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Lady Eagles play hard in Ness City

Girls' Basketball

Unfazed by her opponent, Emma Anderson scans the court for a open teammate.

By Michael Knight
The Eagles traveled to Ness City on January 12. The final score was 55- 26.

In the first quarter, the Eagles took a decent lead ending the quarter 11-4. The second quarter ended a little closer with Trego only scoring 7 points and Ness City scoring 14. The Eagles still managed to keep their lead, ending the half with 18-15.

The second half started with the Eagles gaining their major lead back, ending the third quarter 38-22. The Eagles held their lead relentlessly only letting Ness City score four points in the last quarter, ending the game 55-26.











Trego wrestling competes at Oberlin tournament

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Jory Micek wins by major decision over his opponent on January 13.

By Sybil Giefer
On Saturday, January 13, the TCHS wrestling team traveled to Oberlin to compete in the tournament they held.

Brady Mattke, who competed in the 285 weight class, placed third and earned 16 points for the team. In his first round, Mattke won by fall over Hunter Cunningham. In the second round, Mattke fell to Wyatt Glassman. In the third round, Mattke once again won by fall over Zeke Jimenez. In the fourth and final round, Mattke beat Jeron Lippert by fall. Mattke finished the day with 3-1 record.

In the 170 weight class, Jory Micek earned one team point and placed fifth. In the first round, Micek won by major decision over Blayn Waters. In the second round, however, Micek fell to Jayce Hamel. The third round hailed a loss by major decision to Carlos Tarin. Kody Hahn won by decision over Micek in the fourth round. In the fifth round, Micek once again fell, this time to Preston Nollette. Micek ended the day with a 1-4 record.

Wrestling for the 195 weight class, Shaye Aumiller earned zero team points but placed fifth. Aumiller fell to Reegon Witt in the first round. Losing by fall, Aumiller succumbed to Jared Cole in the second round. Aumiller once again fell in the third round to Dawson Holub. However, in the fourth round, Aumiller won by decision over Carson Berghuis. In the fourth round, Aumiller once again fell to Byron Roenne. Aumiller left the tournament with a 1-4 record.

Others competing were Dalton Hendrix, Colby Burkhart, and Blake Spencer. The Eagles’ wrestlers will next compete at the Bob Kuhn tournament in Hays on Saturday, January 20.





Trego boys’ basketball defeated

With his opponent trying to block his shot, Kobi Shubert, 9, shoots for two.

By Julian Coker
On Friday, January 12, the Trego boys’ basketball team travelled to Ness City. The first quarter of the game was in favor of the Ness City Eagles with a score of 5-26. During the second quarter, the Trego Eagles scored another five points to Ness City’s 15. The score at halftime was 10-41.

Following halftime, the Trego Eagles put up nine points and the Ness City Eagles followed with 10. Ending the third quarter, the score was 19-51. In the fourth quarter, Trego outscored Ness City by four points. However, it was not enough to defeat Ness City. The final score was 32-60.

Kobi Shubert was the top scorer of the game with 11 points. Hunter Price led the team in rebounds with a total of five. Brenden Flax and Kobi Shubert tied with one steal each. Keagan Shubert had one block.

Coach Sean Dreiling commented, “Ness is a really good team and got off to a hot shooting start. With them, you kind of have to pick your poison. Do you want to get dunked on, or do you want to give up threes and hope they miss? We gave up the three and unfortunately they made shots.”

The Trego Boys’ Basketball Team will play at Stockton on January 18.