Van Horn Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 3 - 7
  • Conference Record: 2 - 2

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Sign of the Times–3 Falcs sign Letters of Intent

Three Falcons inked their letters of intent to their respective schools this week.  They were the first of our many expected college signings as we swing into Spring.  Great job Falcons! Jazzmin Miller, Women’s Track–Cottey College, Nevada, MO Daniel Orozco, Men’s Soccer–Graceland University, Lamoni, IA Evan Neal, Football–Missouri Valley College, Marshall, MO BY PERRY GREEN

Wounded Falcons Fight Grandview, but Fall 7-34

The Falcons headed into district quarterfinals with a roster of injured players, but still managed to fight Grandview evenly for three quarters, before falling 7-34.  The Falcons’ ground and pound offense generated 157 total yards on the night, all of them rushing.  The Falcon defense remained stout until the fourth quarter, using three interceptions to keep the

Falcons Cannot take the Summit, Fall 19-34

The Falcons fell to Summit Christian 19-34, at Chrisman High School.  The Falcons cannot seem to get comfortable playing at Bears Stadium where the football team is 0-4 this year.  The Falcons rushed for 305 yards, but struggled to throw the ball and to stop the running attack of the Eagles.  The Falcons drop to 3-4, and

Falcons Heartbreak on Pembroke Hill, Fall 32-33

The Van Horn Falcons (3-3) lost to Pembroke Hill (5-1) in heartbreaking fashion, 32-33.  The Falcons drove the field with two minutes left, setting up a 21-yard field goal attempt that went wide as time expired.  Pembroke proved that they would be tough opponents from the opening whistle.  They tried an onside kick successfully to

Falcon Football Falls Short in Upset Bid

IMG_0519.TRIM (3) The upstart Falcons played Truman in a thrilling football game, ultimately falling short 21-22.  The Falcons started strongly with a David Krantz (Senior) interception that he returned to the house for an early 7-0 Falcon lead.  The Falcon defense was not done in the opening quarter.  The Truman quarterback was sacked for a safety,