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Thu
26
Sep
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WASHINGTON CO. HIGH SCHOOL

With just three seniors on the roster, Washington County High School will look to several underclassmen to contribute to the volleyball program this year. Senior libero Grace Otott was a second team all-Twin Valley League pick last year and is joined by McKenzie Metz and Britany Metz as senior leaders.

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Thu
26
Sep
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CLIFTON›CLYDE HIGH SCHOOL

Clifton-Clyde should be competing to finish in the top tier of the Twin Valley League this year, with a mix of experience and athleticism on their roster. They are currently in a three-way tie for third in the league.

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Thu
26
Sep
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Early Season Volleyball Reports

Hanover has a large squad for volleyball this year, suiting up 24 players including six seniors, three juniors, five sophomores and 10 freshmen. They are:

Seniors – Emily Hendrickson, MaKenna Jueneman, Taeghan Zabokrtsky, Emma Bruna, Cadlee Stallbaumer, Tianna Lohse.

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Thu
26
Sep
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Hanover Fall Sports Teams

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Members of the 2019 Hanover Wildcats football team are, back row, from left, assistant coaches Chris Beikmann and John Bruna, Emmitt Jueneman, Colin Jueneman, Jacob Jueneman, Jonah Weber, Blake Hynek, Tanner Link, Jacob Klipp, head coach Matt Heuer; middle, Tyler Bonzer, Taegan Schwartz, Tregan Graff, Keagan Dimler, Philip Doebele, Joshua Zarybnicky, Kacey Espinoza, Matthew Schroller; front, managers Cooper Bruna and Noah Sedlacek, Cole Meyer, Trevor Graff, Jacob Bruna, Andrew Gugenhan, Isaac Bruna, Chase Bruna, managers Wyatt Simpson and Braden Jueneman.

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Members of the 2019 Hanover Wildcats volleyball team are, back row, from left, assistant coach Becky Bruna, Emma Bruna, Tianna Lohse, Allison Jueneman, Cadlee Stallbaumer, Massey Holle, Madison Bruna, Cloe Sinn, head coach Melissa Holle; middle, MaKenna Jueneman, Karley Rupprecht, Presley Rose, Aliyah Sinn, Taeghan Zabokrtsky, Michelle Zarybnicky, Cora Coufal, Taeben Stallbaumer, Avery Behrends; front, Jasmine Butler, Kyana Ulloa, Deja Atkins, Emily Hendrickson, Leanna Gugenhan, Reanna Rencin, Angelina Anaya.

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Members of the 2019 Hanover Wildcats cross country team are, from left, Lyndee Padgett, Tianna Lohse, coach Kim Lohse, Zachary Zarybnicky, Michelle Zarybnicky and Elaina White.

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Thu
19
Sep
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Injuries stop Linn’s momentum, lose 42-58

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Photos by DAN THALMANN / WCN

#45 Ricardo Cardenas clears a path for Tyler Ohlde to power into the endzone for a touchdown on Friday.

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Jace Schaefer provides a lead block for Ricardo Cardenas.

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Linn’s Kevin Alvarado leaps for a touchdown catch in Friday’s game against St. John’s.

Linn looked like they were headed to a win against St. John’s Beloit on Friday at Linn. They had fallen behind in the first half, but worked their way back into the game, scoring on a pass play from quarterback Jace Schaefer to Ezequiel Ruacho with time running out at half to pull within four points of the Blujays.

In the third quarter, Linn’s defense held strong and the offense scored to go ahead for the first time in the game, 36-32. At 11:10 in the fourth quarter, Ricardo Cardenas scored on a long play to go up by 10, 42-32. Linn had the momentum in

 

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Thu
19
Sep
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Lady Tigers split at Hanover, go 2-3 at Frankfort tournament

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Camryn Boykin goes up for a spike in a triangular game against Onaga on Sept. 10 at Hanover. The Lady Tigers went 2-3 at the tourney.

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Alyssa Kern powers a spike over the net against Wetmore in a game at the Frankfort Tournament on Saturday.

The Washington County girls went 1-1 on Sept. 10 at Hanover and 2-3 at the Frankfort Tournament on Saturday, placing third.

They fell to Hanover in three, losing 22-25, 25-23, 20-25. They beat Onaga in three, 21-25, 25-22, 25-10.

At Frankfort, the Lady Tigers lost to Jackson Heights, 17-25, 14-25; Wetmore, 14-25, 16-25; and Frankfort, 25-10, 13-25, 23-25. They beat Onaga, 25-17, 25-18, and Doniphan West, 25-20, 25-15.

No stats were available by press time.

 

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Thu
19
Sep
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Harlan takes crown at home meet

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Natalie Harlan, Washington County sophomore, had a dominant performance on Thursday, winning the girls race in 21:03.09.

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Clifton-Clyde’s Riley Robbins led the race for about the first lap, but had an injury and did not finish. Running alongside him is Caleb Eilert, who won the boys’ race.

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Linn freshman Claire Beikmann leads a pack of runners during the girls’ race. She placed 10th overall.

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Hanover’s girls team takes off at the sound of the starting pistol at Cedar Hills Golf Course.

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Jaysie Bowser, Clifton-Clyde senior, was the top finisher for her team, in eighth place.

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The Linn boys team started as a group during Thursday’s cross country race at Cedar Hills. Daniel York, right, was top finisher for Linn in sixth place, while teammate Trent Beier, next on the left, finished in 13th. The rest of the team, from right, include Isaac Rogge, Gunner Turk and Isaiah Rogge.

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Washington County’s Kobe Hoover, left, and Hanover’s Zach Zarybnicky run side-by-side during the Sept. 12 meet.

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Clifton-Clyde’s Tanner Mead, alongside an Axtell runner, took 25th for the Eagles.

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Karsyn Sikes, Clifton-Clyde, runs up a hill during the meet at Cedar Hills. She placed 16th overall in the 5K. Photos by DAN THALMANN / WCN

Natalie Harlan finished well ahead of the field in the first local cross country meet of the season on Thursday at Cedar Hills. The Washington County sophomore won the girls’ 5K with a time of 21:03.99.

Hanover’s Michelle Zarybnicky placed sixth individually. She ran the race in 23:43.32.

The Clifton-Clyde girls placed third as a team, just one point behind Nemaha Central. Centralia won the meet.

Clifton-Clyde was led by senior Jaysie Bowser, who placed eighth in a time of 24:27.15. Karsyn Sikes was 16th , Paige Bowser was 19th , Alyssa Brown was 21st and Ella Steinbrock was 22nd .

Linn’s sole runner Claire Beikmann, made a dash near the finish line to pick up two spots and finish 10th in a time of 25:01.74.

 

Thu
12
Sep
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Few options left for Linn football

Before anyone had heard the results of the cooperative agreement vote at the USD 108 Washington County school board meeting, a crowd had gathered at the USD 223 Barnes-Hanover-Linn board meeting in Hanover on Monday and the future of Linn football was part of their discussion.

Shane Ohlde said he couldn’t expect Washington County High School to take the Linn kids if the combined team would end up playing in Class 2A. His fear was that there might be kids from Linn seeking opportunities at other schools if there was no football option at Linn.

 

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Thu
12
Sep
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WCHS football will not co-op with Linn

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USD 108 Board of Education voted 6-1 Monday night not to enter a cooperative agreement with Linn High School for the 2020-2021 football cycle.

Voting for the motion were Rhonda Manley, Brad Jones, Brad Owen, Jill Hoover, Rod Stewart and Kevin Elliott. Joe L’Ecuyer voted no.

 

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Thu
05
Sep
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Jamboree allows pre-season action

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Photos by DAN THALMANN / WCN

Clifton-Clyde’s Aiden Rudolph, left, calls out to his defensive teammates during a play against Wakefield. Emmit Jueneman, Hanover, right, catches a touchdown pass during Friday’s pre-season football jamboree in Clyde. Clifton-Clyde and Hanover played in the jamboree along with Osborne and Wakefield. 

 

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