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KEARNEY — Gothenburg High School football player Trenton Harbur didn’t buy into the hype. All week, especially on Twitter, high school football fans and pundits predicted the South would beat

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DUNNING — Two Brady High School girls’ basketball players capped their scholastic careers by competing in the Mid-Nebraska Activities Conference all-star game last Friday. Macey Widick tallied a game-high seven

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Gold medal-winning wrestler David Taylor knew of Gothenburg head wrestling coach Tom Scott through former Penn State University teammate and McCook native Nate Morgan. Three years ago, Scott and Taylor

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The Gothenburg Y summer swim team began the Plains Tsunami League season this past Saturday with a meet at Cozad. Meets will typically begin in the morning, and last three

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COLUMBUS — Gothenburg High School boys’ golfer Jake Scherer competed at the Nebraska School Activities Association Class B state tournament for the first-time ever Wednesday. “I really loved playing at

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The Gothenburg Outdoor Pool, administered by the Gothenburg Y, will open officially for the summer today. The pool will be open from noon to 8 p.m. Here’s the complete daily

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The Gothenburg Melons Seniors and Juniors baseball teams both rallied for victory over Cozad during Friday evening’s games at American Legion Post No. 64 Field. Games were moved from Cozad

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The Southwest Conference Cup was the brainchild of Gothenburg Public Schools superintendent Dr. Michael Teahon and then activities director Seth Ryker in 2010. The concept was well-received throughout the SWC,

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Gothenburg Health will provide sports/camp physicals from 3:30 to 6 p.m. on Thursday at the Gothenburg Medical Clinic for Gothenburg Public Schools student-athletes. These physicals are offered for free. Please

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OMAHA — Gothenburg High School pole vaulter Tyce Hruza and Chase Berry from Seward have competed against each other since junior high school. Hruza and Barry put on another dazzling

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