The Hiawatha Swim Team competed against Marysville at Saturday’s opening meet at home.
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The Doniphan West track team had a strong presence at the state meet, with athletes bringing home 13 medals including two golds; and the girls team placed 5th overall.
The Horton Chargers finished just four inches away from a State championship on Saturday, as junior Maliyah Soto took home a silver medal in the long jump as the Kansas Class 2A State track meet.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk track team took 10 competitors to last weekend’s Class 3A State track meet in Wichita. Seven of the ten finished their seasons on the medal stand at the biggest meet of the year.
Ten Doniphan West track athletes have qualified to compete in the state track meet in Wichita on Saturday, May 29 by placing in the top four of their events at the regional level. The Lady Mustangs also placed second overall out of 29 teams and received a plaque, and the boys placed sixth.
The Horton Chargers took part in the Class 2A Regional track meet at Valley Heights on Friday afternoon, and were led on the day by junior stand-out Maliyah Soto.
The annual All-Big 7 baseball and softball lists have been released, and a trio of Hiawatha Red Hawks have be honored for their play this season.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk track team traveled to Beloit on Friday afternoon to take part in their Class 3A Regional track meet. A total of ten Red Hawks qualified for this Friday’s Class 3A State meet at Wichita State University’s Cessna Stadium.
The Hiawatha Red Hawks wrapped up their season on Monday night, as the team traveled to Leavenworth for the opening round of the 2021 Regional tournament. The Hawks were lined up across the top overall seed in the bracket, the Bishop Ward Cyclones, and could not get things going as they fell 10-0.
The season has come to an end for the Hiawatha High School softball team, as they fell 15-0 to the Rock Creek Mustangs in the opening round of their Regional tournament.
Doniphan West Mustang track had a strong showing at the TVL meet, claiming six first place finishes and breaking two school records. The girls team finished second out of the 13 schools and the boys placed sixth at the meet in Washington County High School.
The Horton Chargers took part in Thursday afternoon’s Northeast Kansas League track meet, and had a few top finishes, notably a pair of league best outcomes for junior Maliyah Soto.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk track team is nearing the end of its season, as postseason races have started. The Hawks traveled to Perry Lecompton High School on Thursday afternoon and had several competitors come away with league championships in their events.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk golf team took part in the league meet this week, traveling to the Holton Country Club. Coach Gordon Gunderson took two golfers to the meet and both placed in the top 30.
Three new Doniphan West track records were set at the JCN track meet on Friday, May 7. The girls 4x100m relay of Allie Horner, Malaina Whetstine, Taygen Reno, and Avery Weathersbee came in with a time of 54.87; the girls 4x800m relay of Elle Williams, Claire Cole, Lena Leatherman, and Avery …
The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk softball squad hosted Atchison on Thursday night, as the team played their final games of the regular season and celebrated Senior Night. The Hawks put forth a tremendous effort on the night, earning a pair of blowout wins.
The Horton Charger golf squad traveled to St. Mary’s to participate in Saturday’s invitational tournament, and the team continued to play well on course and improve.
The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk softball team played a pair of doubleheaders over the past week, putting together a 3-1 record across the four games.
The regular season has come to a close for the Hiawatha Red Hawk baseball team, and after a league schedule that has been treacherous, the Hawks picked up a win in their finale on Tuesday night, as they visited the Falls City Tigers.
A handful of Hiawatha Red Hawk track athletes competed at Seaman High School on Friday afternoon, in what was once the Seaman Relays but is now known as the Bob Camien-Claudia Welch Invitational.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk tennis team traveled to Atchison on Saturday to take part in a tournament, and the team put forth their best efforts of the season, grabbing three tournament wins out of four classes.
Doniphan West Mustang baseball went 2-2 last week, winning both games (11-2 and 12-10) at McLouth on Monday, April 26 and going 0-2 (5-8 and 10-17) at Troy on Thursday, April 29.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk softball team put together a busy week of action, as they played a trio of double headers over the course of six days. On Thursday, the Hawks hosted Riverside on Thursday, then welcomed Holton to town on Monday and traveled to Perry on Tuesday.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk track team took a limited squad to Royal Valley’s Big 7 quad on Tuesday afternoon, and the team earned some top finishes despite limited numbers.
Three school records and many personal bests were set by the Mustangs tracksters at their own track meet on Thursday, April 22, at the HCC field. Overall, the D-West girls placed second and the boys placed third.
The Hiawatha tennis team continues to improve as the season goes on, as the team traveled to Marysville and Seaman High Schools earlier in the month to sharpen their skills against a variety of competition.
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The Red Hawk baseball squad took part in a pair of double headers over the last week, taking on Riverside on Thursday, then matching up with Holton on Monday evening. The Hawks were able to get their bats going a big during the games, but could not put the pieces together to pick up a win, a…
The Hiawatha Red Hawk baseball team traveled to Hoyt on Monday afternoon to take on the Royal Valley Panthers, and in near-winter conditions, the Hawks dropped a pair of games to the Panthers.
After showing signs of a turnaround in a strong outing a week ago against Nemaha Central, the Hiawatha Lady Red Hawks took another big step forward, winning their first games of the season, as they took both ends of a double header from Royal Valley.
The Hiawatha Red Hawks opened their Big 7 portion of the baseball season last week, travelling to Perry Lecompton on Friday night, then hosting the Nemaha Central Thunder on Monday.
Hiawatha’s Ashton Rockey runs to third in a game this spring for the Red Hawks baseball team. Rockey recently earned post-season honors by Sports in Kansas, who named him All-State Honorable Mention.
For Doniphan West’s second track meet of the season, the Lady Mustangs dominated the scoring with 171, winning first place at Oskaloosa, and the boys came in at fifth place with 70 points.
The Horton Charger gold squad began their season on Friday afternoon, taking part in the Hiawatha Invitational Tournament. Coach Zach Mendez ran out four golfers on the day, as the Chargers got their season off to a solid start.
The Horton Chargers opened their track season on Friday afternoon with a trip to McLouth to compete against a mix of Northeast Kansas League competitors and a handful of Kansas City squads. The boys finished 8th as a team for the competition, while the Lady Chargers held down 4th place.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk tennis team began their season last week with a tournament at Marysville. Coach Michael Downard’s team enters the season with just a couple experienced players, but is look for quick improvement as they pile up matches.
The Hiawatha Red Hawks hosted their home golf tournament on Friday afternoon, welcoming six other teams to the Hiawatha Country Club for their first meet of the season. The Red Hawks put three competitors into the field, with Dalton Simmer pacing the squad.
The Hiawatha Red Hawk baseball team’s home opener of the 2021 season Monday held a lot of excitement, for players and fans alike, as the team had not taken the field for a home game in over 700 days.
The Nemaha Central Thunder hosted a Big 7 Quad on Tuesday afternoon, and the Hiawatha Red Hawk track team continued their strong start to the season, earning a handful of top performances on the day.