Sports

Thu
20
Jun
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Champion ball team photos wanted

Camryn Beikmann was awarded a silver medal for her essay during a recent DAR meeting.

The Washington County News requests team photos from the champion teams of local girls softball and boys baseball. Boys t-ball championships were last week while the boys coach pitch tournament is this week in Linn. The girls’ tournaments begin next week.

 

 

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Thu
13
Jun
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Area gymnasts compete

Local gymnasts competed recently. Top row: Emily Porter, Polly Damman, Jordi Fahey. Bottom row: Marcella Taddiken, Camdyn Baker, Nellie Fahey.

Six gymnasts from the Clifton-Clyde community competed for the Concordia Gymnastic Center at the 2019 Missouri Valley District Championship. The competition was April 26-28 at the Salina Fieldhouse. The district covers gymnastic AAU teams from Colorado, Kansas, and Missouri. There were 27 teams present and 660 gymnasts competing.

Thu
30
May
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Hanover boys second, five gold medal efforts at state track meet

Natalie Harlan was just edged out of a win at the finish line by Lincoln’s Jaycee Vath, but Harlan broke the Washington County High School record in the event, and as a freshman, she will be back next year.

Brant Douglas flew down the seventh lane in the 100 meter dash to win the event.

Pete Peters, Hanover senior, clears the bar at 6-0 in the high jump. He also made 6-2 and finished in fourth. He also took third place in the shot put.

Taeghan Zabokrtsky, Hanover junior, reaches out in the triple jump and leaped 35-9, good for third place overall.

Nathan Ohlde extends to hand the baton to 4x100 meter relay teammate Drake Steinbrock. The team won the race, repeating as Class 1A champs.

Sisters Maycee Callihan, left, and Mallory Callihan, waited together for the start of the discus on Saturday. They were able to warm up, but weren’t able to actually compete until Sunday. The duo have been practicing together and competing against each other for years.

The Hanover boys took second place in Class 1A at the state track and field meet last weekend in Wichita. Team members are, front row, from left, Colin Jueneman, Jacob Jueneman, Jacob Klipp, Emmitt Jueneman; back, coach Matt Heuer, Daiken Stallbaumer, Thomas Atkins, Pete Peters, Carter Bruna, coach Kim Lohse.

Daniel York rounds the bend in the 1600 meter run. The Linn junior took 12th in the event at his first trip to the state track meet.

Emmitt Jueneman made the most of his freshman year at state, taking eighth in a competitive triple jump event.

Hanover senior Carter Bruna used his first trip to state to get on the podium for taking eighth place in the javelin. He had competed in state golf earlier in the week.

Sean Bruna spins with the discus before a throw. The Washington County junior missed the podium by one placing.

Mallory Callihan spins during a warmup throw of the discus on Saturday. The event was pushed to Sunday and the Clifton-Clyde sophomore placed fifth with a throw of 117-2.

Washington County sophomore Camryn Boykin made it to the finals in the 100 meter hurdles, one of the few preliminary races that was held at state this year. She placed eighth in the finals.

Wyatt Bentz looks to the sand in the triple jump. The Washington County senior competed in track for the first time in his high school career and made the podium with a seventh place finish in the event. He also participated in the long jump.

Jacob Jueneman placed eighth in the 800 meter run with a personal best time of 2:02.95. The sophomore was also part of the 4x400 meter relay team that placed third.

Avery Behrends wasn’t able to make finals, but the freshman was 11th in the 100 meter dash and will work to get back to state next year.

Britany Metz took some warm-up throws in the discus on Saturday, but lightning caused the delay of the event to Sunday. She placed sixth in the event for her first trip to state.

Clifton-Clyde senior Christian Seifert comes down after clearing a hurdle in the 300 meter race, in which he took sixth.

WICHITA – The Hanover boys took second overall in Class 1A at the Kansas State Track & Field Champions over the weekend at Wichita State University. Local athletes claimed four individual golds and one relay gold - Hanover senior Thomas Atkins won the 200 meter dash and long jump, fellow Hanover senior Macy Doebele won the triple jump, Clifton-Clyde senior Brant Douglas won the 100 meter dash, and the Clifton-Clyde 4x100 meter relay team repeated as state champions. Relay team members were Christian Seifert, Nathan Ohlde, Drake Steinbrock and Brant Douglas.

HANOVER

Thu
30
May
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Hoover medals at state golf tourney

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Hanover’s Zach Bruna led the Wildcats, finishing with a score of 89, which tied him in 25th place.

Kobe Hoover watches the ball fly through the air on its way to the green. Hoover had a goal of medaling this year at state, and met that goal at the event in Salina last week.

Washington County sophomore Kobe Hoover tied for 14th at the state meet, which earned him a medal.

Hanover qualified for the state golf tournament as a team. They competed last week Monday, but had their tournament delayed until completion on Wednesday because of rainy weather..

Rainy weather stopped the state golf tournament after six holes on May 20 at the Class 1A state golf meet at the Salina Municipal Golf Course and the participants weren’t able to complete their tournament until Wednesday.

Washington County sophomore Kobe Hoover met his goal of coming home with a medal from this year’s meet by finishing in the top 15 at state. He shot an 85 to tie for 14th place.

“I practiced a lot last summer and as much as I could this spring,” said Hoover. “Last year I was just playing at state, but this year I was competing.”

 

 

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Thu
30
May
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Gold medals and school records at state meet

Washington County freshman Natalie Harlan leads the pack around the track in the 1600 meter run at the state track meet. She got second in the 1600 and third in the 800, but broke school records in both events.

Thomas Atkins flies through the air in the triple jump on his way to a gold medal. The Hanover senior also won the 200 meter dash and was second in the long jump.

Clifton-Clyde senior Brant Douglas stands in focus at the start of the 200 meter dash. Earlier in the day he won the 100 meter dash, giving him the crown as the fastest man in Kansas-Class 1A.

Hanover’s Macy Doebele reaches for the pit in the triple jump. The senior repeated as champion in the event. She also placed fourth in the long jump.

The all-senior Clifton-Clyde 4x100 meter relay team retained their championship crown by winning the event in a time of 44.20. Team members are, from right, Christian Seifert, Nathan Ohlde, Drake Steinbrock and Brant Douglas. Their winning time last year was 44.58, but their school record time set last week at regionals was 43.92.

Macy Doebele, Clifton-Clyde relay team repeat as state champs

 

 

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Thu
23
May
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Hanover boys win regional meet, Eagles second

Kalista Hubert hands off to Adria Girard in the 4x400 meter relay during the regional meet on Friday at Washington.

Avery Behrends cheers on teammate Taeghan Zabokrtsky after handing her the baton in the 4x100 meter relay. Hanover qualifed for state with a season best time.

Drake Steinbrock hands off to Tanner Thompson in the 4x400 relay. Clifton-Clyde placed second to qualify for state.

Clifton-Clyde senior Christian Seifert returns to state in the 110 and 300 hurdles. He will also run in two relays.

Photos by

Dan Thalmann Marie Bruna Julie Doebele

Hanover’s Emmitt Jueneman soars into the pit in the triple jump. He qualified for state with a third place finish.

Linn’s Daniel York runs near the front of the 800 meter run, with Hanover’s Jacob Jueneman, and Linn teammate Kevin Alvarado nearby. While York missed out on state in the 800, he ran a personal best in the 1600 to qualify for state.

The Hanover boys won the Class 1A regional track meet on Friday at Washington, with Clifton-Clyde right behind them. Hanover scored 79 points to win the meet and Clifton-Clyde scored 70. But more importantly, Hanover qualified 10 entries in the Kansas State Track & Field Championships on Friday and Saturday in Wichita and Clifton-Clyde qualified eight. To make it to state, competitors needed to finish in the top four in an event.

Hanover senior Thomas Atkins won all of his events, qualifying in the maximum of four. He won the long and triple jumps, the 200-meter dash, and was part of Hanover’s 4x400 meter relay team.

Clifton-Clyde seniors Christian Seifert and Brant Douglas were also a fourevent qualifiers. Seifert won the 110 and 300 hurdles and was part of Clifton-Clyde’s first place 4x100 meter relay team and second place 4x400 meter relay. Douglas won the 100 and was third in the 200. He was also on the 4x100 and 4x400 relays.

Wed
15
May
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Hanover team and Kobe Hoover qualify for state golf meet

The Hanover golf team celebrated after finding out they qualified for the state golf tournament after taking third at the Class 1A Regional Tournament on Monday at Cedar Hills.

Team members are, below, from left, Dawson Sedlacek, Carter Bruna, Zach Bruna, Cade Cohorst, Dayton Shockley and coach Lee Hynek.

Several local golfers are headed to the Class 1A state golf tournament on Monday at the Salina Municipal Golf Course after Hanover qualified as a team and Washington County sophomore Kobe Hoover qualified by placing second overall. Their regional tournament was Monday at Cedar Hills Golf Course in Washington.

Hoover shot a 90 to take second behind regional champ Aiden Gerstner of Frankfort, who shot an 81. Two shots behind Hoover was Trent Mars of Centralia, who shot a 92.

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Wed
15
May
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Clifton-Clyde boys claim league title

Jaysie Bowser sprints down the straight-away. The Clifton-Clyde junior was 2nd in the 400 and 4th in the 800.

Washington County sophomore Camryn Boykin clears a hurdle on her way to a preliminary win. She took second in the 100 hurdle finals.

MaKenna Jueneman hands the baton off to Avery Behrends. Hanover took third in the 4x100 meter relay.

Washington County junior Sean Bruna placed third in the shot put and third in the discus at the Twin Valley League meet last Thursday.

The Clifton-Clyde boys track team won the Twin Valley League team championship, their first since 2006.

Tee Koch, Clifton-Clyde, released the pole after vaulting cleanly on his way to a third place finish. He cleared 11 feet in the meet.

Linn’s Daniel York was 2nd in the 1600 and third in the 800.

The Clifton-Clyde boys were named league champs at Thursday’s Twin Valley League meet in Washington. The Eagles scored 111 points on their way to their first league title since 2006. They finished well ahead of the 89 points scored by Centralia for second. Hanover and Axtell tied for third with 70 points. The remaining team placings were: 5, Washington County, 41 points; Tie-6, Troy and Valley Heights, 33; 8, Frankfort, 30; 9, Linn, 25; 10, Onaga, 17; 11, Doniphan West, 14; 12, Blue Valley, 13; 13, Wetmore 9.

Centralia won the girls’ championship with 125 points. Frankfort was second with 95 and Valley Heights third with 69. Remaining placings were: 4, Hanover, 63 points; 5, Clifton-Clyde, 57; 6, Troy, 46; 7, Axtell, 44; 8, Washington County, 28; 9, Doniphan West, 16; 10, Blue Valley, 12; 11, Wetmore, 1.

Thu
09
May
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Clifton-Clyde wins three team championships

Clifton-Clyde eighth grader Gabe Walter rounds the corner in the 1600 meter race on his way to a gold medal in the event. Hanover’s Cole Meyer was by his side and Washington County’s Drake Phillips was close behind.

Riana Spiehs, a Linn sixth grader, hurls the shot in the seventh grade shot put event.

Oliver Nobert hands off to Drayden Reed during the 4x200 relay. The Clifton-Clyde team won the event in the seventh grade boys’ division.

From left, WCJH’s Kiersten Tholstrup, Hanover’s Anna Jueneman and Clifton-Clyde’s Jessica Ostermann take off from the starting line in the 100 meter sprint.

Whitley Sikes, right, led the pack in the 800 for the win. Behind her is Washington County’s Kiersten Tholstrup and Clifton-Clyde’s Elisa Sorell, left.

Photos by DAN THALMANN / WCN

Matthew Kern releases the shot during the eighth grade boys’ contest.

Trenton Zenger clears the bar in the pole vault. The WCJH eighth grader won the event.

Clifton-Clyde’s Lily Steinbrock, who has the CCMS record, had a great start in the 100 hurdles, but hit the last hurdle which allowed Valley Heights’ Toerber and Clifton-Clyde’s Shea Wurtz to pass her up.

Cegan Atkins, a Hanover eighth grader, finished her undefeated season in high jump with a BVL win by clearing 5-0.

Linn’s 7th grade boys 4x100 relay won the BVL. Runners were, on left, Hunter Weaver, Nick Rosebaugh, Ethan Bott and Gavin Turk.

Claire Beikmann hands off to Sophia Bott in the 4x200 relay. The Linn team won the event as well as the medley relay along with teammates Megan Beier and Ella thalmann.

Clifton-Clyde won three of the four team championships on Thursday at the Blue Valley League track meet at Valley Heights. They won the seventh and eighth grade boys’ championships and the seventh grade girls’. Hanover won the eighth grade girls title. Local athletes who medaled included:

SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS

Thu
09
May
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Hoover fourth in golf meets

Hanover’s Dawson Sedlacek was ninth at the TVL golf meet on Monday. Photos by MARIE BRUNA

Hanover senior Carter Bruna watches the ball after a drive during Monday’s TVL meet at Cedar Hills Golf Course.

Kobe Hoover was fourth at the Twin Valley League golf tournament on Monday at Waterville. He shot a 93 to lead the Tigers.

Hanover took third place as a team. Dawson Sedlacek was ninth, Carter Bruna was 13th and Zach Bruna was 17th. Frankfort won the meet, followed by Valley Heights.

Both teams will now compete in the 1A regional meet on May 13 at Cedar Hills. This will be a qualifying meet for the 1A state meet in Salina on May 24-25.

 

 

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