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Posted On: 03/16/21 9:34 AM

Hanover was hardly challenged in its roll to the championship in the lowest classification. In fact, the Wildcats only played a couple of games this season that ended in less than double-digit margins. It was an amazing improvement over the 12-11 record a year ago. Like Olpe, Hanover doubled up, winning the football championship in the fall and the basketball title in the winter.

Here are a few players who stood out in the 1A Div. 2 championship game, with the focus on the seniors:

Emmitt Jueneman Emmitt Jueneman 6'1" | SF Hanover | 2022 State KS , Keagan Dimler, Philip Doebele, juniors, Hanover:

The champions were led by a junior Emmitt Jueneman Emmitt Jueneman 6'1" | SF Hanover | 2022 State KS , and Dimler developed into a stud as well. The Wildcats return several juniors with a chance to repeat next year. Emmitt Juneman didn’t put up impressive stats in the final game, but he’s the most athletic and polished of the team. Dimler led the team with 18 points in the last game. Doebele had a nice junior year and will be counted on a lot more next season.

Jacob Jueneman, senior, Hanover:

The 6-foot-4 senior was a workhorse all year for Hanover. In the finale, he hit 4-6 from the field, and 3-3 from

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