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Hornets Hang To Beat Macon
      The Chillicothe Hornets needed 12 of 18 free throws in the fourth quarter to hang on and beat Macon 63-57 in Boys Basketball. Chillicothe led by 18 points in the third quarter only to see Macon whittle it away to just 3 points late in the 4th quarter. Macon's 6'10" Jon Murray had just 7 points at halftime but finished with 27 including 16 of his team's 29 fourth quarter points.
Chillicothe Coach Tim Cool said #35 Jon Murray was just tough to stop
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     Chillicothe was led by four players in double figures: Mason Hayward with 19, Cade Snyder with 17, Nate McKiddy and Brandon Lamp with 10 each, Cody Evans with 4, Austin Morse with 3 and playing time for Walker Graves, Austin Sharp and Ian Smith.
     With the 63-57 win, Chillicothe boys are now 5-1 on the season for the first time since 2005.

Lady Hornets Beat Macon, Remain Undefeated
The Chillicothe Lady Hornets relied on Sophomore Whitney Clampitt's scoring punch to beat Macon at home 37-28 in a defensive battle. Clampitt had 12 of her 18 points in the second half to hold onto a lead most of the game. Macon scored the first two points but Chillicothe led the rest of the game but never by more than 10 points.
      Lady Hornets Coach Darren Smith was pleased with his team's defensive effort
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      In addition to Clampitt's 18 points, Katelyn Parkey had 8, Emma Leamer with 4, Hallee Jones, Erin Campbell and Randi Mammen with 2 each, Mikah Clark with 1 and playing time for Hannah Jones, Karson Keithley, Maggie Leatherman and Jalynn Reeter.
     The Lady Hornets remain perfect at 6-0 while Macon falls to 4-2.


Hornets Double Up Excelsior Springs 12/16
     The Chillicothe Hornets basketball team showed little rust after having all last week off with a 64-32 home win over Excelsior Springs. Chillicothe scored the first 7 points in the game and never looked back. Chillicothe outscored the tigers by 20 points in the final quarter.
Coach Tim Cool said it was just a good night for his Hornet team.
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     Cade Snyder had 8 of the team's 12 first quarter points and finished with 16 in the game. Mason Hayward had 10, Nate McKiddy with 9, Brandon Lamp with 8, Cody Evans with 6,, Austin Morse and Walker Graves with 4, Austin Sharp with 3, Jesse Miller and Adler Marshall with 2 and playing time for Zach Trout.

JV Boys lose, 9th Grade Wins
     The Excelsior Springs JV beat Chillicothe 49-33. Ian Smith led Chillicothe with 10 points, Zach Trout with 9, Jesse Miller with 6, Adler Marshall with 4, Gunnar Leach and Tristian Sewell with 2.
     The Chillicothe 9th Grade beat Excelsior Springs 36-29. Jonathan Burk had 10, Jack Willard with 7, Jacob Anderson with 4, Caden Jenkins, Konnor Sewell and Eric Davis with 3 each, Isaiah Boon, Josh Kille and Hayden Montgomery with 2 each.

JV Wrestlers Do Well at Excelsior Springs Tournament
      Several Chillicothe JV wrestlers brought home gold from Saturday's Excelsior Springs JV Tournament. Team scores were not kept.
      Hornet Wrestlers that went 3-0 and took first were Anthony Braden, Joey Thompson, Ben Brooks, Colby Saville, Paul Vaught, Preston Hayes, Michael Findling and Tommy Thompson. Others competing were Erek Brose 1-2, Trace Staton 1-2, Jason Greer 0-3 and Dakota Brady 0-3

Lady Hornets Down Excelsior Springs

     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Basketball team scored the first six points in the game and never trailed in a 51-23 win at Excelsior Springs. Whitney Clampitt had the hot hand early, scoring 12 of the team's 19 first quarter points.
      Coach Darren Smith said this was a learning experience for his team
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      Smith said there were good things he saw from his team including their defense and offensive rebounding
      Clampitt finished with 14 points, the only player on either team in double figures. Hannah Jones had 9, Katelyn Parkey with 7, Karson Keithley and Hallee Jones with 6 each, Erin Campbell with 4, Mikah Clark with 3, Maggie Leatherman with 2 and playing time for Randi Mammen, Emma Leamer, Carly Gardner and Jalynn Reeter.

     In a wild finish, the JV Lady Hornets won 69-62 in overtime. Chillicothe led by 20 points after three quarters but had to pull several starters due to quarter limitations between combined JV and Varsity game action. Excelsior Springs tied the game at 58 at the end of regulation. Five of the eight Lady Tigers fouled out in the game and Chillicothe JV Coach Terry McKiddy pulled some of his players out to keep the game at 4 on 4, and finally 3 on 3 for the final minute.
     Randi Mammen led Chillicothe JV with 26 points, Erin Campbell with 15 first half points, Carly Gardner with , Emma Leamer with 7, Jalynn Reeter with 6, Skylar Ewing with 4 and Sheridan Guilford with 3.