Wrestling Team 8th After First Day
The Chillicothe Hornet Wrestling
team had mixed success in the first two rounds of the District
Wrestling Tournament held in Excelsior Springs. The top four seeds
in each weight class advance to the State tournament.
Individually for Chillicothe\:
106: Jacob Chapman had a bye and lost to Savannah by pin
113: Zach Boyles had a bye, lost by pin to Odessa and had a bye
120: Lavery Jones had a bye and lost to Odessa by pin
126: Chase Minnick beat O'Hara by pin in 1:40 and beat Excelsior
Springs by pin in 3:59
132: Aaron Baker beat Excelsior Springs by pin in 0:56 and beat
138: Bryce Larson had a bye and lost to Richmond 4-1
145: Colby Saville had a bye and lost by pin to Odessa
160: Zach Daley had a bye and lost to Odessa 3-2
170: Dean Adkins won by pin over Odessa
in 57 seconds and beat Savannah by pin in 1:56
182: Erek Brose had a bye and lost to Cameron by pin
195: Kayde Burton had a bye and beat Odessa 5-3
220: Max Anderson won by pin over Hogan Prep in 3:20 and lost to
Cameron by pin
285: Alex Barnes had a bye and lost to
Hornets Beat Savannah, now 4-1 in MEC
The Chillicothe Hornets used patience and good shooting to beat
Savannah 47-38 at the Savages Winter Homecoming game. Savannah built
a 4 point lead late in the 1st quarter but Chillicothe answered with
a 9-0 run in the late 1st and early 2nd quarter to lead by five, and
keep the lead for the rest of the game, by as much as 16 points in
the 4th quarter.
Hornets Coach Tim Cool stated Chillicothe played great
defense and displayed great toughness
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Chillicothe was led by Nate McKiddy with 13 points,
Cade Snyder with 11, Brandon Lamp with 10, Walker Graves with 8,
Mason Hayward with 4, Jack Willard with 1 and playing time for Adler
Marshall, Cody Evans and Zach Trout.
JV Boys win, 9th grade
falls at Savannah
The JV Hornets beat Savannah 36-27, led
by Zach Trout with 13 points, Konnor Sewell with 6, Tristen Sewell
with 5, Jonathan Burk with 4, Hayden Montgomery with 3, Isaiah Boon
and Ben Jones with 2 each and Todd Christo with 1
The Savannah 9th grade team put
together a strong 4th quarter to edge Chillicothe 33-25. For the 9th
grade Hornets, Matt Smith had 12 points, Cade Koehly with 3, Peyton
Forck and Matt Anthony with 3 each and William Perry with 2.
Lady Hornets Basketball Team Keeps
Chillicothe Lady Hornets Basketball team scored the first
basket in the game and never trailed in a 58-39 conference win at
Savannah. All 13 Chillicothe Varsity players saw playing time in the
game. Chillicothe Coach Darren Smith said it was another
great effort by his team.
Whitney Clampitt led Chillicothe
with 20 points, Hannah Jones with 9, Katelyn Parkey with 8, Emma
Leamer and Karson Keithley with 6 each, Maggie Leatherman with 4,
Jalynn Reeter with 3, Erin Campbell with 2 and playing time for
Harlie Jones, Mikah Clark, Carly Gardner Liberty Cox and Maddie
Graham. Chillicothe girls are now 19-3 overall and 4-1 in MEC play.
They host Harrisburg on Saturday in a non-conference game.
JV/9th Grade Lady Hornets Make It A Clean Sweep
The Chillicothe Junior Varsity team beat Savannah
JV 41-23. Maggie Pfaff had 11 points, Maddi Graham and Devin Dowell
with 6 each, Harlie Jones and Elena Boon with 4 each, Laney Gaston
and Kennedie Kieffer with 3 each, Catey Trout with 2 and Liberty Cox
and Mykel Heese with 1 each.
The Chillicothe 9th Grade Girls team had a
convincing win over Savannah 45-11. Catey Trout had 11, Kennedie
Kieffer and Gracy Reeter with 9 each, Devin Dowell with 7, Addie
Ficken with and, Laney Gaston with 4.
CLAA Tournament Scores - Thursday
Semifinals - Thursday
Southwest 59 Tina Avalon girls 50
Norborne 54 Northwestern girls 45
Norborne 67 Northwestern boys 57
Tina Avalon 64 Hardin Central boys 43
Bishop Hogan Opens With Wins
Hogan Memorial School 5th and 6th grade girls beat Spickard 36-15.
Sophia Leutticke 10, Jessica Reeter 10, Essie Hicks 6, Izzy
Montgomery 4, Ellie Barnett 2, Alexis Anderson 2
The Bishop Hogan Boys win 42-6. Carter Crawford 16,
Carson Crawford 8, Conner Hobbs 8, Kyan Hobbs 6, Jake Gray 2,
Jackson Reeter 2.