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Results from Chillicothe Basketball Jamboree 11/18

     Chillicothe's varsity basketball teams looked sharp in a 3 team jamboree Friday night at Chillicothe High School. Coaches had a good look at all their varsity players in game-like situations against teams from Mexico and Brookfield. Each scrimmage was three quarters that were each six minutes long. The scores were cleared after each quarter.
     For the Chillicothe Lady Hornets they fought off a physical Mexico team that pressed the Lady Hornets early in the contest. Mexico won the first quarter 11-10, Chillicothe won the final two 9-7 and 9-6. In the second match up Chillicothe rolled past the Brookfield girls team 7-2, 12-2 and 8-4.
      For the Chillicothe Boys team they faced to tall and talented Mexico team. Mexico won the first quarter 9-7 and the second quarter 11-8, but Chillicothe dominated the final quarter, winning 15-1. The Hornets had few problems against Brookfield, winning all three quarters 18-8, 11-7 and 16-5.
      Chillicothe opens the season Tuesday in a home varsity double header against Penney of Hamilton with the Girls game at 6:00 and boys to follow at 7:30, both games can be heard live on KCHI


Shaffer wins Trager Award at Football Banquet 11/17

     Chillicothe Football Senior Defensive Back and Running Back Brett Shaffer won this years Shawn Trager Memorial Award at the annual Hornets Football banquet and was presented with a $1,000 scholarship by members of the Trager Family in honor of the late Hornets stand out football player that died in college in an automobile accident. It was the only award presented at the annual Football banquet that featured a lot of praise and a few stories from this years Conference Championship Hornets football team.
     Kayde Burton, one of the 13 seniors on the team, talked about what it was like playing with his Senior classmates, all of which were starters on the team
           Audio: Kayde Burton
      The Chillicothe Junior Varsity team went 5-1 and the freshmen finished 2-3 and ended with a 2-game winning streak. Despite speculation, Head Coach Phil Willard made no comment about whether he will return again next season, or if he will retire.



Soccer Team Honored at Banquet 11/17
The District Championship Chillicothe Hornets Soccer team was also honored at their banquet. Coach Tim Cunningham commented that he felt the team played their best soccer at the end of the season

           <Audio: Tim Cunningham>
      Chillicothe won just their second district championship this season. All Conference honors were presented to 9 Hornet players:

First team to Defender Jacob Chapman and Midfielder Gavin Seeley. Second team honors to Defender Hunter Horton and Forward Bryce Hague and honorable mention honors to Goalie Drew Toedebusch, Defenders Logan Minnick and Ethan Corbin, mid Fielder Jacob Anderson and Forward Mason Baxter.


Chillicothe Middle School Basketball Results 11/17

        Chillicothe 8th Grade boys basketball team lost to Marshall's Bueker middle school teams. In the A team game Chillicothe outscored Bueker in the second half but lost 37-23. Damarcus Kelow had 9 points, Brock Ward 6, Chace Corbin 3, Cameron Fleener 3, Quentin Cranmer 2, playing time for Gage Leamer, Carson Crawford, Drake Cosgrove and Emmett Young.

     In the B Team game Bueker won 25-19. Chillicothe was led by Josh Gault with 6, Drake Cosgrove 5, Anderson DeJesus 3, Logan Distler 2, Emmett Young 2 and Cameron Fleener 1 with playing time for Carson Crawford, Ben Cueni-Smith, Nate King and Ben Pithan.


Bishop Hogan Basketball Results 11/17
The Bishop Hogan Middle School teams played their final game of the season Thursday evening at Bishop Hogan with the girls team beating Hale 53 to 26. Essie Hicks led the scoring with 21 points. Jessica Reeter scored 18, Izzie Montgomery scored 10, Ellie Barnett and Kaylynn Cramner scored 2, and playing time for Alexis Anderson, Isabelle Witt, Allison Higgins, and Lilly Stedem. The girls end their season with a record of 9 and 1.
     The boys team lost 53 to 18. James Matthew had 6 points. Connor Douglas and Matty Douglas each scored 4, Jackson Reeter and Kyan Douglas each scored 2 and playing time for Kaden Cramner, Cameron Williams, Jake Constant, and Patrick Kinsella. The boys end their season with a record of 5 and 4.


Two Post Season Banquet Thursday 11/16
The Final High School fall sports banquets are tonight in Chillicothe. The District Champion Boys Soccer team will hold their banquet at 5:30pm at the First Baptist Church in Chillicothe
     The Conference champion Hornets Football team banquet will be tonight at 6:00pm at the Chillicothe High School commons.
For more information, contact the Chillicothe High School Office.

Wrestling Hopes To Build On Success
The Chillicothe Wrestling team has just two weeks to be ready for their first match of the season. The Hornets had one of their best wrestling seasons ever last year but graduated a State Champion and several other medalists, state qualifiers and seniors.
Coach Chad Smith hopes last year's success will carry over to this season with some key experience returning
          <Audio: Coach Chad Smith>
     Smith has just over 30 students out for wrestling. Their first match is November 30th at home against Marshall

7th Grade Basketball Wins Again
     The Chillicothe 7th grade boys basketball teams picked up wins over Bueker Middle School of Marshall. The Hornets A team won 44-13 led by Wyatt Brandsgaard with 16 points, Griff Bonderer with 10, Cayden Potter with 9, Gabe Hansen had 4, Landon Winder 3 and Carson Steele 2.
     The B Team Hornets won 13-11 led by Isaiah Sprong with 4, Carter Crawford 3, Gabe Kiel 3, Cayleb Cothern 2 and Carson Steele 1