Once an Eagle, always an Eagle

CHADRON BOUND: Brady High School quarterback T.J. Roe is surrounded by his family while he signs on the line to continue playing football for Chadron State College. Roe is joined by his father, Todd, brother Tyler Roe, stepmother Lisa Roe and grandparents Susan and Bill Roe.

Simmons is thinkin’ Lincoln, Wesleyan that is

HEADED TO PRAIRIE WOLF COUNTRY: Lucas Simmons, a two-way football player for Brady High School, is shown with his aunt and uncle, Tammy and Sam Taullie, during a special signing ceremony last Thursday at the school. Simmons signed an NAIA National Letter of Intent to play for Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln.

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at the CHI Health Center in Omaha. Peterson garnered a pair of wrestle-back matches on Friday to help him reach the podium.

Larson, Schutz take next step

OMAHA — Brady High School’s Jeremy Larson and Connor Schutz of the Hi-Line co-op reached the pinnacle on Saturday afternoon at the Nebraska School Activities Association state meet.

Swedes end gallant season with defeat

NORTH PLATTE — Gothenburg High School head girls’ basketball coach Brent Streeter lamented one aspect of last Thursday’s 47-32 playoff elimination loss to Chase County.

PHOTO BY ERIC VICCARO HI-LINE WRESTLER Timmy Smith works over his opponent from Gordon-Rushville en route to a victory in the consolation semifinals on Saturday at the District C-4 Tournament in Hershey.

Across the region, seven wrestlers have punched their tickets to this week’s Nebraska School Activities Association state meet set for CHI Health Center in Omaha.

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