IN THE SPOTLIHT OTHENBR NIOR HIH ACTIVITIES

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Gothenburg wrestling The Gothenburg Junior High School wrestling team began its short season with a home meet versus several area schools on Tuesday, Nov. 20. This was

Swedes open with Lexington

Gothenburg High School boys’ basketball coach Scott Carlin said he appreciates the Swedes will begin the 2019-20 season with some “home cooking,” so to speak. “Anytime you can begin your

GHS girls are gearing up

GOTHENBURG HIGH SCHOOL girls’ basketball player Ellarey Harm (left) defends against teammate Alexis Bliven during an intra-squad scrimmage from Monday evening in the south gymnasium. The scrimmage was conducted under

Brady, South Loup well-represented on all-MNAC team

Two South Loup and two Brady High School volleyball players were selected for the Mid-Nebraska Activities Conference’s first team. Elizabeth Sitorius-Johnson and Kate Axthelm were the Eagles to land on

Bulls’ Martin named 2nd-team all-FKC

ELWOOD — Three Hi-Line co-op volleyball players were recognized for their strong seasons as the Fort Kearny Conference released its all-conference team. Bulls’ outside hitter Hadley Martin was tabbed for

Nebraska-Iowa, is it a rivalry?

Rivalry. The word, defined, means “competition for the same objective or for superiority in the same field.” But, can you call Nebraska versus Iowa a rivalry in football? Or not?

GOTHENBURG HIGH SCHOOL head volleyball coach Bryson Mahlberg motions to Swedes players during a timeout at the Holdrege Triangular back in October. Mahlberg was recently honored by the American Volleyball Coaches Association as one of its Thirty Under 30

Gothenburg High School head volleyball coach Bryson Mahlberg was recently recognized with a national honor. Mahlberg on Nov. 11 was selected as one of the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Thirty

Winter season begins

GOTHENBURG HIGH SCHOOL co-head wrestling coach Tim Negley discusses the importance of a good stance during practice on Monday at the high school. Also pictured are Jacob Olson (left) and

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