The Class D1 quarterfinal game between Tri County and Cross County Nov. 12 was a good one, TCHS Coach Brett Scheiding said. Unfortunately for Tri County, the Cougars prevailed 36-12. The Trojans finished the season with a 7-4 record.
Area junior high and middle school athletes competed for their schools during the fall football, volleyball and cross country seasons.
The Tri County girls’ cross country team earned third place to qualify for the Class D state field. TCHS finished behind McCool Junction and Thayer Central and one point ahead of Louisville.
Another game, another dominating win for the Tri County football team. This time, the Trojans shut out Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer 67-0 for homecoming Sept. 27.
The Wilber-Clatonia cross country teams turned in solid performances at the Milford Invitational Sept. 10. This year’s meet was run at Doane University in Crete because of flood damage to the course at Riverside Park in Milford.
- Tri County falls in Class D1 quarterfinals
- Junior high/middle school students compete for Saline County schools
- Trojans run at state cross country
- Pair wins medals for WCHS cross country
- Wolverines win district, will run at state
- Trojans third at districts, earn state berth
- Trojans shut out Titans on homecoming
- WCHS downs Falcons
- Man who fled apprehended near Garland
- Sheriff searching for man who fled scene near Garland
- Richard “Dick” W. Gardner
- Deputies, troopers arrest man after multi-county pursuit
- Petsource by Scoular on track to open in fall 2020
- Parade of Homes set for this weekend
- Jane Gardner
- Centennial grad named Young Music Educator of the Year
- Tree disappears from Seward couple's yard
- Camp leads to Disney for Crete cheerleaders
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