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Post 25 AAA Cardinals Weekend Results 5/31
    
The American Legion Post 25 AAA Cardinals went 1-2 in the weekend Hannibal Tournament. The Cardinals opened with a 14-6 win over Ellsbury, thanks to a 9-run first inning. Eight Cardinal players had hits with five players picking up 2 hits in the game. Wade Phillips and Tanner Lent were on the mound for the win.
     In game two, CoMo picked up two runs in the bottom of the 8th for a 5-3 win over the Cardinals. Logan O'Dell led the Cardinal offense with 2 doubles and a single.
     In game three of the tournament, the AAA Cardinals lost to Moberly 11-0 in five innings after giving up 10 runs in the 2nd inning. The Cardinals could manage only 3 hits in the game.


 

Post 25 AA Cardinals Struggle in Tournament 5/31
      The Post 25 AA Cardinals struggles against tough competition in the Sedalia tournament, going 0-4 over the weekend. The AA Cards lost to an Elks team 10-1, lost to Fort Osage 4-3 after a 3-run bottom of the 7th came up one run short. The AA Cardinals lost to Smithton 9-4 and then lost to Sedalia 9-8 when Sedalia scored two in the bottom of the 7th for the win. Trace Staton had the hot bat going 3 for 3 with 3 singles, 2 runs scored and an RBI.

 

 

Hussy has outstanding Season at NCMC 5/31
      A former Chillicothe Hornet had a high degree of success in his first year of Junior College baseball. Derek Hussey, a 2015 graduate of Chillicothe High School, was selected Freshman of the Year for the North Central Missouri College Pirates in Trenton. Hussey had a .320 average, a .428 on base percentage with 5 hits, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs, 21 rbi and 16 stolen bases.
     Hussey will be playing for the Milgram Mustangs in the Ban Johnson league this summer, and will also play for the Trenton American Legion team.



Lady Hornets Soccer All Conference Honors
5/31
    
Four members of the Chillicothe Lady Hornets soccer team earned all conference honors, however all four were selected to the Honorable Mention team. Despite finishing tied for 3rd in the MEC race, no Lady Hornets soccer players were named to the 1st team or 2nd team.
     Earning Honorable Mention selection for Chillicothe were Sarah Graves at Forward, Morgan Grable at Midfielder and Devin Dowell and Kennedie Kieffer at Defenders.
    
Chillicothe finished 10-8-1 overall and 4-3 in the MEC.


Darin Bryan Memorial Day Race Results
5/31
    
Winners in the 16th annual Darin Bryan Memorial Day Race in Chillicothe, sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

Women 5K Winners

Women 10K Winners
14 & Under

Yoo Jung Lee

Kendall McCracken
15-19

Madison King

Ammie Akzam
20-29

Leanne Matthew

<No Entries>
30-39

Jenna Gibson

Amanda Vance
40-49

Terria Cox

Missie Cotton
50-59

Mary Mathew

Jenny Hughes
60-over

Sandra Leamer

<No Entries>
overall champ

Madison King

Amanda Vance
 

Men 5K Winners

Men 10K Winners
14 & Under

Ethan Hoerr

<No Entries>
15-19

Ben Hayen

Lane Worman
20-29

Brock Mashburn

Michael Witten
30-39

Adam Willard

Zach Cannon
40-49

Charles King

Donnie Kamp
50-59

Daniel Jones

Jerry Lucas
60-over

Richard Witten

Ed Douglas
overall champ

Ben Hayen

Michael Witten



Miller, Clampitt Win State Track Gold
5/30
     The Chillicothe track teams brought home their fair share of medals from the State track and field competition, including two state champions. Jesse Miller repeated as State High Jump champion with a winning leap of 6 8 and Whitney Clampitt also brought home first place gold also in the high jump with her leap of 5 4
     Other Lady Hornet competitors included Clampitt earning 4th in the 800 and 5th in the triple jump, Jaime Albertson 5th in the 300 hurdles but missed qualifying for the 100 hurdle finals by 3-hundreds of a second, and the 4x400 relay team of Albertson, Claire Chapman, Gracy Reeter and Clampitt finished 6th
     On the boys side, in addition to his high jump championship, miller finished 4th in the long jump, Brett Shaffer took 5th in the 300 hurdles but missed the 110 hurdle finals by 1-one hundredth of a second, Kyle Ross was 6th in the Pole vault, Walker Graves was 6th in the discus, and Ian Smith 8th in the shot put.
     Bradley Mosier set a personal best but did not finish in the top 8 in the pole vault and Tyler Garcia did not finish in the top 8 in the Javelin, an exhibition sport this year. Both teams finished with 26 points, putting the Lady Hornets tied for 7th and the Hornets in 8th place in state.


McKiddy/Lamp Post Season Tennis Ends
5/28
      Chillicothe's doubles team of Nate McKiddy and Brandon Lamp's doubles team post season run came to a halt in the Consolation Quarterfinal round on Friday. The Hornets duo opened with a loss to Pembroke Hill 1-6, 0-6, beat a Dexter team in the first round of consolation 7-6, 6-0, then lost in the consolation quarterfinals to a Thomas Jefferson Independent team 4-6, 6-3, 6-1. Both teams that beat Chillicothe are guaranteed to win a top six medal in the tournament


Legion Baseball Teams open season
5/26
       The Post 25 Legion AAA Cardinals opened their season with a doubleheader sweep at Smithton. In game one, the Cardinals won 6-4, holding off a late surge by Smithton which scored 4 in the bottom of the 7th inning. Austin Minnick and Kyle Davis were on the mound, giving up 2 hits off 4 runs with 7 strike outs and 7 walks. Davis had a double and a single,  Chase Wheeler with 2 single, Dylan Clark and Austin Minnick with one single each.
     In the second game, Shayler Keller singled to drive in Dylan Clark for a 7-6 walk off win in the 13th inning.  The Cardinals used three pitchers with Tanner Lent getting the win. The three allowed 6 runs off 13 hits with 20 strike outs and 7 walks. Dylan Clark,  Austin Minnick, Chase Wheeler and Chase Minnick all had two hits each, with one hit from Tanner Lent, Shayler Keller, and Kyle Davis.
     The AA Cardinals lost to St Joseph 15-6 after giving up a 9-run 5th inning. The AA Cards used five pitchers in the game, allowing 15 runs off 1 hits with 4 strike outs and 6 walks. At the plate, Konner Sewell, and Drew Toedebusch had two hits, with Owen Dobbins and Trace Staton with one hit each.


SPA Results from Wednesday 
5/26

Boys 10 and Under league
Woody's over Clark's Furniture 7-4
     For Woody's:
Fisk Miller was on the mound and had a single, Landon Jones had a double, Kenyen Gannan had a single and was top defensive player
     For Clark's Furniture: Ashton Baker was on the mound,  Carter Bone had a single, Drake Swift and Carter Bone were top defensive players.
Cranmer Siding and Gutters 7, Missouri Mobile Concrete 3
     For Cranmer's: Grant Leamer and Kaden Cranmer were on the mound, Grant Leamer and Jack Marshall had singles and Koby Wagers was top defensive player
     For Mo Mobile Concrete: Ethan Davis and Alijah Hibner were on the mound, Davis had a double and single, Hibner had two singles and was top defensive player and Tristan Harrison had a single
El Toro over Peery's Tow 9-1
     For El Toro:
Cadyn Larson was on the mound and had a single, Gabe Wedlock was top defensive player
     For Peery's Tow: Carson Samm, Cain  Evans and Luke Nickell were on the mound,  Jadon Collins had 2 singles and James Mathew was top defensive player.

Girls 12 and Under League
Clarks Furniture over Ad Zone 5-4
     For Clark's Furniture:
Ella Johnson was on the mound and was top defensive player, Kenzie Reynolds had a double, Danilla Martin, Makina Stottlemyre and Kylee Burgess all had singles.

     For Ad Zone: Ava Dennis was on the mound and was top defensive player, Kaelynn Potts had a single, Lillian Dennis, Presley Rardon, Chloe McGraw and Harlie Beck all had singles
Clarks Furniture over Wal-Mart 4-2.
     For Clark's Furniture:
Makina Stottlemyre was on the mound and was top defensive player, Ella Johnson, Kylee Burgess, Kenzie Reynolds and Bryton Bevelle all had singles
     For Wal-Mart: Emma Boyd was on the mound and was top defensive player, Lauren Cavanah, Kenzie Fleener and Katelynn Fleener had doubles, Gena Schuler, Emma Boyd and Caroline Beebe all has singles
Ad Zone over Wal-Mart 6-0
     For Ad Zone:
Aliyah Briner was on the mound, had a double and a single; Harlie Beck, Izzy Garr, Presley Rardon and Kaelynn Potts all had singles.

     For Wal-Mart: Lauren Cavanah was on the mound, had a single and was top defensive player; Gena Schuler and Katelynn Fleener also had singles.

 

 

Former Chillicothe Tennis Player Gets College Awards 5/26
    
A Chillicothe Graduate and former Hornets Tennis Player has received some college awards. Grant Peterson, son of Kent and Sally Peterson, had been named along with his doubles partner Brendan Bosewell as the St Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference No. 3 Doubles honorable mention all conference. Peterson is a Junior at Westminster while Bosewell is a freshman. The duo went 2-1 in conference play and 3-4 on the season. Peterson also was selected to the All Sportsmanship Team. The Westminster Men's' Tennis Team finished 2-2 in conference play and fourth in the conference tournament.

 

SPA Boys 13-under Results  5/25
    
Boys 13 and under League SPA Games
Gabrielson's over Wal-Mart 6-5
     For Gabrielson's
: Shane Murphy, Ethan Gabrielson and Braxton Johnson were on the mound, Carter Allen had a home run and Tucker Wagers was top defensive player.
      For Wal-Mart: Cameron Fleener was on the mound, Chris Wilson had 2 singles, Westley Hurtghen, Cameron Fleener and Landon Swift all had one single and Cameron Fleener was top defensive player
Elks over Hutchinson and Company 11-1
     For the Elks: Caleb Vance and Nick Heldenbrand were on the mound. Vance had a triple, Heldenbrand had a double and Jaxon Albertson had 3 singles, plus was top defensive player
     For Hutchinson and Company: Myles Cobb and Jack Reeter were on the mound, Reeter and Rory Kirkpatrick had singles with Keegan Kirkpatrick top defensive player
Wal-Mart over Hutchinson and Company 7-2
     For Wal-Mart: Landon Swift was on the mound, Landon Baker had a single and Cameron Fleener was top defensive player.
      For Hutchinson and Company: Bryce Domnique and Rory Kirkpatrick were on the mound, Cy Evans and Dalton Ripley had singles and Rory Kirkpatrick was top defensive player.


Lions All Star Basketball Games
 5/25
    
Three Chillicothe Hornet Boys Basketball players from this season will be taking part in the annual Lions All Star Basketball Games later this summer at the Ketchum Community Center on the NCMC Campus in Trenton. A total of four boys and four girls teams will play in the tournaments that feature Players and Coaches from high schools across northwest Missouri.
For Chillicothe, Brandon Lamp and Nate McKiddy will be playing on the Boys Gold team with players from Brookfield, East Buchanan, Norborne, Northeast Nodaway, Princeton, Benton, Salisbury, Southwest Livingston, Trenton and Winston. The team is being coached by Morgan Dickson of Brookfield and assistant coach Penny Gardner of Tri-County.
     Chillicothe's Mason Hayward will play for the Boys White team with players from Albany, Hale, King City, Mercer, North Andrew, Polo, St Joe Central, Stanberry, Tina-Avalon and Worth County. The Boys White team is coached by Drew Neier of Meadville and assisted by Bryce Shafer of Worth County.
     All players were Seniors on their 2015-16 basketball teams.


Legion Cardinal Season Begins 
 5/25
    The Chillicothe American Legion Post 25 Cardinal baseball teams open their seasons tonight. The Triple-A Cardinals will travel to Smithton for a doubleheader against the Smithton Storm with games at 6:00 and 8:00pm while the Double-A Cardinals will take on St Joseph in a double header at home with games at 6:00 and 8:00pm


Lady Hornets Soccer Team Honored
 5/24
     A Chillicothe Lady Hornets Soccer team that exceeded pre-season expectations was honored at the annual awards banquet. This year's team finished with just one fewer wins than last season despite graduating a large number of starters. This year's 10-8-1 team had just four Seniors and finished with no Juniors.
     In the Awards portion of the night, the Most Valuable Offensive Player Award was shared by Sarah Graves and Josifin Hjelmaeng, Most Valuable Defensive Player Award went to Devin Dowell, Most Improved Player Award went to Mykel Heese and Coaches Award went to Sydney Baxter.
     All District Team honors went to Devin Dowell and Morgan Grable. All Midland Empire Conference team will be selected later this week.

 

 

Braymer Baseball Headed to Quarterfinals 5/24
      The Braymer Bobcats baseball team has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class 1 MSHSAA Baseball Tournament with a 5-4 win over Macon County. Braymer will take on Northwest of Hughesville Wednesday the 25th at 5:00pm at Braymer in the quarterfinals. Northwest beat Drexel 8-4 in section competition

 

 

SPA Scores from Monday 5/24

Boys 10 and Under League
Cranmer Seamless Siding and Gutters 6, Woody's Automotive 3
     For Cranmer's:
Jackson Trout was on the mound, had a triple and a double, Grant Leamer had a single and Kaden Cranmer was top defensive player
     For Woody's: Tyzen Crackenberger and Kenyen Gannan were on the mound, Tyzn Crackenberger had a triple, Landen Jones had a double and was top defensive player, Kenyen Gannan had 2 singles and Langston Johnson had one

Peery's Tow and Repair 13, Missouri Mobile Concrete 5
     For Peery's:
James Mathew was on the mound and had a single, Hudson Corzette had a single and Jadon Collins was top defensive player
     For Mo Mobile Concrete: Alijah Hibner was on the mound, had a double and single, Ethan Davis had a triple and was top defensive player, Ethan Davis and Tristan Harrison each had a single

Hy-Vee 3, Clark's Furniture 3 (Tie)
     For Hy-Vee:
Brennan Pryor and Jake Bernhardt were on the mound, Brayden Shoop had a triple and single, Kayson Shaffer a single and top defensive player
     For Clark's Furniture:
Lane Nickell and Logan Clark were on the mound, Isaiah Myers had a single and Lane Nickell was top defensive player

Girls 12 and Under League
Ad Zone 8, Wal-Mart 0
     For Ad Zone:
Ava Dennis was on the mound and was top defensive player, Izzy Garr had a home run and single, Lillian Dennis a double, Prestley Rardon 2 singles, Kaelyn Potts, Aubrie Burton and Chloe McGraw one single each
     For Wal-Mart: Emma Boyd and Lauren Cavanah were on the mound with Lauren Cavanah top defensive player

Wal-Mart 3, Woody's Automotive 2
     For Wal-Mart:
Katelynn Fleener was on the mound, had a single and was top defensive player. Lauren Cavannah had a double and single, Emma Boyd and Sadie Midgyett had one single each.
     For Woody's Automotive: Adelyn Schuler was on the mound, Sophia Luettike and Leah O'Rear had singles and Sophia Luettike was top defensive player

Clark's Furniture 6, Elks 1
     For Clark's Furniture:
Kylee Burgess and Keeley SHira were on the mound, Doubles for Bryton BeVelle and Makina Stottlemyre, singles for Danielle martin, Sadie Burtch, Kenzie Reynolds, Ella Johnson and Emile Paxton. Sadie Butch was top defensive player
     For The Elks:
Leah O'Rear was on the mound, Sophia Luetticke had a home run and was top defensive player, Leah O'Rear had a single.