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Kicking Expectations with Mason Seifert By Sarah Seifert

Mason Seifert is a sixteen year old sophomore at Hanover Horton High School. Seeing Mason play soccer for the past few years is very entertaining and it really shows me how dedicated and focused he can be. “So Mason, what motivates you to play the game of soccer? What intrigues you?” “Well I just love

Alyssa’s going for the Kill By Madison Curl

Alyssa Fausneaucht, Hanover’s middle hitter, is in her senior year of high school and is shining more than ever on the volleyball court. In Alyssa’s sophomore year she was put on the varsity volleyball team as an outside hitter. Although it was a new setting and more competitive nothing scared Alyssa. Within her last two

Football Coaches Thoughts on this Season By Donovan Molnar

Mr. Stewart and Mr. Resor are this year’s new football coaches. Their first game the team played they lost. They said they reason why they lost that game was because the players weren’t capitalizing on the plays they were taught. That the players didn’t give all the effort that Mr. Stewart and Mr. Resor knew

It will be a Good Season By Whitney Klein

Sherri Luce is one of the two sideline cheerleading coaches. Sherri has coached cheerleading for several years now and is very passionate about what she does. She is very dedicated to her team each and every year and has never given up on them no matter what. Always coming to practice with a smile on

She “Rule’s” the Course By Erin Abraham

When you get to know Tara Rule you realize she loves to run; so it was no surprise that she was on the cross country team. Tara says, “It’s a team sports and everybody cheers everybody else on.” Though she might not have the fastest time on the team anyone can tell she is passionate

Jumping into a new year By Taylor Hamlin

Shannon Wichar, a 17 year old cheerleader, has been cheering since middle school.  She has been on Varsity competitive for four years and this will be her third year on sideline.  Although she doesn’t plan on cheering in college, she is very devoted to it in high school. She has been voted for captain three

JV Volleyball Results

It was a win- lose- and draw evening for the JV volleyball team last night after traveling to Northwest High School last night for a quad match.  The Comets opened up with Jackson High School and lost 18-25, 26-28.  After stumbling early the Comets came up defeating Concord 25-18, 25-21.  The night ended with a

Middle School Cross Country Results

The Hanover-Horton Middle School Cross Country team went to Sand Creek on Thursday and did great!  The Boy’s 7th and 8th grade team took 2nd place! Placing for the boys was Landon Melling in 2nd, Chase Swope in 3rd, Bryce Stevens 14th and Zach White in 31st.  Also running great for the boys team: Bradley

BUMP, SET, SPIKE!! By Kyndra Irvine

Miss Kim Travis, coach of the Hanover-Horton Varsity volleyball team, would like to see her team continue on the winning streak and bring the hard work all the way to conference and win it. “Our season is much improved” revealed Coach Travis to describe the beginning of their season. The varsity team got sixth out

An Inside Look: The Boys JV Soccer Team By Carrie Kendra

The Hanover Horton Boy’s JV soccer team is 2-4 in the fifth week of their season, with a lot more practice and matches still to come. After losing their season opener against Manchester on August 17th, they have come back and shut out Adrian twice. “I think the Hanover Horton boys’ soccer team has been