Gymnastics West fares well in Colorado

Gymnastics West, the Gothenburgbased gymnastics club, continues its competition season at the Mardi Gras Xcel Xtravaganza on Feb. 29-March 1 in Colorado.

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LINCOLN — Gothenburg’s own Lake Helen is one of several Nebraska bodies of water set to receive catchablesize rainbow trout.

This is part of a rainbow trout stocking program administered by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Merrill will try two sports at Peru State

BRADY — Brady High School multi-sport athlete Shane Merrill made it official last Wednesday, signing an NAIA National Letter of Intent to play football and basketball for Peru State College.

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THE GOTHENBURG JUNIOR WRESTLING CLUB competed at its own tournament on Sunday, March 1, and most of the wrestlers earned a medal. Here’s the group for this week. First row (from left), Colter Sanger, Mathyis Studnicka, Kennelye Garza, Colton Canales, Maddux Malcom, Weston Effinger and Jonathan Scott. Second row, Abel Hood, David Hopkins, Kyler Coffman, Seth Wahlgren, Benjamin Mendez, Blaine Viter, Amos Warner, Tydus Soller, Cylas Soller, Blake Rubenthaler, Abigail Scott, Johnathan Wilcox and Gunner Lydic. Third row, Cinch Sanger, Jeremiah Shank, Connor Canales, Ty Kreis, Tyler Trumbley, Hayden Plentychief, Gerad Sabin, Lucas Therrien, Blake Finke, Brayden Hite, Reid Wahlgren, Alec Wagner and Kayvin Soller. Read the March 5 edition of the Gothenburg Times for complete results from the tournament.

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When Amanda Ristine was a fifth-grader, she told her mother Theresa Demoret she wanted to be a gymnastics coach during adulthood.

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When the Nebraska School Activities Association announced Paxton would play Axtell in the District D1-5 championship, Paxton activities director Scott Jorgensen knew where he turn to for help.

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INFORMATION UPCOMING SCHEDULE

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Gothenburg High School has perhaps the richest history in the sport of track and field in all of Nebraska — dating back to gold medalists Oscar Malm, Joe Betete and Red Layton more than 100 years ago. Swedes track and field performers will

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