The 2018 Hanover Wildcats posed together after advancing to their seventh straight sub-state game. The Wildcats will have to beat league foe, Axtell, this upcoming Friday to have a shot at their third straight state title.

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Taegan Schwartz runs through St. Paul defender.

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Above: Colin Jueneman eyes the goal line as he outraces a St. Paul player. Left: Gavin Pralle fights through a couple of St. Paul blockers.

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Pete Peters attempts to spin out of the grasp of a St. Paul defender.

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Carter Bruna outruns the St. Paul defense and heads into the open field.

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Hanover seniors, Justin Naegele, 12, and Carter Bruna, 2, pull down a St. Paull ball carrier.

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Daiken Stallbaumer tries to avoid two St. Paul defenders.

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The 2018 Hanover Wildcats posed together after advancing to their seventh straight sub-state game. The Wildcats will have to beat league foe, Axtell, this upcoming Friday to have a shot at their third straight state title.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition... + continue reading

The Hereford’s neighbors Parsley (Faith Beikman) and Rosemary Bickle (Carly Kolle), ABOVE, were a little suspicious of what was going on during Friday night’s school play.

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Elizabeth Bott excitedly skips after some boys, ABOVE, as David Woerman points her in the right direction and Michelle Richardson just sits and smiles.

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No need for words, Cyrus “Silent Cy” Hereford, LEFT, can tell you everything you need to know with just his body language. He was one of 27 students who took the stage last week for the school’s annual play.

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When new boys come to the Hollar, BOTTOM LEFT, the daughters from the Guernsey and Hereford families get into a brawl for their attention.

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After a chase around the house, BELOW, Liza Hefeford (Jalee Wohler) is thrilled to have caught David (Wyatt Wurtz).

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Linn thespians put on annual fall play. The two-act play included 27 students   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/Washington%20County%20NewsID441/ + continue reading
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The Clifton-Clyde offensive line leaps off the line to block as Christian Seifert, 23, and Drake Steinbrock, 11, run an option to the right side   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/Washington%20County%20NewsID441/ + continue reading
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER   When a 19-year-old Mel Pralle was drafted into the Army in 1969, he admits that he was scared. “When we were leaving town on the bus and going down the highway over the bridge, I remember wondering if I’d ever see the bridge again,” the rural... + continue reading
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER   Harvest is winding down across the county, and grain elevator officials in the county said there is about 7-to-10 days left of harvest for most people when the weather dries out. The frequent precipitation this fall has paused harvest several times and prevented... + continue reading

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The 2018 Hanover Wildcats posed together after advancing to their seventh straight sub-state game. The Wildcats will have to beat league foe, Axtell, this upcoming Friday to have a shot at their third straight state title.

,

Taegan Schwartz runs through St. Paul defender.

,

Above: Colin Jueneman eyes the goal line as he outraces a St. Paul player. Left: Gavin Pralle fights through a couple of St. Paul blockers.

, ,

Pete Peters attempts to spin out of the grasp of a St. Paul defender.

,

Carter Bruna outruns the St. Paul defense and heads into the open field.

,

Hanover seniors, Justin Naegele, 12, and Carter Bruna, 2, pull down a St. Paull ball carrier.

,

Daiken Stallbaumer tries to avoid two St. Paul defenders.

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The 2018 Hanover Wildcats posed together after advancing to their seventh straight sub-state game. The Wildcats will have to beat league foe, Axtell, this upcoming Friday to have a shot at their... + continue reading

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