Can’t make it to a home game at your local high school? Check Striv. How about a concert or a play performance? Check Striv.
They went planning to win. Ignore the fact that Malcolm is the smallest school in Class C cross country. Ignore the fact that Aurora and Sidney, both former Class B teams, are the two largest schools in Class C. The plan for Malcolm was to win.
The Milford girls’ cross country team made school history Oct. 25, winning the first-ever state trophy in girls’ athletics at the school with its second-place team finish in Class C.
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 Keegan Beisel placing fifth.
Milford’s cross country teams had a good day at the district meet Oct. 17 in Aurora. The Eagle girls brought home the district title, the second in school history, while the boys finished third.
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. Not only will a full Malcolm team go again this year, they will go knowing that coming home from th…
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 the final four of Class C.