Brady continued its stellar start to the 2018 campaign with a sweep of Paxton and Stapleton at a triangular Sept. 4. The Lady Eagles also went 1-2 in a tournament

After the first two games of the season, Gothenburg coach Craig Haake wanted to see his team finish more drives. They certainly did that last Friday night. The Swedes punched

Gothenburg had three top 20 finishes at the varsity level at Saturday’s Broken Bow Invitational. William Anderson led the varsity boys with an eighth place finish. For the girls, Hannah

Brady dominated from the opening whistle and stayed unbeaten with a 63-20 thrashing of a combined Leyton/Banner County squad at home on Friday. The Eagles (2-0) scored twice in the

Emma Peterson competed in the finals in 4-H Showmanship and received a blue ribbon on her market barrow.

It was a tough start out of the gate for the Gothenburg volleyball team. The Swedes opened Tuesday of last week at home in a 3-2 loss to Southern Valley.

Brady continued its hot start to the 2018 season with a 3-0 win over rival Maxwell last Thursday. The Lady Eagles won 25-24, 25-19 and 25-14 and they haven’t lost

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