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TCHS runner becomes State Champ

Helen Giefer makes her State qualifying run at Regionals.

After logging hundreds of miles and staying faithful to a strict training regimen, Helen Giefer reached her goal and landed on the podium with a gold medal for her performance in the 3200- meter run at the State Track Meet held in Wichita on May 25-26.

In her gold-winning performance in the 3200-meter run, Giefer crossed the finish line nearly 17 seconds ahead of the other runners with a time of 11:13.24.  This medal was not the only one she received, however.  She also found herself on the podium with a silver medal after her 1600-meter run and a finishing time of 5:18.56.  Giefer also ran the 800 meter and finished in sixth.

Also having a successful meet, Freshman Lili Shubert made her first trip to State in pole vault and hit 9-

Lili Shubert proudly takes the podium after her fourth place finish in the pole-vault at State on May 25.

06.00 and a fourth-place finish. She is looking forward to returning to State next year.

Hunter Price, who has been placing all season in the 110-meter hurdles, shaved time off his regional finish and raced his way to a fifth-place State finish with a time of 15.75.

The girls 4x800m run, consisting of H. Giefer, Sybil Giefer, Adrianne Carr, and Libby Frost, crossed the finish line in eighth place.

Wyndom Giefer made his first trip to State and placed in the top 16 in the 1600-meter run with a time of 5:09.71.  Senior Bernard Giefer said good-bye to his high school career by placing in the top 16 in the 3200-meter run with a final time of 11:17.53.

Congratulations to the entire TCHS team for a great season.





TCHS golf competes at state

State Golf 5/21
State golf team left to right: Joey Fry, Dalton Mai, Dillon Dunn, Carter Minson, and Paige Post. The team placed sixth at the 2A State Tournament on May 21.

Twelve teams and 88 golfers participated in the 2A State Tournament in Pittsburg on May 21.  The Eagle team placed sixth with 367 strokes.  The team also had two individuals place in the top 25.

Keeping up his record, Dalton Mai once again led the team.  He placed eighth with a final score of 79. Carter Minson finished with 85 strokes and landed in the 21 spot after a playoff.

Also, playing for the team were Dillon Dunn with 93 strokes, Joey Fry with 110, and Paige Post with 115.

Coach Sean Dreiling weighed in on the season.

"I was proud of all the players for different reasons. Ranging from eligibility, mental toughness, overcoming injury to overall skill improvement. As a team we continued the long tradition set by former players and teams of qualifying for state as a team. We had first time varsity players step into big roles as well as experienced players set personal and school records. They were a fun group to coach."



Kinderknecht and Brock place in top sixteen at State

Austin Kinderknecht, Branden Swart, and Leyton Brock show their Trego pride in front of the 321A State banner in Wichita.

By Taylor Weigel
On May 11, Branden Swart, singles, and Austin Kinderknecht, and Leyton Brock, doubles, travelled to State tennis in Wichita hosted by Wichita Independent.

Starting the day Swart played first against Luke Wells, Haven, losing 0-6, 1-6. In his second match he faced JJ Heredia, Central Plains, 1-9.

Since double players Kinderknecht/ Brock placed second at regionals, they moved to the second round in the state tournament. Their first match was against Morales/Carlson, Hesston, losing 0-6, 0-6. In their first backside match, they fought to win a close match against Kansas City Christian, 9-8 (7-5). This earned them a spot in the top 16. Their last match was a loss against Maxwell/Zelenka, Ellsworth 2-9.

Coach Lori Dietz weighed in on the experience, “I am proud of how far the boys made it this year.  They overcame a lot of obstacles, from injuries to weather and played tough in some close matches.