Post Season Sports Beginning

The fall sports regular season is winding down and athletes are gearing up for the post season. For Chillicothe, two post seasons have begun. The Girls Tennis team are district champions and have two singles players and a doubles team in the individual sectional competition. Halle Jones is headed to the state golf tournament for the third straight time. The […]

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Cross Country at Kearney Results

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Cross Country team finished 7th out of 11 complete teams in the Kearney Invitational. According to Coach Michael Creekmore, Chillicothe was with out one of their top runners, Clarissa Nivens, who was nursing what was called a “mild injury”. Aliyah Briner was 28th, Kadence Shipers was 35th, Juliann Gabrielson 42nd, Emma Burk 51st, Callaway Chapman 77th […]

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Girls 3rd, Boys 22nd at Excelsior Springs XC

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets finished 3rd in what Coach Michael Creekmore said was a tough course in the Excelsior Springs Invitational. The Hornets finished 22nd in their field. The Lady Hornets were led by Aliya Briner in 12th place overall. Juliann Gabrielson was 17th, Clarissa Shipers was 21st, Kaydence Shipers was 29th, Emma Burk was 39th, Kathryn George was 57th […]

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Girls 1st, Boys 4th at Savannah Cross Country

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Cross Country team finished 1st and the Hornets were 4th in the Savannah Invitational. Chillicothe girls were first out of two complete teams and seven incomplete teams. Clarissa Nivens finished third overall, Aliyah Briner fourth, Juliann Gabrielson fifth, Kadence Shipers sixth, Emma Burk eleventh, Callaway Chapman 13th, Kaylynn Cranmer 21st, and Mayanna Weed 26th. The Boys […]

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Lady Hornets Cross Country Wins

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Cross Country team won the Irish Invitational with a score of 19 points. Bishop LeBlond finished in 2nd with 39 points. For Chillicothe Clairissa Nivens was 2nd, Aliyah Briner was 4th, Juliann Gabrielson 5th, Emma Burk 6th, Kadence Shipers 7th, Callaway Chapman 14th and Kathryn George 22nd. In Varsity Boys the team finished in 9th place. […]

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Lady Hornets Cross Country Wins

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets cross country team won the Duane Kimble invitational meet, hosted by St Joseph Benton. Chillicothe finished with 29 points, Lincoln Prep had 36 followed by Bishop LeBlond and South Nodaway. Nine other schools had incomplete teams. For Chillicothe: Clairissa Nivens was 3rd, Kadence Shipers 5th, Aliyah Briner 6th, Juliann Gabrielson 8th, Emma Burk 13th, Callaway Chapman […]

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Chillicothe Cross Country at Platte Co

The Chillicothe Girls Cross Country team finished fifth in the large and tough Platte County Invitational. St Teresa’s Academy was the champion, followed by Platte County, Park Hill and Liberty North all ahead of Chillicothe. Clairissa Nivens finished 22nd overall, Juliann Gabrielson was 36th and Aliyah Briner 37th place. Emma Burk was 48th and Kaydence Shipers was 49th. Callaway Chapman […]

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Girls Cross Country Team 2nd at Home

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets cross country team finished in 2nd place out of 19 complete teams in the Chillicothe Invitational. Moberly won with 56 points with Chillicothe in 2nd with 60 points. Clarissa Nivens finished 6th, Aliyah Briner was 14th, Emma Burk 16th, Juliann Gabrielson 17thy, Callaway Chapman 40th and Kathryn George in 47th. Kadence Shipers suffered an injury in […]

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Lady Hornets Win Maryville Meet

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets won the team title of the Maryville Cross Country Meet while the Boys finished in sixth place. First year Coach Michael Creekmore said the head index was 97, and it was a very hot race. He stated he thought his kids showed a tremendous amount of mental toughness. For the Lady Hornets Chillicothe won the title […]

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Hornets Cross Country New Coach

The Chillicothe Cross Country team is under a new head coach following the retirement of long-time coach Tim Riekena. New Coach Michael Creekmore says while this is his first head coaching job, he has been an assistant coach in the past. This is his second year in the Chillicothe school system, teaching in the middle school.

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