Abigail Bever, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, finished the Monument Marathon in 3:27.08 to take first place in the women's division.
After a scoreless first half, Mitchell's offense exploded as they stay undefeated at 5-0 with a 35-14 win over Chadron on Friday.
The Bearcats showed off its potent running game as they ran to a 27-20 win over No. 7-rated Grand Island Northwest on Friday.
The Scottsbluff and Gering softball teams both went 1-1 in a quadrangular in Ogallala on Thursday.
Chadron held off a late rally by Scottsbluff to claim a four-set win over Scottsbluff for the second time this season.
The Gering volleyball team had several players who stepped up to help them split their matches in the Sidney Triangular.
Kimball's Payton Wise took first by a wide margin at the Bridgeport Golf Invite on Thursday. Payton shot an 82 for the win.
Sedric Toney used his experience at WNCC to propel him to the NBA, where he enjoyed a nine-year career.
Gering's Maddie Wiese struck out thirteen batters as the Bulldogs earned a 17-1 win over Chadron.
The Scottsbluff softball team swept its doubleheader against Alliance with big games from several key players.
The Scottsbluff volleyball team ended its skid against Gering. The Bearcats picked up their first win over Gering since 2006.
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Bayard had trouble finding the zone in their 43-8 loss to Perkins County of Friday.
Gering led most of the game, but a late touchdown lifts Chadron over the Bulldogs, 16-14.
Scottsbluff shut out Custer, South Dakota. The Bearcats used a strong running game to earn its first win of the year, 35-0.
Mitchell's rushing attack, led by Rylan Aguallo, was too much for Chase County to overcome. The Tigers won 55-8 to stay undefeated.
Gering's Madi Schlaepfer continues to play well shooting a 75 to give the Bulldogs the team title at the Chadron Invite on Thursday.