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The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tiger boys basketball team recently held its year-end banquet to recognize individuals for their success on the court this year. The Tigers went 16-13 overall this year and finished second in Section 3AA play, falling to Jackson County Central in the finals on March 16. The West Central Conference recognized three individuals for their effort during conference games this year where Morris/C-A went 7-7 and finished fifth.
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta trapshooting team completed its reserve week on Saturday, April 22. Brady Cardwell led the boys side with 48 targets. He was followed by Marty Koehl with 46 and Chandler Wilts with 43. The Tigers are in the midst of week one of competition, which ends Saturday, April 29. On Monday, May 1, Morris/C-A begins week two of five total competitive weeks that lead up to the state tournament. Reserve Week Athlete Name Round 1 Round 2 Total Score Anderson, Hayden 21 14
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta girls basketball team recently held its year-end banquet to recognize several individuals for their effort during the season where the Tigers finished 18-10 overall. The West Central Conference recognized three Tigers. Correy Hickman earned her third straight all-conference award, while Ashley Solvie took home her second all-conference award. Nicole Solvie was named honorable mention.
Hancock High School's prom was Saturday, April 29. This year's theme is "Bayou Breeze." The grand march decor was, as you can imagine, things one would find in a bayou: wood stumps, rocks, shiny blue paper represented the water of the bayou and on top the water was a fishing rod inside a canoe, which surrounded by cattails. About 22 couples participated in the grand march.
The Hancock Owl softball team still searches for its first win of the season after falling twice to Brandon-Evansville over the past week. The Owls fell to the Chargers 20-0 in four innings and 25-9 in five innings. Hancock hosts Wheaton/Herman-Norcross at 4 p.m. Brandon-E 20, Hancock 0 The 15-after-4 rule came into effect at Brandon-Evansville on Friday, April 21, and not in Hancock's favor. The Chargers won the conference game 20-0 in four innings Friday afternoon, while recording just eight hits on the day.
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers went 3-0 to win the Morris/C-A tournament on Saturday, April 22, then dropped a West Central Conference game at Melrose Tuesday, April 25. RELATED: Tigers sweep Braves on road , prep baseball , Morris/C-A athletics
Annandale won the Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta softball tournament on Saturday, April 22 in Morris.
The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta boys golf team got its season underway this week. The Tigers were at Minnewaska for the boys invitational on Friday, April 21, then continued the season at the Ortonville Invite on Monday, April 24.
Each member of the Hancock Owl varsity recorded a personal best at Minnewaska’s Steve Hill Invitational Tuesday, April 18 in Glenwood. RELATED: Marczak records three bests at Tiger Invite , prep track and field , Hancock athletics
The Hancock Owl baseball team split in conference action this week. Hancock upended West Central Area last Friday, April 21 in Barrett before falling to Brandon-Evansville on Monday, April 24 in Evansville. RELATED: Late rally tops Ashby , prep baseball , Hancock athletics