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Eagles bring the heat and burn the Titans

Nathaniel Werth, named Overall Player of the Game, becomes the lead blocker for Dallas Schneider, named Offensive Player of the Game, so that Schneider can run the ball for a 70 yard kick return and get the touchdown for the Eagles on September 14.

The Trego Eagles dominated Homecoming and defeated Tri-Plains-Brewster, even ending the game early with a win of 64-14.

The Eagles were all business from the very first kick-off and scored early with a pass from Kobi Shubert to Dillon Dunn.  While the Titans matched the touchdown, they could not keep Dallas Schneider from scoring another touchdown with a 70-yard kick return.

The second quarter was equally impressive for the Eagles who had touchdowns by Schneider with a 17-yard run and Cooper Desormiers who caught a 25-yard pass from Shubert.  In the final seconds of the half, Shubert scored his second touchdown of the game with a two-yard run. 

The Eagles left the field for halftime with a comfortable lead of 46-14.  Upon returning to the field, the Eagle defense refused to let the Titans score.  However, the offense ran over the Titans and scored three touchdowns: one by Schneider with a nine-yard run, one by Tanner Sells with an eight-yard run, and the final by Shubert with a two-yard run.  This closed an outstanding performance by the Eagles with a 64-14 win over the Titans.

Nathaniel Werth was named Overall Player of the Game for having “a great game on both sides of the ball.” Hunter Price was named Defensive Player of the Game two interceptions, three solo tackles, eleven assisted tackles, and one forced fumble. Dallas Schneider earned Offensive Player of the Game for 170 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

Schneider weighed in on the win.

We played really hard…we did what we were supposed to do.”  Schneider also stressed that the team has been working hard every day “trying to get better every chance we can.”

The team faces Atwood next Friday. To have success, “We are going to have to play hard and smart, and execute on plays,” noted Schneider.




Cross country runners lead the way

Cross Country 9/13
Undaunted by the Hill City runners, Trego runner Benjamin Anderson keeps a solid pace at the home meet on September 13.

The cross country team ran their home course on September 13 and once again had top performances.

Coming in first for the girls’ team was Helen Giefer.  She completed the 5000 meter run in 20:28.45 and had time to catch her breath before the second place runner, Emily Diercks of Hoxie, followed her across the line at 23:28.38.  Sybil Giefer placed third with a time of 23:41.  Regan Moritz continued to show herself as a solid runner, finishing in sixth place with a 26:37.  Sydney Boyle came in at 29:58, and Louise Lehy crossed the finish in 30:01.

The boys’ team also had a strong showing with Wyndom Giefer coming in first at a time of 18:11.26 crossing the line just seconds before second place finisher Trevor Fischer at 18:19.57.  He was followed by Willy Barney at 20:23.  Benjamin Anderson had a good run with a time of 21:23.  Clay Burk ran a 24:19 and Andrew Mejia was close on his heels with a time of 24:38. Evan Wilds kept his smile and finished in 28:30.










Trego ranks tenth for the first time

By Madison Hafliger
For the first time ever, the Trego volleyball team has been ranked tenth in the 2A Kansas Volleyball Coaches Association. The Eagles traveled to Oakley on September 11 with this knowledge and had a night full of exciting matches on Tuesday, September 11.

Trego started the night playing an intense game against Norton. The first set was close with the Lady Eagles fighting hard and coming up just short, 22-25. During the second set, the Eagles came alive, passing the Bluejays 25-23. The third set was hard fought; however, they were defeated by Norton, 16-25.

Next, the Eagles faced Oakley. The first set was tough with the Eagles winning 25-16. The Eagles continued to push through and won the last set at 25-17.

The Eagles had a 1-1 record for the evening.




Dietz brings home gold

Girls' Tennis 9/11
Number two doubles player Desiree Littlechild is pictured moments before her racquet and the tennis ball make contact.

By Paige Post
The girls’ Trego tennis team traveled to Colby for the Colby Invitational on September 11. The meet was exceptionally challenging for the team.  However, one player came home with a gold medal and one placed third.

Number one singles player Adrian Dietz ended the day with a 3-0 record and a first place medal. She beat her first opponent, Schroeder from Colby, 8-3. She also won her second match, 8-2, against Santos from Ulysses. Finishing the day strong, Dietz won her final match against Kraft from Colby.

Bringing home a third place medal was number two singles player Cambrie Kemp. She had a record of 1-2. She fell in her first match of the day to Colby,3-8, but bounced back in her next match with a win against Ulysses, 8-3.  However, she ended the day with a fall to Colby, 0-8.

Number one doubles players Hannah Kinderknecht and Julian Coker had a record of 0-3. They fell in their first match against Colby, 2-8. They also lost their second match against Ulysses, 1-8. Ending the day, they were defeated by Colby, 5-8.

Number two doubles players Paige Post and Desiree Littlechild also went 0-3. They fell to their first match against Colby, 4-8. Ulysses and Colby defeated the pair, 8-6.