Sickness left several open weight classes for Gothenburg in a tough week. The Swedes fell in all five duals in their home tournament, and also dropped both ends of a home triangular Thursday to Valentine and Broken Bow.

The Gothenburg girls basketball team fell in a pair of games last week.

The Swedes dropped a nail biter at rival Cozad on Thursday, falling 47-43, then lost at home on Friday to Chase County, 62-32.

South Loup’s downtown game spelled doom for Brady on Saturday.

The homestanding Bobcats knocked down 10 3-pointers in the first half en route to a 74-50 win over the Eagles. They led 55-31 at halftime.

The basket wasn’t fit for Gothenburg’s hoop on Friday.

The Swedes missed a plethora of close range shots, hitting just 29 percent of their field goals on the night, as they fell 60-49 to visiting Chase County.

The Gothenburg JV wrestling team had a strong showing at the Perkins County Invitational.

The Swedes had two first places finishes, three second place finishes and one third place finish in the event.

After a pair of tough matches at home on Thursday, Brady had a better showing on the road on Friday. Jeremy Larson and Kaden Dady each finished third to lead the Eagles at the SEM Invitational held Friday. Larson went 3-1 in the 120 weight class.

It was a tough week for the Brady girls basketball team with a pair of road game defeats.

The Lady Eagles fell 57-37 on Tuesday at Overton then dropped a 55-20 game against South Loup in Arnold.

Gothenburg didn’t hold a lead long Saturday against Centura, but the home team did have the advantage when it counted. Aftergiving up the lead midway through the first quarter, the

A pair of Brady wrestlers came out on top at the Dundy County-Stratton Invitational held Friday. JeremyLarsonwoninthe120weight class and Triston Stearns was victorious in the 160 weight class to lead

A stellar second half defense sparked Gothenburg to a win on Saturday. The Swedes limited visiting Centura to three second half field goals as they turned a 16-all halftime tie

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