Matt and Tanna Hanna teamed up with Kirk and Mary Wilson to win the seventh annual Amanda (Poppe) Johnson 4-Person Scramble held Saturday, Aug. 1 at the Enders Lake Golf Course.
This year’s Imperial 1 pee wee team included, front from left, Parker Terryberry, Camron Lempke, Tristan Jablonski, George Colton, Kaden Vogt, back from left, Coach Jeff Lempke, Luis Co, Westin Mendenhall, Carson Terryberry, Tucker Mollendor, Harrison Foote, Austin Smith, Gavin Wisnieski, Thomas Reeves and Coach Ryan Wisnieski. Not pictured—Carter Kuenning.
The Imperial 1 pee wee team finished off their season with two more wins in July against Ogallala 3 and a make-up game against Grant.
The Imperial 2 pee wee team consisted of, front from left, Tyce Hammerlun, Zak Anderson, Miles Hanes, Taylor Maddux, Brextin Moreno, Tate Teply, Braxton Chubb, back from left, Coach Dave Oxford, Noah Rau, Coach Eric McDaniel, Conner Stromberger, Destry Oxford, Lleyton McDaniel, Evan O’Neil, Riley Fowler, Lukas Fries, James Bomba, Coach Josh Moreno and Coach Kelly Hammerlun
The Imperial 2 pee wee team finished its season with a home game against Ogallala 2 on July 22.
In a high-scoring game, Ogallala 2 took the 17-11 win.
It was a nail-biter, but Imperial’s seniors held onto a 3-2 lead late in the game to win their first round in the Mid-Nebraska League’s west division tournament.
Although they didn’t get to play the game, the CCS players picked for the West Nebraska All-Star Football Game practiced and had a good experience with their own coach from home as an assistant. The CCS group included, from left, Bennett Bauerle, Kobe Clevenger, CCS Coach Dan Lenners, Trevor Peterson and Blaine Dorn.
The girls were able to play, the boys weren’t.