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DIGGING FOR GOLD: Senior Jaiden Davis recorded her 1000 career dig on Tuesday, Oct. 13 against Lexington. Davis has been a strong leader and consistent player as Libero for the Swedes throughout the years. (Contributed photo)

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Ava McGown happily poses with her 4th place medal at the District meet last week. She will run at Kearney on Friday representing Brady High School.

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It has been a long time coming for Ava McGown as she has ran her way to multiple top 10 finishes throughout the season and has beared the weight of responsibility as the sole runner for Brady Girls Cross Country.

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The Brady 7th and 8th grade teams competed in a tournament on Monday evening and emerged the champions. They won two sets against Loomis and then two sets against Arapahoe. Team members include: (l-r) front: Mataya Smith, Lilly Wee, Keaton Fattig, Preslee Bartels, Lydia McGown, Liberty Schultz-Pierce and Eva Sabin; back: Syann McConville, Ella Lydic, Olivia Viter, Taryn Stearns, Peyton Steinke, Jocelyn Franzen, Kennedi Cook, Abby Robison, Hallie Johnson and Kelsei Motsinger.

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A big second quarter by the Loomis Wolves secured the game on Thursday, Oct. 15 when the Brady Eagles entered into the Wolf Den of Loomis for their away game. After a close first quarter when Loomis led only 16- 14, the Wolves turned it on against the Eagles to score 24 uncontentested points in the second quarter. The Eagles offense was shut down throughout the second and third quarters but they were able to get the engine running once again in the fourth where they put up 14 points. Consistent scoring in the second half by Loomis put a comeback out of reach for Brady and the Wolves won the contest 54-28.

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Gothenburg Cross Country battled the elements as they fought to continue their season at the District Meet in Ogallala on Thursday, Oct. 16. As runners crossed the finish line, gasping for the thin cold air, it was obvious that the conditions were less than ideal for the exhausted athletes. This did not stop both teams from giving it their all however, as the Lady Swedes gave some solid performances and the boys team secured themselves a third place finish as a team to punch their ticket to the State Meet.

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It was a week of celebration leading up to the homecoming football game against the Sidney Red Raiders on Friday, Oct. 9 where the Swedes took care of business and had some fun doing it.

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