Sports

Imperial’s juniors gather on the mound with Coach Bruce Peterson Sunday in their game against DCB. (Courtesy photo by Julie Gockley)

Relief pitcher Bennett Bauerle came in to face several batters in Monday’s game against Pender. Emmitt Zuege stands ready at third base. (Courtesy photo by Julie Gockley)

Pitcher Austin Laird got the win for Imperial in the juniors’ opener against Creighton on Saturday. (Courtesy photo by Julie Gockley)

Dominic Sis had a key double in the opener against Creighton, scoring two runs in a big fourth inning for Imperial. (Courtesy photo by Julie Gockley)

Coach: Juniors’ state berth good for Imperial baseball

    There were a lot of broken hearts on the baseball field in Battle Creek Monday as Imperial’s Junior Legion team saw their season end.

Imperial’s Pee Wee 1 team collected runner-up honors in the end-of-season league baseball tournament played in Imperial. Members of the team included, front from left, Michael Duvel, Mason Wallin, Sean Heermann, Malachi Christensen, Jason Nelson, Cooper Dillan, back from left, Asst. Coach Mark Christensen, Tyler O’Neil, Colin O’Neil, Jensen Olsen, Carter Leibbrandt, Easton Fries and Coach Ryan Baker. (Johnson Publications photo)

 

Mason Wallin got this tag down in the first inning of the championship game, tagging out the Ogallala 1 runner at the plate. (Johnson Publications photo)

Carter Leibbrandt pitched for Imperial 1 in the title game Saturday night against Ogallala 1. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial 1 takes runner-up honors in Pee Wee tourney

    Imperial 1 headed into the Tri-County League Pee Wee tournament last week as the No.

During the dinner at the Eagles as part of the tournament activities, Andy and Karla Bauman express their thanks to all who have helped make the tournament in memory of their son, Logan, such a success in its 10 year existence. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial, Enders courses host Logan Bauman memorial golf tournament

For the second time in its 10-year history, the Logan Bauman Memorial Golf Tournament was hosted by the Imperial and Enders golf courses on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1.

Yeraldin Almanza’s cheer team practices one the routines on the football field at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Almanza is standing on the bottom far right. (Courtesy photo)

CCS student, Yeraldin Almanza, attended the Cheer Hawaii camp at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in June. She is shown wearing a Hawaiian lei she received as she arrived in Hawaii. (Courtesy photo)

CCS cheerleader attends Cheer Hawaii

    Yeraldin Almanza, a cheerleader at Chase County Schools (CCS), was nominated last fall to attend the Cheer Hawaii program this summer at the University of Hawaii at Manoa from June 21-28, said

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