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For the second season in a row, the Hiawatha Red Hawk football team closed their season with a matchup against the Bishop Ward Cyclones, and for the second season in a row, the finale offered a reprieve after a tough season, sending Hiawatha’s seniors off with a big win.

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The Horton Chargers were unable to grab their first victory in their final chance of the season on Friday night, as the team hosted Mission Valley and suffered a 56-8 defeat. The visitors exploded early to put the game out of reach within the opening minutes,

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The Doniphan West High School cross country girls are the 1A state champions. They claimed the trophy after a great team performance at the state meet on Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Wamego Country Club golf course.

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In what was somewhat of a rebuilding season for the Coach Becky Shamburg and her Hiawatha Red Hawk Cross Country team, the team continued to show its staying power, as both Justin Hodge and Kate Madsen earned State medals at Saturday’s 3A State meet at Rim Rock.

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Saturday’s 3A Sub-State matchup between the 4th-seeded Maur Hill Mount Academy and the number 5 seed, the Hiawatha Lady Red Hawks was a contest between two tough teams with records hovering around .500, and it played out very much that way.

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The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk tennis squad may not have seen the results they wanted in the win-loss column this season, but first year coach Trace Woods says he saw progress on the court all season long, and despite getting swept at their Regional meet to end the season, Woods knows his team i…

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The ACCHS Tigers were not the most welcoming bunch on Friday night, as the Effingham squad hosted the Horton Chargers and put a 52-6 beating on the visitors in the final game of District play.

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The DWHS girls cross country team is statebound after winning the Washington County regional on Saturday, Oct. 26. Leading the team to the finish line was Elle Williams in third place (20:55), Chloe Clevenger in fourth (21:18), Claire Cole in sixth (21:42), Aly Gobin in 35th (25:20), Emma Al…

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The Hiawatha Red Hawks returned to the Leonardville Golf Course on Saturday, where the team took part in their Class 3A Regional, as individuals and teams vied for a spot at this weekend’s State meet at Rim Rock.

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Marysville visited Hiawatha on Friday night, and needing a big win to secure their path to the Class 3A State playoff, bullied the Red Hawks to the tune of a 68-20 win.

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With a combined team effort in scoring, the Doniphan West High School girls cross country team claimed first place at the Twin Valley League meet at Onaga on Thursday, Oct. 17.

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It has stayed on the quiet side since the Nemaha Central game early this season, but Hiawatha’s passing attack jumped back to the forefront on Friday night at Royal Valley, but the early scoring was not enough, as the Panthers exploded for 27 unanswered points in the second half, to take the…

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The Hiawatha volleyball team did not have its best week, as the girls traveled to Sabetha for a tournament on the weekend, and took on Perry Lecompton early this week and failed to come away with a win, as the regular season came to a close.

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The Hiawatha Middle School football team brought closure to their season on Monday afternoon, as they played their second game in five days and earned a 40-26 win over Royal Valley. On the previous Thursday, the Red Hawks played Sabetha and were handed a 42-12 loss.

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The Hiawatha Red Hawks hosted the Big 7 League cross country meet on Thursday afternoon, and the Hawks made themselves right at home, earning individual league titles in both the girls and boys divisions, as well as a team championship for the girls, while also registering an impressive six …

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The Hiawatha cross country team ran at a pair of events over the last week as they made their final preparations for postseason meets, which begins with the Big 7 meet this Thursday.

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It was a slow week for the Lady Red Hawk volleyball team, as they took part in a single triangular with Jeff West and Sabetha. A pair of losses spoiled the week, but a closer look shows a Red Hawk team that played tough against both opponents despite the unwanted results.

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The Horton Charger football team traveled to Pleasant Ridge on Friday night, and after a rough first half, the Chargers dropped a 41-8 game against the home team. Pleasant Ridge lit up the scoreboard in the early going, scoring 14 in the first quarter and 21 in the second to lead 35-0 at hal…

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Friday night did not did not go the way the Hiawatha Red Hawks would have liked, as the visiting Wamego Red Riders ran out to a 49-0 lead on their way to a 49-6 win at Hiawatha’s Memorial Field.

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The results on the floor could not spoil the atmosphere on Tuesday night, as the Hiawatha Lady Red Hawks volleyball squad celebrated Senior Night at the Roundhouse. Teammates, coaches and fans took time to celebrate the five Lady Hawk seniors who took their home court for the final time that…

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The Horton Charger volleyball team took part in a triangular on Tuesday night, and fell in both matches against Pleasant Ridge and JCN. The losses put the Chargers at 5-17 on the year and with three more chances to build momentum.

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The Horton Chargers hosted the Maur Hill-Mount Academy Ravens on Friday night, but before the game got underway, Horton’s Homecoming ceremonies took center stage. Darianne Monson won Homecoming Queen, while Quinn Gamino won Homecoming King for the Chargers. On the field, it was not a night t…

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The rough start to the season rolls on for the Hiawatha Red Hawks, as they were dealt a 53-0 loss on Friday night at Sabetha. As fewer and fewer starters from preseason camp see the field each week, those who are present and engaged continue to fight against long odds each week with their to…

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A third of the volleyball season is in the books, and as the team’s Sub-state tournament nears, the Lady Red Hawks put together a strong week to build momentum for their postseason run.

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All fall sports have either crossed or are nearing the halfway point of the season, and for the Horton Chargers, that means another week is in the books.

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After hitting a slow spot in their schedule, the Red Haws have been back in action, first traveling to a varsity tournament in Perry Lecompton, then visiting Atchison for a junior varsity quad.

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The Red Hawk cross country team covered a lot of ground in the past week, as one portion of the team took part in the Nemaha Central Invitational on Thursday, while the rest tested themselves at Rim Rock in Lawrence on Saturday.

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The Hiawatha Red Hawks debuted a new offensive look on Friday night at Holton, as the team adjusts to life for at least the next week or so without starting quarterback Tyler Brockhoff.

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Friday night was not a pleasant one to be a Red Hawk, as Hiawatha traveled to Meriden to take on a tough as nails Jeff West football team that was 2-0 heading into the game, and extended both their winning streak and their season-long shutout streak, earning a 55-0 win.

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A weekend tournament and road trip for a Northeast Kansas League triangular kept the Horton Charger volleyball squad on their toes over the past week. The squad picked up a win in the Hiawatha Invitational on Saturday, then dropped both ends of their matchup on Tuesday evening.

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The Horton Charger cross country team took on the Hiawatha Invitational last Thursday afternoon, with both the high school and junior high teams competing. The squads continued to improve their individual and team performances.

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Hiawatha hosted their annual invitational cross country meet on Thursday afternoon, and Red Hawk runners turned in outstanding results across the board, as the girls team finished 2nd on the day and the boys came in 5th.

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An adjustment to a neutral field on Friday evening did not help the Horton Chargers as they took on the Troy Trojans in their third game of the season.

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Saturdays are getting busier for high school volleyball teams, as tournament season in full gear, and Hiawatha joined in the fray last Saturday, as the girls traveled to Seneca for the Nemaha Central Invitational. The Lady Red Hawks put up a good showing, but finished just short of bracket play.