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Seward’s cross country teams ran good races at the state meet Oct. 25 in Kearney. The boys’ team finished third in Class B, with Nathan Nottingham placing ninth. The girls’ team was sixth, with … more
The Seward cross country teams have one week left in their seasons, thanks to a district championship and runner-up finish at districts. “It was a lot of fun,” Coach Kurt Holliday said. “You … more
Centennial will have two runners in the Class D state meet Friday, Oct. 25. Madison Brandenburgh and Gaven Schernikau both placed 11th in the District D1 meet Oct. 17 at McCool … more
As the eighth seed in Class B, not many people gave the Seward softball team a chance at the state softball tournament. The Bluejays, however, took advantage of being an underdog and finished … more
The tradition continues. In the 35-year history of the Malcolm boys’ and girls’ cross country program, the Clippers have sent someone to state each year. Most of those years, a full team goes. … more
After barely getting into the state tournament, the Malcolm softball team showed it definitely belonged in the mix amongst the best in the state. Going in as the No. 8 seed, the Clippers finished in … more
The past two weeks have served as a bit of a wake up call for the Malcolm softball team. The team is a mix of talented and experienced upperclassmen with some young players that provide a spark. As a … more
Cool and damp conditions the morning of Sept. 28 were just more challenges for the Centennial softball team to overcome at the Central City Invitational. “It was mind over matter to get over … more
An honest look at the Malcolm football schedule points to the fact the Clippers expected some tough sledding to open the season. The first four games included the defending state champions, one of … more
The Seward softball team was 2-1 in the Crete Invitational Sept. 28, losing its opener 4-3 in Northwest but coming back to beat Scottsbluff 13-3 and Hastings 10-9. Coach Rich Eber said the … more
Hunter Novacek gained over 100 yards rushing, and Seward football beat Lexington 35-14 Sept. 13 On the down side, the Jays committed 16 penalties. “You never want that,” Coach Jamie Opfer … more
For the first time since 2015, the Centennial football team will have to bounce back from a regular season loss. The Broncos lost to Battle Creek 15-13 Sept. 13. Coach Evan Klanecky said CHS did a … more
For volleyball aficionados looking at the teams entered in the Malcolm Boosters’ Invitational, most would have assumed the Sept. 14 championship match would come down to Lincoln Lutheran and … more
Malcolm hosted its annual Boosters Invitational Sept. 12 and 14. Centennial finished 2-3, beating Fort Calhoun in its first match 25-14, 25-23, losing to Fairbury 20-25 25-22, 26-24, losing to … more
The Charlie Thorell Invitational, Seward’s home cross country meet, brings athletes from schools of all size, from Omaha Westside to David City Aquinas. “We’re pretty proud of our meet,” … more
The old adage goes, “you can’t coach speed.” If you are the one with the speed, you usually have the advantage. That proved to be true when Centennial arrived in Malcolm for the Clippers’ … more
The Seward volleyball team opened its season at the Plattsmouth Invitational Aug. 31, going 2-1 on the day. The Bluejays defeated Ralston and Plattsmouth but lost to Platteview, finishing … more
Entering the 2019 season, the boys running for the Malcolm cross country team knew they would have to work hard to uphold tradition that dates back over three decades. For the first time in four … more
Centennial’s football team hasn’t lost a game since 2017’s state final. It kept the streak alive with a 48-7 win over Syracuse Aug. 30. Coach Evan Klanecky was pleased with his team’s … more
The Seward softball team picked up four wins and a tournament championship last week. The Jays beat York 10-2 Aug. 27, lost to Crete 12-1 Aug. 29 and swept their home invitational Aug. 31, beating … more
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