Gothenburg played Broken Bow last Tuesday night with the Swedes winning the contest 20-6 for their fifth win of the season for the Swedes. The game was shortened to two quarters due to lack of numbers participating from Broken Bow.
Gothenburg was all business when they traveled to Lexington for a triangular on Thursday, Oct. 8. The JV kicked off the offensive onslaught as they defeated McCook, 22-25, 25-23, 15- 11, and moved on to sweep Lexington in sets of 25-18 and 25-20.
“Gothenburg boys cross country has not won a conference meet since Ronald Reagan’s been president,” said senior stud Will Anderson who took first place at the South West Conference meet at Wild Horse on Thursday, Oct. 8.
Gothenburg Golf shot their way to a fifth place overall team finish at their district meet in Grand Island on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Senior Annica Harm turned it on for the Swedes and punched her ticket to the state meet after shooting an 89 for a sixth placefi n i sh.
Despite being a lone runner for the Eagles, Ava McGown’s performance this season has been eye opening and it was no different as the Eagles ran the course of Wild Horse in Gothenburg on Thursday, Oct. 1.