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It was a big day for the Lady Chieftains at the BVC Championships Saturday. The team won their 3rd straight title in a close race. H-L scored 50 to edge Runner-Up Riverdale by 4 points. Taylor Leiter ...

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The Lady Chieftains won their 3rd straight BVC Championship Saturday in Findlay, winning a very close race. H-L scored 50, followed by Riverdale with 54 and Liberty-Benton with 58. Leipsic, North Balt...

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On a very hot, humid day, the Lady Chieftains persevered through poor conditions and had enough to finish 1st in the Fostoria Booster Invite, edging Carey 96-104. Gibsonburg was 3rd with 108, fol...

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The H-L Girls finished 4th of 12 teams at the Buckeye Central Invite on Saturday. Galion Northmor won the meet with 75 points, followed by Colonel Crawford with 85, Carey 111 and then the Chieftains w...

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The Lady Chieftains took the Runner-Up spot in the Widewater Invite, finishing behind the host Liberty Center Tigers 19-65. Montpelier was third with 113, followed by Antwerp, Stryker, Tinor, Plymouth...

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The Varisty Girls were 4th of 14 teams at the Lakota Invite, and the Junior High Girls were 6th of 14. Leading the way once again for the Chieftains was Renae Kapelka, followed by Taylor Leiter, ...

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The H-L Girls took the Runner -Up spot in the Riverdale Invite, dropping a close race to Carey 41-47. Host Riverdale was third with 63 followed by North Baltimore, Waynesfield-Goshen and McComb. Renae...

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The Lady Chieftain Varsity finished 12th of 31 teams in the Division IIB Race at the Tiffin Cross Country Carnival on Saturday. Leading the Chieftains on the muddy course was Taylor Leiter, followed b...

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Lady Chieftain XC place 5th of 16 teams at the Columbus Grove Invite on Saturday.  The home team won the meet with 85 points, followed by Woodmore with 92, Lincolnview with 116, Carey 148 and the...

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The Lady Chieftains opened the season with a 3rd place finish @ the Seneca East Tiger Classic.  Norwalk St. Paul won the meet with 88 points, followed by the host Tigers of Seneca East with 112. ...

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