Jeaven Scdoris of Milford has been through the hoopla before – the Parade of Champions, the smoke and lights of the finals introductions. But he wasn’t as nervous this year.
The Milford wrestling team had a good weekend, hosting the Southern Nebraska Conference tournament for the first time in about 30 years and winning a plaque at that tournament for the first time since 1975.
The week was a rough one for the Milford boys’ basketball team. The Eagle schedule included the defending Class C1 state champion and runner-up in Auburn and North Bend Central on back-to-back nights. The Eagles couldn’t outscore either, losing to Auburn 57-34 Jan. 2 and to North Bend 58-38 Jan. 3.
Wrestlers from Seward, Milford and Centennial met in Milford Dec. 12 to determine which team would rise to the top. When the dust settled, Milford finished with dual wins over Centennial (48-27) and Seward (36-30). Seward defeated Centennial 54-30.
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