CHS Cross Country Continues To Improve

The Chillicothe Cross Country runners showed continued improvement in Tuesday’s Smithville meet that featured larger schools. Coach Jennifer Dickson said “I think it will make us better when we hit districts after spending multiple meets racing against larger schools and faster competition.” Every Hornets male runner hit a career Personal Record with an average improved time of 54.2 seconds. The […]

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Hornets Cross Country Preview

The numbers out for Cross Country at Chillicothe High School have increased from last year. Coach Jennifer Dickson says she should have a full boys and girls varsity teams. She feels the addition of a Middle School Cross Country program a few years ago has helped the High School varsity program. She says the 7th and 8th grade teams works […]

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CHS XC Strengthens Schedule

The Chillicothe High School Cross Country schedule has a couple of changes from last season’s schedule. High School Cross Country Coach Jennifer Dickson explains what is new this season and the reason for the change The Hornets Varsity Cross Country season begins August 21st at the Maryville Invitational at 4:00pm .

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MSHSAA Cross Country & Volleyball

Chillicothe High School’s Cross Country qualifiers are in Columbia today for the State Cross Country Championship in Columbia at the Gans Creek course. For the Chillicothe Boys, Senior Hayden Simmer will be competing. The Four Member Lady Hornets team will be competing which includes Aliyah Briner, Kaylynn Cranmer, Juliann Gabrielson, Emily Shipers and Kadence Shipers. A team from the Midland […]

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Lady Hornets & Simmer Headed to State XC

For just the third time in program history and the first time since 1987 the Chillicothe Lady Hornets Cross Country team has qualified for the State Championships. Chillicothe finished in second place behind team champion St Pius X on Saturday. Pius had 18 points and Chillicothe had 41 points. For Chillicothe Aliyah Briner was 8th overall, Kadence Shipers 11th, Juliann […]

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