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Volleyball beats Maryville On Road 10/9
     The Chillicothe Volleyball team beat Maryville on the road 25-22, 25-21. Carly Gardner had 5 points with 1 ace, 8 assists and 1 dig, Claire Chapman had 4 points, 13 assists and 8 digs, Emma Leamer had 2 kills and 1 block, Hannah Jones  had 2 points, 2 kills and 6 digs, Katelyn Parkey had 1 point, 1 ace, 10 kills, 1 block, 2 assists and 4 digs, Maggie Leatherman had one point and 3 digs, Randi Mammen had 7 kills, Rebecca Stull had 1 kill, 1 block and 1 assist and Whitney Clampitt had 14 points with 1 ace, 8 kills, 3 assists and 7 digs.
     The Junior Varsity team lost 16-25, 15-25. Ruthie Vinson had 3 kills and 7 service points
     The 9th Grade Lady Hornets won 23-25, 25-19, 15-7. Elli Ross had 18 assists, Kylee Larson with 6 digs, Kennedie Kieffer 7 kills and Maggie Pfaff and Carey Trout had 9 service points each.

Hornets Soccer Edge Benton
The Chillicothe Boys Soccer team edged St Joseph Benton at home 1-0. Cody Evans had the only goal in the game, coming off an assist by Lane Bonderer in the 29th minute. Trey Batye had two saves on goal for Chillicothe.
     The Hornets JV team won 2-0 with goals from Brennen Munson and Drew Toedebusch. Nate Brooks had the shut out on goal.

Softball Season Ends in Semifinals
     The Chillicothe Girls Softball season has come to an end in the District Tournament. Chillicothe opened the tournament with a 5-4 win over Maryville then lost in the semi-finals to #2 seed Lafayette 9-2. Chillicothe ends the season at 14-12, their first winning season since finishing 2nd in state in 2011. Lafayette will play #1 seed Benton for the District Championship

Area District Softball Scores
Class 1 District 13:
Grundy County 11, Tri County 1
Semifinals: Grundy County vs Green City, Linn County vs Meadville

Class 1 District 8
Semifinals: Salisbury vs Slater, Northwestern of Mendon vs Hale

Class 1 District 7
Hardin Central 13, Tina Avalon 3
Braymer 8, Southwest of Ludlow 7 (8 innings)
Semifinals: Hardin Central vs Norborne, Braymer vs Polo

Class 2 District 15
Lawson 12, Carrollton 2
Semifinals: Lawson vs Lathrop, Hamilton vs Gallatin

Kelly Westphal Heads to State Tennis
      Chillicothe's #1 girls tennis player Kelly Westphal has qualified for the state singles tournament. Westphal beat an Excelsior Springs player in sectionals 6-1, 6-3 to qualify for the state meet. Meanwhile, the Lady Hornets Tennis Team will face a familiar foe in the first round of the state team tournament when they face Marshall on October 10th. Marshall beat Chillicothe in the regular season 9-0.

Lamp's 3 Goals Leads Hornets Soccer Win
Chillicothe's Brandon Lamp had three goals and one assist to lead the Hornets Soccer team to a 6-0 home win over Lafayette. Lamp scored in the 8th minute off a Nate McKiddy assist. Cody Evans scored in the 14th minute off a Lane Bonderer assist then it was Lamp again in the 33rd minute for a 3-0 lead at intermission.
     Bonderer scored in the 42nd minute off a Lamp assist, Nate McKiddy scored in the 63rd minute off a Bonderer assist and Lamp finished out the scoring in the 66th minute off a Ridge Howe assist. Goalkeeper Trey Batye had 5 saves on goal.
     Lafayette won the JV match 1-0.



Cross Country Boys 2nd at Excelsior Springs 10/7
Six Chillicothe runners medaled in the Excelsior Springs Cross Country meet. The Hornet cross Country boys team finished in 2nd place, led by Layne Worman in 4th, Robbie Parkey in 6th, Gunnar Young 12th and Zach Holland in 14th, with all four earning a medal. Ben Hayen was 42nd, Tanner Hobbs 47th and Tristan Carmack 62nd.
     In the Girls Cross Country race, Ayat Youssef was 10th and earned a medal, Skylar Mullikan 45h, Belle Showalter 56th and Monica Holland 57th.
     In the Boys JV race, Jacob Parkes was 9th and medaled, Matt Mumper 55th Aidrian Carden 56th, Dakota Brady 71st, Brayden Vance 78th Zach Girres 96th and Colin Carlton 104th.

8th Grade Football wins, 7th Grade loses
The Chillicothe 8th Grade Football team beat Marshall 34-6. Westley Brandsgaard threw a long touchdown pass to Jaden Winder to start the scoring. Brandsgaard ran it in from 3 yards out with Brock Gott running the conversion. Gott scored later from 5 yards out, Brandsgaard ran it in from 25 yards out then passed to Hayen for the conversion and Isaih Kille returned a punt 70 yards for the final touchdown.
     The 7th grade lost to Marshall 36-8 with Donald McCracken scoring on a 65 yard run and Conner Keithley running the 2 point conversion.

Volleyball Gets Senior Night Win 10/6
.     The Chillicothe Girls Volleyball team beat Hamilton in straight games 25-14, 25-16 on Senior Night. Carly Gardner had 4 points with 2 aces, 13 assists and 2 digs, Claire Chapman had 5 points with 3 aces, 1 kill and 9 assists, Emma Leamer had 1 kill, 2 assists and 2 digs, Hannah Jones had 2 points, 1 kill and 2 digs, Katelyn Parkey had 4 points with 2 aces and 13 kills, Maggie Leatherman had 11 points with 1 ace and 2 digs, Randy Mammen had 3 kills and 1 assist, Rebecca Stull had 1 dig and Whitney Clampitt had 3 points,  7 kills and 1 assist. The Junior Varsity won 25-13, 25-13 with Lexi Shoemaker with 13 points, Libby Cox with 11 points and Ruthie Vinson with 7 kills.

Chillicothe Golfers Fail to Qualify for State 10/6
       Chillicothe's three representatives at Sectional Golf failed to qualify for the state tournament. Grace Venner and Hannah Sherrow each shot a 116 and Courtney Reger a 117 at the Cameron course.  A Maryville golfer was the medalist with a 7 over par. Savannah was the team champions with a 381 with Brookfield 2nd with a 383.

Trenton Softball rolls over Chillicothe
The Trenton Girls Softball team picked up a convincing win over Chillicothe 12-2 in five innings. Mollie Jones, Gracie Ellis and Harlie Jones took turns pitching, combining to give up 12 runs off 12 hits. At the plate, Harlie Jones and Keely Eckert had two hits each and Maddie Graham had one hit for Chillicothe.
     The Trenton Junior Varsity also won 13-4. Jylian Davis and Gracie Ellis combined to allow 11 earned runs off 12 hits with 5 walks and 5 strike outs. McKayla Shady had 2 hits, Laney Gaston, Jylian Davis and Bailey Pithan had 1 hit each

JV Football wins, 9th Grade loses to Savannah

     The Chillicothe JV Football team had a big win over Savannah, 47-6 Brett Young had a 14 yard touchdown pass to Trace Staton Josh Kille had a 17 yard touchdown run, Bryce Larson had a 70 yard kick off return Adler Marshall had a 5 yard touchdown, Larson with an interception return for a touchdown, Kille with a 4 yard touchdown run and Konner Sewell with a 31 yard touchdown run.
     The Chillicothe 9th Grade football team lost 34-20 at Savannah. Chillicothe scored on a 56 yard Cade Koehly run and 2 point conversion from Lavery Jones to Gage Kirkland, a 3rd quarter touchdown by Koehly and a 4th quarter 19 yard pass from Matt Smith to Peyton Forck.