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Thu
09
Oct
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Homecoming festivities o er weeklong fun

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Washington County High School homecoming royalty candidates are, back row, from left, king candidates Wyatt Durst, Zach Otott, Andrew Tiemeyer; middle, queen candidates Gabryelle Gilliam, Taylor Powell, Jessica Bryant; front, kindergarten attendants Michael Peterson, son of John and Janel Peterson, and Macie Gepner, daughter of Eric and Heather Gepner.

BY DAN THALMANN

Homecoming for Washington County High School is Friday, but there have been festivities for Tiger students all week. The students participated in themed dress-up days all week. Monday was PJ day, Tuesday was Toga Tuesday, Wednesday was Movie Character Day where students could dress as their favorite movie star or character, Thursday is Throwback Day where students dress in their favorite decade, and Friday is Red & Black Day.

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Thu
02
Oct
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Hanover rolls in homecoming win over Blue Valley

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Preston Jueneman follows his lead blocker Cody Rengstorf up the fi eld.

HANOVER – The Hanover Wildcat football team hosted the Blue Valley Rams as part of their homecoming festivities on Friday. The Wildcats were able to shut out the Rams and pick up a 50-0 win. Preston Jueneman was the leading rusher for Hanover with 68 yards on two carries both of which went for touchdowns.
 
Thu
02
Oct
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Tigers claim third win in a row

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The Tigers celebrate a goal line defensive stand during their win Friday against Valley Heights.

BY JEFF WURTZ

BLUE RAPIDS – The Washington County football team took on Twin Valley League rival, the Valley Heights Mustangs. The Tigers were able to get the early edge and won the game 49-16. Washington County’s running game was the spark for the team’s success this week totaling 518 yards on the ground.
 
Thu
02
Oct
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WashCo boys win at Seneca

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BY JEFF WURTZ

SENECA – Nemaha Central High School hosted a cross country meet this past Monday with several local runners having improving on their own times and earning top spots. For Hanover, Michael Jueneman took home a ninth place finish with a time of 19:11. That was a fi ve second improvement over his time at the past meet at Onaga.
 
Thu
25
Sep
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Hanover stops hot Wake eld team with 52-6 win on road

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Hanover running back Cody Rengstorf leaves two Wakefield defenders in his wake during a running play in Hanover’s win on Friday.

BY JEFF WURTZ.
 
WAKEFIELD – The Hanover football team took to the road this week to take on the Wakefield Bombers on Friday night. After a slow start early on, the Wildcats would take control in the second quarter and earn a 52-6 victory. Quarterback Andrew Bruna threw for 128 yards and four touchdown completing 5/10 passes. He also had two touchdowns on the ground and one touchdown reception off of a pass by Cody Rengstorf.

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Thu
25
Sep
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Hanover competes in Republic County Invite

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Clifton-Clyde’s Elizabeth Nobert spikes the ball against Hanover blockers in a pool play game on Saturday.

BY JEFF WURTZ.
 
BELLEVILLE – The Hanover volleyball team traveled to the Republic County Invitational on Saturday for several key matches. In the first match, the Lady Wildcats took on Beloit. Shelby Bruna had a great game with four ace serves and Kyla Kruse added one. Paige Doebele led the team with three kills and Katelyn Jueneman, Ramona Weber and Jenna Jueneman all notched two but the Lady Wildcats couldn’t rally and would drop the game 21-25 and 9-25.

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Thu
25
Sep
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Tigers stay undefeated with big win over Valley Heights

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Washington County setter Cammie Miller back sets to her hitter during Tuesday’s game against Valley Heights.

BY JEFF WURTZ.
 
RANDOLPH – The Washington County Lady Tiger volleyball team traveled to Randolph last Tuesday for a triangular against Valley Heights and the host Blue Valley. In the fi rst match, Tess Cecrle had nine points and Taylor Powell scored 10 kills as the Lady Tigers took down Blue Valley 25-12 and 25-9. Courtney Moore was also crucial for Washington County getting 13 digs while Cammie Miller had 16 assists.

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Thu
18
Sep
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Hodgson breaks course record, Tiger boys win team title at home

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BY JEFF WURTZ
 
Runners from Washington County, Hanover and Clifton-Clyde all participated in the Cross Country meet at Cedar Hill Golf Course in Washington on Thursday, with all teams having very good results.
 
Thu
18
Sep
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WC Tigers go undefeated at Frankfort volleyball invitational

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BY JEFF WURTZ
 
FRANKFORT – The Washington County Tiger volleyball team took the court at the Frankfort Tournament on Saturday. In the first match, Washington County defeated Wetmore 25-15 and 25-20. Erin Alexander had 8 kills in the game and tallied 2 aces. Taylor Powell added in 7 kills and Cammie Miller had 5 points including 1 ace.
 
Thu
18
Sep
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Linn gets close win over Eagles

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BY JEFF WURTZ
 
LINN – Two unique and contrasting styles were on display in Linn on Friday as the Clifton-Clyde Eagles visited the Linn Bulldogs. A strong Eagle running game was met with an excellent passing night from Linn. The Bulldogs took the late win 42-34. Despite a rough start for both teams including fi ve turnovers and no scoring in the fi rst quarter they would eventually heat up and put up some phenomenal back and forth offense for the rest of the contest.
 

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