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Turnovers and Special Teams Spell Defeat for Hawks in District Football Semifinal Game

Turnovers and Special Teams Spell Defeat for Hawks in District Football Semifinal Game  Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro Hawks found themselves trailing in Friday’s district football semifinal game before they even had a chance to run an offensive play.  That was an omen of things to come, as they saw their season come to a close

Hawks Methodically Take Care of Sikeston in First Round of District Football Play

Hawks Methodically Take Care of Sikeston in First Round of District Football Play Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro Hawks football team played a terrific defensive game, while their offense did what it needed to do in defeating Sikeston 23-6 Friday night at HHS.  The victory advances the Hawks (4-6) into a district semifinal game against Cape

Second Quarter Dooms Hawks in Loss at Poplar Bluff

Second Quarter Dooms Hawks in Loss at Poplar Bluff Todd Gurnow A second quarter that saw the Poplar Bluff Mules score 27 points proved to be Hillsboro’s downfall in a 39-26 loss Friday on the road.  Hillsboro enters district play with a 3-6 record. Friday’s game started out with a lot of promise as the

Varsity Hawks Lose to North County in Three Overtime Thriller

Varsity Hawks Lose to North County in Three Overtime Thriller Todd Gurnow This story was written by Hillsboro junior, Emily Hoese The Hawks rolled into Bonne Terre Friday evening, looking to be the spoilers of North County’s Homecoming.  Instead, the game was reminiscent of the brawl between Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed in the original Rocky.  When

Patterson’s big night leads Hillsboro past De Soto

Rick Ulreich – Photo By Joe Harris | Special to STLhighschoolsports.com HILLSBORO, MO. — Hillsboro High freshman Jaxin Patterson crashed the party. The 14-year-old running back was a workhorse for the Hawks offense as he carried 42 times for 238 yards in the Hawks’ 27-12 win over De Soto on Friday night. The Dragons were looking to

Prep football roundup: Hawks roll up Tigers

Prep football roundup: Hawks roll up Tigers By Gordon Bess and Russell Korando Sep 26, 2019 Hillsboro took a double dose of motivation into its game against Festus on Friday night. First, of course, is the longstanding rivalry between the schools, who have tussled many times for the championship of the Mississippi Area Football Conference

Hillsboro rides powerful ground game to win over Festus

Hillsboro rides powerful ground game to win over Festus By Joe Harris | Special to STLhighschoolsports.com  Sep 20, 2019 HILLSBORO, MO. — There is nothing fancy about Hillsboro’s offense, but when it works, it is a thing of beauty. The Hawks have traditionally been known for their ground and pound attack, but took it to

From Hillsboro to West Point: How Mike Krysl became Army’s special teams coordinator

From Hillsboro to West Point: How Mike Krysl became Army’s special teams coordinator   POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 BY TIM GODFREY POSTED IN FAKE THE FAKE PUNT, FTFP Mike Krysl walks the sideline during Army’s Sept. 7 game against Michigan. The Black Knights lost, 24-21, in double-overtime. (Photo courtesy of Army Athletic Communications) Andy Lierman needed an offensive coordinator.

Same As It Ever Was…Hawks Varsity Football Beats Festus for Seventh Straight Time

Same As It Ever Was…Hawks Varsity Football Beats Festus for Seventh Straight Time Todd Gurnow Photo Courtesy of Hillsboro High Admin Twitter Page Back in 1981, a musical group called The Talking Heads had a hit song called Once in a Lifetime.  In the lyrics, the lead singer says the phrase “same as it ever was”