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JV Baseball Wins Over EJ

The JV baseball team continued their dominant pace against East Jackson last night winning both games.  The Comets won the first game 17-2 behind the pitching and hitting of Austin Jones who had three hits.  In the second game, the Comets won 10-3 behind the pitching of Ty Gumper.  Gumper pitched his way to 13

Varsity Softball Loses to EJ

On Wednesday, the Varsity softball team dropped a doubleheader to East Jackson by scores of 7 to 5 and 13 to 7.  In the first game H-H led 5 to 3 in the bottom of the 6th inning before East Jackson scored 4 times to put the game away.  Kylee Ackley led the Comets with

JV Softball Opens with BIG Wins

The Hanover-Horton High School girls JV softball team started out there season with two dominant wins over East Jackson. In the first game the Comets won with a score of 11-1 mercy game in the sixth inning. Mallory Clemet, a freshman starting her first game, led the Comets with a great first outing only giving

Freshman Sensation by Matt Thornburg

Brock Spink is a fourteen-year-old freshman here at Hanover-Horton High School and is already making his presence known. He has earned his spot on the varsity basketball and golf team. Despite being injured, he was a part of the basketball team and continued to make himself better by shooting baskets and staying in the weight

Girls Soccer Lose Tough Game

The Hanover Horton girls soccer team lost a very hard fought game with Quincy Tuesday night. On a cold and snowy evening,  Kalee Stringham led Hanover Horton with 10 shots. Alexis French had 24 saves at goalkeeper. Freshmen Lizzie Thompson, and Chaney Manarin both played an outstanding game.  After Quincy scored with less than 5

Inspirational Athlete by Kellie Heiler

Stefvany Miller, 17, is a senior at Hanover-Horton High School. Stefvany isn’t just another student at Hanover; she is a role model to many and inspires a lot of people. She is the daughter of Doug and Sue Miller. Stefvany plays a role in playing sports. She is a great athlete and never gives up.

Born To Play by Hunter Gillett

“My life revolves around Soccer.” says Halle Hobson, 16, of Hanover–Horton High School. Halle was born into the sport of soccer. Her dad, Jud, has played soccer his entire life, and he played in Germany with his Indiana All-Star Team. Halle says he was her motivation to start playing. Playing a sport and maintaining good

Track & Field Compete Well at Hillsdale College

The boys and girls track and field teams competed well last night at Hillsdale College for their first meet of the year. Strong performances and tremendous effort were two critical components to their success at the meet. For the boys team, Ryan Inman won his third consecutive shot put event with a new personal record

JV Baseball Wins BIG

The JV baseball had two huge wins last night against Onsted.  In the first game, the Comets won 10-0 in 5 innnings as Austin Jones pitched a perfect game.  Connor Johnson, Travis Lucas, and Jones each had 2 hits.  In the second game, the Comet bats exploded to 21 runs in the first inning.  The