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8th Grade Hornets to Consolation Final 12/01
     The Chillicothe 8th grade boys basketball team beat Cameron 42-23 to advance to the consolation game of the Bode Tournament in St Joseph. Seth Hansen led Chillicothe with 10 points, Carter Allen 9, Hayden Simmer 8, Julian Flemming 7, Dalton Ripley 4, Tucker Burtch and Trey Tipton with 2 each and playing time for Keenan Brake, Dyson Mentzer, Caleb Vance, Braden Constant, Colby Gillespie, Landon Swift, Myles Cobb and Kamryn Rinehart


Wednesday Tournament Results
12/01
Northwestern Tournament Consolation Semifinals
Meadville Girls 43, Brunswick 27
Bucklin/Macon County Girls 46, Keytesville 33
Brunswick Boys 60, Bucklin/Macon County 49
Keytesville Boys 65, Hale 68

 

Gallatin Tournament Consolation Semifinals
Polo Girls 58, Gilman City 47
Winston Girls 28, Maysville 27

Maysville Boys 68, Gilman City 46

Polo Boys 54, Hardin Central 51

Albany Tournament Consolation Semifinals
Princeton Girls 43, Albany 26

Worth County Girls 59, Pattonsburg 42

South Harrison Boys 64, Albany 49

Pattonsburg Boys 45, Princeton 41

Novinger Tournament
Consolation Semifinals

Atlanta Girls 54, Newtown Harris 14

Milan Boys 60, Atlanta 32

Semifinals

Scotland County Girls 73, Milan 14

LaPlata Boys 47, Green City 38

 

Hornets Basketball Edges LeBlond Boys 11/30
     Senior Cade Snyder had an unofficial double-double to help the Hornets Boys Basketball team to a 49-42 win over St Joseph LeBlond in the Savannah Tournament. Snyder fought off a cold first half to finish with 21 points and 11 rebounds in the game. It was Snyder's free throws in the fourth quarter that helped with the win. Snyder went 7 of 8 and Jack Willard went 3 of 6 at the free throw line in the 4th quarter to keep the lead and secure the win.

     Coach Tim Cool said after the first half, his team just needed to relax.
          <Audio: Coach Tim Cool>
     In addition to Snyder's 21 points, Jack Willard had 12 points, Walker Graves with 9, Zach Trout, Adler Marshall and Westley Brandsgaard had 2 each with playing time for Ben Jones, Konner Sewell, Jonathan Burk and Hayden Montgomery.
     Chillicothe Boys play Staley Thursday at 7:00pm at the Savannah tournament with the Lady Hornets taking on Savannah at 8:30 on Thursday

CHS Freshmen Teams Win
11/30
The Chillicothe 9th grade Lady Hornets beat Lathrop 39-30, led by Hunter Keithley's 21 points, Jordan Hibner and Kiley Kirkpatrick with 6 each, Magy Thomas with 4 and Kennedy Corzette with 2
The Chillicothe 9th grade Boys beat Lathrop 46-34, led by Jaden Winder with 13, CJ Pfaff with 11, Brad Hayen with 10, Luke Hopper with 5, Bradley Riley with 3, Isaak Rasche and Hunter Rader with 2 each.

 

Area Scores from Tuesday Basketball 11/30
Other Savannah Tournament Games
Platte County over Savannah Boys 53-34
Maryville Girls over St Joseph Central JV 59-51
Savannah Girls over St Joseph LeBlond 50-12

Gallatin Tournament
Trenton Girls over Polo 52-24
Trenton Boys over Polo 56-35
Gallatin Girls over Maysville 70-24
Gallatin Boys over Maysville 49-39

Albany Tournament
South Harrison Girls over Worth County 48-47 in overtime
Worth County Boys over Pattonsburg 63-36
Stanberry Girls over Pattonsburg 60-23
Stanberry Boys over Albany 67-23

Northwestern of Mendon Tournament
Higbee Girls over Brunswick 72-22
Higbee Boys over Brunswick 55-30
Hale Girls over Keytesville 50-30
Northwestern Boys over Hale 71-41

Novinger Tournament
LaPlata Girls over Novinger 61-44
Scotland County Boys over Newtown Harris 70-21
Green City Girls over Brashear 71-24

Novinger Boys over Brashear 74-31

Non Tournament Scores
Cameron Boys over East Buchanan 47-41

Santa Fe girls over Tina Avalon 50-43
Santa Fe Boys over Tina Avalon 72-23
Mid Buchanan Girls over Southwest 53-30
Mid Buchanan Boys over Southwest 79-24
Grundy County Girls over Bevier 54-18
Bevier Boys over Grundy County 53-38

Brookfield Girls over Carrollton 68-32
Carrollton Boys over Brookfield 63-33

Breckenridge Girls over Tri County 48-38
Tri County Boys over Breckenridge 58-49


All MEC Team Features Hornets
11/29
The Chillicothe Hornets football team is well represented on the 2016 All Conference Football team with 16 Hornet players filling 6 first team positions, 8 second team positions and 7 honorable mention positions.
Josh Kille 1st Team Running Back; Walker Graves 1st Team Offensive Lineman, 1st Team Defensive Lineman; Max Anderson 1st Team Offensive Lineman; Jack Willard 1st Team Kicker, 2nd Team Punter; Trace Staton 1st Team Defensive Special; Teams player, 2nd Team Linebacker; Tanner Lent 2nd Team Running Back; Kade Plattner 2nd Team Tight End; Brett Shaffer 2nd Team Offensive Special Teams Player, 2nd Team linebacker, Honorable Mention Receiver; Cade Snyder 2nd Team Defensive Back, Honorable Mention Quarterback; Brad Mosier 2nd Team Defensive Lineman; Dean Adkins Honorable Mention Fullback; Ty Figg Honorable Mention Receiver; Trevor Bowling Honorable Mention Offensive Lineman; Eric Davis Honorable Mention Offensive Lineman; Preston Hayes Honorable Mention Linebacker; Kayde Burton Honorable Mention Defensive Lineman

Another Big Win for Lady Hornets Basketball
11/29
     Chillicothe Senior Whitney Clampitt scored 11 first quarter points to help the Lady Hornets roll up an early lead in a 67-13 win over St Joseph Bishop LeBlond in the first round of the Savannah Tournament.
     The outside shooting was a key to the offense with Chillicothe getting 11 treys in the game while LeBlond went 0-6 from outside on the night.
     In addition to Clampitt's 18 points, Hannah Jones had 15, Katelyn Parkey with 7, Jalynn Reeter and Karson Keithley each with 6, Maggie Leatherman, Emma Leamer and Kennedie Kieffer with 4 each, Harlie Jones with 3, and playing time for Mikah Clark Carly Gardner, Maddie Graham Liberty Cox, Maggie Pfaff, Catey Trout and Sheridan Guilford.

 

 

Area Basketball From Monday 11/29

Savannah Tournament
Staley Girls 56, St Joe Central JV 30
Staley Boys 74, St Joe Bishop LeBlond 31
Maryville Boys 44, Savannah 27

Northwestern of Mendon Tournament
Northwestern Girls 56, Meadville 49

Meadville Boys 63, Bucklin/Macon Co 17
Linn Co Girls 58, Bucklin/Macon Co 4
Linn Co Boys 71, Keytesville 47

Novinger Tournament
Scotland Co girls 77, Newtown-Harris 4
LaPlata Boys 66, Atlanta 27
Milan Girls 58, Atlanta 45
Green City Boys 78, Milan 69

Gallatin Tournament
Hardin Central Girls 43, Winston 21

Braymer Boys 64, Hardin-Central 49

Braymer girls 75, Gilman City 29
Winston Boys 72, Gilman City 26

Albany Tournament
Jefferson Girls 51, Albany 21
Jefferson Boys 55, Princeton 51 OT
King City Girls 53, Princeton 49
King City Boys 67, South Harrison 57

Non Tournament Games

Brookfield Girls 54, Harrisburg 27
Harrisburg Boys 91, Brookfield 73
St Joe Benton 56, Odessa 48



Lady Hornets Win Big at Hamilton
11/23
    
Chillicothe scored the first 15 points and went on to win at Hamilton 60-18 in Girls Basketball. Hamilton's first and only basket of the 1st quarter came with 2:26 left in the first quarter. Chillicothe led by 20 or more points for most of the last three quarters.
     While it was not perfect, Chillicothe Coach Darren Smith was pleased with the victory
          <Audio: Coach Darren Smith>
     Chillicothe was led by Whitney Clampitt with 17 points, Katelyn Parkey with 11, Emma Leamer with 7, Maggie Leatherman, Mikah Clark and Jalynn Reeter with 6 each, Hannah Jones with 4, Karson Keithley with 3 and playing time for Carly Gardner, Harlie Jones and Sheridan Guilliford.
     Hamilton was led by Tegan Bruce with 5 points.
     The Chillicothe Junior Varsity team also had a "running clock" in the 4th quarter in a 45-14 win. Kennedie Kieffer had 12, Maggie Pfaff with 10, Jordan Hibner and Laney Gaston with 5 each, Maddi Graham and Hunter Keithley both with 4, Harlie Jones, Liberty Cox both with 2 and Catey Trout with 1.


CMS 8th Grade Girls Now 5-0
11/23
      The Chillicothe 8th grade girls basketball team improved to 5-0 with a 32-26 win over Savannah. Kaylee Munson led the Lady Hornets with 12 points, Ella Leamer with 7, Brooke Horton and Maya Snyder with 5 each, Gabby Hapes with 3 and playing time for Emily Pfiefer and Halle Jones.
    The 8th Grade B team also won 32-1. Cailie Hines had  points in the 4th quarter including two treys, Gabby Hapes had 8 points, Kyllie Burgess and Summer Drake had 6, Aaliyah Saucedo and Halle Jones had 2 and playing time for Bekah Baker.


Tuesday Area High School Basketball Scores
11/23

Girls Scores
Benton 41, St Teresa's Academy 27

Savannah 55, Harrisonville 46

Macon 44, Cameron 26

Hardin Central 49, Brunswick 20

Breckenridge 32, Newtown-Harris 2

South Harrison 52, Winston 24

Gallatin 47, Pattonsburg 16

Trenton 49, East Buchanan 39

Marceline 45, Brookfield 41

Boys Scores

Cameron 27, Macon 25

Hardin Central 54, Brunswick 39

Newtown Harris 58, Breckenridge 37

Winston 53, South Harrison 37

Gallatin 48m Pattonsburg 29

Trenton 52, East Buchanan 42

Brookfield 5, Marceline 53


 

Monday High School Basketball Results 11/22

Girls Scores

Lathrop 41, Bishop LeBlond 23

Tina Avalon 41, Braymer 34

Macon County/Bucklin 38, Keytesville 30

Linn County 57, Grundy County 48

Mercer 72, Hale/Bosworth 32

Orrick 49, Polo 20

Boys Scores
Benton 61, Raytown South 53

Bishop LeBlond 61, West Platte 34

Braymer 46, Tina Avalon 16

Keytesville 63, Macon Co/Bucklin 32
Linn County 61, Grundy County 38
Mercer 85, Hale/Bosworth 15
Polo 63, Orrick 45


CMS 8th Grade Teams Win 11/22
     The Chillicothe 8th grade boys basketball team beat Trenton 43-18. Chillicothe was led by Carter Allen with 15, Hayden Simmer 14, Tucker Burtch 4,, Julian Flemming 3, Seth Hansen 2, Landon Swift 2, Myles Cobb 2, Trey Tipton 1 and playing time for Keenan Brake, Caleb Vance, Braden Constant, Colby Gillespie, Dalton Ripley and Kamryn Rinehart
     The Chillicothe 8th grade girls basketball team improved to 4-0 with a 42-27 win over Trenton. Chillicothe was led by Brooke Horton with 17, Ella Leamer with 10, Kaylee Munson 6, Gabby Hapes 5, and Maya Snyder with 4.


CMS 7th Grade Boys Win
11/22
    
The Chillicothe 7th Grade boys beat the Trenton Bulldogs at CMS 39 to 7 securing their second straight A team victory. The Hornets were led in scoring by Brock Ward with 9 points, followed by Chace Corbin and Kyle Young with 6 each. Other scorers included Demarcus Kelow (4) Drake Cosgrove (3) Carson Crawford (2) Ben Pithan (2) Nate King (2) Cameron Fleener (2) Logan Distler (2) and Quentin Cranmer (1).-Other Hornets with playing time included Anderson Dejesus, Nick Heldenbrand, Joshua Gault, and Emmett Young.


Hamilton and Maryville Win Semi Final Games
11/20
     The Penney High of Hamilton Hornets beat three time defending Class 1 Champions St Genevieve Valle 33-19 to advance to the state championship for the first time since 2012 when they beat Valle for the championship and marks the third straight Hamilton win over Valle, twice in the title game. It marks the first time since 2008 that Valle Catholic will not in the show-me bowl.
Hamilton will take on Monroe City for the title. The Panthers beat Lincoln 34-28 Hamilton plays the 11-3 Monroe City team on the 26th at 3:00pm in Springfield
     In Class 2 Trinity Catholic beat Lawson 45-29 and will face Lamar, a 62-19 winner over Brentwood
     In Class 3 Maryville from the MEC had 3 touchdowns from John Zimmerman in a 42-6 win over Miller Career Academy in St Louis. The Spoofhounds defense forced 5 turnovers in the game. Maryville will face Monett (13-1) for the title game the 26th at 11:00am. Monett beat McCluer South 42-0 to advance to the title game
     Class 4 title game will be Kearney against Harrisonville on the 25th at 7:00pm
     Class 5 title game will be Vianney vs Fort Zumwalt North.