Mount Vernon wrestling seniors Jacob Dehart, Max VanFossen and Bailey Cunningham did not spend too much time on the mat Saturday, on a day to recognize them, wrestling for a combined 3:21 in picking up three wins by pin.
Centerburg’s Carter Jones and Hayden Hankinson combined to go 18 of 22 at the line in the fourth quarter, as the Trojans outscored the Freddies 23-14 in the final period to pick up the 64-55 Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference win.
The Highland Scots football program has a new leader, although it is a face that has been around the team for more than a decade. Matt Jones has been promoted to head coach of the Highland football team.
The Centerburg Trojans hosted a super-tri Wednesday with Fredericktown, Westerville North and Columbus Academy, and the Trojans and Freddies had the smallest squads, but still put together solid matches.
The Utica Redskins girls basketball team built a 16-point lead in the second quarter Tuesday, and although the visiting Lakewood Lancers cut into the lead in the second half, the Redskins cruised to a 60-46 win.
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