Crete Head Coach Mark Newmyer said his football team will be ready to go to work this week as it faces a 2-3 Seward squad in Seward Friday, Oct. 4.
The Crete softball team found itself in an unusual position last week – coming off a loss. But that didn’t bother the Cardinals, who came back to sweep their home tournament Sept. 28.
A slow second half led to Crete’s first loss, 35-14, to Class B’s fifth-rated Norris in its home opener at Al Papik Field at Doane University Friday, Sept. 6.
- Hastings too much for Crete on gridiron
- Cardinals bounce back with tournament title
- Cardinal softball continues hot hitting
- Cardinal bats stay hot in week's action
- Crete can't overcome slow second-half start
- Runners compete in heat, humidity
- Dorchester dominates Beavers at home
- Wolverine volleyball enters win column
- Technician shares own breast cancer experience
- Athletes set new marks
- Mom approved
- Handguns, cocaine seized on I-80
- Residents moved out of Crestview, job fair coming to Milford
- Crestview residents gone, job fair planned in Milford
- MLB pitcher talks faith, baseball at CU
- David G. Daenzer
- Crete High Class of 1959 reunites
- Deborah F. Luebbe
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