Hillsboro Boys Varsity Wrestling

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Nick Peterson – Signs letter of intent for SOU

Spartan Family-   Yesterday afternoon, in between rain sprinkles and construction fences, the Spartan wrestling family had its first scholarship signee from the 2019 class. In front of family, friends and coaching staff, Nicholas Peterson formally signed his scholarship offer with intent to wrestle at Southern Oregon University. For Nicholas, this caps off an incredible athletic career at Hillsboro High

Spartans Season Ends With Four Medals

Hillsboro wrestling’s season concluded Friday and Saturday at the Memorial Coliseum in Portland. The Spartans fell a little short of their goals, but ended their season on high notes. As a team, the Spartans finished in the top 10 and were the top team out of the NWOC with 77.5 points. Thirteen wrestlers qualified for

The Spartan Empire Strikes Back!

The NWOC championship made its way home to Sparta on a snowy Friday night in Scappoose.  Hillsboro dominated the district championship weekend that was condensed to one day due to weather concerns.  The champion Spartans scored 341.5 team points to out distance second place Milwaukie’s 288.5 and ruin the Mustangs hope of defending their 2018

Last Stop Before Districts

Hillsboro travelled to Clackamas for their final regular season tune up before the post season begins.  The Spartans entered sixteen into the two day Bill Geister Tournament and came away with six medals.  Leading the way for Hillsboro were two gold medalists, 138 Cole Siemon and 160 Nick Peterson. Siemon went undefeated winning his matches

Seniors Shine As Spartans Finish Undefeated

It was a battle of two undefeated teams. It was a large, loud, raucous crowd.  It was the last time wrestling at home for the seniors who had been wrestling in that gym since as far back as third grade. It was a strategic battle of each team trying to get the match ups they

Spartans Wrestle Reser’s

Sometimes you don’t have to go too far to find the best. The Spartans traveled to Liberty High School to wrestle in what many call the toughest tournament in Oregon, The Reser’s Tournament of Champions.  HilHi finished in 17th place in the special 2A through 6A tournament. The team score didn’t end up as high

Spartans Waste Wildcats

The Spartans hosted their penultimate league dual against Wilsonville and moved to 5-0 on the season. Hillsboro outscored the Wildcats 62-15 in the victory. Maximum bonus point victories were supplied by Ayana Medina, Emma Blackwell, Damon Chavez, Josh Smith, Tristin Keffer, Cole Siemon, Nick Peterson, Darrius Walker, and Trevor Schubmehl. Other victorious Spartans were Jayden

Classic Competitors

The Spartans competed in the Oregon Classic Dual Team Tournament. The Classic is the unofficial state dual championships. Day one consists of pool matches while day two consists of bracketed matches.  The Spartans went in unseeded and were placed in the toughest pool. Hillsboro opened against top pool seed Crater and was defeated 53-21. Round

Spartans Crown Kingsmen

In their final road league dual of the season the Spartans came away with a 64-15 victory over Rex Putnam.  Hillsboro had the victory in 10 of the 13 weight classes including seven by pin fall.  Some new Spartans stepped up for big wins including Cayden Peters, Jesus Nunez, Bailey Heidrick, Judah Stanley, and Darius

Spartans Corral Broncos

Hillsboro improved to a perfect 3-0 record in NWOC competition with a 66-15 thrashing of Parkrose.  The Sparts won nine of eleven matchups overall with some big wins from wrestlers that stepped up their performances.  Every match was decided with bonus points except for an overtime match up at 113.  Ayana Medina stepped into the boy’s