The win evened Gering’s record at 2-2 on the season, while Torrington fell in its first action of the spring after being weathered out over the weekend.
Scottsbluff's Paige Horne was first in the 100 and 300 hurdles during the unscored event, which was among the handful of local prep track meets being held Friday.
Bryce Peterson’s singled home Shintaro Inoue to give the Western Nebraska Community College baseball team a 6-5 walk-off win over Trinidad State College in extra innings Friday, March 24.
Thunderbirds' junior Jordan Griess has three goals, two assists in opener for both programs. Gering travels to Cheyenne Central on Saturday.
The young Bulldogs played one of the top teams in Wyoming tough with a takeaway in the first 20 minutes of the game and also a 12-minute run in the second half.
Janecek, who specializes in the breaststoke, said the school provided a strong combination athletically and academically to him. He plans to be a pre-med student at the Division III college.
Winkler, who turns 24-years-old next week, makes the move from Crete Pwhere he was the freshman boys coach and also a varsity assistant.
WNCC's Clayden Brandon allowed four hits in the opening game, but Vaquero's Theo Miller and Josh Aribal combined on a one hitter in a 2-0 win.
Kathy Bresnahan, the coach that led her Iowa volleyball team to a state title after losing their star player before the season to a car crash, will be in Scottsbluff on Monday, April 3, for an inspirational talk.
At WNCC, one of the most prominent pieces in that support system is instructor and athletic trainer Doug Jones.
HIGHLAND, Kan. — The Western Nebraska Community College softball team battled but dropped a pair of games Saturday, March 4, to Highland Community College.
WNCC had a 11-4 lead in the opening game, and had a 3-0 lead in the second. The Rattlers rallied to win both.
O’NEILL — The Gordon-Rushville boys basketball team is Lincoln-bound.
The Seacats senior, who competed in the state meet in all four years, finished in a time of 5 minutes, 32. 41 seconds.
Dozens of folks leapt into the freezing waters of the North Platte River on Saturday morning for the 12th annual Panhandle Polar Plunge. The event raised more than $17,000 this year.
Five Gering grapplers reached the medal stand during the NSAA state individual wrestling tournament, including both girls’ qualifiers.
North Platte scored the first eight points and went on a 16-2 run in the first quarter in the battle of the Bulldogs
The Bulldogs senior is coming off a strong track season He qualified for state in the 800 last year where he ran a mark of 2 minute, 9.64 seconds.
Woolsey won the event in 5 minutes, 29.90 seconds, and the performance was among the highlights for the Seacats team. The boys finished fourth overall and the girls were fifth.
Ten Gering boys grapplers advanced from last weekend's Class B District 2 tournament at Ralston High School. They are joined by two members of the first-year girls team.
The Seacats will compete in the Greater Nebraska Athletic Conference meet on Sautrday in Hastings. The team will also host an intersquad meet on Feb. 17
The Cardinals, who qualified five for state, were led by junior Kenli Boeselager at 145 pounds. She pinned her way to the title.
The signing ends a recruitment process that began when he received an offer at the conclusion of a football camp at the college this summer.
PHOENIX — While playing at Long Beach Poly High and USC, JuJu Smith-Schuster dreamed of one day playing in the Super Bowl. Six years into his NFL career, Smith-Schuster will get his opportunity. The Kansas City Chiefs receiver could be a key player Sunday when the Chiefs play the Philadelphi…
Scottsbluff and Gering have both hosted the last three tournaments at Gering’s Monument Shadows Golf Course and Scottsbluff’s Scotts Bluff Country Club