Anderson Makes Swede History

It was a race to win it all on Friday, Oct. 23 as the Gothenburg boys cross country team competed at the State Meet. As packs of some of the most talented runners in the state gathered on the course at the Kearney Country Club, Gothenburg was represented by the squad of Will Anderson, Parker Graves, Ethan Olsen, Gage Andersen, Abel Flores and Jackson Nelson.

Swede Volleyball Running Post Season Play

It was a long night of volleyball for the Swedes as they faced off against Ainsworth on the road on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Gothenburg showed some exceptional resilience after dropping the first two sets 25-23 and 25-13. Instead of lying down and conceding defeat, the Swedes flipped the script to win the next two sets 25-23 and 25-18 to force an overtime match to 15. Unfortunately for the Swedes, the comeback victory fell just out of reach as Amherst stole the last set 15-10.

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DIGGING FOR GOLD: Senior Jaiden Davis recorded her 1000 career dig on Tuesday, Oct. 13 against Lexington. Davis has been a strong leader and consistent player as Libero for the Swedes throughout the years. (Contributed photo)

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Ava McGown happily poses with her 4th place medal at the District meet last week. She will run at Kearney on Friday representing Brady High School.

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It has been a long time coming for Ava McGown as she has ran her way to multiple top 10 finishes throughout the season and has beared the weight of responsibility as the sole runner for Brady Girls Cross Country.

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The Brady 7th and 8th grade teams competed in a tournament on Monday evening and emerged the champions. They won two sets against Loomis and then two sets against Arapahoe. Team members include: (l-r) front: Mataya Smith, Lilly Wee, Keaton Fattig, Preslee Bartels, Lydia McGown, Liberty Schultz-Pierce and Eva Sabin; back: Syann McConville, Ella Lydic, Olivia Viter, Taryn Stearns, Peyton Steinke, Jocelyn Franzen, Kennedi Cook, Abby Robison, Hallie Johnson and Kelsei Motsinger.

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