Hillsboro Coed Varsity Wrestling

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Three Sport Letter Winners

The Hillsboro High School Activities Department would like to recognize and congratulate the following three-sport varsity athletes for the 2016-17 school year. Carlie Sanders (Softball, Basketball, Soccer) – Junior * Luke Allison (Cross Country, Basketball, Golf) – Senior Isaiah Martin (Football, Basketball, Track) – Junior Kelsey Boyd (Softball, Basketball, Track) – Sophomore Isaiah Beck (Soccer,

February Student Athletes of the Month

Congratulations to the Hillsboro High School February Student-Athletes of the Month: Keely Richards – (Girls Basketball) Senior Keely Richards is a member of the girl’s basketball team.  Coach Fehlker said of Keely, “Keely continued her solid season in February. She tied a career-high with 9 points vs Potosi. She also 19 rebounds and was 6-16

State Wrestling Wrapup

The Hillsboro wrestling team wrapped up their season this past week with the 2017 Missouri State Championships. The Hawks sent 6 wrestlers to the state tournament. The Hawks season was capped with an outstanding tournament from Junior Dylan Owens. Owens was the Runner-Up in Class 3 120lb weight class. Owens finished the season 45-2. The

Hawks finish 3rd at Districts

The Hillsboro Wrestling team competed in the Class 3 District 1 tournament this past weekend. The 15 team field sends the top four wrestlers in each weight class to the State Championships in Columbia, MO battling it out in a double-elimination style bracket.  The Hawks, they will be sending six wrestlers to the state meet in

Wrestling Wraps up Regular Season

In mid-January, the wrestlers traveled to Dexter, MO for the annual Southeast MO Conference tournament. This was the first time the team has ever been in the now 13 team field. The Hawks finished in 2nd place in the team standings and had 9 medalists in the top 4. Dylan Owens continued his undefeated season

JV Wrestlers Win Parkway South Tournament

The JV wrestlers wrapped up their season this past Saturday at the Parkway South JV tournament. The Hawks had eight wrestlers finish in the top 5 and had four individual champions in their respective weight class. The Hawks also finished 1st place as a team winning their first tournament of the year. Congratulations on a

For Owens, staying unbeaten is weighty concern

Ted Howell photo Hillsboro junior Dylan Owens pinned Liberty junior Hunter Chaney Saturday in the 120-pound championship. By Russell Korando Wrestlers know all about making sacrifices. So when Hillsboro junior Dylan Owens experienced a “growth spurt” last year, he was worried he wouldn’t be able to cut enough weight to wrestle at 120 pounds, the

Athlete of the Week (Jan. 15, 2017) Dylan Owens, Hillsboro, wrestling

Athlete of the Week (Jan. 15, 2017) Dylan Owens, Hillsboro, wrestling By Russell Korando The junior 126-pounder ran his record to 27-0 this season after beating opponents from De Soto and Festus at a tri-meet Jan. 10. Owens, who has 109 career victories, beat De Soto’s Zachary Nash in a 5-1 decision and pinned Festus’

Owens & Short Reach 100 Wins

The Hawk Wrestlers had a big week of mid-season competition this past week. The Hawks traveled to Excelsior Springs, MO just north of Kansas City to compete with teams on the Western half of the state. The Hawks did well posting three finalist and three other top four finishes. The day was highlighted by Junior