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Freshman Hawks Baseball Continues to Improve, Beating Chaminade for Fourth Straight Win

Freshman Hawks Baseball Continues to Improve, Beating Chaminade for Fourth Straight Win Todd Gurnow Remember when the Hillsboro freshman baseball team started the season 0-2?  How about when they were 2-4?  Very quietly, this squad had shown vast improvement as the season has progressed.  After Tuesday’s 7-6 victory on the road at Chaminade, the Hawks

HHS Freshman Baseball Team Rolls to Three Straight Victories in Two Days

HHS Freshman Baseball Team Rolls to Three Straight Victories in Two Days Todd Gurnow One of the great joys of coaching is watching a team mature and “buy in” as a season progresses.  Welcome to Coach Joe Fehlker’s world.  His Hillsboro freshman baseball team has won three straight games and currently stands at 5-4 on

Hillsboro Freshman Baseball Drops Doubleheader at Jackson

Hillsboro Freshman Baseball Drops Doubleheader at Jackson Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro freshman baseball team took two on the chin Wednesday at Jackson.  Playing a double header against the Indians, the Hawks dropped a 7-3 decision in the first game, and then lost the second, 6-2.  Hillsboro is now 2-4 on the season. Freshman coach Joe

Freshman Hawks Win Second Straight Game With 12-8 Victory Over Union

Freshman Hawks Win Second Straight Game With 12-8 Victory Over Union Todd Gurnow A big six-run sixth inning lifted the Hillsboro freshman baseball team to a 12-8 victory at Union.  The win was the second straight for the Hawks, and improved their record to 2-2 on the season. “After our win the night before over

Hillsboro Freshman Baseball Captures Its First Victory of the Season

Hillsboro Freshman Baseball Captures Its First Victory of the Season Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro freshman baseball team used a big first inning and cruised to a 13-3 victory over Pacific Tuesday at home.  The win was the first for the Hawks, improving their record to 1-2 on the young season. “This was, by far, our

HHS Freshman Baseball Loses to DeSmet Despite Outhitting Spartans

HHS Freshman Baseball Loses to DeSmet Despite Outhitting Spartans Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro freshman baseball team played at home Friday against the DeSmet Spartans.  Despite outhitting the visitors, 9-8, the Hawks came out on the short end of the final score as DeSmet won, 11-2. The Hawks got a defensive gem early in the game. 

Freshman Hawks Baseball Falls Behind Early in Season Opener; Lose to Washington, 8-5

Freshman Hawks Baseball Falls Behind Early in Season Opener; Lose to Washington, 8-5 Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro freshman baseball team had a rough couple of innings as it started its season Tuesday at home.  Falling behind early, the Hawks tried to battle back as the game progressed, but eventually dropped an 8-5 decision to the

Freshman Hawks Looking Forward to First Season of High School Baseball

Freshman Hawks Looking Forward to First Season of High School Baseball Todd Gurnow In this era of youth baseball, where there are so many select teams in just about every age group, high school freshman teams can actually have quite a few players with extensive experience.  For the Hillsboro freshman baseball team, according to coach

Whithead named MVP of JCAA large schools

  Blain Prater left, and Brandon Whitehead were selected the most valuable players for the JCAA small and large schools Ted Howell – Photo By Russell Korando ‘He gives you everything’ While none of Hillsboro’s teams cracked the top three in the state this past year, many Hawks received postseason all-conference honors. In the Mississippi

Champion Hawks lead with four selected to first team

By Russell Korando This season’s Jefferson County Activities Association large-schools championship was decided by a triple play. On May 2, Hillsboro scored single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings and led host Festus 3-1 in the bottom of the seventh. First team all-JCAA pitchers Brandon Whitehead of the Hawks and the Tigers’ Andrew