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Hawks Advance to Tournament Semifinal With Victory over Arcadia Valley

Hawks Advance to Tournament Semifinal With Victory over Arcadia Valley Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team will advance to the Sechrest Central Christmas Tournament semifinals after beating Arcadia Valley Saturday, 50-39.  The Hawks are now 8-2 on the season, and are winners of their last four games. Saturday’s contest was an example of

Hawks Dismantle Pirates in First Round Game of Sechrest Tournament

Hawks Dismantle Pirates in First Round Game of Sechrest Tournament Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team had to wait until the next to last game of the first round to get on the court to compete in the Bob Sechrest Jr. Christmas Tournament at Park Hills Central.  All that pent up anticipation to

Varsity Hawks Shake Off Slow Start to Beat Blue Jays by Nine

Varsity Hawks Shake Off Slow Start to Beat Blue Jays by Nine Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team enters the Christmas break with a 6-2 record after defeating Jefferson, 63-54, Saturday at the JCAA Shootout.  The Hawks rebounded from a slow start that saw the team trailing at halftime in the game played

Hawks Varsity Boys Dismantle North County…One Three-Pointer at a Time

Hawks Varsity Boys Dismantle North County…One Three-Pointer at a Time Todd Gurnow If the Hillsboro Hawks boys varsity basketball team was suffering from cabin fever over the last few days with the snowy weather we’ve had, it sure didn’t show Thursday night at North County.  The team drained 14 three-pointers en route to a 79-48

Hillsboro Loses Steighorst Title in Overtime by One Point

Hillsboro Loses Steighorst Title in Overtime by One Point Todd Gurnow Saturday’s championship game of the Gene Steighorst Invitational had just about anything anybody could want…momentum shifts, excellent shooting, tenacious defense, enthusiastic fans, and overtime.  The only problem for the Hillsboro Hawks fans in attendance was the final score.  The Eureka Wildcats pulled out an

Hillsboro’s Defense Helps Team Advance to Steighorst Final

Hillsboro’s Defense Helps Team Advance to Steighorst Final Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team will make its fourth straight appearance in the championship game of its own Gene Steighorst Invitational later today.  The Hawks used a strong second half to defeat Windsor on Friday, 75-66, in a tournament semifinal game.  Hillsboro will meet

Hillsboro Eases Past Northwest in Opening Round of Varsity Boys’ Steighorst Tournament

Hillsboro Eases Past Northwest in Opening Round of Varsity Boys’ Steighorst Tournament Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team had little trouble taking care of business Monday, as the team opened the 2019 Gene Steighorst Tournament with a resounding 87-30 victory over the Northwest Lions.  The win advances the Hawks to a semifinal matchup

Hawks Take Third Place Plaque at Fountain City Classic

Hawks Take Third Place Plaque at Fountain City Classic Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team defeated Duchesne, 63-42, Saturday to take third place at the Fountain City Classic at DeSoto High School.  Friday, the Hawks took their first loss of the season, losing to eventual tournament runner-up, Rockwood Summit, 59-53. Saturday’s victory featured

Varsity Hawks Use Depth and Experience to Down Ste. Gen in Season Opener

Varsity Hawks Use Depth and Experience to Down Ste. Gen in Season Opener Todd Gurnow If opponents expect to keep up with the Hillsboro Hawks boys varsity basketball team this season, they better have a very deep bench.  The Hawks sent waves of players at the Ste. Gen Dragons Monday in a quarterfinal game of

HHS Boys Varsity Basketball Looks to a Mix of Returnees & Newcomers This Winter

HHS Boys Varsity Basketball Looks to a Mix of Returnees & Newcomers This Winter Todd Gurnow The Hillsboro boys varsity basketball team begins the 2019-20 season looking to replace an all-state performer and the school’s career three point leader, but it still has plenty of talent on the roster to cause headaches for opponents. “We