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Lady Hornets Win District Soccer Title 5/22
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Soccer team beat Moberly 3-1 to win the first district championship in CHS Girls Soccer history. Chillicothe had goals from Sam Baldwin, Harlie Jones and Kiara Botts all in the second half. Chillicothe will face Maryville in the sectional game Tuesday at 6:00pm at Jerry Litton Memorial Stadium. Maryville scored 3 goals in six minutes to beat Chillicothe 3-0 in the regular season meeting.


Class 1 and 2 State Track Starts
5/22
     Class 1 and 2 high school track athletes begin the first day of the two-day state track championships today (Friday) at Dwight T. Reed Stadium at Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
     Meanwhile, Chillicothe track athletes will be in Blue Springs High School on Saturday for Class 3 Sectional competition. A top four finish in an event will qualify the athlete for the state meet next weekend.


 

Friday Sports Schedule for CHS 5/22
     The Boys Tennis Team is in Marshall today (Friday) for Sectional Tennis competition. The event was moved up one day to Friday due to rain in the forecast on Saturday. Chillicothe faces Savannah in the first round with the winner facing the winner of Marshall vs KC Barstow.
      The Hornets Baseball team will be honored tonight at the Chillicothe High School Commons at 6:30pm. The team finished the season 13-10 and made it to the district semi-finals before losing to Benton 2-0. The team finished with a 13-10 record, the third most wins in program history and the first winning season since 2009


Girls Soccer headed to District Final
5/20

     The Chillicothe Girls Soccer team beat Mexico 5-1 to advance to the Class 2 District 15 championship game. Karson Keithley and Hannah  Jones had two goals each to give Chillicothe a 4-0 lead at the half. Lindy Saunders scored in the final minute of the game for the Lady Hornets.
     Chillicothe will face Moberly in the finals. Moberly beat Kirksville 3-1


Benton Ends Hornets Baseball Season
5/20
    
The Chillicothe baseball season came to an end with a 2-0 loss to Benton in the district semi-final game in St Joseph. Chillicothe had a good performance on the mound from Austin Minnick who allowed 2 runs off 8 hits with no walks and 4 strike outs. Unfortunately Minnick had little support at the plate. Dylan Clark and a double and two singles while Derek Hussey had a single for the only four hits for Chillicothe. The Hornets end with a 13-10 record


State Golf Results for Area Teams
5/20
     Hamilton's  boys golf team struggled in the second day of state golf and dropped from first to finish tied for third with Gallatin. LaPlata won the Class 1 team championship with Marceline in second. A Golfer from Barat Academy was medalist with a 6-over par for the two day meet in New Bloomfield
     St Joseph LeBlond finished in third place in Class 2 at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield. A Blair Oaks golfer finished with a 4-under par for medalist honors


SPA Scores Boys 13 and Under
5/20

      Minnick Supply 18, Custom Door 2
For Minnick Supply:
Ethan Hoerr was on the mound and had a single Josh Davis and Westley Hurtgen with singles and Kadan Akers was top defensive player
For Custom Door: Craig Wilson was on the mound and had a single, Isaih Kille had a home run, Sam Pauley had a single and Tanner Lynch was top defensive player

     Gabrielson's 12, Custom Door 11
For Gabrielson's:
Braden Constant and Tucker Wagers were on the mound, Max Wagers with a triple, a single and top defensive player honors, Mathew LaFerney had 2 singles and Julian Flemming had one single
For Custom Door: Craig Wilson was on the mound and had two doubles, Isaih Kille was top defensive player

     Gabrielson's 7, Aaron Baker Construction 4
For Gabrielson's:
Tucker Wagers and Max Wagers were on the mound, Chris Wilson and Braden Constant were top defensive players.
For Aaron Baker Construction: Dan Hoel was on the mound, Mathew LaFerney had a single and Hunter Sackery was top defensive player


 

CHS qualifies 1 Singles 1 Doubles for State Tennis  5/19
     The Chillicothe Boys Tennis team will send one singles player and one doubles team to the individual state tournament. Chillicothe's Gabe Poling ran his season record to 28-0 with a 6-0, 6-0 win over a Cameron player for his third straight district singles title. He then beat a LeBlond player in the sectional match 6-1, 6-0 to advance to the state tournament in Springfield.
     Chillicothe's doubles team of Garrett Peterson and Nate McKiddy beat teammates Brandon Lamp and Cody Evans 6-2, 6-3 for their second straight district crown. In sectional competition, Peterson/McKiddy beat a Lafayette team 1-6, 6-0, 6-4 to advance to the state doubles tournament. Lamp and Evans lost in the sectional contest to see their season come to an end.
 

 

Hornets Baseball Win District Opener  5/19
      The Chillicothe Baseball team struck early and often in a 14-4 district tournament opening win over Cameron in five innings. Chillicothe scored 7 runs in the first inning off 7 hits, 2 walls, an error and a fielder's choice. The Hornets added 3 more in the 2nd, 1 in the third and three in the fourth. Cameron scored 3 in the fourth and 1 in the fifth. After that the game ended on the 10-run mercy rule.
     All the Hornets were involved in the offensive onslaught with 8 players getting hits led by 2 each from Cal Toedebusch, Dylan Clark and Zach Foyt, 7 picking up rbi's led by 3 each from Jarrod Lauhoff and Zach Foyt and 9 Hornets scoring runs including 4 from Dylan Clark.
     At the plate, Gunnar Leach went two innings and picked up the win with Ty Figg going the last three innings for the save. Chillicothe faces Benton in the semi-finals on Tuesday in St Joseph
 

 

Hamilton Leads State Golf After Day 1  5/19
     The Penny High of Hamilton Boys Golf team is in first place in Class 1 after the first day of the two-day MSHSAA Championships. Hamilton has a score of 331, led by Ethan Green's 77 on the par 72 course in New Bloomfield.
     LaPlata is 2nd and Gallatin is in third with a 339, followed by Marceline in 4th with a 347.
     In Class 2, St Joseph LeBlond is in 4th place with a 324, 13 strokes behind leader Barstow.
     The state tournaments continue today.

 

SPA Opening Night Scores  5/19
    
In SPA Boys 10 and under games:
Perry's Tow and Repair 7, Clark's Furniture 3
For Perry's: James Mathew was on the mound and had two doubles, Cy Evans with a single and Sam Reeter was top defensive honors
For Clark's Furniture: Nick Heldenbrand and Christian Still were on the mound, Logan Clark had a single and Christian Still was top defensive player

Triple J Screening and Embroidery 6, Barnes Baker 1
For Triple J: John Sanchez was on the mound and Carson Steele was top defensive player.
For Barnes Baker: Jack Bernhardt was on the mound and Brayden Shoop was top defensive player

Wolf Farms and Missouri Mobile Concrete ended in a 1-all tie
For Wolf Farms: Kenyen Gannon and Tyzn Crackenberger were on the mound with Tyzn Crackenberger top defensive player
For Missouri Mobile Concrete: Ethan Davis and Jackson Trout were on the mound, Grant Leamer and Kayden Holtzclaw had singles and Jackson Trout was top defensive player

     In the Girls 12 and Under SPA league
Elks over BTC Bank 8-0
For The Elks:
Halle Rucker was on the mound plus had a double and single, Sophia Luetticke (loot-uh-key) had a double and single, Jessica Reeter and Lucy Reeter both had singles and Sophia Luetticke was top defensive player.
For BTC Bank: Kelsi Kirkpatrick was on the mound and earned top defensive player honors.

Elks over Investor's Community Bank 1-0
For The Elks
: Halle Rucker was on the mound and had a single, Sophia Luetticke had a single and Ally Ralls was top defensive player
For Investors: Gabby Hapes was on the mound and was top defensive player

Woody's Automotive over Bailey's Studio 3-1
For Woody's
: Makina Stottlemyre was on the mound, Madison Albrach had a single and Ashton Crouch had a single and was top defensive player.
For Bailey's Studio: Leah O'Rear was on the mound, Jocelyn Brady, Saige Angst and Michah Crowe all had singles and Sadie Burtch was top defensive player.


Hornet Boys Track Win Districts
5/18
    
The Chillicothe Boys Track Team won their first District title since 1991, scoring 153 points to take first place. KC Lincoln was 2nd out of 12 teams, more than 30 points behind the Hornets. Individuals that placed in the top four of their event advanced to next weekend's sectional competition. Hornets headed to state include:

     Jesse Miller: 1st in high jump, 1st in long jump, 2nd in triple jump
     DeEll Midgyett 1st in 100 4th in 200
     4x100 relay team of Braxton Campbell DeEll Midgyett Corbin Valdez and Mason Hayward 1st
     4x200 relay team of Braxton Campbell DeEll Midgyett Austin  Morse and Mason Hayward 2nd

     Mason Hayward 2nd in 100
     Matt Shaffer 2nd in Pole Vault
     Walker Graves 2nd in shot put and 3rd in discus

     Ian Smith 3rd in shot put

     Austin Morse 3rd in 200
     Jacob Anderson 3rd in High Jump

     4x800 relay team of Cole Distler Zach Holland, Layne Worman and Robbie Parkey took 3rd
     Nick Meyers 4th in 400
     Cole Distler 4th in 800
     Layne Worman 4th in 3200

Lady Hornets Track 2nd in Districts
5/18
    
The Chillicothe Lady Hornets finished 2nd in the district meet with 109 points behind champion Lawson with 123.5 points. Lady Hornets advancing to state with a top four finish include:
     Whitney Clampitt 1st in 800 and 1st in high jump
     Jaime Albertson 1st in 100 hurdles and 2nd in 300 hurdles
     Lauren Jones 1st in Pole Vault
     4x400 relay team of Jaime Albertson, Claire Chapman, Randi Mammen and Whitney Clampitt took 1st
     4x800 relay team of Chapman, Rebecca Stull, Lexei Dickerson and Jalynn Reeter took 2nd
     Molly Jones 3rd in Pole Vault

     Margo Young 3rd in discus

     4x200 relay team of Chapman, Reeter, Mammen and Clampitt took 3rd
     4x100 relay team of Reeter, Lauren Jones, Mammen and Lauren Gregory took 4th

 

1 singles, 2 doubles headed to Sectional Tennis 5/18
    
Chillicothe Boys Tennis qualified one singles player and two doubles players to the sectional individual tennis meet. Chillicothe's Gabe Poling had a first round bye beat a Trenton Player then won the semi-finals 6-0 6-0. Poling will play a Cameron player in the finals on Monday, which were postponed due to rain on Saturday
     Lane Bonderer beat a Richmond player in the first round then lost to a Cameron player in the single elimination tournament.
     In doubles play, Garrett Peterson and Nate McKiddy had a first round bye beat a Cameron team and beat a Carrollton team in the semi-finals. They will face their teammates Brandon Lamp and Cody Evans. They beat a Trenton team a Cameron team and edged an Excelsior Springs team in the semi-finals


Hornets Tennis Win District Title 
5/14
     The Chillicothe Boys Tennis team went pretty much untested in route to their second district championship in three years. Chillicothe polished off Cameron 5-0 in the District Team Finals at Danner Park.
     Doubles were played first with Garrett Peterson/Nate McKiddy winning 8-0, Gabe Poling/Lane Bonderer winning 8-1 and Brandon Lamp/Cody Evans winning 8-5.
     In singles play Gabe Poling won 6-1, 6-0 and Garrett Peterson won 6-2, 6-0 for the necessary five wins, halting the match. Peterson's win came just a minute before Nate McKiddy finished his match.

     The district championship is the 7th in school history for the Boys Tennis program. Next up is the singles and doubles district tournament at Danner Park on Saturday.

     The Team will take on Savannah in the sectional contest May 23rd at 9:00am. The winner will take on the winner of Marshall vs KC Barstow later that day. The sectional and quarterfinal matches will be at Marshall.


Hornets Baseball beats Maryville with Strong 2nd Inning 
5/14
      Chillicothe Hornets Baseball team had a five run second inning and went on to a 7-0 win at Maryville. the Hornets bats were active, knocking out 13 hits led by Derek Hussey's 3-for-4 performance. Shayler Keller, Zach Foyt and Ty Figg all had two singles each Austin Minnick had a double, Cal Toedebusch, Dylan Clark and Tanner Lent all had one single each.
      Tristen Sewell earned the complete game victory, scattering four hits over seven innings with four walks and eight strike outs.


Hornets Tennis Advances to District Finals
5/13
     The Chillicothe Boys Tennis team disposed of Richmond 5-0 to advance to the District Tournament Team Finals. For Chillicothe: Gabe Poling won 6-0, 6-1; Nate McKiddy won 6-0, 6-3; Brandon Lamp won 6-0, 6-0,Cody Evans won 6-2, 6-2 and Lane Bonderer won 6-1, 6-1 for the fifth and decisive win.
     Chillicothe faces Cameron for the district title on Wednesday at 4:00pm at Danner Park.



Boys Track team 1st in Benton Relays
5/13
     Chillicothe boys track team won the 9-team Benton relays with 133 points. Individually for Chillicothe:
Jesse Miller was 1st in High Jump, 2nd in Triple Jump and 3rd in Long Jump; Kyle Ross was 1st in Pole Vault and 3rd in 110 hurdles, 4x200 relay team took 1st.
DeEll Midgyett was 2nd in 200 and 3rd in 100; Matt Shaffer was 2nd in Pole Vault, the 4x100 and 4x800 relay teams took 2nd
Nick Meyers was 3rd in 400, Zach Holland 3rd in 300 hurdles, Ian Smith 3rd in Shot Put, Cole Distler 3rd in 800
Walker Graves 4th in shot put and 6th in discus, Layne Woman  4th in 3200, 4x400 relay took 4th
Austin Morse 5th in 200, Tyler Garcia 5th in discus,
Mason Hayward 6th in 100, Wagner Chapman 6th in 400, Zach Graves 6th in 110 Hurdles and Jacob Anderson 6th in High Jump.


Lady Hornets Track 2nd in Benton Relays
5/13
    
The Chillicothe Girls track team finished 2nd at the Benton Relays with 83 points, nearly half as much as St James of Lenexa Kansas which won the 9-team event with 160 points. Individually for Chillicothe:

Lauren Jones won the pole vault and set a school record with an 11-feet mark. Whitney Clampitt 1st in high jump, 4th in 800, Jaime Albertson took 2nd in 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, 4x200 and 4x800 relay teams took 2nd
Molly Jones 3rd in pole vault, 4x400 relay team took 3rd

Lexei Dickerson 4th in 1600

Claire Chapman 5th in 300 hurdles, Margo Young 5th in discus,
Rebecca Stull 6th in 3200, McKenna Poling 6th in shot put and 4x100 relay team took 6th.


Hornets Baseball falls to Smithville
5/13
    
Chillicothe and Smithville both had six hits but Smithville turned five into runs while Chillicothe managed just one in a Smithville 5-1 baseball win over Chillicothe on the Hornets Senior Night. Smithville scored twice in the second, once in the third and twice in the seventh. Chillicothe's lone run came in the bottom of the third.
     For the Hornets, Austin Minnick had a double and a single, Ty Figg had a double and Derek Hussey, Cal Toedebusch and Dylan Clark all had one single each.
     Gunnar  Leach had the start with Ty Figg in relief. The two combined to allow five runs off three hits with three walks and six strike outs.

    
The Smithville Junior Varsity scored six runs in the top of the sixth to beat Chillicothe JV 8 to 2. For the Hornets, Gunnar  Leach had a double and single, Tristen Sewell, Trey McLemore and Hayden Major all has a single. At the plate, Trey McLemore, Mason Daniel and Zach Trout all took turns on the mound, combining to allow eight runs off seven hits with eight walks and three strike outs.


Lady Hornets Soccer Get Sr Night Win 5/13

     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Soccer team had goals from 7 different players in a 10-0 Senior Night win over Lafayette. Chillicothe scored goals from Hannah Jones with assist by Morgan Grable. Lindy Saunders off an assist by Karson Keithley, and Saunders again unassisted. Keithley scored on a corner kick with Saunders with the assist, Mykel Heese unassisted, Saunders with her third goal on the night. Bailey Fox scored unassisted, Hallee Jones off an assist by Fox, Keithley with her second goal, and the final goal was by goalkeeper Jaylene Sturguess who was playing the field, off an assist by Saunders

     The shut out was credited to both Saunders and Brooke Nelson.


 

Big 6th Inning Beats Savannah 5/12
     Chillicothe scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to beat Savannah 5 to 3 in a home baseball game at Shaffer Park. Savannah scored twice in the third inning, Chillicothe scored once in the bottom of the fifth but gave up two in the top of the sixth. Chillicothe then put together a four run sixth inning for the win.
     Austin Minnick had the complete game win for Chillicothe, allowing three runs off three hits with eight walks and eight strike outs. At the plate, Shayler Keller had a double, Cal Toedebusch had a single and three RBI, Derek Hussey had a single and an RBI, Dylan Clark also had a single.

 

     In the Junior Varsity game, Chillicothe won 8 to 2 with three runs in the first, three in the second and two in the third inning.
     Trey McLemore and Tanner Lent combined for the win, allowing two runs off four hits with six walks and three strike outs.
     At the plate, McLemore had two doubles, Brett Young, Gunnar Leach, chase Minnick, Tristen Sewell and Mason Daniel all had a single.

 


Bowling Competes in Sectional Golf 5/12
     The Chillicothe Boys Golf season came to an end in the sectional tournament. The Hornets' Trevor Bowling shot a 19-over par on the Pleasant Hill Course to finish in 38th place, failing to qualify for the state tournament. Pembroke Hill won  the team sectional title with a 301 and Warrensburg was 2nd with a 315.

     In Class 1 sectionals in the KCHI area Marceline finished 2nd in Sectional 3 to qualify or the state tournament and in Sectional 4, Gallatin won with a 341 and Hamilton a 357 for second place.

 

 

Tuesday Chillicothe Sports Schedule 5/12
Track and Field Teams at Benton Cardinal Relays at 4:00pm
Girls Soccer hosts Lafayette 4:30 - Senior Night
Baseball hosts Smithville 4:30 - Senior Night

Boys Tennis in District Semi-finals 4:00pm at Danner Park