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When Amanda Ristine was a fifth-grader, she told her mother Theresa Demoret she wanted to be a gymnastics coach during adulthood.

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When the Nebraska School Activities Association announced Paxton would play Axtell in the District D1-5 championship, Paxton activities director Scott Jorgensen knew where he turn to for help.

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Gothenburg High School has perhaps the richest history in the sport of track and field in all of Nebraska — dating back to gold medalists Oscar Malm, Joe Betete and Red Layton more than 100 years ago. Swedes track and field performers will

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THE SWEDE VOLLEYBALL CLUB 12-under team garnered the silver bracket at the Runza Rumble on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus on Sunday, March 2. The girls won seven of 10 sets in silver bracket play, against the likes of larger communities like Kearney, North Platte, Grand Island and Hastings. The team also played in Kearney one month ago, taking first place in its division. Here’s the squad (from left), Peyton Hilbers, Dakota Warner, Ruby Bell, Halsey Thomalla, Grace Evert, Lindley Anderson and coach Ginny Peterson. Others also with the team, but not photographed, are Payton Peterson, McKenna Gilligan and coach Travis Peterson.

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MANDI SEDLAK (RIGHT) of Johnson Lake tees off during her round at Wild Horse Golf Club. Watching Sedlak are (from left) Stan Poff, Jim Sedlak, Mandi’s husband, and Mark Bartels. Poff and Bartels are Kearney residents who traveled to Gothenburg to play. Wild Horse general manager Don Graham reported more than 40 golfers were out on the course by noon on Saturday, March 7, which served as opening day. The first event of the season will take place on Saturday, April 4, with the “Spring One-Person Scramble.”

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