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Worman 2nd, Cross Country Team 3rd 8/31
     Chillicothe's Layne Worman finished 2nd with the Hornets team 3rd overall in the season opening Maryville Invitational. Smithville was 1st and Maryville 2nd with 17 schools competing. Complete team and individual results were not made available. Worman ran the course in 17:36, followed by Ben Hayen in 19:51 and Tanner Hobbs in 19:52 with all three earning medals. The remaining Hornets varsity were William Perry 20:56, Gunnar Young 21:01, Peyton Forck 22:15 and Aidriaan Carden 22:33. No Lady Hornets runners won a medal, but were led by Lexei Dickerson in 24:25, Callaway Chapman 25:34, Elena Boon 26:45, Monica Holland 2:55, Skylar Mullikan 30:12 and Belle Showalter 30:55
    Boys JV was led by Jacob Parker followed by Matt Muper, Dakota Brady, Zach Bollinger, Logan Asher and Eric Kleinschmidt. Emma Bernskoetter was the lone Lady Hornets JV runner.

Boys Soccer Lose Another Close One
     The Chillicothe Boys Soccer team came up just short in a 1-0 loss to Lafayette in Chillicothe. The Irish scored the only goal o the game in the 37th minute. Hornets goalkeeper Drew Toedebusch had 6 saves in the game. The JV Hornets lost by the same 1-0 score.

Volleyball Disposes of Brookfield 2-0  8/31

     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Volleyball team downed Brookfield in straight sets 25-8, 25-10 in the Lady Hornets home opener. The victory puts Chillicothe at 2-0 on the young season. Chillicothe coach Karen Jackson saw improved in her team in this game.
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     In individual statistics: Whitney Clampitt had 8 service points, 4 aces, 9 kills and 1 block. Katelyn Parkey had 5 service points, 2 aces, 8 kills and 2 digs; Maggie Leatherman had 13 service points and 2 aces; Carly Gardner had 1 service point and 10 assists, Eli Ross had 4 assists, Hannah Jones had 7 service points, 2 aces and 4 digs, Ruthie Vinson had 2 kills, and Charlie Plummer, Emma Leamer and Mary Grace Rice also had playing time.
     The JV won 25-3, 25-6 led by Kylee Larson with 19 points, Kaylee Lewis with 18 points, 9 aces and 2 kills, Devin Dowell with 3 assists and Maggie Pfaff with 1 block
     The freshmen won 25-15, 25-13. Skylar Chapman had 11 points, Macy Gutshall with 9 aces, Lainie Cowan with 3 kills and Alayna Mason with 3 assists

Freshmen Help Lady Hornets Tennis to Victory
      Chillicothe lady hornets tennis picked up key wins by some freshman players and two forfeit wins to beat Lafayette 5-4. The Lady Irish had just 5 players, giving Chillicothe wins at #6 singles and #3 doubles. In singles play, Gracy Reeter lost 3-8, Hannah Cypert lost 2-8, Danielle Rapp lost 7-9, Macy Cavanah won 8-1 and Hunter Keithley won 8-0.
     In doubles: Reeter and Cypert lost 3-8 and VanFossen and Rapp won 8-1.



Lady Hornet Golfers Win Quad Meet 8/31
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets golf team picked up three wins with a victory in a Quad meet in Cameron. Chillicothe finished with a 220, Lafayette a 236, Cameron a 242 and Benton had just 3 players, but did have the individual medalist with a 48 on the Cameron course. Chillicothe was led by Lexi Hargrave with a 52, Riley Brobst a 54, Hannah Sherrow a 57, Maddie lamp a 57 and Hannah Haakonstad a 66.
      In Junior Varsity competition, Lauren Price shot a 58, Anna Shackelford a 63 and Jensen Simmer a 64.

North Harrison edges Lady Hornets Softball  8/30
        Chillicothe's Molly Jones pitched a 3 hit game but had no run support in a 2-1 North Harrison win over Chillicothe in girls softball. Coach Mike Jones stated his team played good defense, but the bats were silent. He said Jones pitched well but North Harrison was able to put three cheap hits together.
      North Harrison scored both runs in the bottom of the 7th which the Lady Hornets sending Libby Adkins home in the top of the 6th for their only run. Adkins had one hit, one run and a sacrifice fly. Harlie Jones had the team's only other hit, and had the only stolen base for the team.
      Jones gave up 2 earned runs off 3 hits with 2 walks and 2 strike outs.


Trenton beats Lady Hornets Tennis   8/30
     The Trenton Lady Bulldogs beat the Chillicothe Lady Hornets tennis team 7-2 at Danner Park in Chillicothe. Coach Amanda Marsh stated Trenton has a very deep team, they place the ball well and her team is still working on just being consistent.
Varsity Singles: Gracy Reeter won 10-8, Maelaena VanFossen lost 8-10, Hannah Cypert lost 2-10, Danielle Rapp lost 3-10, Macy Cavanah lost 5-10 and Hunter Keithley lost 3-10.
In doubles play or Chillicothe: Reeter and Cypert won 8-4, VanFossen and Rapp lost 4-8 and Cavanah and Keithley lost 2-8
     In Junior Varsity doubles for Chillicothe: Lauren Gregory and Hannah Zimmerman lost 4-8, Brynlee Faulkner and Macy Hicks won 8-1, Olivia Lamp and Rylee Stover won 8-2, Kayla Distler and Kayla McElwee won 8-0.

                                       (Right: #1 singles Gracy Reeter, winning singles and doubles matches)

Lady Hornets Golf finished 8th at Maryville Tournament 
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Golf team finished 8th in the 12-team Maryville Best Ball Tournament.  Hannah Sherrow and Lexi Hargrave teamed up for a 109, good for 17th out of the 35 team field. Sherrow's individual score of 120 placed her 27th out of 71 players. Lexi Hargrave shot a 123 for 31st place. Riley Brobst and Lauren Price teamed up for a score of 118. Price placed 36th with a 128 ad Brobst 37th with a 129. Maddie Lamp shot a 137 for 46th place and Hannah Haakonstad a 149 for 57th place.


AYBF 24th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Results  8/30
      Results for the 24th annual AYBF Benefit Golf Tournament at Green Hills Golf Course:

Championship Flight - Arkansas Electric Cooperative - 57
A-Flight - Clevenger and Associates - 64

B-Flight - Cotton, Wilson and Sanders - 68

C-Flight - Midwest Quality Gloves - 72

Hornets Football Now 2-0, Beats Kirksville
    The Chillicothe Hornets battled in the first half then exploded in the second half to beat Kirksville on the road 42-7. Chillicothe scored twice late in the 1st on a Cade Snyder to Ty Figg pass and again on a Snyder 1 yard run for a 14-0 lead that held up the rest of the first half
     Chillicothe again benefited from the short field in the 3rd quarter on a Dean Adkins touchdown and a Josh Kille 3 yard run to lead 28-0. All four drives started in Kirksville territory.
     Kirksville scored late in the 3rd in a 77 yard screen pass for their only score.
     Chillicothe found the end zone twice more in the 4th in a Figg 2 yard run and a Dylan Munson run to cap a 74 yard drive in 8 plays
     Unofficially, Chillicothe had 402 yards rushing led by Kille's 115 yards and Dean Adkins' 100 yards. Snyder completed 1 pass for 15 yards.
     Kirksville had 94 yards rushing and 109 yards passing including the 77 yard pass play.

(Left: Ty Figg 1st Quarter Touchdown Catch)