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Lady Eagles snatch second at State

State Cross Country
After achieving second place at State cross country, the TCHS girls’ cross country team looks radiant as they stand behind their plaque.

On Saturday, October 27, the TCHS cross country team prepared for the biggest and final meet of their season: State.

After the race, the Eagles got to welcome another state champion home. Helen Giefer swept away the girls’ race with a time of 19:30. She was 50 seconds ahead of second place and the first cross country champion Trego has had since Erin Locke won in 2003. Trego’s next runner was Sybil Giefer, who finished in third with a season best time of 20:39. After that, Regan Moritz came across the line in 22:38 to grab 34th place. Sydney Boyle ended in 45th running a 23:18, and Louise Lehy crossed the finish line in 82nd place after running 25:52. The Lady Eagles finished in second place with 110 points—only eight points behind Ellinwood—earning a plaque for their efforts.

The only boy representing TCHS at State, Wyndom Giefer, finished in seventh place after running a 17:32.

Congratulations to the cross country team for a season well-done!






Trego boys fall in the battle with Clifton-Clyde

Football 10/25
Ignoring the Clifton-Clyde Eagle, Keagan Shubert points to his receiver during the game on October 25.

By Madison Hafliger
Trego played Clifton-Clyde on October 25 for the seniors’ last game.

Seniors Nathaniel Werth and Dallas Schneider shared their thoughts on the end of their high school football career.

Werth stated, “Definitely going to miss the contact and being able to compete with my brothers.”

“It stinks to be finished because I will never be able to strap up the pads and make someone miss the tackle while I’m running the ball,” Schneider said.

Clifton-Clyde scored early during the first quarter with three touchdowns and two two-point conversions. This was followed by Trego getting a touchdown, ending the first quarter 6-32. Clifton-Clyde continued to dominate in the second quarter, and the halftime score was 14-60 ending the game.








Lady Eagles Place Second at Sub State

By Madison Hafliger
On October 20 the Trego Lady Eagles traveled to Plainville to face the Oakley Plainsmen, the Hoxie Indians, and the Smith Center Redman.

The Eagles first faced Oakley and won their first set 25-17. Fighting hard their second set, they won 25-22.

Next, the Eagles faced Hoxie. The first match was won by the Eagles with a score of 25-14. The next match was close but the Plainsmen came out on top, 18-25. However, the Eagles sealed the victory in the third set with a win 26-24.

During the last match of the day, the Lady Eagles were up against Smith Center. Losing the first and second set 8-25 and 17-25, they ended the night with second at Sub-State and an overall record of 30-11.

The Eagles had a winning season, but it is the last for the seniors, who are sad yet thankful for the experience.

Jenna Howard stated, “I have learned to never give up because sooner or later all of your hard work will pay off.”

Brenna Flax knows that the special team moments will not be replaced, commenting, “I like it when we are all laughing and having a good time in the locker room or during practice. We really bond well, and that is something I will never forget.”





Dietz places in the top twelve at state tennis

Adrain Dietz
Determined to place in the top twelve, Adrian Dietz earns her 11th place spot at the State Meet in Pratt, where she is the third generation to show her talent.

By Cambrie Kemp
On October 13, number one singles player and senior, Adrian Dietz travelled to Pratt to compete in the 321a state tennis tournament. She placed 11th with a record of 3-1 on Friday and 1-2 on Saturday.

On Friday, Dietz faced Osborn of Greensburg and won 6-3, 6-0.  The second match of the day was more challenging and Dietz lost to Mathes of Chapparal.  However, she did not allow her confidence to be shaken and won the final matches of the day against May of Conway Springs and Clennan of Hutch Trinity.

Saturday gave her three tough matches.  She fell to Cademan of Wichita Independent and Schmake of Conway Springs.  Dietz, however, had set a goal to finish in the top twelve, and she wasn’t going to let it be taken away from her.  Her determination helped her to finish strong against her final opponent, Matteucci of Salina Sacred Heart. Dietz earned her goal and finished in 11th place.

Dietz commented on her final appearance at state tennis.

“I reached my goal of making it to the top twelve, and it was great ending with a win.”

Coach Lori Dietz reflected on Dietz’s performance.

“Adrian played this tournament in Pratt where I played in high school and Coach Briel, her grandpa, previously coached. It was exciting and emotional for me to have three generations back in Pratt.”