Several local high school football players recognized for strong seasons on both the eleven and eight man levels by the Associated Press. Defending state champions Hemingford headlines the list.
Scottsbluff, Hemingford, and Sidney players make first team all state in football
On the day Bo Pelini was officially introduced as Youngstown State’s new head football coach, he did not forget about his past.
Gering holds off Bridgeport in the battle of the Bulldogs. Minatare boys earn win over Crawford
Gering boys and girls earn wins over Bridgeport in basketball
Both WNCC basketball teams earn wins on Saturday against Trinidad State
Bayard, Chadron, Sidney, Scottsbluff, Gordon-Rushville, and Morrill all finish in top five of various tournaments on Saturday.
Bayard wrestling team earns invite title on Saturday
Several local teams pick up wins on Friday night in high school basketball. Including Scottsbluff, Bridgeport, Chadron, Leyton, Morrill, Minatare, Potter Dix.
The Western Nebraska Community College volleyball team add some local power to a strong roster for 2015. Alliance senior Kennedy Cyza has signed to play with the Cougars.
The Hemingford football team roll in Lincoln to claim first ever state championship.
Hemingford picks up 26-15 semi-final win to advance into the D1 Championship Game for the second straight season.
The Scottsbluf football team saw their season come to an end coming up short to Omaha Skutt 28-7 in the Class B Semi-FInals. Bearcats season ends with a 10-2 overall record.
Eagles season comes to an end with 32-28 loss to Maxwell on Tuesday
Hemingford rolls to 56-6 win over Fullerton to advance into semi-finals on Monday
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