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HCMS boys track team wins, Meserve takes 4 events

The HCMS track teams competed in a 3-team meet at the high school Friday. The Hornet boys team won. Athletes among the top 10 finishers are listed. “I was really proud of how our middle school ran Friday,” HCHS coach Wes Meserve said. Kaleb Helm won the boys 100 meter dash in 12.72 seconds. Julius…

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Hornets win huge meet at HCHS

Hancock County High School hosted their largest track meet in history with seven schools competing on Tuesday, March 26. The Hornet boys team took first place. “Our boys did well across the board. We would not be undefeated on our new track if we didn’t have solid boys in every event,” HCHS coach Wes Meserve…

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Hancock wins big at new home track

Hancock County hosted a track meet at the school’s new track and field complex and both Hornet teams defeat McLean County during a very exciting event. The HCHS girls team won by a team score of 52-31. The boys won 92-21. “It was a great meet,” HCHS coach Wes Meserve said. “It was a lot…

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Meserve medals as four compete at middle school state

  Four local athletes qualified for and competed in the KTCCCA Middle School Indoor State Championship at Louisville last weekend. Eighth grader Emmitt Meserve earned a medal when he placed third in the triple jump competition. Meserve delivered a leap that covered a distance of 32 feet, 4.25 inches. Egli Brooks of Beaumont won at…

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School Board recognizes Track State Qualifiers and All-State Chorus

HCHS Students Going to State HCHS students Hayden Emmick, Baylee Estes and Rylann Kessans were recognized and congratulated for their stellar accomplishment of making KY All-State Chorus at the Hancock County Board of Edcation meeting Thursday evening, December 14th. (See November 23rd edition of the Clarion for feature on HCHS All-State Chorus students.) The Hornet…

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Hancock County Meserve athletes compete in USATF Junior Olympics

USATF Junior Olympics The USATF Junior Olympics National Championship was held in Louisville Saturday with more than 3,200 runners competing. Hancock County’s athletes Emmitt, Ellen and Elias Meserve all entered after qualifying through regional events. Elias, a 3rd grader at NHES, was the first from the family to run. He competed in the 3,000 meter…

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Meserves qualify for Junior Olympics

The Meserves represented Hancock County well again when they all qualified for the Junior Olympics during the national youth championships hosted by the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Saturday. The race was held at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Louisville. Ellen Meserve, a 6th grader, competed in the girls 11-12 year old…

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Cross country girls place 21st at state; Meserve runs fast time

The HCHS girls cross country team placed 21st during the Class 1A state championships held at the New Horse Park in Lexington Saturday. Three Hancock County boys also competed in the event. “Overall, I was happy with how our kids did,” HCHS coach Wes Meserve said. Izzy Ross led the Lady Hornets with a 63rd…

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HCHS cross country girls qualify for state

The HCHS girls cross country team placed fourth in the Class A, Region 2 championships held at Ephram White Park in Bowling Green Saturday. The performance qualified the Lady Hornets for the upcoming state competition at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. The Hancock County boys team placed sixth. “For most of the season we…

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Meserve wins cross country race for Hancock

Emmitt Meserve won the two mile cross country race for Hancock County while several other local athletes placed well during an all comers meet at Noble Park in Paducah. Meserve won by 28 seconds over his nearest competitor. He completed the course in 11 minutes, 44 seconds. Hancock County’s Henry Proctor placed sixth in 12:50…

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