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Spartans remain undefeated in NWOC competition

Hillsboro moved to 2-0 in the NWOC with a 51-21 pounding of Milwaukie.  The Spartans were with out three regular contributors as Nick Peterson, Peyton Bell, and Sage Roundtree cheered on their teammates from the stands. Missing those three did not deter the rest of the Spartans from taking care of business. Shalev Hanamura started

Hillsboro High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Beaverton High School 32-22

Friday, December 11, 2015 7:15 PM Beaverton High School AWAY 22 Hillsboro High School HOME 32 Game Recap Spartans have a strong first half to finish off the Beavers for a win Player of the Game: Shariah Green 15 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks in 19 minutes of play! Shariah anchored the defense

Rose to the Occasion

Hillsboro took part in the annual Rose City Championships this past weekend.  The Spartans were looking to improve on their second place finish from the previous year. Instead they got more of the same.  Hillsboro scored 204.5 points beating out 23 other teams from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Colorado but was still a distant second

Hillsboro High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Glencoe High School 53-45

Friday, December 4, 2015 5:45 PM Hillsboro High School AWAY 53 Glencoe High School HOME 45 Game Recap Hillsboro uses a big second half to beat Glencoe Makenna Gambee 17, Rogers 10, Dy 3, Rodgiguez 4, Wilson 2, Green 10, Saechao 5, Mosley 2 Player of the game was Promise Saechao. She did a great

Finding matches

Four Spartans recently traveled to Banks High School looking for extra matches to help them improve. Banks was hosting a Frosh/Novice tournament featuring schools from all over the greater Portland area. The Spartans found success there. 113  Alex Aguilar Navarro went 2-1 winning twice by fall.  120 Isaac Ochoa also went 2-1 winning twice by

Spartans open league schedule with win

Hillsboro opened up their league schedule on Thursday traveling to Parkrose High School.  The drive took longer than the dual meet as the Spartans decimated a young Broncos team.  Hillsboro won 12 of the 14 match ups and the win was never in doubt. The dual opened with three straight wins from Kevin Mathews Garza,

Spartans show they’re still the top team in Hillsboro

The Hillsboro Spartans opened their varsity wrestling season by hosting the Ron James Round Robin dual tournament. The event is named after the legendary former Hillsboro coach and featured three Hillsboro squads in the tournament. HilHi was joined by Glencoe, Century, and Sam Barlow of Gresham. Hillsboro opened up the tournament with Barlow. The Spartans

The class of 2019 starts strong!

The Hillsboro class of 2019 showed up ready to demolish their opponents at their first high school competition. Century hosted the Wednesday night event for freshmen and novice wrestlers.  Hillsboro entered 19 individuals and compiled an unofficial record of 41-15 on the night.(record is unofficial because we are training our statisticians at this time and

Silver and Gold!

The Sunday after Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the competition season in wrestling.  Oregon State University uses that day to grow the sport of wrestling by hosting the Making A Difference Wrestling Tournament. Wrestlers from 4 to 19 are eligible to compete in the event for their age group and for the high school wrestlers

A pair of Spartans wrestle the Best in the West

Two Spartans made the journey to the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Central Point last weekend for the Best in the West tournament. The tournament featured wrestlers from Oregon, California, and Hawaii. Both Spartans competed in the high school open division against the best competition in the house. At 138, Junior Andres Gaona started of the