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State Basketball

State Basketball
State Basketball
State Basketball
State Basketball
State Basketball
State Basketball
State Basketball

Hanover had vocal crowd support from fellow high school classmates, above, as well as the full cheer squad, below, during their first round game at the state tournament in Dodge City on Thursday.

Freshman Ceegan Atkins gets her hands up on defense to help stop the ball from coming into the paint.

Taeghan Zabokrtsky sank two free throws at the end of the game to seal the win for the Wildcats. This would be the final game for Taeghan and five other seniors.

Senior MaKenna Jueneman drives to the left after a pick by Allison Jueneman, a sophomore.

Senior Emma Bruna defends on a full court press for Hanover, an effective weapon all season for the Wildcats.

MaKenna Jueneman pushes the ball down the court with fellow seniors Emily Hendrickson, right, and Emma Bruna close by.

 

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Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

The first round game between Hanover and Otis-Bison was close throughout. Hanover trailed for much of the game, but came with a strong second half, inching away in the fourth quarter for a 41.36 win. Coach Chris Beikmann rallied the girls in a time out to help pull away from the Cougars.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Hanover seniors Taeghan Zabokrtsky, Emma Bruna and Cadlee Stallbaumer gathered after the game to celebrate a come-frombehind win.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Emily Hendrickson completes an open layup. Her aggressive press defense helped stop Otis-Bison.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Hugs all around after the Hanover girls tallied a 41.36 win in their shortened state tournament run on Thursday.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Cadlee Stallbaumer, left, and Tianna Lohse team up to harass the Otis-Bison ball handler. Stallbaumer and Lohse are both seniors and led the team in scoring.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Sophomore Avery Behrends stays close to prevent the Cougar player from advancing the ball down the court.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Tianna Lohse drives quickly down the court, scanning the floor for an assist opportunity or an open lane.

Coronavirus ends Hanover’s season after state win

Cadlee Stallbaumer slashes to the paint from the wing. She had 10 points for the Wildcats at state. Photos by Marie Bruna

KSHSAA cancelled all state tourneys after first round

The Hanover girls went undefeated at the Class IA State Basketball Tournament. Unfortunately, that undefeated streak was just one game — the Wildcats were halfway through their first-round game against Otis-Bison on Thursday in Dodge City when they found out it would be their last. All of the state high school basketball tournaments across Kansas were cancelled after Thursday’s first round games. Hanover came into the night as the #4 seed and were facing off against #5 seed Otis-Bison (23-2) in the last game of the night.

 

 

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Clifton-Clyde falls at end of sub-state game

The Clifton-Clyde boys hung with eventual substate champion Little River during their semifinal game on Thursday in Riley. Little River took the early lead, but Clifton-Clyde came back to tied the game 24-24 at half.

The score stayed event after the third and then it was back and forth in the fourth, with the Eagles claiming a two-point lead late in the game. Clifton-Clyde struggled to stop the outside shooting, with Little River sinking three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, with a total of 12 in the game.

Little River took the lead with under three minutes to go and beat Clifton-Clyde 63-59, ending the Eagles’ season.

 

 

 

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Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Tianna Lohse looks to the basket during a fast break layup attempt. Lohse had 15 points in the game, many from steals that came out of an aggressive full court press by Hanover.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Adria Girard, a Clifton-Clyde senior, finds a gap in the paint to pull up for a shot between Hanover defenders.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Julia Douglas, a Clifton-Clyde point guard, drives down the lane while the aggressive defense of Emily Hendrickson, left, and Avery Behrends, slows her.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Jaysie Bowser, a Clifton-Clyde senior, completes a quick drive from the side for a layup.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

A quick move to the middle gets Hanover’s Taeghan Zabokrtsky around the defender for a shot opportunity.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Emily Hendrickson scans the floor for a teammate. Hendrickson’s aggressive defense helped create turnovers for Hanover.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Hanover senior Kadlee Stallbaumer shoots a 3-pointer. She made a game-high five 3-pointers.

Hot-shooting Hanover claims sub-state win

Mallory Callihan drives hard to the basket on her way to two of her nine points in the game.

Hanover and Clifton-Clyde came out with aggressive defenses in the Class 1A substate girls basketball championship game on Saturday in Riley, but Hanover’s up-tempo offense and full court press proved troublesome for Clifton-Clyde. Hanover jumped to an 8-2 lead to start the game, eventually causing Clifton-Clyde to call a time out halfway through the quarter to try and slow things down. Hanover sank three 3-pointers in the first quarter and went 6-6 from the free throw line to end the quarter with a 17-9 lead.

Hanover used their deep bench to rotate through a lot of substitutions in the second quarter, staying very fresh. They also stayed hot from the 3-point line, again sinking three from beyond the arc, including one at the very end of the half by Tianna Lohse to go up 30-13 at the break.

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Clifton-Clyde falls in back-and-forth game, but still headed to substate tourney

Clifton-Clyde’s regional championship game against St. John’s-Tipton on Saturday in Lincoln was a back-and-forth affair, but unfortunately for the Eagles, they were on the wrong side of the scoreboard when the buzzer sounded.

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Linn’s season ends in regional semi’s

Linn couldn’t keep up with the offensive production by #1 seed St. John’s-Tipton on Thursday at the Class 1A regional tournament semi-final game at Lincoln.

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Clifton-Clyde girls win regionals, headed to substate tourney

Clifton-Clyde girls win regionals, headed to substate tourney

Jaysie Bowser, a Clifton-Clyde senior, leads a fast break down the court and tries to find a teammate for a pass.

Clifton-Clyde girls win regionals, headed to substate tourney

Clifton-Clyde senior Payton Girard drives down the court while Linn’s Sophia Bott shadows her.

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Linn’s Maggie Hansen, middle, and Kendra Damman, right, reach for a rebound as it floats toward Clifton-Clyde’s Jaysie Bowser.

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The Clifton-Clyde girls were crowned regional champs after beating the #1 seed St. John’s-Tipton on Saturday in Lincoln. The Lady Eagles qualified for the substate tournament, which will begin play on Friday in Riley.

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Linn freshman Sophia Bott releases a 3-pointer, which she drained to help the Bulldogs.

Clifton-Clyde won the Class 1A girls regional basketball tournament on Saturday in Lincoln. Competing in the finals of the regional bracket automatically qualified them for the substate tournament, which is a four-team tournament on Friday and Saturday at Riley County High School.

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ON TO SUBSTATE!

ON TO SUBSTATE!

The Hanover girls hoist the regional championship trophy after beating Frankfort on Saturday.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

BOYS BASKETBALL
BOYS BASKETBALL
BOYS BASKETBALL

Emmitt Jueneman slams a dunk through the hoop during Hanover’s regional win over Axtell on Monday. Photo by Julie Jueneman

TUESDAY, FEB. 18

WASHINGTON COUNTY 61, HANOVER 52

Washington County’s Drew Buhrman put up 10 points and Kobe Hoover added two 3-pointers to give the Tigers a jump on Hanover in the second quarter of their game on Feb. 18 at Washington. Hanover had a 15-15 lead after the first quarter, but Washington County put up 21 points and held Hanover to eight in the second quarter for a 12-point lead going into half. Hanover chipped into the lead in the fourth, but Washington County sank 12 free throws to hold on for the 61-52 win.

Kobe Hoover had 22 points for the Tigers and Taegan Schwartz had 14 points to lead the Wildcats.

CLIFTON-CLYDE 44, VALLEY HEIGHTS 43

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

GIRLS BASKETBALL
GIRLS BASKETBALL

TUESDAY, FEB. 18

HANOVER 56, WASHINGTON COUNTY 43

Washington County was able to make halftime adjustments to be competitive with Hanover on Feb. 18 at Washington. But the Lady Wildcats had used a strong offensive first half to take a 33-16 halftime lead. The Tigers ate into that lead, but it was not enough and Hanover won 56-43.

Cadlee Stallbaumer led scoring for the Wildcats with 16 points, while Emily Hendrickson had 10. Both had two 3-pointers. McKenzie Metz led scoring for the Tigers with eight points.

VALLEY HEIGHTS 49, CLIFTON-CLYDE 46

Clifton-Clyde made a strong comeback in the second half at Valley Heights on Feb. 18. But they couldn’t quite catch up after Valley Heights took a 30-17 lead going into halftime. Clifton-Clyde outscored Valley Heights by five points in both the third and fourth quarters, but fell 46-49.

Adria Girard led scoring with 13 points.

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