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Chillicothe Basketball Jamboree 11/22
     The Chillicothe Varsity Basketball teams had a chance to scrimmage against other teams in the 2nd Annual Pre-Season Basketball Jamboree. For the Lady Hornets their first game ended in a 20-20 tie with East Buchanan while their second game was a convincing 29-13 win over Brookfield. Games were three quarters of six minutes each and official final scores were not kept.
     Lady Hornets Coach Darren Smith thought his team's second game performance was better than their first.
         <Audio: Coach Darren Smith>
     On the Boys side, Chillicothe used an up-tempo style of play to beat East Buchanan 40-19, then played a lot of underclassmen in the second game for a 32-21 win over Brookfield. Hornets Coach Tim Cool saw a lot of good things from his team.
          <Audio: Tim Cool>
      The teams now prepare for what is still scheduled to be a girls/boys doubleheader on Tuesday for the first official games of the season.



Hamilton Football Season Ends 11/22
     There will be no Show-Me Bowl appearance this season for Hamilton after a 48-39 loss to Westran in Friday night's Class 1 semi-final game. Hamilton trailed 20-7 early before battling back to tie the game at 20 by halftime. Hamilton trailed by one point later in the second half but couldn't stop the Westran offense.
     In other semi-final results: Class 3 Oak Grove 49, California 14, Class 4 Cape Girardeau Center 42, St Charles West 21, in Class 5 Nixa beat Park Hill 22-10 and Battle High of Columbia beat Ladue 34-6. Other semi-final games will be Saturday afternoon.



CMS vs Cameron Basketball Results 11/22
      7th Grade Boys "A" Team beat Cameron 43-7, led by Westley Braansgard with 25 points. Chillicothe "B" team won 32-6 led by Clayton Walker with 10.
      7th Grade Girls "A" Team beat Cameron 30-6 led by Hunter Keithley with 13, Jordan Hibner with 7, Kiley Kirkpatrick 4, Montana Hall 4 and Lainie Cowan with 2
      7th Grade Girls "B" Team lost at the buzzer 16-14. Callaway Chapman had 6, Alayna Mason 4, Sophie Askvig 2 and Macy Cavanah with 2.

Thursday Basketball Results
     Chillicothe 7th Grade vs Marshall
     Girls A team: Chillicothe 31, Marshall 10, For Chillicothe: Hunter Keithley 11, Magy Thomas 10, Montana Hall 4, Jordan Hibner 4
     Girls B team (2 Quarters) Chillicothe 8, Marshall 2 For Chillicothe: Alayna Mason 4, Sophie Asking 2
Boys A team: Chillicothe 55, Marshall 39, For Chillicothe: Braandsgard 24, Gott 10
     Boys B team: Chillicothe 10, Marshall 5 (no scoring totals provided)
Bishop Hogan vs Hale
     Hale Girls 43, Bishop Hogan 14. For Bishop Hogan: Maggie Pfaff 5, Carleigh Crawford 4, Kennedie Kiefer 2, Sydney Baxter 2, Riley Brobst 1
     Hale Boys 24, Bishop Hogan 23: For Bishop Hogan: Mason Baxter 8, CJ Pfaff 6, Eli cross 5, Logan Potts 2, Malachi Whitson 2

Hornets Basketball Jamboree
Chillicothe will host East Buchanan and Brookfield for a three team pre-season basketball Jamboree. Each team will play three, 6 minute quarters vs an opponant. Team scoring and fouls will be kept on the scoreboard to cleared after each quarter.
Girls games start at 5:00pm: Chillicothe vs East Buchanan, Brookfield vs East Buchanan, Chillicothe vs Brookfield. Boys games start at 7:15pm with the same order of games.
     Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students.

Boys Soccer Team Honored
     The record setting Chillicothe Boys Soccer team was honored at their annual banquet. The team won the school's first ever Boys Soccer District Championship. Coach Tim Cunningham stated it was a very memorable season
          <Audio: Tim Cunningham>
     The Varsity team finished 13-5 and finished 2nd in the Midland Empire Conference Race. The team set a school record with a goals-per-game average of 5.6. Cunningham didn't give any individual awards, stating he believes in a team concept.

Boys Soccer Dominate Post Season Honors
     A  record number of Hornet soccer players received post season honors this season. Prior to this year, the Hornet Soccer program had a total of just five players named first team all conference. This season, a total of eight Hornets were named all conference with four of them named first team. All four were also the top vote getters in their respective position.
     First Team All Conference: Goalkeeper Trey Batye, Defender Nate McKiddy, Mid Fielder Derek Hussey and Forward Jon Kline.
     Second Team All Conference were Cal Toedebusch and Dylan Clark, and Honorable Mention All Conference were Zach Graves and Brandon Murray
    The All District team has also been announced with 7 Hornets honored. Named first team All District were Nate McKiddy, Dylan Clark, Jon Kline and Derek Hussey. Named Honorable Mention All District were Trey Batye, Brandon Murray and Cal Toedebusch.


Cross Country Teams Honored 11/19
     The state-qualifying Chillicothe Hornets Cross Country team was honored at their annual banquet. This year's boys team was just the third boys team in school history to qualify for the state meet as a team.
     Honors included Most Improved Girl: Skylar Mullikin; Most Improved Boy: Noah Holland; 4 Year Letter Winner: Austin Mosier; All District: Robbie Parkey; All Conference: Robbie Parkey and Layne Worman