Swede Tennis Squad

Swede Tennis Squad: ATTACKING THE NET for the Swedes will be netters including (front, from left) Reagan Smith, Andrea Gurle, Jada Rubalcava, Hailey Stueben, Emily Cornwell, Alana Wheatley and Kaylee Hubbard. (Middle) Molly Therrien, Kanzie Margritz, Sophie Wagner, Ericka Gerabas, Katelyn Weidman and Shree Dyches Chandler. (Back) Jacie Naprstek, Kinley McCoy, Madi Cornwell, Joey Holland, Kalli Strauser and Adi Bartels.

	Swede Returning Thinclads

Swede Returning Thinclads: LETTERWINNING TRACKSTERS hitting the cinders for Gothenburg in 2022 are (front, from left) Zach Harbur, Trey Stevens, Sean Graff, Wes Geiken and Sean Meints. (Middle row) Garrett Cooper, Isaiah Urhman, Tra Rossell, Caleb Thomalla and Kooper Koehn. (Back) Kurt Kuhlman, Andrew Kruescher, Parker Graves, Ethan Olsen and Tucker Keith.

Lady Swede Returning Letterwinners

Lady Swede Returning Letterwinners: THE STAGE IS set for the Gothenburg Girls Track and Field squad to have a remarkable 2022 season with 17 letterwinners returning to the cinders, runway and ring that includes (from left) Paige Hoeke, Addi Wyatt, Ellarey Harm, Carly Jensen, Kynlee Strauser, Emaleigh Rosse and Madison Bogus. (Second row) Madison Smith, Sophie Aden, Hayden Ricely, Clara Everett, Ashlyn Richeson and Aubrey O’Hare. (Third row) Logan Hilbers , Hannah Devlin, Ava Weyers and Layla Healey.

Gothenburg High School Links Squad

Gothenburg High School Links Squad: TEEING OFF during the 2022 Swede golf campaign are linksters (front, from left) Ty Bartels, Jake Kozeal, Maddox Rickertsen, Crayton Ryker and Carsten Graves. (Second row) Connor McCoy, Matthew Shank, Caiden McVay and Rayden Bihlmaier. (Third row) Braeden Anderson, Kellen Strauser and Eli Mahar. (Back) Jackson Schwanz, Zander Hruza, Alec Winney, and Assistant Coach Jeff Holsten. Not pictured: Bailey Ryker, Kai Jorgenson, Ian Ackerman, Assistant Coach Justin Henry and Head Coach Roger Koehler.

Swedes Track & Field Squad:

Swedes Track & Field Squad: REPORTING FOR the 2022 Track and Field season for the Gothenburg High School boys team are (front, from left) Kade Cox, Tyler Trumbley, Conner Weidman, Eli Buck, Sean Graff, Wes Geiken adn Sean Meints. (Second row) Alaric Jesseph, Jaxon Atteberry, Isaiah Urhman, Bryson Pfeifer, Kurt Kuhlman and Trey Stevens. (Third row) Garrett Cooper, Nate Sager, Tucker Keith, Kooper Koehn, Tra Rossell, Caleb Thomalla, Thomas Last and Asher Bartlett. (Fourth row) Abel Flores, Parker Graves, Ethan Olson, Andrew Kruescher, Zach Harbur, Yahriel Gaeta, Dylan Meints and Rye Tiller. (Fifth row) Zach Shank, Casey Wahlgren, Gunner Miller, Jonathon Davis, Caden Neels, Jackson Daum, Preston Nichols and Max Wyatt.


Having a season to remember would be considered an understatement for the Lady Swedes hoopsters that rolled to a 19-9 season record and a fourth place finish in the NSAA State Championships.

Gothenburg Boys Gain Valuable Experience During Campaign

The Gothenburg boys hoops squad had a rollercoaster type season that was a result of some youthful hoopsters that were able to gain valuable experience and put together some remarkable moments down the stretch run of the 2021-2022 campaign on the hardwood.

2021-22 All-SWC Teams Unveiled

The Southwest Conference (SWC) coaches were able to convene recently and collectively select the best of the best in the SWC that shined on the hardwood this season and be spotlighted as members of the All-SWC Hoops squads.

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Mike Trader’s Annual Mid-America Basketball Camp will conduct nine individual sessions this summer. The overnight and commuter camps for boys and girls will be held July 6-9th at Doane University in Crete and July 17-20th at Central Community College (Platte Campus) in Columbus. An overnight and commuter camp for boys only will be held at Hastings College on July 11-14th.

Swede Standouts Sign

GOTHENBURG FOOTBALL Standout Maddox Rickertsen(center) inked his intentions to attend and compete in Football at Concordia University during the upcoming 2022-2023 gridiron season. Joining Maddox for this joyous occasion were (front, from left) Luke Rickertsen, father; Maddox; and Julie Rickertsen, mother. (Back) Concordia Football Coach Grady Koch and Jax Rickertsen, brother.