The 2017 Football Team

Football Team Photo

Front row left to right: Brendan Flax, Jory Micek, Austin Kinderkenecht, Brady Mattke, Tate Pfannenstiel, Shaey Aumiller, Hunter Folsom, Justin Turley, Hunter Olson, and Blake Spencer.
Back Row: Gavin Garza, Kobi Shubert, Kolby Walt, James Opat, Hunter Aumiller, Nathaniel Werth, Parker Opat, Hunter Price, Dallas Schneider, Keagan Shubert, Colby Burkhard, Dillon Dunn, Carter Minson, TJ Hafliger, and Coach Pat Haxton.



Football players selected for All-League

MCL All-League

Football coaches selected their football players for All-League 2017. Keagan Shubert was selected first team offense, Tate Pfannenstiel was honorable mention offense, Nathaniel Werth was also honorable mention offense, Austin Kinderknecht was first team defense, Hunter Price was first team specialties, and Justin Turley was honorable mention defense.



Football, kickball, and a day of fun

Standing for a group photo, the football players pose with the second graders to conclude their day of fun.

By Taylor Weigel

The second grade students are focusing on teamwork and respectful behavior, and the TCHS football team has been working with them nearly every Wednesday since the beginning of the year. However, those visits ended on November 1.

The second graders were very surprised and excited to see the football players in their jerseys and ready to play kickball for the last time this year. Football players who attended this final visit included Parker Opat, Carter Minson, Dillon Dunn, Dallas Schneider, Brendan Flax, Justin Turley, Shaye Aumiller, Tate Pfannenstiel, and Austin Kinderknecht. However, members from the entire team visited throughout the year.

The football players enjoyed the experience as much as the second graders.

“It was cool to have them look up to us. When we walk into the room, they are all surprised to see us,” stated Tate Pfannenstiel.

Austin Kinderknect commented, “It was a good experience for them and for us. We were a role model for them and it felt great to be that person.”

Dillon Dunn stated, “I feel like I set a great role model for the little kids.”

The second grade class is looking forward to more activities next year with the TCHS football team and would like to thank Coach Haxton and the boys.

Varsity Schedule Story Score
9-1 @ Stockton 7 p.m.

9-8 South Gray @ Home 7 p.m.

9-15 Quinter @ Home 7 p.m.
9-22 @ Wallace County 7 p.m.
9-29 @ Hill City 7 p.m.
10-06 Oberlin @ Home 7 p.m. 34-16

10-13 @ Hoxie 7 p.m.


10-20 Rawlins County @ Home 7 p.m.
10-27 @ St. Francis 7 p.m.