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Wed
09
Jan
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Hanover knocks off Troy on the road

Photo by JULIA DOEBELE

Avery Behrends puts up a layup on a fast break.

Avery Behrends puts up a layup on a fast break.

 

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Wed
09
Jan
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Lady Bulldogs fall to DWest

Faith Beikman, left, blocks out a Doniphan West player as Kyrah Peters, right, attempts a jump shot.

Faith Beikman, left, blocks out a Doniphan West player as Kyrah Peters, right, attempts a jump shot

 

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Wed
26
Dec
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Wildcats run by Bulldogs

Hanover’s Dawson Sedlacek leaps above Linn’s Eder Martinez and puts up a shot attempt.

Linn’s Kaylee Oehmke applies defensive pressure to Hanover’s Emily Hendrickson.

Linn’s Kyrah Peters looks for an open teammate while being guarded by Hanover’s Macy Doebele.

Hanover’s Cadlee Stallbaumer tries to prevent Linn’s Faith Beikman from receiving the ball on the low block.

Linn’s Keaton Bargman drives into the heart of the Hanover defense while being guarded by Daiken Stallbaumer.

Carter Bruna attempts to steal the ball from Linn’s Ricardo Cardenas.

Hanover’s Cadlee Stallbaumer puts the ball on the floor and drives to the basket while being closely guarded by Linn’s Kaylee Oehmke.

Photos by JEN THALMANN / WCN

Hanover’s Daiken Stallbaumer tries to block a shoot attempt by Linn’s Tyler Ohlde.

Hanover’s Michelle Zarybnicky and Linn’s Kyrah Peters race after a loose ball.

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Wed
26
Dec
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Kier signs to play Division I football in Texas

Hunter Kier

Washington native Hunter Kier, who has played football at Butler Community College the past two seasons, above, will move to Texas in January as he prepares to follow his dreams of playing Division 1 football.

Hunter Kier was getting ready to start his college career at Butler Community College two seasons ago when he asked equipment managers for a practice jersey.

The managers handed him a green jersey, the required color for kickers instead of the standard purple or gold of BCC.

He said he was a linebacker and thus needed a standard jersey.

The staff chuckled, as Kier told it on social media, thinking he was too small to play that position.

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Thu
20
Dec
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Clifton-Clyde goes on the road and sweeps Linn

Clifton-Clyde swept Linn on Dec. 11 at Linn. The girls won 58-48 and the boys won 52-23.

The Clifton-Clyde girls got a 10-point win with help from a fast offense and strong defense. Linn sank five 3-pointers, but struggled with turnovers against the Eagles’ defense.

Linn 7 1511 15 48 Clifton-Clyde1218 13 15 58

Points – Linn: Bott 13, Oehmke 12, Moore 7; Clifton-Clyde: Hubert 16, Callihan 11, Bowser 10.

Rebounds – Linn: Moore 10, Beikman 7, Oehmke 6; Clifton-Clyde: Callihan 15, P. Girard 8, Hubert 5.

Assists – Linn: Smith 3, Bott 3, Oehmke 2; Clifton-Clyde: Bowser 4, P. Girard 3.

Steals – Linn: Bott 4, Oehmke 3, Beikman 2; Clifton-Clyde: A. Girard 6, P. Girard 4, Hubert 4.

Blocks – Linn: Beikman 3, Dittmer 1; Clifton-Clyde: Callihan 1, P. Girard 1, Knox 1.

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Thu
20
Dec
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Rudolph carries Eagles in win over Wetmore

The Clifton-Clyde boys had 10 players contribute points on the scoreboard in their 73-42 win on Friday at Wetmore and they shot 53 percent from 3-point range. Sophomore Aiden Rudolph was one rebound away from a triple-double for the Eagles. “We came out strong in the first quarter, pushing the ball inside and hitting well outside,” said Clifton-Clyde Head Coach Jim Blackwell. “Aiden Rudolph had a great night with 24 points, nine rebounds, 10 assists and four steals. The Eagles are playing good teamwork as evidenced with 18 assists on the night.”

Clifton-Clyde2715 10 21 73 Wetmore 9 11 13 9 42 Points – Rudolph 24, Seifert 11, Koch 7, Lange 7. Rebounds – Rudolph 9, Lange 5, Wunderle 4. Assists – Rudolph 10, Seifert 3, Lawson 2, Koch 2. Steals – Rudolph 4, Seifert 3, Koch 3. Blocks – Lange 2, Rudolph 2.

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Thu
20
Dec
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Wildcats boy and girls run by Onaga

The Hanover boys continued to dominate the competition on Friday at Onaga. Scoring 24 points in the first quarter and 23 in the second, the Wildcats cruised to a 72-30 win. Dawson Sedlacek led the team with 17 points, including four 3-pointers. “Our intensity was good early, but we took some possession off,” said Head Coach Kim Lohse. “We got a little sloppy on both ends of the court and didn’t look like a very good basketball team. Our discipline has to be better, especially on the defensive end as we were called for a lot of fouls for no moving our feet and a lot of reaching.”

Hanover 24 23 16 9 72 Onaga 3 1411 2 30 Points – Sedlacek 17, Peters 14, C. Bruna 13, Atkins 12. Rebounds – Peters 9, Atkins 6, E. Jueneman 6. Assists – C. Bruna 5, Cohorst 3, Atkins 2. Steals – Atkins 4, Peters 3, C. Bruna 3.

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The Hanover girls got a 46-15 win over Onaga, who has no wins on the season. No stats were available for this game.

Thu
20
Dec
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Linn teams fall at home to Axtell

The Linn Bulldogs stayed competitive in their game against Axtell on Friday at Linn. Axtell shot lights out from the field, but Linn did not give up. Linn lost 32-48, but the game seemed closer than the score showed.

Linn 5 8 8 11 32 Axtell 8 1715 8 48

Points – Ohlde 12, Bargman 6, Cardenas 5, Beier 4.

Rebounds – York 9, Ohlde 7, Beier 7, Cardenas 5.

Assists – Schaefer 2, York 1, Cardenas 1, Beier 1.

Steals – Schaefer 1, York 1, Beier 1, Ohlde 1, Trumble 1.

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The Linn girls struggled against Axtell’s defense, which caused the Bulldogs to turn the ball over and into points for Axtell. The Eagles went up 31-5 at half and beat Linn 55-22.

Linn 2 3 9 8 22 Axtell 14171410 55

Points – Smith 7, Moore 7, Dittmer 3, Bott 3.

Rebounds – Dittmer 5, Moore 5, Smith 4.

Assists – Oehmke 1, Mueller 1, Bott 1.

Steals – Beikman 1, Damman 1, Moore 1, Smith 1.

Thu
20
Dec
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Washington Co. boys ranked 3rd in 1A after beating Centralia

The Washington County boys got a big win over Centralia on Friday at home. The Tigers were up 28-18 at half, but Centralia mounted a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter. Too little, too late. The Tigers won 48-41. Kobe Hoover went 5 for 7 from the 3-point line to lead the team with 21 points.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the boys for the effort and determination they showed all night,” said Washington County Head Coach Robert Smith. “As a team, we are taking one game at a time, and striving to get better as a group every minute of every game and practice. This was a great win for the team and we are excited to start preparations for Tuesday’s game.”

WashCo. 18 10 9 11 48 Centralia 13 5 7 16 41

Points – Hoover 21, Buhrman 15, Bentz 6.

Rebounds – Nelson 6, Gauby 4, Bentz 3.

Assists – Buhrman 4, Gauby 3.

Steals – Hoover 4, Bentz 1, Gauby 1.

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Thu
20
Dec
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Hanover boys and girls crush Diller-Odell

The Hanover boys put up 70 points or more in their fifth straight game on Saturday when they hosted Diller-Odell. The Wildcats consistently put up strong offense and were led by Thomas Atkins and Carter Bruna who had 16 points each. They won 70-42.

“We once again shot the ball well and played pretty good defense,” said Hanover Head Coach Kim Lohse. “We got off to a quick start and really put the pressure on Diller-Odell and made it tought for them to come back from a 13-point first quarter deficit. One thing we really need to improve on is our free throw showing, as we have struggled early but also pleased with our 5-1 record.”

Hanover 20 16 17 17 70 Diller-Odell 7 15 10 10 42

Points – Atkins 16, C. Bruna 16, Sedlacek 9, Stallbaumer 7.

Rebounds – Peters 11, Atkins 7, C. Bruna 5.

Assists – Atkins 5, Stallbaumer 3, C. Bruna 2.

Steals – Stallbaumer 3, Schwartz 2, Sedlacek 2.

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