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Hillsboro High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Liberty High School 40-33

Tuesday, January 12, 2016 5:45 PM Hillsboro High School AWAY 40 Liberty High School HOME 33 Game Recap The Lady Spartans beat the Falcons January 12, 40-33. The Falcons refused to go quietly with their tenacious defense. In the end the Spartans were victorious. Come support our team in Wilsonville Friday January 22 at 7:15.

Hillsboro moves to 3-0 in league with decimation of Liberty

Hillsboro completed its sweep of in town rivals and stayed undefeated in the NWOC with the 69-6 destruction of Liberty.  The Spartans weren’t perfect, but they were pretty close. The night started where it usually ends with the 285 weight class.  Nick Beede started the night off with a win by fall.  Kevin Mathews Garza

Spartans 7th out of 36 at Northwest Duals

Hillsboro went 7-2 at the Northwest Duals in Albany over Christmas break. The Spartans looked dominant on day one going 5-0 in their pool.  The day started off with a 45-26 win over 5A rivals Bend.  Round two was a 33-30 rematch victory over city rival Century. Next on the agenda were opponents fromSnohomish, Washington.

Hillsboro High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Sunset High School 33-31

Wednesday, December 30, 2015 1:30 PM Sunset High School AWAY 31 Hillsboro High School HOME 33 Game Recap While many were relaxing over the winter break; the Hilhi Girls Varsity team was competing in the Nike Interstate Shootout in Lake Oswego. The Spartans played four games and won 3 of the 4. They were victorious

Spartans stunned in tournament final

The Spartans headed down south for the Weisbrodt Invitational at Lebanon High School. Little did they know that that things would eventually go down hill. In the opening round HilHi matched up with South Albany. The Sparts won nine matches against the unfamiliar foes to win 54-22. 106 Kevin Mathews Garza, 120 Jaiven Rodriguez, 132

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