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MANDI SEDLAK (RIGHT) of Johnson Lake tees off during her round at Wild Horse Golf Club. Watching Sedlak are (from left) Stan Poff, Jim Sedlak, Mandi’s husband, and Mark Bartels. Poff and Bartels are Kearney residents who traveled to Gothenburg to play. Wild Horse general manager Don Graham reported more than 40 golfers were out on the course by noon on Saturday, March 7, which served as opening day. The first event of the season will take place on Saturday, April 4, with the “Spring One-Person Scramble.”

Roe, Simmons sign with state schools

BRADY — Two Brady High School football players on Thursday, Feb. 20 announced their intentions to further their careers on the collegiate level.

T.J. Roe, who played quarterback and safety for the Eagles, has opted to play at Chadron State College.

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NORTH PLATTE — The Brady High School boys’ basketball team saw its season come to an end with a 56-38 loss to Wallace on Tuesday, Feb. 25 in a Class D2, Subdistrict 10 semifinal at McDaid Elementary School.

Gothenburg 6th-grade boys earn another title

THE GOTHENBURG SIXTH-GRADE BOYS’ BASKETBALL travel team earned another tournament championship — this time on Sunday, Feb. 23 at the Mr. Basketball Blowout in Kearney. Gothenburg defeated the Kearney Roadrunners, Lincoln Bulls and a team from Boone Central. Here’s the group.



Gothenburg Junior Wrestling Tournament

Sunday, March 1 Results

Gothenburg Wrestlers

How They Fared

Pre-K-Kindergarten 33-37 (pounds): Cylas Soller, third place

Gothenburg native Streeter receives call for NSWCA HoF

OMAHA — Former Gothenburg High School wrestler Carl Streeter is set for induction as part of the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame Class of 2020.

Streeter will be inducted as one of two officials to be enshrined — along with Greg Senkbile of Central City.