Hillsboro Boys Junior Varsity Football

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Jackson Edges Hillsboro in Shortened JV Football Game

Jackson Edges Hillsboro in Shortened JV Football Game 5 hours ago Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro junior varsity football team dropped a close contest to the Jackson Indians Monday night at home by the score of 16-14.  The two teams were only able to play two quarters due to a lack of numbers on the Hawks’ squad. 

Hawks JV Football Loses Tough Contest to DeSoto

Hawks JV Football Loses Tough Contest to DeSoto Todd Gurnow Things didn’t start well for the Hillsboro junior varsity football team on Monday night at home.  The DeSoto Dragons returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and never looked back, handing the Hawks a 28-18 defeat.  It was only the second loss in seven games

HHS Junior Varsity Football Wins Nail-biter Road Game at North County

HHS Junior Varsity Football Wins Nail-biter Road Game at North County Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro junior varsity football team moved to 5-1 on the season with a close, hard fought victory at North County Monday.  The Hawks defeated the Raiders, 38-36. The cast of characters were many for Hillsboro, as several players were highlighted by

Hillsboro JV Football Handles Windsor, 46-7

Hillsboro JV Football Handles Windsor, 46-7 Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro JV football team had an easy time Monday night at Windsor.  The Hawks broke open the game early and cruised to a 46-7 victory.  The win improves the Hawks’ record to 4-1 on the season. Zak Windholz scored the first touchdown from 12 yards out to

HILLSBORO JV FOOTBALL PUTS UP 54 POINTS AGAINST ST. CHARLES WEST

HILLSBORO JV FOOTBALL PUTS UP 54 POINTS AGAINST ST. CHARLES WEST SEPTEMBER 5, 2018 TODD GURNOW The Hillsboro junior varsity football team gave the scoreboard a workout Tuesday night at home against St. Charles West.  The Hawks defeated the Warriors, 54-26.  The victory gives the JV team a 2-0 mark on the young season. Head JV

Athlete of the Week (Nov. 12, 2017) — Tyler Isaacson, Hillsboro, football

Tyler Isaacson Ted Howell photo By Russell Korando The senior quarterback guided the Hawks to the Class 4 quarterfinals for the first time in five years. Isaacson scored the game-winning touchdowns in the fourth quarter of the district semifinal against Farmington and championship against Cape Girardeau Central. In Hillsboro’s 34-20 loss to Ladue in the

Postseason games to watch

By David Kvidahl | STLhighschoolsports.com What: Class 4 quarterfinal. When: 7 p.m. Friday. Watch: Live stream on Prepcasts.com. Records: Ladue 10-2; Hillsboro 9-3. Rankings: Ladue, No. 4 Missouri Media Class 4. Last week: Ladue 52, MICDS 21; Hillsboro 36, Cape Central 28. Up next: Winner of Parkway Central (11-1) and Rolla (7-5) in a semifinal. On Ladue: Makes third quarterfinal appearance in last four

Hawks brace for Ladue in state quarterfinals

By Russell Korando The last time Hillsboro was in the quarterfinals was in 2012. The Hawks lost 37-14 to St. Mary’s. The last Hillsboro meeting against Ladue was Sept. 9, 2005. The Hawks, 1-9 that year, had fewer than 200 yards of total offense and were shut out 42-0 by the Rams in Hillsboro. Hillsboro

Cape Central football’s four-year district reign ends in 36-28 loss at Hillsboro

Hillsboro’s Joe Garner is brought down by Cape Central’s Joseph Baker during the first quarter of the Class 4 District 1 championship Friday, Nov. 3, 2017 in Hillsboro, Missouri. (Fred Lynch) By Trent Singer ~ Southeast Missourian HILLSBORO, Mo. — For the last four years, the Cape Central football team has been bestowed with the

80-yard drive in fourth quarter powers Hillsboro to district championship

Hillsboro tries to block an extra-point attempt by Cape Girardeau Central during Friday night’s Class 4 District 1 championship. Ted Howell photo By Russell Korando It’s a drive that won’t soon be forgotten in Hillsboro.  It was a drive that produced a district championship for the Hawks for the first time in five years. The