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Kremeier breaks three point record

Kremeier breaks three point record

Tristyn Kremeier (holding sign) broke a Herington High School record on Saturday during a game against Council Grove. She surpassed the former record of 110 career three-pointers held by Crysta Brockmeier, a 2009 HHS graduate. A junior, Kremeier scored a trio of treys in Saturday’s game, putting her career total at 113. HHS won the game, 50-41. Team members surrounding the record-breaker on the front row, from left, are: Sophia Weber, Madi Becker, Kremeier, Karli Brott, Ashley Mascareno and Cameron Hartman. Back: Jade Ottens, Coach Troy Heitfield, Halle Rutschman, Carrie Roe, Tyler Urbanek, Eleanor Silhan, Megan Mortensen and Assistant Coach Chris Kremeier. (Susan Mueller/DCNT Photo)

Little River downs Herington Railers

Little River downs Herington Railers

Senior Corbyn Jackson (12) leaps into the air to take a shot in Thursday night’s game in the HHS gym. Teammate Tyus Becker (11) is in the background. Little River defeated the Railers, 61-28. Jackson, along with senior Craig Rutschman each scored eight points. Matt Anschutz led the team, with nine. Susan Mueller/DCNT Photo

Espinoza twins to play for Hesston

Espinoza twins to play for Hesston

Alyssa Espinoza, left, and Samantha Espinoza signed letters of intent to play both volleyball and basketball for Hesston College, a private two-year college in Hesston. They are pictured with Michael Smalley, Hesston’s women’s head basketball coach, left, and the Rev. Alan Stahlecker, girls’ head basketball coach at Centre High. The twins, daughters of Jose and Jennifer Espinoza, have played both sports competitively during the junior high and high school careers. Coach Smalley said the girls will receive partial tuition scholarships to play for the Larks. He said he is looking forward to adding their talent, strong work ethic and competitiveness to the Hesston program. Susan Mueller/DCNT Photo

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