MCL Information

The following link shows rosters, locations of competition, schedules, and scores of the schools in the MCL, which is Trego’s league. Please check it out and support your Eagles!


Wrestlers have strong first meet

By Wyndom Giefer
On December 2, the Trego Wrestling team headed for the St. Francis wrestling tournament.

Senior Brady Mattke placed first with a record of 3-1. First, Mattke pinned opponent Zach Johnson. He then fell to Trent Gramm of Burlington. However, Mattke came back in his final two rounds to pin both Jesse Hermosillo of Leoti and Jeron Lippert of Wray.

Teammate Dillon Dunn also wrestled well and brought home a second place medal. Dunn pinned Juan Mancillas of Leoti. Next, he won by a 7-6 decision over Drew Brook of Sterling. In his last match, Dunn fell to Luis Ledsesma.

Bringing home a third place medal was TJ Hafliger. In Hafliger’s first match, he pinned Taylor Scott of Burlington. He next faced Hayden Wiltfong of Norton, but he was pinned. Hafliger then pinned Taylor Scott of Burlington. He also pinned Luin Norris.

Coach Jeremy Samson had an outlook on how the meet went saying, “The varsity team traveled to St. Francis.  We took six wrestlers all six won mathces.  Everyone competed well and look to build and improve each week.  Dillon Dunn was selected wrestler of the week for his second place efforts.  He knocked off a returning state qualifier from Colorado in the semi-finals.”

Also participating were Colby Burkhart, Jory Micek, and Shaye Aumiller.


Trego JV wrestling in TMP.

By Michael Knight
The Trego JV wrestling team competed very well in St Francis on December 2.

Senior Blake Spencer had an exceptional day placing first in the 182 weight group. Spencer pinned Cody Blew of Phillipsburg, Jeffrey Schmidt of Pratt, Dodge City’s Chris Levario, and Hector Garcia of Larned. He scored a total of 18 points.

Parker Opat also had a good day placing first in the 220 weight group pinning all four of his opponents gaining a total of 18 points for the team.

James Opat placed second in his weight scoring 8 point for his team. Sydney Boyle placed fourth in her weight group scoring 4 points. Jessika Chapman also attended the tournament.






TCHS boys’ basketball start season

Boys' Basketball 12/1
Showing his vertical strength, Hunter Olson jumps over a Dighton opponent to gain two points for the Eagles.

By Kelby Aschenbrenner
The TCHS boys’ basketball team started the season with an exceptionally close game against the Dighton Hornets on December 1.

In the first quarter, Trego fought hard but couldn’t put up any points as Dighton scored six against the Eagles. The boys regained their confidence and pushed to throw 10 points onto the scoreboard in their favor. However, Dighton edged them out with 12 points. The score was 10-18 at half-time.

Trego blew past the Hornets by scoring nine points to Dighton's four points. The Eagles began to close the gap with Dighton. The score was 19-22 at the end of the third quarter.  Trego continued to improve on their scoring as 17 points were scored to Dighton’s 15. The Hornets edged out the Eagles with one point. The scoreboard read 36-37 at the end of the night.

Hunter Olson was the top scorer for Trego with 19 of the 36 points.

Brendan Flax commented that the team’s highlight of the night was that they “played defense” well.









Girls’ basketball smashes Dighton

By Sybil Giefer
On Friday, December 1, the TCHS girls’ basketball team went up against Dighton at home and came out victorious.
Basketball December 1
Janae Huxman drives towards the Trego basket at their game on December 1.

In the first quarter, the Lady Eagles scored 12 points to Dighton’s two. In the second quarter, despite Dighton’s comeback to score seven points to Trego’s six, Trego still grasped the lead at half time, 18-9. The third quarter proved just as profitable with the Eagles scoring 12 points over the Hornet’s 10. Trego scored 18 points in the final quarter when Dighton only scored 13. The Lady Eagles triumphed with a final score of 48-32.

Tillie Malinowsky commented on playing in her very first high school basketball game:

“At first I was quite nervous, [but when] things got going, the [nerves went] away and I just played basketball like I know how.”

Malinowsky also stated, “The team [played] really good defense.”

Sophomore Libby Frost was the high scorer with 14 points. The next two highest were freshmen Lili Shubert and Tillie Malinowsky who both scored 9 points.

The Eagles will next play at home on Tuesday, December 5, at the Purple and Gold Tournament. Come support your Trego Eagles!