Hiawatha High School is celebrating Big Seven League champs with its volleyball team and the boys cross country team.
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The Mustang girls cross country repeated as TVL champions and have their eyes on a regional championship as well.
Saturday marked the third meeting of the season, the rubber match and a potential Sub-State championship game preview between the Lady Red Hawks and the Nemaha Central Thunder, as the two teams met in the championship of this weekend’s Sabetha Invitational Tournament, with the Hiawatha squad…
The Hiawatha Red Hawk cross country team competed at the Big 7 League meet on Thursday afternoon, as the group traveled to Hoyt to vie for League honors for the 2021 season.
The Doniphan West cross country is headed into the final stretch of its season, with the TVL meet at Centralia on Thursday, Oct. 14, a meet at Jackson Heights on Tuesday, Oct. 19, and the regional meet at Centralia on Saturday, Oct. 23.
Saturday saw the Hiawatha volleyball team travel to Atchison to compete in the Atchison Invitational Tournament. The Red Hawks continued their winning ways in the competition, sweeping their way through pool play and the championship rounds to take home the hardware.
The Hiawatha Red Hawks carried some momentum into Friday night’s game with the Holton Wildcats, fresh off a 45-7 destruction of Jeff West the week before, there was an air that this might be the season that the Hawks could face down the Holton squad that has been a consistent stumbling block.
In what has been a shortened season for the Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk tennis squad, the girls had a busy week, competing twice to wrap up the month of September.
The Mustangs are 1-1 in district play with a 62-14 win over Maranatha Academy on Friday, Oct. 1 at the Highland Community College field. Their loss in district play came from Washington County the previous week. The Mustangs next play at Clifton Clyde on Friday, Oct. 8.
The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk volleyball team hosted the Holton Wildcats and the Riverside Cyclones on Tuesday night for a Big 7 triangular, and the Hawks continued to roll over their opponents as they approach the postseason.
Hiawatha hosted the Jeff West Tigers on Friday night, as the school celebrated pregame with Homecoming ceremonies, and the Red Hawks kept the party up on the field, blowing Jeff West away by a score of 45-7.
Football: The Chargers picked up their fourth loss of the season on Friday night, as the Horton football squad hosted JCN and took the 60-3 loss in the game. The loss puts Horton’s losing streak at 33, as Coach David Losey continues to search for a way to right the ship. The Chargers have gi…
The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk volleyball team traveled to Holton on Tuesday night, and the Hawks were handed their first Big 7 loss of the season, but also picked up another win.
The Hiawatha High School cross country team scattered this week, as half of the team hit Nemaha Central’s Invitational meet on Thursday afternoon, and the other group traveled to Rim Rock in Lawrence on Saturday to test themselves against the state’s best.
After dropping a close contest in Week 1 of this football season, the Hiawatha Red Hawk football team and Coach Mike Downard needed to hit the reset button, and the team will do that again this week, washing away Friday night’s 48-0 thumping at the hands of the Rock Creek Mustangs.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk cross country team hosted their home meet on Thursday, as the annual Hiawatha Invitational was held at the Hiawatha Country Club. The Red Hawks continued to improve, and put up some solid finishes on their home course.
For the third straight season, the Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk volleyball team has hoisted their own trophy following the Hiawatha Invitational Tournament, as the Hawks swept their way through the competition on Saturday.
Two teams walked onto the field for Friday’s Big 7 match up between the home Riverside Cyclones and the visiting Hiawatha Red Hawks, but only one team truly showed up, and from the opening whistle, it was the Hiawatha ran the Cyclones up and down the field, scoring at will on their way to a …
It has been a busy week for the Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk volleyball squad, as the team took part in the Nemaha Central Invitational Tournament on Saturday, then squared off in a pair of contests against Perry Lecompton on Tuesday afternoon, all the while, preparing for Saturday’s Hiawatha Invi…
The tide certainly turned this week for both teams in Friday night’s match up between the Perry Lecompton Kaws and the Hiawatha Red Hawks.
The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawks continue to climb into the state volleyball picture. After taking down state-ranked Nemaha Central a week ago, the Hawks took part in a triangular at Jeff West, and piled onto to the rough start of another ranked squad, besting both Sabetha and Jeff West.
Football: The Horton Charger football squad got their season off and going on Friday night, but could not pick up the win the team was hoping for, as they fell 45-7. The previous night, the Everest Middle School squad picked up a 36-0 win over Pleasant Ridge. The HHS squad will host Jackson …
Saturday morning marked the start of the cross country season for the Hiawatha Red Hawks, as the team traveled to Silver Lake for an early-season race. The Hawks ran without several longtime standouts for the first time, and put forth a solid day’s work as Coach Becky Shamburg works to shape…