loss, coach Kelly Robson saw his team make positive strides. ?We have come a ...


Three Trojans feted by CKL

Three members of Hills?boro?s 0-9 football team received all-league honorable mention from the coaches of the Central Kan?sas League for the East Divi?sion. Juniors Braden Vogt and Carson Herbel were selected as receivers while freshman Joe Knoll was recognized as a defensive back. Vogt ...


Trojans fall to Braves in finale

Don Ratzlaff / Free Press<p>Hillsboro?s Braden Vogt launches a halfback pass early in Thursday?s game against Council Grove. The throw fell incomplete, but Vogt went on to catch a pair of second-half touchdown passes?a 63-yarder from Jorge Hanschu and a seven-yard from Kaden Kleiner.

For three quarters of Hillsboro?s season finale football game at Council Grove Thursday, a young and gutsy Trojan squad had within its grasp that long-awaited first victory of the year. But fate intervened. A 21-point burst by the home team over a span of 2: 36 cemented Hillsboro?s winless season with a 40-24 loss. Climbing to within ...

Hinerman medals at Southeast of Saline

s Jonathan Hinerman, Hillsboro?s only runner competing in a varsity race, finished 15th in a field of 89 competitors Sept. 22 at the Southeast of Saline Invita?tional. ?Jonathan Hinerman continues to medal in the boys? varsity races,? coach Stuart Holmes noted. The junior completed the 5— K course in 19 minutes, 8 seconds. In the girls? junior varsity race, freshman ...


HHS tennis fourth at Trojan Invite

s On the strength of two fourth-place performances, the Hillsboro tennis team finished in a fourth-place tie at its Trojan Invitational Thurs?day afternoon at the Sports Complex. The Trojans compiled 29 team points to tie Hutch Trinity for a mid-pack finish in the eight-team field. Sterling won the title with 64 points, followed by Chap?man (56) and ...


Trojans succumb to Hoisington

Hillsboro?s fledgling football team stepped out of the frying pan that was state-ranked Halstead last week and into the fire Friday that was undefeated Hoising?ton. While Halstead prevailed 55-7, Hoisington (4-0) seared the Trojans (0-4) to the tune of 76-6. The back-to-back blow?outs started in eerily similar fashion. Halstead scored on ...

Trojans succumb to undefeated Halstead

It turned out to be a David vs. Goliath mismatch?but without the Divine intervention. The undefeated Halstead Dragons, ranked as high as No. 2 in Class 3— A, ran over and through a much younger and under?sized Hillsboro squad to the tune of 55-7 Friday night at Joel Wiens Stadium. The Dragons delivered a ...