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Hornets Baseball Wins Two 4/28

     The Chillicothe Hornets baseball team picked up two wins and advanced to Saturday's championship of the Chillicothe Hornets Tournament.
     Chillicothe won the first game over Trenton 12-2. The Hornets were leading 5-2 when Trenton loaded the bases with 2 out but stranded all three runners. Chillicothe responded with 4 in the bottom of the 5th and 3 in the bottom of the 6th. Ty Figg and Zach Trout combined for the win, allowing 2 runs off 2 hits with 4 strike outs and 4 walks. Drew Toedebusch had a double and single, Gunnar Leach had a triple and single, Austin Murray had 2 singles, Tanner Lent and Westley Brandsgaard both had triples, Ty Figg had a double and Tristen Sewell had a single.
     In the semi-final game, Westley Brandsgaard threw a 3 hit shut out to help the Hornets to a 3-0 win over Lafayette. Brandsgaard allowed 3 hits with 5 strike outs and no walks on just 75 pitches in 7 innings.
     At the plate, Drew Toedebusch had a double and single, Ty Figg had a double and Zach Trout had a single.
     Chillicothe plays for the championship Saturday at 11:00am, their opponent is not yet known.

 

 

Track Teams Both Take 2nd at MEC meet 4/28
    Chillicothe's boys and girls track teams both finished 2nd in the Midland Empire Conference meet at Lafayette. Maryville boys and Smithville girls both won the team titles.
     For the Hornet Boys, Brett Shaffer won the 110 and 300 hurdles for the only conference championships for the Hornet boys.
Second place for Walker Graves in the Shot Put and discus, Jacob ANderson in the Long Jump and Triple Jump, Jack Willard in the pole vault, the 4x400 relay team and Layne Worman in the 3200
Third place for Peyton Forck in the 400 and High Jump, and, Layne Worman in the 1600,
Fourth place for Walker Graves in the Javelin, Jack Willard in the triple jump, Bradley Mosier in the pole vault and Brett Shaffer in the 200
Fifth place for the 4.800 relay, Ethan Corbin in the high jump and Bradley Mosier in the Javelin
Sixth place for Eric Davis in the discus, Hayden Hill in the long jump, the 4x200 relay, Isaih Kille in the 110 hurdles, and William Perry in the 3200
Seventh place for Isaak Rasche in the 400, William Perry in the 1600, Isaih Kille in the 300 hurdles, the 4x100 relay team,
Eighth place for Peyton Forck in the 200, Joseph Thompson in the 800

   For the Chillicothe girls, Jalynn Reeter won the Javelin throw, Jaime Albertson won the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles and Whitney Clampitt won the Triple Jump and High Jump.
Second place for the 4x400 relay, Molly Jones in the Javelin,
Third place for Whitney Clampitt in the 400, Kylee Larson in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Lauren Gregory in the high jump and Jylian Davis in the discus
Fourth place for Kaelynn Evans in the 100, the 4x100, 4x200 and 4x800 relay teams, Whitney Clampitt in the long jump
Fifth place for Molly Jones and Kennedy Corzette in the pole vault, Montana Hall in the shot put,
Sixth place for Jordan Hibner in the 400, Carly Beebe in the 800, Kennedy Corzette in the triple jump and Abby Jones in the shot put
Seventh place for Jaime Albertson in the 200

Eighth place for Elena Boon in the 800, Carly Beebe in the 3200


Junior Varsity MEC Track Results 4/28
    
In the MEC Junior Varsity track meet, the Chillicothe JV boys were 3rd with 75.3 points
Colby Moody was 1st in the high jump 7th in the 200, 8th in the 100
Isaac Washburn was 1st in Javelin and 2nd in shot put
Jake Chapman tied for 2nd in the pole vault, was 3rd in the 100, 3rd in the 200
Logan Asher was 5th in the 1600
Dakota Brady was 7th in the 1600
Cade Koehly was 5th in discus and 6th in shot put
Nathan Brooks was 8th in the 400
     The Chillicothe girls were 6th in JV with 16 points
Bailey Pithan was 3rd in discus and 6th in shot put
Montana Plattner was 4th in discus and 7th in shot put


Lady Hornets Soccer team Wins by Shut out 4/28
     
     The Lady Hornet soccer team scored twice and picked up their 6th shut out on the season in a 2-0 home win over St Paul's Lutheran of Concordia. Chillicothe picked up goals from Maggie Pfaff and Harlie Jones. The Lady Hornets Soccer team is now 8-3 on the season.
 

 

Anderson/Henington 2nd at MEC Tennis 4/27
     Chillicothe Tennis' #1 doubles team of Max Anderson and Jacob Hennington took home 2nd in the Midland Empire Conference Doubles tournament. They opened with a bye, beat a Benton team 8-2, beat a Cameron team 8-5 then lost the championship to a Maryville team 3-6, 0-6
     #2 doubles team of Tyler Maasdam and Bryce Larson opened with a loss to a LeBlond team 2-8, had a bye, beat a team 8-2 then lost to the same LeBlond team 3-8
     #1 singles Dalton Rosenbach beat a Lafayette player 8-0, lost to a Maryville player 2-8, beat a Cameron player 8-0, beat a Savannah player 9-8,winning the tie breaker then lost to a Maryville player 1-8 in the consolation final
     #2 singles Nick Malloy lost to a Lafayette player 1-8, beat a Cameron player 8-0, beat a LeBlond player 8-5 then lost to a Maryville player 2-8


Leach No-Hits Lafayette Baseball 4/26
     Chillicothe's Gunnar Leach threw a four hit shut out to lead the Chillicothe Hornets to a 4-0 win over Lafayette. Chillicothe scored one in the fifth and three in the sixth to generate enough offense for the win. Ty Figg and Zach Trout each had a double and a single, Westley Brandsgaard and Leach had two singles each and Tanner Lent, Chase Minnick and Austin Murray all had one hit each.
     Lafayette was held to just four singles and one walk. Leach also struck out four Irish batters.



Hornets Tennis falls to Kirksville at home 4/26
     The Chillicothe Hornets tennis team lost a home meet to Kirksville 1-8. In doubles competition, Max Anderson and Jacob Henington lost love-8, Dalton Rosenbach and Nick Malloy lost love-8 and Tyler Maasdam and Bryce Larson won 8-6. In singles competition, Max Anderson lost love-8, Jacob Henington lost 2-8, Dalton Rosenbach lost 3-8, Tyler Maasdam lost 1-8, Nick Malloy lost 6-8 and Bryce Larson lost 4-8.

     Picking up wins in the Junior Varsity competition, Blake Winfrey and Nick Duncan won 7-5 and in singles, Blake Winfrey, Nick Duncan and Zach Blixt all picked up victories.

 

Keithley Leads Soccer Team to Victory 4/26
     Karson Keithley had two goals and an assist to help the Lady Hornets soccer team to a 3-0 win at Lafayette. Keithley had a goal and an assist on Harlie Jones goal in the first half, then Keithley scored on a penalty kick in the second half.
 

 

Hornets Golf 12th at LeBlond 4/25
    
The Chillicothe boys golf team finished 12th in the 16 team LeBlond tournament, shooting a 419. Hayden Montgomery finished in 21st place with a 90, Trevor Bowling shot a 99, Peyton Moritz shot a 103, CJ Williams a 127 and Clayton Walker a 129.
     In the JV tournament, Ben Saale shot a 127.


Chillicothe Tennis beats Cameron 4/25
     The Chillicothe Boys Tennis team downed Cameron 8-1 at Danner Park. In doubles play Max Anderson and Jacob Henington won 9-7, Dalton Rosenbach adn Nick Mallow won 8-3 and Tyler Maasdam and Bryce Larson won 8-0
      In singles competition Max Anderson lost 4-8, Jacob Hennington won 8-0, Dalton Rosenbach won 8-3, Tyler Maasdam won 8-0, Nick Malloy won 8-1 and Bryce Larson won 8-1. There was no Junior Varsity matches.


9th Grade Baseball Drops Twin Bill 4/25
     The Chillicothe Freshman baseball team lost a double header at St Joseph Benton 6-4 and 10-6. Their record now stands a 3-4 and host Maryville on Wednesday


Girls Soccer Loses at LeBlond 4/25
    
The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Soccer team lost at St Joseph LeBlond 5-0