Wahoo stole the show during the Cuming County Fair baseball tournament championship game in what was a one-sided game.
For a second consecutive season, West Point was crowned champions of the Dodge County Baseball League. And for a second consecutive season, the win was delivered in impressive fashion.
West Point had a hard time generating any sort of offense as the American Legion Seniors lost to Roncalli 13-1 in the opening round of the Class B Area 3 District baseball tourney Friday afternoon at Blair.
Leigh Jahnke loves to be challenged. She is no stranger to hard work, and she’s at her best when pushed to the limits. So naturally, Jahnke has a passion for obstacle courses.
When BRLD senior Nick Ronnfeldt unleashed his second throw in the Class C boys shot put prelims at the 2019 State Track and Field meet Friday at Omaha Burke, he knew it was a good throw.
There was a fairly large unknown for Guardian Angels Central Catholic in terms of how many athletes they would be able to qualify for this week’s state track and field meet.
One and done is certainly not the outcome West Point-Beemer was hoping for as the Cadets fell to Lincoln Christian 46-35 in the opening round of the Class C1 girls state basketball tourney Thursday morning at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
Give up or battle. Those were the two options West Point-Beemer faced after falling into an 18-2 hole to start the game. Their choice came as no surprise. The Cadets did what they’ve done all season long. They battled.
This week was all about mental toughness for West Point-Beemer wrestling. With action on the mat for three consecutive days, Cadet head coach Jason Redmond knew it was going to be a grind.
In a game that featured 161 total points being scored, it was Guardian Angels Central Catholic who did just enough to outscore BRLD for an 83-78 championship win during the finals of the Howells-Dodge girls holiday tournament on Saturday.
Even when shots weren’t falling, or things weren’t going smoothly, West Point-Beemer remained in control during the Cadets’ 46-37 win over North Bend Central last Thursday.
More than once, Guardian Angels Central Catholic could have folded, especially after losing all-state senior Jared Minnick for the game late in the 2nd quarter with a hamstring injury.
There’s no sugar-coating it. Rain and cold temps made for miserable conditions at the Class C girls state golf tourney held at River’s Edge Golf Course in North Platte last week.
More than once during the C-2 District softball tourney last week at Timmermann Park in West Point, it appeared that Guardian Angels Central Catholic could possibly have to bank on drawing one of two wildcard spots.
When it mattered most, Guardian Angels Central Catholic made the neccessary plays down the stretch to close out a 30-20 come-from-behind win over Wisner-Pilger Friday night in Beemer.
After trading blows throughout the first half, a handful of big plays in the second half helped Norfolk Catholic deliver the knockout blow in a 49-14 win over Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur Friday night in Bancroft.
West Point replicated another dramatic performance, and in doing so, captured the Dodge County Fair baseball title with a 5-4 win over Wahoo Sunday afternoon at the Hog Yard in Scribner.