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On Thursday September 23, 2021 the Ogallala Cross Country Invite was held at Crandall Creek Country Club. The Varsity Men's Team 5000 Meters results were (1)Broken Bow with a score of 24, (2) Sidney 27, (3) St. Patrick 80, (4) Gothenburg 86, (5) Holdrege 91, (6) McCook 125, (7) Chadron 138, (8) Ogallala 139, (9) Perkins County 158, (10) Hershey 161, (11) Sutherland Public 183, (12) Chase County 189, (13) Sandhills Valley 194, and (14) alliance 271.

High School Homecoming Week

HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN Maddox Rickertsen(King) and Kaileigh Gilligan (Queen) with their Court after the crowning on Friday night. The Swedes won the Football contest and the student body elected the King and queen as part of the Homecoming weeks festivities. Congratulations on the big win and to all the candidates this year. (COURT) Chesney Bartlett, Chayslene Hruza, Jake Zozeal, and Bronson Long, Last years King and Queen .

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The Gothenburg Swedes Varsity Football team travelled to Ogallala Friday night to face the Indians on their field and came home with a notch in the loss column by a score of 26-5. The Swedes hard a hard time holding down the hard charging Ogallala offense and just could not get their own offense cranked up to put points on the scoreboard.

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Gothenburg High school Hosted the Dawson County Girls Golf Triangular at the Wildhorse Golf Course on Monday. Lynzi Becker from Cozad the Medalist for the Triangular and Lexington was crowned Team Champions.

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SWEDES BATTLED HARD against Ogallala friday night. Abe Mendez (7) runs the ball as Jake Burge (21), Clayton Ryker (56), and Kai Jorgenseon block for him and quarterback Trey Stevens (11) admires the hole opened up by his linemen. BRAD MESSERSMITH TIMES SPORTS REPORTER-PHOTO

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SWEDE GOLFER MARLEY FISHER drives one on the green at Wild Horse Golf Course during the Triangular into the sun. PAUL PACK/TRI-CITY TRIBUNE

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Gothenburg Swedes blasted Chase County on Thursday afternoon 10-0 in area softball girl’s action. The Swedes secured the victory thanks to six runs in the second inning. The Swede's offense in the inning came from singles by Addisyn Streeter and Hayden Ricley, a sac fly by Madison Beachel, a ground out by Hannah Devlin and by Chloe Daharsh.

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The Gothenburg Softball girls lost a close contest Thursday evening against Gering by a score of 7-5. The Swedes lost the lead late in the bottom of the fifth inning in the heartbreaking loss. The Swedes lost despite out hitting Gering Nine to seven at the dish. Chloe Daharsh took the win home for the Swedes. The ace lasted four and a third innings, allowed six hits and six runs while striking out six. Sarah Wiese was credited with the loss for the Bulldogs. The pitcher surrendered five runs on nine hits over seven innings, striking out four and walking one Swede hitter. Chloe Daharsh led the Swedes at the plate with three hits at for trips to the plate. Allee Lohr led Gering going two for three at the plate in hits.

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HOMECOMING CANDIDATES Chesney Bartlett, Kaileigh Gilligan,Chayslene Hruza (Front). Jake Kozeal, Bronson Long, and Maddox Richertsen (Back) are the candidates for King and Queen this year for Gothenburg.

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Gothenburg hosted the Harvest festival Volleyball tournament on Friday September 17 and Saturday September 18, 2021. It was a two-day tournament with many teams competing from around the area. Kearney Catholic was crowned as champions and the Gothenburg Swedes were runners up.

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