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Volleyball Season Comes To End 10/18
     The Chillicothe Girls Volleyball season came to an end with a district tournament semi-final loss to Maryville 17-25 and 16-25
As a team, Chillicothe had just 11 service points with only two aces.
      Catey Trout had one ace and two digs, Devin Dowell had three points, one kill, one assist and eight digs, Elli Ross had three kills, one block, 15 assists and six digs, Kaylee Lewis had four kills, one assist and two digs, Kennedie Kieffer had one kill and one dig, Kylee Larson had one point and  two digs, Maggie Pfaff had five kills and one dig and Ruthie Vinson had two points with one ace, six kills and ten digs.
     Maryville will face Benton for the district title. Benton beat Lafayette in three sets in the other semi-final game

     In Class two semi-finals today, Bishop LeBlond from the MEC takes on East Buchanan in district 16, Trenton will face Higginsville in district 15. In Class three District 15, Smithville from the MEC takes on Excelsior Springs in the semi-finals

 

 

7th Grade Hornets Football Undefeated 10/18
     The Chillicothe 7th grade Hornets ended their football season with a 32-22 win at Cameron to end the season 6-0. Highlights of the win included Cayden potter with an 8 yard touchdown run and two 2-point conversions in the game, Isaiah Sprong with a 10 yard touchdown reception from Griffith Bonderer, Brock Miller with an interception return for touchdown and Wyatt Brandsgaard with a 15 yard touchdown
    
The 8th Grade Hornets ended the season with a 1-5 record following a 52-14 loss to Cameron. Chillicothe's scores came from Nick Hendenbrand with a touchdown run and conversion in the fist half, and another touchdown run in the second half. Coach Doug French stated several penalties killed drives or negated long runs in the game.


Boys Soccer Advances To Finals
10/17
     The Chillicothe Hornets Soccer team had great defense to help with a 3-0 district semi-final win over Moberly at Cameron. The Hornets defense allowed just two shots on goal in the game. On offense Mason Baxter and Bryce Hague both had strong games with Hague getting one goal and two assists, Baxter getting a goal in each half and Gavin Seeley with one assist. Chillicothe had 16 shots on goal and 9 corner kicks.
     Coach Tim Cunningham said his team's attack was consistent both halves and the defense was able to contain the attack from what he called a gritty Moberly team. Cunningham said his team is starting to play their best soccer at the right time.
    
Chillicothe will face Kirksville for the district title on Thursday at Cameron

 

Lady Hornets Volleyball Advances to Semi's 10/17
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Volleyball team advanced to the District semi-finals with a win over District Host Cameron 25-17, 25-21 Catey Trout had three points with two digs, Devin Dowell had seven points with an ace, one kill and two digs, Elli Ross had four points with two aces, three kills, 14 assists and four digs, Kaylee Lewis had five points with an ace, two kills and two blocks, Kennedie Kieffer had five kills, one assist and one dig, Kylee Larson had three points, eight digs, Maggie Pfaff had seven kills and four digs, and Ruthie Vinson had two points, three kills and eight digs. Next for Chillicothe is top seed Maryville.


Hornets 9th/JV football wins
10/17
     A combined Chillicothe Junior Varsity and 9th grade football team ended their seasons with a 22-16 win at St Joseph Benton. After spotting Benton eight points in the first quarter, Chillicothe had a 32 yard pass from Jaden Winder to Isaak Rasche with a conversion pass to Kam Ward to tie the game. Late in the first half Winder ran it in from one yard out but the conversion pass was no good and Chillicothe led 14-8 at intermission
     Winder connected with Hayden Hill on an 18 yard pass in the third for a touchdown and Hill ran in the conversion. Benton scored again in the 4th but Chillicothe's defense stopped the Cardinals final two possessions to seal the win. On defense, Julius Humphrey forced two fumbles with both recovered by James Fainter and Sonny Smith recovered a fumbled kick off return attempt.

 


Lady Hornets Tennis Duo Bows Out
10/14
    
The Chillicothe girls tennis doubles team of Hannah Cypert and Hunter Keithley have finished their season with two losses in the state tennis tournament on Friday.
     The Chillicothe duo lost in the first round to a Palmyra team 1-6 and 2-6 then lost in the consolation bracket to a Springfield Catholic team 2-6 and 0-6.
     Trenton's duo of Claire Utley and Lauren Dolan lost to a Pembroke Hill team 0-6, 1-6 then lost to a Kennett team 0-6, 0-6
In singles play TJ Oglesby of Maryville lost to a John Burroughs player 0-6 and 0-6, then lost to a St Dominic player 0-6, 2-6


Hornets Win Share of Football Crown
10/14
      The Chillicothe Hornets football team won their first Midland Empire Conference Football title since 2008 with a 50-17 home win over St Joseph Benton. Chillicothe shares the title with Smithville with both teams finishing at 6-1 in MEC play. Maryville beat Lafayette so both finished 5-2 in MEC play.
      For Chillicothe, they started big early with a punt block and recovery on the 3 yard line. Jack Willard scored with 10:38 left in the first for a 7-0 lead. Brett Shaffer turned in a 59 yard touchdown run midway thru the first then Chillicothe scored twice in the final minute of the first quarter on a Jack Willard 4 yard run and a Shaffer 26 yard interception return for a 29-0 lead after the first quarter
      Josh Kille then took over with a touchdown in the 2nd on a 42 yard run, and two in the third quarter of 34 yards and 3 yards. The touchdowns gave Kille the school record for rushing touchdowns in a season. Two of Benton's three scores came in the last part of the fourth quarter.
      Chillicothe improves to 8-1 and hosts Cameron Friday night for the first round of district play.


 

Week 9 Area Football Results 10/14

Midland Empire Conference

Smithville 49, at Cameron 8

at Maryville 14, Lafayette 12

Savannah 53, at LeBlond 0

Area Scores

Clark County 26, at Brookfield 0

Gallatin 14, at Trenton 12

at Higginsville 33, at Carrollton 13

Hamilton: Penney 56, East Buchanan 16

at Princeton 62, Polo 7
at Milan 34, Maysville 14

Marceline 62, at Harrisburg 0

8-Man Scores
at Southwest Ludlow 56, Norborne/Hardin Central 20

North Andrew 72, at Braymer 20