Hillsboro Boys Varsity Basketball

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Hillsboro beats Farmington to repeat as district champions

The Hillsboro boys basketball team beat Farmington 68-56 to win the Class 4 District 2 championship Friday night. Ted Howell photo By Russell Korando Halftime adjustments are a wonderful thing. They can save a season. In the first half of Friday night’s Class 4 District 2 boys basketball championship at Farmington, the host Knights (No.

Hillsboro overtakes Farmington to earn repeat

ADAM BREWER 573-518-3638 Mar 2, 2018 Updated Mar 3, 2018 FARMINGTON – Hillsboro received a tremendous boost from Michael Brewer to spur a 19-7 run during the third quarter, and established its first lead against Farmington in the Class 4, District 2 championship game Friday night. Brewer recorded 12 of his game-high 22 points during the period

Hillsboro tops Helias 78-69 (Jeff City News Tribune Article)

Hillsboro tops Helias 78-69 January 21st, 2018 by Greg Jackson COLUMBIA, Mo. — The game plan worked for the first eight minutes for the Helias Crusaders. Then the second quarter began. Hillsboro scored just nine points in the first quarter, then opened the second quarter on a 9-0 run. The Hawks wouldn’t have any trouble scoring

Hillsboro beats Knights for tourney title

Matt King – Photo BY MATT KING 573-518-3637 Dec 31, 2017  Daily Journal PARK HILLS – Although the Hillsboro boys basketball program has enjoyed plenty of recent success, the big trophy from the Central Christmas Tournament kept eluding its grasp. A patient and unselfish approach helped the unbeaten Hawks remove that void Saturday night with a 65-54

Unbeaten Hillsboro captures Bob Sechrest Jr. championship for first time

The Hillsboro boys basketball team won the Bob Sechrest Jr. Christmas Tournament for the first time after beating Farmington 65-54 on Saturday night at Park Hills Central. Russell Korando photo By Russell Korando The Bob Sechrest Jr. Christmas Tournament just concluded its 62nd year. The Hillsboro Hawks are the boys champions for the very first

No. 1 seeded Hawks rout Hornets

Hillsboro senior Stefan Hassell prepares to take a free throw against Crystal City on Tuesday in the opening round of the 62nd annual Bob Sechrest Jr. Christmas Tournament. Russell Korando photo By Russell Korando Hillsboro was 10-0 when it lost its first game of the 2016-2017 season. The Hawks’ first loss was to Farmington in

Hawks fly high at JCAA Shootout

Hillsboro senior Gaven Pinkley dunks the ball against Saint Louis University High on Saturday night during the final game of the JCAA Shootout at Jefferson College. Ron Rigdon photo By Russell Korando Hillsboro didn’t have an answer for St. Louis University High senior Matt Leritz in the first half of Saturday’s final game of the

Hillsboro repeats as champ of Gene Stieghorst tournament

Photo by Paul Halfacre By Paul Halfacre | STLhighschoolsports.com HILLSBORO, MO. • Gaven Pinkley scored from everywhere on the floor Saturday night. He swallowed every loose ball that got near him. He whipped the ball to an open teammate for an open look time and time again. When he was near the ball, the Hillsboro High boys basketball

Hawks cruise to win over Tigers

Hillsboro senior Gaven Pinkley dunks the ball during practice before the season began. Pinkley scored 25 points in the Hawks’ 64-41 win against Festus on Friday night. Ted Howell photo By Russell Korando Festus tried to slow the pace of the game against high-powered Hillsboro in Friday night’s semifinals of the 62nd annual Gene Steighorst