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Wed
27
Jun
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Hanover Red wins coach pitch championship

The final 9-2 score in the boys coach pitch championship game between Hanover Red and Hanover Blue on Wednesday at Hanover does not tell the story of how close a game it actually was. This was a rematch of the coach pitch championship game last year, where Hanover Blue used two final games to defeat Hanover Red for the title.

Hanover Red, the top seed of this year’s tournament, got off to a 2-0 start after the first inning and tacked on another run in the third while blanking Hanover Blue for the first four innings. But Hanover Blue came back with two runs in the top of the fifth to make the score 3-2 in favor of Hanover Red.

 

Wed
20
Jun
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Members of the the 2018 Hanover Red T-ball team

Members of the the 2018 Hanover Red T-ball team are, front row, from left to right, Wyatt Steinfort, Carter Jueneman, Weston Sedlacek, Lake Kiekafer, Parker Bruna, Nick Jueneman, and Ben Jueneman; second row, Isaac White, Davis Becker, Blake Jueneman, Will Holle, Kendon Jueneman, and Tyson Jueneman; back row, Clint Holle, Alan Steinfort, Ty Becker, Jo Sedlacek, and Tyler Bruna.

 

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Wed
20
Jun
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Hanover Blue claims T-ball league championship

BY DAN THALMANN

The boys T-ball league championship game on Friday at Hanover was a nail-biter, with the Hanover Blue and Linn Blue teams both holding leads during the first three innings. But the score evened up into a 15-15 tie after four innings, and in what was supposed to be the fifth and final innings, both teams scored the maximum-allowed six runs each and the tie moved to 21-21.

Hanover Blue, which was the only undefeated team during the regular season (Linn Blue had one loss, against Hanover Blue) stepped up their defense in the top of the sixth. They got the first two Linn batters out, but then allowed a double and a single before getting the third out, making it a shutout inning. Hanover only had to score one run to win.

 

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Wed
23
May
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Clifton-Clyde boys take home third place at regional track meet

BY MARCIA HUBBARD
Sports writer

Hanover and Clifton-Clyde will be well-represented at this weekend’s Kansas State High School Track and Field Championships Friday and Saturday at Wichita.

After placing in the top four in their events last week in regional, seven girls from HHS will vie for medals at the state level. Qualifying for the HHS ladies were Claire Zarybnicky in the 800, 1,600, 4x400 and 4x800 relays; Bailey Liby, 300 hurdles; MaKenna Jueneman, 4x100 and 4x800 relays; Tianna Lohse, 4x100, 4x400, 4x800 relays and the javelin; Taeghan Zabokrtsky, 4x100 relay and triple jump; Macy Doebele, 4x100 and 4x400 relays, long jump and triple jump; and Taylor Klipp, 4x400 and 4x800 relays. William Peters will represent the HHS boys after qualifying in the high jump and shot put.

 

Wed
16
May
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Clifton-Clyde boys take home second place at TVL track meet

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Centralia took home top honors in both the girls and boys divisions from the Twin Valley League track meet that was held last Thursday at the Valley Heights Sports Complex. The Lady Panthers scored 100 boys while the CHS men finished with 148. 

The Clifton-Clyde boys placed second in the varsity race with the CCHS girls finishing in sixth.

Brant Douglas ran to a first-place finish in the 100,while the boys 4x100 relay team combined for the winning time. Mallory Callihan won the girls discus; Maycee Callihan had the best throw in the shot put.

 

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Wed
16
May
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Three Clifton-Clyde girls compete at Missouri Valley AAU District Gymnastics Championship

By MARCIA HUBBARD

The Missouri Valley AAU District Gymnastics Championship was held on April 27-28. Three local girls from the Clifton-Clyde area competed for the Concordia Gymnastic Center.

Nellie Fahey, daughter of Rocky and April Fahey, Clifton, competed in the Level 1, age 7C division.

She placed first in the uneven bars with a score of 9.8, second in the floor with a 9.750, third in the balance beam with a 9.7, and third in the vault with a 9.550. 

 

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Wed
09
May
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Hanover girls track team wins first at Grizzly Invite

Shelby Ohlde sets new school record in the high jump

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Hanover High School girls’ track team won five events on their way to a first-place team finish at the Grizzly Invitational last Friday at Mankato. Macy Doebele earned gold in the long jump and triple jump. Claire Zarybnicky turned in the fastest time in the 800-meter run, while the 4x100 and 4x800 relay teams had the winning times. The Lady Eagles scored 86 1/2 points.

 

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Wed
09
May
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Frankfort wins invitational; Washington Co. places third

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Washington County High School hosted a golf meet Friday, May 4, at Cedar Hills Golf Course with the Tigers placing third.

Frankfort won the team title with a 344, followed by Centralia 394, Washington County 396, Valley Heights 428, Onaga 432 and Hanover 435.

The top seven individuals earned medals. Brandon Bussman, Frankfort, shot the low score of 80. WCHS’s Pepe Cardenas, placed fourth with an 86.

 

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Wed
02
May
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Hanover girls and Clifton-Clyde boys take home third place at the WashCo. Invitational track meet

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The weather started out okay, then went downhill for the annual Washington County Invitational track meet last Tuesday at Washington.

Centralia won the girls team title with 93 points. Republic County captured first place in the boys race.

Due to adverse weather conditions, the girls high jump and boys pole were unable to be completed. In the 3,200 results, the placing are correct but the times are not accurate.

 

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Wed
02
May
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2017-18 Junior High track teams

Members of the 2017-18 Washington County Junior High girls track team are front row, from left, Korey Miller, Alli Boykin, Michaela Jueneman, Bri Boykin, Emma Hoover, Tristin Wiggins, Abi Sawin; second row, Shelby Laflen, Sarah Portenier, Allyssa Alemendarez, Joy Lucas, Riley Dusin, Natalie Harlan, Laura Skupa; back row, Tiffani Allerheiligen, Makenna Hertz, Lauren Simmons, Emily Jones, Evan Finlayson, Elizabeth Wright, Kady Toole, Coach Misty Baker.

 

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