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The Trego Eagles take home the gold at Hill City Invitational

Cross Country 9/21
Drafting on the downwind, Sybil Giefer fires up the hill. Giefer commented on the events of the evening, “Although it was hot and windy, I really enjoyed being at the meet, especially when the girls’ team won because it’s the first time we have been able to run as a full girls’ 2A team. It was really exciting when they announced we got first!”

By Clay Burk
Despite another hot and windy day, Trego was successful at the Hill City Cross Country Invitational meet on September 21. The girls’ team ran away with first place with a point total of 53; the boys got third with 72 points.

For the girls’ team, Helen Giefer crossed the finish line in first with a time of 20:47. Sybil Giefer came close behind in third with a time of 23:03. Aleah Howard finished the race in eighth with a time of 25:08.

Other girls running were Sydney Boyle with a time of 29:49 and Gracie Hickson with a time of 31:08.

Helen Giefer commented, “I thought we did really well in spite of the bad weather. It was a bigger meet with a lot of competition, but both boys and girls worked really hard and it payed off.”

For the boys, Bernard Giefer won a third place medal with a time of 19:10. Following was Wyndom Giefer, finishing in sixth with a time of 19:52. Close behind, Willy Barney came in sixth with a time of 19:52.

Others who ran were Benjamin Anderson, who finished with a time of 23:21; Andrew Mejia with a time of 23:55; Cooper Desormiers with a time of 26:30; and Evan Wilds with a time of 29:48.

The Eagles will compete next on September 28 at Ness City.










Lady Eagles fall short at Ellis

By Wyndom Giefer
On Tuesday, September 19, the Trego volleyball team traveled to Ellis for two games.

First, the Golden Eagles faced Ellis and won the first match, 23-18. The second was not as successful for the Eagles as they fell 18-25 to Ellis. The tie-breaker match ended with the same result as the second with Ellis coming out on top, 18-25.

Then the Lady Eagles faced Plainville. Both matches were a loss for the Eagles with the first ending in a close score, 23-25. The Eagles held on but not enough as they lost the second match, 21-25.

Senior Emma Anderson weighed in on the Eagles’ losses.

“We really got down on ourselves, and we could not get back up.”

The Eagles hope to improve when they next play at home on Tuesday, September 26.





Trego takes second at Claflin

Tennis 919
Defeating the high winds and their opponents, the Trego girls’ tennis team proudly takes second at the Claflin meet on September 19.

By Julian Coker
On September 19, Trego girls’ tennis traveled to Claflin for a windy meet.

Number one singles player, Adrian Dietz, had a 2-1 record, placing second. She won her first match against Hoisington, 8-3. However, she fell to her second opponent, Central Plains, 0-8. Dietz bounced back to win her final match of the day against Ellsworth, 8-1.

Number one doubles players, Madison Schoenthaler and Valerie Scott, had a 2-1 record and placed second. They won their first match against Hoisington, 8-2. Their next opponent was Central Plains who managed to defeat the Trego duo, 5-8. Schoenthaler and Scott won their final match of the day against Ellsworth, 8-4.

Number two singles player, Sina Litzius, also had a 2-1 record and placed second. She won her first match against Hoisington, 8-4. Next, she fell to her second opponent, 0-8, against Central Plains. Litzius fought back to win her final match of the day, 8-1, against Ellsworth.

Number two doubles players, Julian Coker and Ruchi Bhakta, also had the popular record of the day, 2-1, and placed second. They had a slow start first and lost to Hoisington, 0-8. However, they improved in their final two matches and won against Central Plains, 8-5, and Ellsworth, 8-6.

The girls will play next on September 23 at home.



Trego Eagles tame the Bulldogs

Football 9/15

Running in for a touchdown, Dallas Schneider helps lead the Eagles to a 50-0 Homecoming victory over the Quinter Bulldogs on September 15.

By Dawson Arnold
Trego tamed the Quinter Bulldogs on Friday, September 15 with a 50-0 victory.

The first quarter was exciting right off the bat with Dallas Schneider returning a kickoff for a touchdown, and Keagan Shubert putting in an extra two points. Trego continued strong after Shubert threw a pass to Carter Minson for a touchdown.  At the end of the first, the score was 14-0.

The second quarter was a repeat of the first, with Minson scoring his second touchdown of the night. Then Shubert snuck in another two points. Schneider then followed him with a 38 yard run touchdown for the Eagles. The pass to Brendan Flax was good for two more points.  Not to be left out, Hunter Olson took the ball in for another Golden Eagle touchdown.  Finally to end the second quarter, Schneider ran the ball for a 31 yard touchdown.

Trego left the field at half-time one point short of ending the game early. The Eagles came out strong in the third quarter and scored the touchdown they needed to end the game with Hunter Price running the ball for a six yard run. Trego ended the game with a final score of 50-0.

The Eagle victory was due in part to a strong game played by Schneider who ran for 116 yards and had three touchdowns. The Eagles will face Wallace County on September 22.