UNK’s Anderson ranks 8th

KEARNEY — Former Gothenburg High School track-and-field standout Hannah Anderson already finds herself in select company at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Gothenburg selected as district track-and-fi eld site

Gothenburg High School assistant principal/activities director Marc Mroczek submitted an application to the Nebraska School Activities Association for the purpose of serving as host for a district track and field meet.

Ogallala belts Gothenburg

The Ogallala High School boys’ basketball team showed exactly why its the cream of the crop in the Southwest Conference last Friday.

Gothenburg youth wrestlers of week

THE GOTHENBURG JUNIOR WRESTLING CLUB took grapplers to meets in Sidney and Broken Bow the weekend of Feb. 14-16. Here are the wrestlers of the week (from left), Lucas Therrien, Logan Goodwin, Abigail Scott, Blake Finke and Jonathan Scott. Finke won his weight class at Broken Bow. Therrien and Abigail Scott placed second and Jonathan Scott third in their respective weight classes at Sidney. Goodwin claimed a couple of victories. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

HC’s Miller 5th at GPAC

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Hastings College wrestler Jayden Miller earned a fifth-place finish at the Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament at Morningside College last weekend.

Gothenburg 4th-grade girls win at Cambridge

A GROUP OF GOTHENBURG FOURTH-GRADE girls competed at the Cambridge Tournament on Saturday. The Swedes defeated Medicine Valley (Curtis), host Cambridge and Norton, Kan. Here’s the group, Mackenzie Whinney, Briony Aden, Adalyn Carlson, Addisyn Jesseph, Bodey Tederman, Kinley Foster and Lauren Mroczek. Please send your championship-winning shots to the Times via email: sports@ gothenburgtimes.com. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

South Loup advances to district final

The South Loup co-op girls’ basketball team stands on a threshold of a possible trip to the Nebraska School Activities Association state tournament.

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