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The way this year has gone, just being there to compete was an accomplishment. The icing on the cake was getting a little hardware at the Oct. 23 NSAA State Cross Country Championships. After a … more
Centennial sent two runners to state cross country and, although they finished out of the medals, both had successful races. Madison Brandenburgh and Clinton Turnbull had set goals for times to … more
Coach Kurt Holliday knew they were close. It was going to come down to Seward and Elkhorn for the Class B girls’ state cross country title. He checked for results one last time before … more
In a week full of matches, the Centennial volleyball team saw its ups and downs. The Broncos opened play Oct. 13 with a triangular against Adams Central and Fillmore Central. Coach Alex Anstine … more
Top three is the place to be if you want to qualify for state cross country. Milford’s girls’ and boys’ team each earned runner-up, giving the Eagles a chance to fly at the Class … more
The road was about as tough as it could be. In its three games at the Class C State Softball Championships, Malcolm faced the top three teams in the class. After an opening round win, the Clippers … more
Once you’ve qualified for the state tournament, the next goal is to win a game or two there. Seward’s softball team came up short of that goal Oct. 14 and 15 at state softball. The … more
They wasted little time making a statement. The Malcolm softball team needed just over two hours and six-and-a-half innings to win two games to sweep Arlington in the Oct. 9 C-7 district final to … more
Seward needed just two games in a best-of-three series to defeat Scottsbluff and win the district title. The championship sent the Jays to the Class B state softball tournament at Hastings Oct. … more
This fall has left no doubt that the arrow is pointing upward for the Concordia University shooting sports program. For the third time this season, the Bulldogs claimed an event title. They knocked … more
A wild game, full of twists and turns, saw the Milford softball team down Aquinas 25-20 Oct. 5 in its first game of the Subdistrict C5 tournament. The win put the Eagles in the final against … more
Only in 2020 could a team playing its fourth game of the season go head-to-head with an opponent just beginning its campaign. By the close of the afternoon Oct. 3, the Concordia University football … more
A back-and-forth game finished in disappointing fashion for the Seward football team. The Jays hosted Northwest Oct. 2 and hung with the Vikings through three quarters. GINW was able to score in … more
For the past 30 years, the Malcolm cross country team has made a mid-season trek to central Nebraska for a what they hope will be a tune-up for a big event a few weeks later. This year, the Sept. 28 … more
Seward’s softball team played well in a full week on the diamond, finishing with a runner-up plaque at the Crete Invitational Sept. 26 and a new single-season home run record. The Bluejays … more
When the lights are on and the alumni are back in town, you want to look your best. The Malcolm football team did just that when it played its most complete game of the season with a 40-7 rout of … more
Times improved for the Centennial cross country runners at both meets last week. Madison Brandenburgh ran a season-best time of 22:39 and finished 13th. “It has been several years since … more
The Milford softball team earned third place in the Southern Nebraska Conference tournament Sept. 26, with its only loss of the day coming in the semifinals to Fillmore … more
Sophomore Moises Jacobo likely came away from this game feeling like he could have easily had an additional goal or two – but he did plenty enough to help his team win on Wednesday (Sept. 23). … more
Seward’s volleyball team split a triangular Sept. 1 and lost on the road Sept. 3. The Bluejays played Hastings and Adams Central in a triangular, beating Hastings 25-21, 22-25, 25-14 and losing … more
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