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Wed
27
Dec
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Clifton-Clyde teams defeat Linn

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Clifton-Clyde traveled to Linn on Tuesday, Dec. 19, to take on the Linn Bulldogs in Twin Valley League play. At evening’s end, it was the Eagles who outlasted the Bulldogs in both girls’ and boys’ play.

CCHS edged Linn in the girls’ game, 43-37.

Freshman Mallory Callihan led the team in scoring with 10, in rebounds with 11, and also had three steals. Emily Coffman brought down nine rebounds, had five steals and handed out three assists. Payton Girard posted eight rebounds and four steals, Julia Douglas had five steals, and Jaycee Bowser had three steals.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Hanover teams drop Tigers

By MARCIA HUBBARD

Washington County hosted Hanover last Tuesday in non-league action with the Wildcats going home with wins in both girls’ and boys’ play.

Led by Macy Doebele’s 25 points and Tiffany Lohse’s 15 points, HHS downed the Tigers 70-38. Doebele also had five rebounds, five steals, four blocks and four assists; Doebele also brought down eight rebounds.

Claire Zarybnicky was in double figures with 12 points. She also handed out seven assists and had three steals. Taylor Klipp added 10 points.

 

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Wed
20
Dec
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Eagles take down Tigers

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Clifton-Clyde and Washington County basketball teams squared off for the second time in two weeks in Twin Valley League competition Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Clyde. In their previous meeting during games as part of the Cloud County Community College’s early season tournament, CCHS lost to the Lady Tigers in girls’ play, while the Eagles defeated Washington County in boys’ play. This time, CCHS won both contests.

Clifton-Clyde won the girls’ game 54-42. Quarter scores were comparative except for the second. That frame saw the Eagles hold the Tigers to zero points while scoring 13 of their own.

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Wed
20
Dec
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Hanover teams crush Blue Valley

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

Recording 23 steals and grabbing 29 rebounds, the Hanover High School girls’ basketball team more than doubled up on Blue Valley in a Twin Valley League game Tuesday, Dec. 12, at HHS. Jumping to a 40-14 first half lead, the Lady Cats cruised to a 69-33 win over the Rams.

Macy Doebele poured in 23 points on eight field goals and 7-of-9 free throws. She also had five rebounds and five steals. Sophomore Tianna Lohse added 20 points on six 2-pointers, two 3-pointers and two free throws. She also had nine steals and seven rebounds.

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Wed
20
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Hanover boys slip by Diller-Odell

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

The Hanover High School basketball teams traveled north Saturday to play Diller-Odell in non-league play Saturday at Odell, Neb.

The Lady Wildcats pounded their opponent 70-28 which included a 33-2 scoring spree in the first period. Tianna Lohse and Macy Doebele combined for 25 of Hanover’s first quarter scoring. Lohse finished with 21 points, eight steals and four rebounds. Doebele recorded 19 points, 10 rebounds and six steals.

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Wed
20
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Diederich family part of Hanover football championship history

BY JULIE PERRY

The road to Hanover’s first state football title was in 1979 when the Wildcats formed a 2A 11-man team.

Hanover won 20-14 in overtime against McLouth, downed Troy 36-6 and then Frontenac 34-7 to earn a spot in the championship game. In those days teams followed an East-West formula and title games weren’t miles away on a college field. That year Hanover won 6-0 at home against Douglass in what proved to be a defensive battle, Wildcat Jim Seeberger had the only score — a 5-yard run that capped a seven-play 59-yard drive.

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Wed
13
Dec
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Tigers down Wakefield in second round of CCCC tourney

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

In a second-round game of the Cloud County Community College early-season tournament, the Washington County Tigers traveled to Wakefield to take on the Bombers last Friday, Dec. 8.

The WCHS girls, recovering from a loss Tuesday to Frankfort, posted a 48-22 win over Wakefield. The Lady Tigers held WHS to single-digit scoring in each of the four quarters.

Tess Cecrle and Grace Otott scored 10 points each for Washington County. Cecrle also had five rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots. Otott also had four assists. Holly Delay finished with five steals and four assists; Alyssa Kern had five rebounds, Lauren Wyatt posted four assists and five steals, and Aundrea Bruna had six rebounds.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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Hanover teams cruise by Axtell

BY MARCIA HUBBARD

With three players in double figures, the Hanover High School boys’ basketball team opened the new season with a 63-44 win over Axtell in a Twin Valley League game Tuesday at Axtell. Brennan Zabokrtsky topped the scoring chart with 22 points. The HHS senior canned seven 3-point shots and one free throw. Pete Peters added 18 points and led the Wildcats in rebounds with 11. Carter Bruna finished with 12 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

The Wildcats made 10-of-14 free throws and sunk nine 3-pointers.

Kevin Diedrich recorded four steals, Gavin Pralle had eight rebounds and three assists, and Cade Cohorst was credited with three steals.

 

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Wed
06
Dec
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Lady Tigers top Eagles; CCHS boys win in overtime

BY MARCIA HUBBARD/ Sports

Washington County hosted Clifton-Clyde in their opening game of the 2017-18 season. The non-league games were won by the WCHS girls and the CCHS boys. Led by Holly Delay’s 21 points and Tess Cecrle’s 16 points and 12 rebounds, Washington County walked past the Lady Eagles, 55-39. Delay also had two steals.

 

Lauren Wyatt and Aundrea Bruna grabbed five rebounds each. Wyatt also had four assists and five steals, while Bruna recorded one blocked shot. Grace Otott recorded five assists. “The girls came out in the first half and shot the ball very well,” said Lady Tigers coach Jay Kearn.

 

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Wed
06
Dec
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Linn girls lose; boys win over Blue Valley

BY MARCIA HUBBARD/ Sports

The Linn girls lost their first game of the season, while the boys’ team emerged the winners when the Bulldogs hosted Blue Valley in a Twin Valley League basketball game played Friday. The Lady Bulldogs dug themselves a hole in the first half and trailed the Rams 23-12 by halftime.

They were outscored 23-14 in the second half, resulting in a 26-46 loss. Shelby Ohlde made three 2-pointers and 8-of-10 free throws to end the game with 14 points. She also grabbed nine rebounds, had five blocked shots and four steals. Jalee Wohler grabbed five rebounds while Elizabeth Bott and Faith Beikman had three rebounds each. Kaylee Oehmke finished with three steals; Kamryn Smith had three assists.

 

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