It was a battle of attrition between Gothenburg and Broken Bow on Friday, Sept. 11 as the two teams fought through the pouring rain to the very last second of the grudge match.
Issued: Sept. 16-18, 2020
Gothenburg Board of Education announced multiple items of good news at the September 14 meeting, most of which were in regards to the COVID-19 situation.
It was a battle of the Eagles on Friday, Sept. 12 as Brady faced off against Garden County at home. Despite having the home court advantage the Brady Eagles couldn’t take flight against Garden County as they got swept in three sets. Although the Eagles only put up 11 points in the first two sets, Brady fought back in the final set to close the gap to 25-21. Trinity Christophersen led the Eagles on the attack with six kills while Jade Wolf was the face of the defense as she receieved 12 serves and recorded a team high 12 digs.
Brady cross country traveled to compete in the Broken Bow invitatiational on Saturday, Sept. 12 where some runners made great strides toward new goals.
A daughter, Stella Geraldine Schultz was born June 30 at Gothenburg Health to Warren and Danyel Schultz. She weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces, and was 19.5 inches long. Grandparents are JR and Alice Schultz of Gothenburg, Lynn Ann Vass of Valentine and Troy and Kim Westerman of Brighton, CO. Stella was welcomed home by her big brothers Ethan, Damian and Brantlee Schultz.
A daughter, Kennedi Raelynn Troy was born July 24 at Gothenburg Health to Halie Thaden and Matthew Troy. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces, and was 19.5 inches long. Grandparents are David and Anita Troy of Stromsburg, and Neal and Teri Thaden of Cozad. Great-grandparents are Merlin and Sheri Thaden of Lexington and Roger and Diane Walker of Cozad.