When one thinks of summer break for students and athletes, relaxing, no schedules and just taking life easy comes to mind.
SWEDES COMPETE AT MINDEN QUAD: The Gothenburg Junior High Wrestling team traveled to Minden to wrestle Cozad, Holdrege, McCook and host Minden. The team finished with 17 wins and 16 losses. Wrestlers going undefeated on the evening were Carsen Farr, Rye Tiller, Preston Nichols, Yahriel Gaeta, and Ranan Rubalcava. Pin leaders were Tiller, Nichols, and Rubalacava with two apiece. Takedown leaders were Carsen Farr with four and Ranan Rubalcava, five. Wrestlers of the meet were Rye Tiller and Ranan Rubalcava.
The dust has been blown off the court in Gothenburg as basketball season rapidly approaches. Basketball is one of the most momentum driven sports out there and games can swing back and forth as if on a pendulum, however there are certain factors that can be controlled for. A glimpse into Gothenburg Basketball reveals some of those factors.
As winter sports seasons are rapidly beginning for both Jr. High and High School, Gothenburg Public Schools wanted to ensure that everyone is aware of the statewide directed health measures (DHM’s) and restrictions that will affect attendance at both home and away games. Only immediate family members living in the same household of the student-athlete will be allowed to attend games at home and at away competitions. These family members will be on a pass list for entrance and maska will be required to be worn at all times while inside school facilities. No other students or adults will be allowed to attend. There will also be no concessions available and no outside food or drink is permitted. The goal of these guidelines is to keep students safe and to be able to continue to participate in activity seasons. The DHM restrictions are fluid and can change at any time.