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Ryan scores 16 in Hebron loss

Carsyn Ryan scored 16 points, but didn’t receive much offensive help as Hebron fell 55-31 at North Newton on Friday. The Spartans (1-1) came out blazing, hitting five 3s in a 24-point first quarter to build a 17-point lead, only to go cold in the second as the Hawks edged within 28-18 at the half.

Hebron 8th Graders whack Wanatah

Aiden Bowgren (16 points), Brandon Deslauriers (14) and Dominic Piunti (13) all scored in double figures as the Hebron eighth graders walloped Wanatah 74-23 on Tuesday. The Hawks scored 23 points in the first and third quarters. Bowgren and Travis Carter each banged a pair of 3s, while Piunti and Seth Weaver notched one apiece.

Hawks anxiously await season opener

The calendar has flipped to December and the Hebron wrestling team continues to patiently await its season opener, which is now scheduled for Dec. 8 with a dual at Tri-County. “The kids are extremely anxious to compete but have also accepted the reality of what is happening around us,” Hawks coach Todd Adamczyk said. Hebron

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 30 – Dec 06

Nov 30 Boys 6th Grade Basketball 5/6 at Kouts 5/6 Kouts 5/6 5:30 pm   Nov 30 Boys Middle School Basketball at Rensselaer 7A/B Rensselaer 7A/B 5:30 pm | Rensselaer Middle School Dec 01 Boys Middle School Basketball at Lacrosse 7/8 A LaCrosse 7/8 A 4:30 pm   Dec 02 Boys 6th Grade Basketball 5/6

Kouts, Wireman race by Hawks

HEBRON — The good news is Hebron was able to open its season on time Friday at the Hawks Nesy. The bad news is Hebron had to play high-powered Kouts. “We knew this was going to be a tough one,” Hawks coach Mike Grennes said after the 90-63 loss. “This is a really good Kouts

Region Sports to broadcast game

The Region Sports Network will broadcast Friday’s Kouts at Hebron game. A link can be accessed on Hebron’s boys basketball Facebook page or the RSN website.

Cautious optimism as Hebron preps to open season

Opportunity knocks. Will Hebron answer? The graduation of a five-player senior class who accounted for 40 points a game on a 15-win team leaves a big void on the Hawks roster, but the departures, in turn, create chances for members of this season’s squad who have been awaiting their turn. “We had a lot of seniors last year,”