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Search For New Football Coach 1/16
      The Chillicothe School District is looking for a new Head Football Coach for just the third time since John Kennedy was President of the United States.
       According to High School Principal Brian Sherrow there is plenty of interest in the position and applications are being received. However,  Sherrow stated in addition to being a Coach, the person hired must also be a teacher, and that is why the hiring process is still in the early stages  The search can't be full speed until officials know what teaching positions will be open next year from teacher retirements. moving on to other things or not re-hired by the school board.
      In addition to a new Head Football Coach, the district will also need to find replacements for several assistant coaches who are also retiring from their coaching duties.
       The Head Coaching position is on tonight's executive session of the Chillicothe School Board Agenda when Principal Sherrow and Athletic Director Dan Nagle will update school board members on the number of applicants received up to this date. No deadline for applications have yet to be set.

 

Games in the KCHI Area Scheduled for Tuesday 1/16
*Note: Due to cold weather and schools closed, some of these games may be called off or rescheduled*

Chillicothe wrestling is scheduled to compete at St Joseph Benton. Both schools were closed today (Tuesday)

Basketball games originally scheduled for Tuesday:
LeBlond at Lawson Boys
Smithville at Excelsior Springs Boys
Polo at Trenton
Tina Avalon at Grundy County
Norborne at Brunswick
Bevier at Northwestern
Green City at Meadville
Linn County at Novinger
South Harrison at Milan
LeBlond Girls at Falls City, Nebraska
Mid Buchanan at Maryville Boys
St Joe Christian at Braymer
Hale/Bosworth at Tri County of Jamesport
Gilman City at Newtown-Harris
Bunceton at Keytesville
King City at Pattonsburg
Maysville at Gallatin
Polo at Trenton
Higginsville vs Carrollton
Hamilton at Maryville girls


Monday Basketball Area Schedule
1/15
Macon Boys Tournament - 1st round games
4:30 - #3 Mexico vs #6 Macon
6:00 - #2 Centralia vs #7 Brookfield
7:30 - #1 Harrisburg vs #8 Father Tolton Junior Varsity
9:00 - #4 Kirksville vs #5 Moberly
Non Tournament game
East Buchanan boys at Savannah
 

Basketball Tournament results from Saturday  1/15

Lawson Tournament
Boys Championship: Hamilton 73, Lawson 65
Boys 3rd Place: Richmond 67, Trenton 47
Boys Consolation: Carrollton 48, Gallatin 36
Girls Championship: Trenton 60, Hamilton 44
Girls 3rd Place: Gallatin 49, North Platte 48
Girls Consolation: Lawson 49, Richmond 48

Osborn Tournament
Boys Championship: Winston 61, Polo 49
Boys 3rd Place: Pattonsburg 63, DeKalb 28
Girls Championship: Orrick 57, DeKalb 37
Girls 3rd Place: Polo 41, Osborn 30
 
Milan Tournament
Boys Championship: Milan 62, Putnam County 43
Boys 3rd Place: Novinger 60, Linn County 57
Boys Consolation: Green City 78, Grundy County 42
Girls Championship: Green City 74, Milan 41
Girls 3rd Place: Brashear 5,0 Grundy County 41
Girls Consolation: Putnam County 70, Bucklin Macon County 43

Bill Burns Classic in Lathrop
Boys Championship: Lathrop 57, Plattsburg 52
Boys 3rd Place: Van Horn 77, Braymer45
Boys Consolation: Cameron 64, Northland Christian 41
Girls Championship: Savannah 45, Northland Christian 38
Girls 3rd Place: Lathrop 31, Plattsburg 28


Wrestlers Sweep Triangular Meet 1/10
      The Chillicothe varsity wrestling team benefited from a full roster and went on to beat Carrollton and Richmond in a triangular meet on the road.
       The Hornets beat Carrollton 62-15. 106 Sheldon Rader won 13-2, 138 Lavery Jones won by pin in 1:13, 145 Kaleb Mullikin and 152 Dawson Wheeler both lost by pin, 160 Deon Reynolds lost 3-9 and 170 Isaac Washburn won 11-2. Chillicothe won the other 8 weight classes with byes.
      Chillicothe beat Richmond 56-21. 106 Sheldon Rader lost by pin, 113 Kaden Akers won 11-2, 120 Ryan Panholzer lost by pin, 126 Colton Sewell lost 5-10, 132 Zackary Boyles won 8-3, 132 Lavery Jones lost by pin, 145 Kaleb Mullikin won by pin and 195 Matthew Callen won 12-3. The other 7 Hornet wrestlers won with byes.
         

Early Run Costs Hornets Basketball 1/10
      The Chillicothe Boys Basketball team fell behind early and lost a conference home game to Maryville 53-44. Maryville scored the first eight points in the contest including two straight treys to start the scoring. Maryville built a 15 point lead in the second quarter and led by 10 early in the 4th quarter. Chillicothe cut it to five points three times but could get no closer.
      Hornets Coach Tim Cool said his team was on their heels from the beginning.
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      Chillicothe was led by their two Sophomores: Westley Brandsgaard with 13 points including going 11 of 11 at the free throw line and CJ Pfaff with 10 points of the bench. Adler Marshall and Jack Willard each had 7 points, Konner Sewell with 4, Walker Graves with 3 and playing time for Jon Burk and Hayden Montgomery. Chillicothe falls to 13-2 overall and 1-1 in the Conference.

 

JV Hornets Basketball lose 1/10
     The Maryville Junior Varsity jumped on top of Chillicothe early and rolled up a 51-29 win. Maryville JV led by 11 at the end of the first quarter. Chillicothe was led by William Perry with 14, Hayden Simmer with 5, Hunter Swift with 4, Bradley Riley, Mason Baxter and Peyton Forck each had 2 points