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Trego Eagles take a loss

Looking to add to the Eagles score, Kobi Shubert takes a shot.

By Louise Lehy
The Trego Eagles boys’ basketball team lost against the TMP Monarchs 38-49, on January 8.

Having a hard time in the first quarter, TMP gained a 16 point lead with a 2-18 score. The second quarter was better for the Trego basketball boys, scoring 21 points to TMP’s 14. The first half closed with a score of 23-32.

At the end of the third quarter, Trego trailed 30-40. Fighting through the last quarter, the Eagles gained eight points and TMP scored nine, leaving the final score at 38-49.

Kobi Shubert was the high scorer with a total of 9 points.










Lady Eagles give it their all at TMP


As Gracie Pfannenstiel shoots a three point shot, Hannah Kinderknecht sets a screen for Libby Frost, who makes her way to the basket to get the rebound.

By Emma Kostic
On Tuesday, January 8, The Trego Lady Eagles went to Hays for their first game after break, to face off TMP.

The fact that TMP was a very tough team put no damper on the determination of our girls. They put every last bit of energy into the game once they got onto the court.

The Lady Eagles did an amazing job at getting down the court and rebounding the ball. They showed effort and attitude, which is the most important. The highest scorer of the night was Libby Frost (11), with an astounding 19 points.

During the first period, the girls were a couple of points behind TMP, only to come back in the second period and stay in lead until the final second of the game. The two point lead they had over TMP was ruined in the last second of the game when TMP shot a 3 point shot and made it.

This was their first loss of the season, however, it will only encourage the team to work harder. They are already getting ready for the next game, on January 11 at Ness City, and are determined to show no mercy.







Trego wrestling goes 2-1 at Goodland dual

By Wyndom Giefer
On Friday, January 4, the Trego Wrestling team headed to Goodland for a triple dual to face Atwood, Saint Francis, and Goodland.

In the first dual against Atwood, Trego won 51-24. In the 126 weight class, Tanner Sells won by forfeit. Hayden Opat, wrestling at 132, won in a tech fall against Cade Migchelbrink. Eli Reling won by fall in 1:58 over Kendrick Woody in the 138 weight. Gavin Garza won by forfeit in the 145 weight class. In the 152 weight class Toby Lowry also won by forfeit. Colby Burkhart, wrestling  at 160, won by forfeit as well.  Jamie Opat won by a major decision, 20-7, in the 170 weight class. Dillon Dunn and Parker Opat both won by forfeit in the 220 and 285 weight class respectively.

In a close dual against St. Francis, Trego came out on top winning 36-33. Tanner Sells won by fall over Aaron White in 4:51 in the 126 weight class. Eli Reling also won by fall over Kobe Tice in 52 seconds in the 138 weight class. Winning by forfeit, Colby Burkhart--160 weight class--gained six points for the team. Similarly, Jamie Opat won by forfeit in the 170 weight class. In the 220 weight class, Dillon Dunn won by fall in 1:59 over Seth Hilt. In the 285 weight class, Parket Opat won by forfeit.

Trego’s final dual against Goodland ended with a score of Trego 30 and Goodland 51. In the 126 weight class, Tanner Sells won by fall over Rhiannon Cacovio in just 19 seconds. Eli Reling, of the 138 weight class, won by fall over Manten Crow in 24 seconds. In the 160 weight class, Colby Burkhart won by fall over Dexter Duatel in 1:35. Dillon Dunn won by fall in 3:13 over Keifer Smith in the 220 weight. Again, Parker Opat won by forfeit in the 285 weight class.

Dawson Arnold also wrestled for the Eagles.



Trego wrestlers face off Philipsburg

By Sybil Giefer
On Thursday, December 20, TCHS went up against Philipsburg at a home dual.

Wrestling at 132 pounds, Eli Reling won by fall over Austin Niblock. Hayden Opat won his round by forfeit. Winning by decision over Matt Kirkendall, Colby Burkhart reigned over the 160 weight class. Also a forfeit round, Dillon Dunn racked up six team points. In the 285 weight class, Parker Opat won by major decision over Rylan Hays.

Other wrestlers of the day included Dawson Arnold, Tanner Sells, Sydney Boyle, Gavin Garza.