Hillsboro Girls Varsity Softball

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Hillsboro Varsity Softball Experiences Highs & Lows During Busy Week

Hillsboro Varsity Softball Experiences Highs & Lows During Busy Week Todd Gurnow When a team is 8-2, that headline can be misleading.  There haven’t been too many lows for the Hillsboro varsity softball team so far this season.  But after going 3-1 this week, maybe a little rest is welcomed after ending the week with

HHS Varsity Softball Does Early Damage in Ten-Run Win Over St. Vincent

HHS Varsity Softball Does Early Damage in Ten-Run Win Over St. Vincent Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro Hawks scored 11 runs in the first two innings en route to an 11-1 home victory over St. Vincent on Monday.  The win ups the Hawks record to 6-1 on the season heading into today’s game against Festus. “It

Hawks Get Oh-So-Close to Parkway Softball Tournament Championship; Finish in Second Place

Hawks Get Oh-So-Close to Parkway Softball Tournament Championship; Finish in Second Place 3 days ago Todd Gurnow It was a busy first week of play for the Hillsboro varsity softball team.  And, all in all, a very successful one.  On Wednesday at the Parkway Softball Tournament, the Hawks downed Kirkwood 6-2, and Parkway West 4-3.  This

Hillsboro Varsity Softball Begins New Season Looking Different But Getting Familiar Results

Hillsboro Varsity Softball Begins New Season Looking Different But Getting Familiar Results Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro varsity softball team finished its first day at the Parkway Tourament with an unblemished 2-0 record.  A 9-8 come-from-behind win over Parkway South, and an 11-1 blowout of Ritenour gave the Hawks the number one spot in Pool D

2019 Varsity Softball Hawks Won’t Live in the Past After Fourth Place Finish at State

2019 Varsity Softball Hawks Won’t Live in the Past After Fourth Place Finish at State  Todd Gurnow The question that coaches and athletes on the Hillsboro varsity softball team inevitably have had to face in the preseason is “What can you do to top last season?”  That’s a loaded question when your team finished fourth

Resilient Hillsboro falls short in semifinal, finishes fourth

Resilient Hillsboro falls short in semifinal, finishes fourth By Jim Faasen | STLhighschoolsports.com Oct 26, 2018 SPRINGFIELD, MO. • Hillsboro High senior second baseman Jensen Knudtson marveled at her team’s resilience on Friday. Even though the Hawks dropped an 8-5 decision to Oak Grove in a Class 3 semifinal at Killian Sports Complex, they never stopped

Hillsboro’s Softball Final Four Run Filled With Memories, Emotions, and Cold Hands

Hillsboro’s Softball Final Four Run Filled With Memories, Emotions, and Cold Hands 2 hours ago Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro Hawks have now returned from their historic softball Final Four experience in Springfield.  Each squad member and coach has been able to do something no other person associated with the program has been able to do.  And

Red-hot Nichols leading Hillsboro to state tournament for first time

Red-hot Nichols leading Hillsboro to state tournament for first time By Steve Overbey | STLhighschoolsports.com HILLSBORO, MO. • The cell phone image made the rounds quickly in Hillsboro, a small, sports-crazy town of around 2,800 in Jefferson County. Senior Emma Nichols, one of the hottest softball pitchers in the state, is seen sleeping contently in a chair

Hawks Advance to Softball Final Four With Relentless Attack

Hawks Advance to Softball Final Four With Relentless Attack Todd Gurnow Where does one start?  When the Hillsboro Hawks defeated the St. Louis Notre Dame Rebels by a 12-0 score on Saturday, advancing to the Final Four, there were so many storylines.  Should the emphasis be on the first ever trip to the state finals? 

Hillsboro makes history with first state tournament berth

Hillsboro makes history with first state tournament berth By Steve Overbey | STLhighschoolsports.com LEMAY • Hillsboro High junior Julianna Johnson smashed the ball all over the softball field on Saturday afternoon. Almost like she knew which pitch was coming. Maybe she did. Johnson had three hits and drove in five runs to lead the Hawks to their