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A big second quarter by the Loomis Wolves secured the game on Thursday, Oct. 15 when the Brady Eagles entered into the Wolf Den of Loomis for their away game. After a close first quarter when Loomis led only 16- 14, the Wolves turned it on against the Eagles to score 24 uncontentested points in the second quarter. The Eagles offense was shut down throughout the second and third quarters but they were able to get the engine running once again in the fourth where they put up 14 points. Consistent scoring in the second half by Loomis put a comeback out of reach for Brady and the Wolves won the contest 54-28.

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Gothenburg Cross Country battled the elements as they fought to continue their season at the District Meet in Ogallala on Thursday, Oct. 16. As runners crossed the finish line, gasping for the thin cold air, it was obvious that the conditions were less than ideal for the exhausted athletes. This did not stop both teams from giving it their all however, as the Lady Swedes gave some solid performances and the boys team secured themselves a third place finish as a team to punch their ticket to the State Meet.

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It was a week of celebration leading up to the homecoming football game against the Sidney Red Raiders on Friday, Oct. 9 where the Swedes took care of business and had some fun doing it.

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Gothenburg played Broken Bow last Tuesday night with the Swedes winning the contest 20-6 for their fifth win of the season for the Swedes. The game was shortened to two quarters due to lack of numbers participating from Broken Bow.

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Some would call it a tough season, others a rebuilding year, but Gothenburg Softball took on the season with hopes of growing as a team and building for the future.

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Gothenburg was all business when they traveled to Lexington for a triangular on Thursday, Oct. 8. The JV kicked off the offensive onslaught as they defeated McCook, 22-25, 25-23, 15- 11, and moved on to sweep Lexington in sets of 25-18 and 25-20.

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Gothenburg hosted a triangular on Tuesday, Oct. 6 against Ogallala and Valentine. The Swedes went 1-1 on the day after a tough battle against Ogallala and a sweep of Valentine.

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“Gothenburg boys cross country has not won a conference meet since Ronald Reagan’s been president,” said senior stud Will Anderson who took first place at the South West Conference meet at Wild Horse on Thursday, Oct. 8.

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