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Wed
07
Feb
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Lady Wildcats slip by Washington County

Behind a strong first half, Hanover boys take down WashCo. 

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Hanover and Washington County basketball teams met for the second time this season, with the outcome being the same — Hanover defeating Washington. But this time the scores were closer.

The Lady Wildcats edged WCHS in last Tuesday’s game 49-44. The game was tied at the end of three period at 33-33, then Hanover dropped in 16 points in the final stanza while holding the Tigers to 11.

In their first meeting on Dec. 19, which was non-league, Hanover bombed Washington County 70-38.

 

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Wed
07
Feb
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Hanover teams beat Frankfort

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Hanover played host to Frankfort last Friday and sent FHS home on the losing end in both girls and boys action.

The Hanover girls opened with a 56-40 victory over Frankfort.

Macy Doebele’s 19 points led scoring for HHS. She also brought down seven rebounds and had three assists. Tianna Lohse finished with 10 points, five rebounds, three steals and three assists, Taylor Klipp was credited with eight rebounds and two steals, and Claire Zarybnicky had four assists and three steals.

 

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Wed
31
Jan
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Tigers take down Bulldogs

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Twin Valley League match-up between Washington County and Linn was played Tuesday, Jan. 23, at LHS, with the Tigers emerging as the victors in both boys’ and girls’ action.

The girls’ game saw WCHS defeat Linn 57-42. Tess Cecrle pumped in 23 points on three 2-pointers, four 3-pointers and five free throws. She also had six assists, four rebounds and three steals.

 

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Wed
31
Jan
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Lady Tigers win one on the road over Doniphan West

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Washington County High School basketball teams made the long road trip last Friday to face Doniphan West and by the end of the evening, the Lady Tiger had won their game, while the boys fell to D-West which is ranked second in state in Class 1A, Division 1.

The Lady Tigers won their game 60-48. Three players finished the game in double figures — Grace Otott 20, Tess Cecrle 14 and Aundrea Bruna 12. Bruna also had 14 rebounds and three steals.

 

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Wed
24
Jan
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Hanover boys beat Clifton-Clyde to reach TVL championship game

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Hanover, seeded second in the boys’ bracket of the Twin Valley League Tournament, met up with No. 3 seed, Clifton- Clyde, in the semifinals of the tournament Friday at Onaga. HHS jumped to a 42-25 firsthalf lead then cruised to an 81-57 victory over the Eagles.

Ten players made the scorebook for the Wildcats with four finishing in double figures — Carlos Emanuel 18, Brennan Zabokrtsky 15, Carter Bruna 14 and Pete Peters 10.

 

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Wed
24
Jan
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Lady Wildcats take home fourth at TVL tournmanet

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Hanover High School girls faced off with Frankfort in the third-place game of the Twin Valley League tournament Saturday at Onaga. Despite a comeback effort, HHS lost to Frankfort 46-47.

Macy Doebele’s 16 points led scoring for Hanover. Claire Zarybnicky added 10. In the rebound department, Tianna Lohse, Doebele and Taylor Klipp grabbed four each. Lohse also had four assists, while Doebele had three assists and two steals. Zarybnicky was credited with two steals.

 

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Wed
17
Jan
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Washington County edges Linn in TVL opener

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Washington County High School boys entered the Twin Valley League Tournament with the No. 12 seed, and took on No. 5 seed Linn in an opening round game Saturday at Onaga. When the final buzzer sounded it was the Tigers who emerged as the 45-43 winners, sending Linn to the consolation bracket.

The Bulldogs jumped to a 18-7 first quarter lead. Then Washington slowly chipped away, eventually taking the 2-point lead. Linn’s closing seconds 3-point shot fell short of its mark.

Carson Talkington led the scoring chart for the Tigers with 10 points. He also had one blocked shot. Wyatt Bentz grabbed eight rebounds and had one blocked shot. Scuyler Zenger was credited with three steals while Tyler Nelson had two.

 

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Wed
17
Jan
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CCHS girls advance

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

No. 4 seed, the Clifton-Clyde girls, advanced to the second round of the Twin Valley League tournament after bumping Onaga 49-23 in a first-round game Saturday at Onaga. The Eagles outscored No. 13 Onaga in each of the four quarters.

Emily Coffman and Jaysie Bowser shared scoring honors with 13 points each. Coffman also brought down nine rebounds, handed out three assists and had one blocked shot. Bowser was credited with seven steals and two assists.

Mallory Callihan finished the game with six rebounds, Payton Girard had four rebounds and two assists, and Julia Douglas had four steals.

 

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Wed
10
Jan
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Eagles drop Rams

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

In their first game after the Christmas break, the Clifton-Clyde High School basketball teams had dominating wins over Blue Valley in Twin Valley League games played Tuesday, Jan. 2, at Clyde.

The evening opened with the Lady Eagles defeating Blue Valley 45-28. CCHS outscored the Rams in each of the four quarters.

 

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Wed
10
Jan
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Lady Wildcats hand Centralia first loss

Hanover boys beat Centralia by 16, remain undefeated

By MARCIA HUBBARD

Hanover hosted Centralia in Twin Valley League play last Friday and the Wildcats posted wins over the Panthers in both girls’ and boys’ play.

The Lady Wildcats handed Centralia its first loss of the season with a final score of 42-37.

 

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