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Eagles soar at state with cool runnings

State Cross Country
Looking strong after the mile mark, Helen Giefer keeps her pace at the State meet on October 28.

By Gracie Hickson
On October 28, the Eagles cross country team competed at the State cross country meet in Wamego at Wamego Country Club.

It was a cold start to the day with the boys running at 10:35 in the morning when it was 36 degrees. Taking the last medaling position, Wyndom Giefer finished in 20th with a time of 18:18.9.

Others running were Bernard Giefer, 18:38.9; Willy Barney, 18:51.6; Benjamin Anderson, 20:36.1; Andrew Mejia, 22:14.3; Cooper Desormiers 25:20.4; and Evan Wilds, 30:24.5.

The girls raced at 12:20 with weather conditions at 44 degrees. Helen Giefer took a third place finish with a time of 19:43.2.Sybil Giefer ran a 20:52.2 placing ninth.

Others running were Aleah Howard, 23:38.9; Sydney Boyle 25:39.2; and Gracie Hickson, 27:23.6.

The boys’ team got tenth and the girls got sixth.

The Eagles had a great season and are looking forward to next year.





Seniors’ high school football careers come to a close

By Austin Clanton
The Trego Eagles fought hard against the St. Francis Indians but lost 0-58 in their final game of the season.

Ten seniors ended their high school football careers but left the field with lasting memories.

Three seniors, Brady Mattke,  Austin Kinderknecht, and Tate Pfannenstiel reflected on the past four years.

Mattke stated that football brought him closer to friends and his best memory is his “first and only touchdown scored freshman year.”

Kinderknecht will always remember being with teammates and will miss being with the team.  In fact, he commented that football “taught me how to work with a team.”  However, Kinderknecht won’t just miss his team.  “I am going to miss sacking the other team’s quarterback,” he smiled. 

Agreeing with his fellow players, Pfannenstiel will also remember working with his teammates and miss working with his team.  "Football taught me to work hard for something you want,” concluded Pfannenstiel. 




Lady Eagles end the season

Substate Volleyball
Bumping the ball, Taylor Sells sends it to teammate Janae Huxman during their substate  match against Hoxie on October 21. Trego faced Hoxie in their substate game, but lost in three sets. Trego lost the first set, 16-25, but came back to defeat Hoxie, 25-23. However, Hoxie took the last set, 19-25, ending the Lady Eagles’ season.



Dietz places in top sixteen and state tennis

State Tennis
With her eyes glued to the ball, Dietz prepares to hit the ball to her opponent at State.  

By Gracie Hickson
On October 13-14 Adrian Dietz travelled to State tennis in Prairie Village, Kansas, at Harmon Park. Dietz placed in the top sixteen with a 1-2 record.

Dietz started the day playing Lydia Miller from Sterling and lost in two sets, 1-6, and 4-6. In the second round, Dietz faced Emma Powell from Maranatha Christian Academy winning 9-6. In Dietz’s final match, she played against Savannah Noel from Osborne, losing 5-9.

Dietz’s reflected on her first state appearance.

“It’s an experience and it recognizes all the dedication coaches and players put in and I learned a lot.”