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Trego wrestling qualifies one for State

Regional Wrestling
Dillon Dunn (left) places fourth at Regional Wrestling and earns a trip to State on February 23.

By Shaye Aumiller
The TCHS wrestling team traveled to Goodland for Regionals on February 16-17. Trego only had one wrestler that placed at the tournament.

Dillon Dunn placed fourth at the regional tournament. He won his first two matches by fall against Juan Mancillas of Leoti and Derek Bogner of Cimarron. Dunn lost in the semifinals by fall to Chris Cox of Hoxie. He won in the consolation semifinals by fall against Darien Dilka of Oakley. Dunn lost in the consolation finals by decision to Trayton Doyle of St. Francis. Dunn will be wrestling at the state tournament on February 23-24 in Hays.

Dunn, who is making his first trip to state, commented, “I feel very excited to be representing my school and team at the State Tournament as a sophomore.  I think I have had a lot of people that have coached me to e the best that I can be.  Both coaches will push me through this last week of practice so we can hopefully get some hardware.”

Other wrestlers that competed at the tournament were Brady Mattke, Shaye Aumiller, Blake Spencer, Jory Micek, Colby Burkhart, Toby Lowry, Sydney Boyle, Jessika Chapman, and Dalton Hendrix.






Lady Eagles win last home game of regular season

Girls Basketball
During the JV game on February 16, Bailey Mattke keeps the ball away from Smith Center as she passes across the court.  The Eagles had a clean sweep on Friday night against the Redmen.

By Michael Knight
The Lady Eagles had their last home game against the Smith Center Redmen February 16. They finished the game with a winning score, 53-40.

The Eagles started the game behind, in the first quarter, 9-13, but came back strong in the second quarter, ending the half 25-17.

The second half started with the Eagles gaining an even bigger lead, ending the third quarter 44-29. The Eagles kept strong and ended the game 53-40, winning their last home game.

Trego’s top scorers were Janae Huxman and Lili Shubert, both scoring 12 points.

Senior Janae Huxman once again had a top scoring night and commented on winning her last home game of the regular season. 

“It was exciting,” she said, “but not really sad because we have had such a good season, and we have the chance to play here again during sub-state.”








Trego boys win in overtime on Senior Night

Boys Basketball
Avoiding his opponent, Hunter Olson, 12, drives the ball to the basket.

By Julian Coker
On February 16, the Eagles took on the Redmen at home. It was senior night and the game was close from the start. In the first quarter, Trego outscored Smith Center by four, 18-14. The second quarter favored the Redmen as they outscored the Eagles, 24-31.

In the third quarter, Smith Center outscored Trego by one, with a score of 34-42. In the fourth quarter, Trego bounced back and the score was tied 46-46 at the buzzer. The game went into overtime and the Eagles defeated the Redmen, 53-51.

Top scorers for Trego were Kobi Shubert, with 13, and Hunter Olson, with 12. Keagan Shubert led the team in rebounds, with 7.

Hunter Olson commented, “We needed the win. We have the talent to win, we should, and we could.”






TCHS wrestler medals at girls state

Girls State
Sydney Boyle (pictured right) is recognized for her achievement at Girls’ State Wrestling on February 10. Boyle stated, “It was a great experience to get to wrestle in an equal match. It was worth the wait and work all season.”
By Sybil Giefer
On Saturday, February 10, two Trego freshmen girls—Sydney Boyle and Jessika Chapman—competed at the second annual KSHSAA Girls’ State Wrestling in McPherson. Boyle left the meet with a fourth place medal around her neck.

In her first round, Sydney Boyle wrestled Cheyenne Harris of Humbolt and won by major decision. Boyle fell by decision in her second round to Haley Schafer from McPherson. Against Erie’s Katy Rounds, Boyle won by fall in the third round. In the final round, however, Altamont-Labette County’s Abbie Jones proved to be tough competition, beating Boyle by fall.

Jessika Chapman also attended. In her first round, Kaleigh Marbut of McPherson won by fall over Chapman. After a bye round, Meriden-Jefferson West’s Montana Grahem won by fall over Chapman.

One hundred and thirty-five girl wrestlers, a number nearly double to the number last year, represented 57 schools.

Coach Jeremy Samson commented on the event.

"This was a very cool event that really changed my perspective on girls wrestling.  This movement is real; there have now been nine states that are sponsoring wrestling as an official girls sport.  I believe in the near future KSHSAA will sponsor a girls’ only division."






Trego runs the railroaders off the track

By James Opat
The Eagles played against Ellis on February 13. The final score was 60-41.

The Eagles dominated during the first half with a score of 12-2 after the first quarter and a score of 33-16 at halftime. During the second half, the Eagles added 27 more points to the scoreboard to Ellis’s 25 .

Lily Shubert scored the most points with 12.

Libby Frost followed with 11 and Emma Day scored 10.

Day, who had one of her best games, weighed in on the team’s success.

“I think the biggest factor in winning for us is that we have great teamwork and we always outwork the other team.”




Eagles continue to struggle at the goal

Snatching the ball from the Railroaders, Kobi Shubert keeps the ball in play for the Eagles.

By Dawson Arnold
The Trego boys played against the Ellis Railroaders on Tuesday, February 13. The theme for the game was Pack it Purple.

The game started out action packed with Ellis putting up 11 and Trego trailing close behind with 10. In the second quarter, Trego came out on top, scoring nine with Ellis still right behind them with eight. When both teams went in the locker room for halftime, the game was tied, 19-19.

Trego came out strong in the third quarter scoring 10 with Ellis three points behind scoring only seven. As the fourth quarter came along, Trego lost their technique and only scored six to the Railroaders 19. The final score of the game was 35-45.

Keagan Shubert was the top scorer for Trego putting up 11 points in total.








Wrestlers wrestle at home for last dual

Throwing his Ellis opponent to the mat, Blake Spencer earns points and wins by major decision on February 9.

By Shaye Aumiller
The TCHS wrestling team went up against TMP and Ellis at home for the last dual of the season.

Trego wrestled against TMP first. Dalton Hendrix lost by fall against Kooper Hudsonpillar. Toby Lowry lost by decision against Jacob Schmeidler. Colby Burkhart won by pin against Weston Pfeifer. Brady Mattke won by fall against Marcus Lagree.

The following wrestlers earned team points by forfeit: Jessika Chapman, Sydney Boyle, Jory Micek, Hunter Folsom, Blake Spencer, and Shaye Aumiller.

Trego beat TMP with no problem, winning 48-9

Trego wrestled Ellis for the last part of the dual. Dalton Hendrix won by fall against Donovan Colby. Jessika Chapman lost by fall against Mike Pritchet. Sydney Boyle lost by fall against Konnor Pfeifer. Blake Spencer won by major decision against Toby Woodworth. Brady Mattke won by fall against John Groff.

The following wrestlers received a forfeit against Ellis: Toby Lowry, Colby Burkhart, Jory Micek, Shaye Aumiller, and Dillon Dunn.

Trego had a successful home dual and beat Ellis, 46-24.