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Thu
05
Sep
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Hanover, WCHS open v-ball season

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Avery Behrends extends to set the volleyball while teammate Taeghan Zabokrtsky tracks the ball. Hanover opened their season at a tournament in Marysville on Saturday.

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Washington County’s Addison Mann saves the ball right in front of the Tiger bench and coach Ashley Nutsch. The team competed at a season-opening tourney in Marysville.

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WCHS teammates Ali Boykin and McKenzie Metz jump to attempt a block against a Sabetha player.

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Camryn Boykin swings at the ball for Washington County in their match against Sabetha.

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Photos by DAN THALMANN / WCN

Hanover’s Cadlee Stallbaumer sprawls to successfully scoop up a hit so her teammates can send it back over.

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Hanover’s Madison Bruna elevates for a spike during the Wildcats’ game versus Valley Heights.

The Washington County and Hanover volleyball teams struggled in their season-opening debut at a Marysville tournament on Saturday. The Tigers and Wildcats were the two smallest teams in the tourney, and both went 0-4 in pool play.

WCHS fell to Marysville 14-25, 17-25; Sabetha 16-25, 15-25; Royal Valley 8-25, 11-25; and Chapman 11-25, 15-25. 

 

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Thu
05
Sep
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Linn football team is small but experienced

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Linn will have a small football team this year, but they did last year too, so the players who are out have quite a bit of varsity experience.

While they went 1-8 last year, Linn now has five seniors to lead the team, including Jace Schaefer, Daniel York, Ricardo Cardenas, Tyler Ohlde and Kyle Richardson. Junior Spencer Ohlde and sophomore Kevin Alvarado are also returning starters.

Joining them are sophomore Austin Riggs and freshmen Jose Lara, Ezequiel Ruacho and Logan Baxa.

 

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Thu
22
Aug
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Decision delayed on combining H.S. FB at Linn, Wash. Co.

Will Linn and Washington County combine their high school football teams next year? The two schools will have a combined junior high football team this fall, and youth from both districts play together on a non-school sponsored youth football team, but it’s too early to know if kids from both districts can expect to play football together at the high school level.

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Thu
08
Aug
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Girls T-ball league champs and runners-up

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The Hanover girls were runners-up in the league t-ball tournament. Team members were, front row, from left, Annie Tegtmeier, Kaylyn O’Dell, Mabel Hynek, Kendall Doebele, Lauren Bruna, Cora Meyn, Audrey Bruna; middle, Addy Heiman, Kate Bruna, Zaylee Stallbaumer, Ellie Bruna, Harper Bruna, Ella Hynek; back, coaches, Brad Heiman, Ben Bruna, Derek Bruna, Kellen Tegtmeier and Brent Hynek.

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The Clifton girls t-ball team was the champion of this year’s league t-ball tournament. Team members were, front row, from left, Elsie Begnoche, Anna Wilgers, Breckyn Finkbiner, Marcella Taddiken; middle, Jackie Crowl, Laney Schwab, Jersey Wurtz, Ellie LeClair, Charlee Wren; back, coaches Curtis LeClair, Cassie Wurtz.

The Clifton girls t-ball team was the champion of this year’s league t-ball tournament.

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Thu
25
Jul
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Hanover girls’ t-ball, coach pitch named champs

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The Hanover girls are the t-ball champions for the local summer league.

Photos by MARIE BRUNA

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The Hanover girls coach pitch team won the local league title a few weeks ago.

 

 

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Wed
10
Jul
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Washington boys win Pee Wee title

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The Linn Pee Wee team placed third in the league tournament last week in Washington. Pictured, front row, from left, Noah Thalmann, Brigham Hansen, Collin Rosebaugh, Nick Rosebaugh, Noe Santillanes, Gabe Turk. Back row: Coach Greg Bott, Aiden Spiehs, Conner Ohlde, coach Brian Turk, Dylan Ohlde, Ethan Bott, coach Michael Weiche and Wyatt Weiche.

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The Bremen Pee Wee team placed second in the league tournament.

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The Washington boys Pee Wee team won the Pee Wee league tournament on July 3 in Washington. Coaches are Ryan Huckett, Jay Kearn, Doug Huband and Mike LeDuc. Pictured, back row, from left, are Carson Kearn, Will Otott, Monte Huckett, Zach Hiltgen, Octavian Cardenas, Gracen Votipka, William Svanda, Kileab Willbrant. Front row: Ryan Sawin, Garrison Sand, Seth White, Gatlin Willbrant, Gavin LeDuc, Tucker Huband, Noah Hoover, Bryce Wittgartner.

Washington boys win Pee Wee title

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Wed
10
Jul
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Hoover part of national champion track team

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Washington County High School grad Jerrod Hoover was designated as an All-American and was a contributing member of the national champion track and field team at Cloud County Community College in May. Hoover, a sophomore at CCCC, placed sixth in the javelin.

Washington County High School grad Jerrod Hoover was designated as an All-American and was a contributing member of the national champion track and field team at Cloud County Community College in May. Hoover, a sophomore at CCCC, placed sixth in the javelin with a throw of 177 feet at the NJCAA D1 Outdoor Track & Field Championships on May 18 at Hobbs, N.M. This scored three points toward the team’s first ever national championship. His season best throw was 185-10, but his personal best was in his freshman year when he threw 192-7 at the Region IV outdoor meet.

Hoover had set a goal for himself to throw better than his seeding.

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Thu
04
Jul
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Welch finds ring lost for more than 40 years

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Jerry Welch, left, presented Tom Zabokrtsky, right, with his class ring, which had been missing since 1975.

Jerry Welch, of Washington, was cleaning out his late mother’s house when, on the weekend of June 7-8, he found a purse his mother placed in a peculiar location. He searched the purse and came across a man’s Washington High class ring from 1977. It had a garnett stone. He put it into his pocket to take a closer look at it later.

On Saturday evening Welch polished it up and began his inspection. He noticed three initials placed on the inside and decided to post it onto the Face Book group “You’re probably from Washington.” He took one photo and posted it June 16.

 

 

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Thu
04
Jul
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Rotary donates to dog park

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Washington Rotary donated $1,500 to Toto’s Bark Park in Washington. Rotary raised the money this spring during the annual Rotary Radio Days. Rotary is also donating proceeds from Radio days to other organizations.

 

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Thu
04
Jul
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Doebele gets basketball honor

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Hanover graduate Macy Doebele, above, was the high scorer of the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star game on June 22 in Salina. Doebele played for the KBCA blue team and scored 20 points with an impressive 11 of 12 from the free throw line. She also had seven rebounds, three steals and two blocks. The blue team fell 65-76. 

 

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