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Boys 1st Girls 4th at Brookfield Track 3/28
     The Chillicothe boys track team was 1st and the girls were 4th in the 6-team meet at Brookfield. The Chillicothe Boys scored 201 points with Macon 2nd. 1st place for Brett Shaffer in the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles and 200 dash, Layne  Worman in  the 800, 1600 and 3200, Walker Graves in the shot put and discus,  Jacob Anderson in the long jump,  Isaak Rashe in the 400, Bradley Mosier in the Javelin, the 4x200 relay team of Isaak Rasche, Peyton Forck, Deon Reynolds and  Jon Burk, the 4x400 relay team of Jacob Anderson, Jack Willard, Peyton Forck and Brett Shaffer.
2nd for Jon Burk in the triple jump and long jump, Deon Reynolds in the 100,  William Perry in the 800 and Peyton Forck in the high jump. 3rd place for Eric Davis in the discus, Jacob Anderson in the triple jump, Jack Willard in the pole vault, Peyton Forck in the 200 and Walker Graves in the javelin, 4th for the 4x800 relay team of Joseph  Thompson, Gunnar Young, Ben Hayen and William Perry, Isaiah Kille in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Luke Hopper in the discus, and William Perry in the 1600,  5th place for Bradley Mosier in the pole vault, Eric Davis in the shot put and Dean Adkins in the javelin and 6th for Joey Thompson in the 3200.
     On the Girls side,  Salisbury won the 6 team meet with Chillicothe Lady Hornets 4th.  Whitney Clampitt on the high jump and long jump, Jaime Albertson won the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, 2nd for Kylee Larson in  the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Whitney Clampitt in the 200, 4th for the 4x200 relay team of Gracy Reeter, Libby Adkins, Kaelynn Evans and Jordan Hibner and Kennedy Corzette in the triple jump. 5th for Kylee Larson in the 100, Kennedy Corzette in the pole vault and he 4x100 relay of Gracy Reeter, Libby Adkins, Christina DeJesus and Jordan Hibner and Kaelynn Evans in the100hurdles and Evans 6th in  the 300 hurdles.


Marshall Edges Hornets Tennis 5-4 3/28

     The Chillicothe Boys Tennis team lost a close match at Marshall 5-4. In doubles competition, Max Anderson and Jacob Hennington lost 4-10, Dalton Rosenbach and Nick Malloy lost 8-10 and Tyler Maasdam and Bryce Larson won 10-7.
In Varsity singles Max Anderson lost 1-10, Jacob Hennington lost 2-10, Tyler Maasdam won 11-9, Bryce Larson won 10-7, Nick Malloy won 10-4, and Dalton Rosenbach lost 10-6.
     The Hornets Junior Varsity won 3 out of 6 matches.  Dallas Arnold and Nick Duncan won 9-8 (7-3), Seth Bayte and Brenden Nelson won 8-6, Noah Crowe and Graham Mayers won 8-3.



Lady Hornets Soccer Loses Close Match 3/28
     The Chillicothe Lady Hornets soccer team lost a close match at Smithville 3-0. After a scoreless 55 minutes, Smithville took a 1-0 lead. They tacked two more goals on the scoreboard in the final 6 minutes of the game. Lady Hornets Goalkeeper Kennedie Kieffer had 19 saves in the game.



Media All District Basketball Team 3/28
     Four Chillicothe basketball players were named to the Sportswriters and Sportscasters All District Basketball team. Named to the Class 4 and 5 boys team was Cade Snyder, and named to the girls team were Whitney Clampitt, Katelyn Parkey and Hannah Jones, all seniors.
     The final Missouri Basketball Coaches top ten poll has the Lady Hornets finishing the season in 5th place, behind the four state tournament semifinal teams.

Lady Hornets Basketball Team Honored 

Chillicothe's lady hornets basketball team was honored for their stand out season at the annual banquet Monday night, saying goodbye to 10 senior players that helped guide the team to a 94-19 record over four years, for an 83% winning percentage.
   Coach Darren Smith said it's been a great run for the seniors
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   Smith said this year's team set the bar pretty high for the next group of players
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   The freshman team went 9-2, Junior Varsity went 12-2 and Varsity finished 25-3 and won three regular season tournaments and the district tournament. It is the first girls basketball team in school history to win 4 tournaments in one season.
   In the awards portion, Whitney Clampitt won most valuable player, Hannah Jones won the Swiss Army Knife award for versatility, Maggie Leatherman won the Heart and Soul award, Karson Keithley won the defensive player award, Katelyn Parkey won the rebound and three point award, and Mikah Clark, Emma Leamer, Carly Gardner, Jalynn Reeter and Sheridan Guilford all won the Ultimate Teammate Award. .