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14
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Hanover takes second at state after falling to Montezuma-South Grey

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

South Gray 65 Hanover 54 The South Gray High School boys’ basketball team avenged their loss to Hanover in the championship game of the Class 1A, Division I state tournament last year at Hays. In 2016, Hanover defeated South Gray, 60-36 in the title game. This year, it was the Rebels turn. Facing each other last Saturday at Gross Memorial Coliseum at Fort Hays State University, South Gray was crowned the champions after downing Hanover 65-54. SGHS ended their season with a 26-0 record.

HHS trailed the Rebels 14-17 after the first quarter, and was never able to close the gap after that.

 

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Hanover boys eliminates Washington County

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Hanover High School boys’ basketball team used a strong defense and effective offense to end the season of Washington County in the semifinals of a Class 1A, Division I substate tournament last Thursday at Wakefield. The Wildcat offense put up 58 points while their offense held the Tigers to 32 points.

Pete Peters dropped in nine field goals and two free throws to pace scoring for Hanover with 20 points. He also led in rebounds with 10. Thomas Atkins recorded 11 points.

 

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Wed
07
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Eagles end Lady Tigers’ season

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Both Clifton-Clyde and Washington County drew first-round byes in a Class 1A, Division 1 girls’ substate tournament. CCHS was seeded second with a 13-7 record; WCHS was seeded third with a 12-8 mark.

In the semifinal match-up on Friday, the Lady Eagles jumped to a 24-16 lead at half, and despite several comeback attempts by the Tigers, held on to advance to the championship game after downing Washington County 47-44.

 

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Wed
28
Feb
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Centralia pounds Tigers

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Showing no mercy, the Centralia High School basketball teams crushed Washington County in both girls’ and boys’ Twin Valley League play last Tuesday at Centralia.

The Lady Tigers shot a cold 29.2 percent from the field, en route to a 38-74 loss at the hands of Centralia. Washington County connected on 10-of-30 2-pointers, and 4-of-18 3-pointers.

 

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Wed
28
Feb
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Hanover rolls by Linn

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

In their last regular season games, the Hanover High School basketball teams pounded Linn in Twin Valley League action last Friday at Linn High School.

Varsity action began with a 59-29 victory for the Lady Wildcats. Macy Doebele pumped in 18 points to lead scoring for Hanover. She also had five rebounds and two steals.

 

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Wed
21
Feb
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Tigers down Bulldogs for second time this season

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

 

The Linn High School and the Washington County High School basketball teams met for the second time this season when the two teams collided Tuesday, Feb. 13, at Washington County. The Tigers won the first meeting on Jan. 23 in Twin Valley League play at Linn. In the Feb. 13 game, which was non-league, the Tigers again came out as the winners.

The WCHS boys have actually played Linn three times this season, facing the Bulldogs in the Twin Valley League Tournament. That game saw WCHS win by two points.

 

 

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Wed
21
Feb
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Wildcats slip by the Eagles

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

 

A Twin Valley League game last Friday at Clyde went in favor of Hanover in both girls’ and boys’ competition. HHS won the girls’ game 53-43, as a result of a 33-13 second half edge by the Lady Wildcats. CCHS held a 30-22 edge at half before Hanover’s comeback. Hanover’s Macy Doebele poured in 35 points for a season high performance. Doebele sank 11 2-point field goals, one 3-pointer and connected on 10-of-11 free throws. Along with her 35 points, the HHS junior junior brought down 11 rebounds, had seven steals and two assist

 

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Wed
14
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Lady Tigers nip Blue Valley

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

In a makeup game played Thursday on the road, the Washington County High School girls’ basketball team held on to edge Blue Valley 45-40 in competition at BVHS in Randolph. The game was originally scheduled for Feb. 6 but was moved to Feb. 8 because of inclement weather.

Both teams scored 21 points in the first half. The Lady Tigers dropped in 15 points in the third, while holding the Rams to eight. The fourth period saw BVHS edge Washington County by 2-points, but the Tigers held on for the win.

 

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Tigers defeat Troy

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Playing host to Troy last Friday, the Washington County Tiger teams knocked down their opponent in Twin Valley League play.

The Lady Tigers roared to a 47-17 first half lead, then cruised to a final score of 76-30.

 

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Wed
07
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Lady Tigers slip by Axtell; WCHS boys fall short

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Washington County High School basketball teams hosted Axtell Friday evening with the end result going in favor of the WCHS girls and the AHS boys.

After a slow start, the Lady Tigers defeated Axtell 47-38. Three players scored in double figures — Tess Cecrle 14, Holly Delay 13 and Lauren Wyatt 11. Delay also had eight rebounds, three steals and three assists; Cecrle, seven blocked shots, five rebounds, three steals; Wyatt, four assists.

Aundrea Bruna led the team in rebounds with nine. Grace Otott posted three assists.

 

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