Both Longhorn cross country teams took first at the Dundy County Stratton meet last week. Team members included, front from left, Brooklyn Christensen, Caelyn Long, manager Westyn Mendenhall, Macy Coleman, Brooke Schilke, Kambree Meeske, Lindsey Mendenhall, Maddie Brown, back, Trevin Martin, Kalen Wallin, Landis Beverly, Logan Mendenhall, Mason Nordhausen, Riley Owens, Hannah Meeske and Matalie Wallin. (Johnson Publications photo)

Above, Kambree Meeske and Lindsey Mendenhall make their way around the course. Below, Mason Nordhausen finishes ahead of a Cambridge runner. (Johnson Publications photos)

Boys, girls cross country teams win DCS titles

    “It was a good day for us.”
    That’s how cross country Coach Carl Zuege summed up the Longhorns’ performances at the Dundy County Stratton meet.

Emma DeGrasse approaches third base en route to home after a double from Sadie Peterson, who reaches base in the background. That scored the varsity’s only run last week in a 10-1 loss to Cozad. (Johnson Publications photo)

Courtney Odens brings in one of a couple great catches against Cozad last week in center field. (Johnson Publications photo)

Cozad in town for varsity, JV softball games Sept. 18

    Chase County hosted Cozad Sept. 18 for varsity and JV softball games, one of just five home appearances the Lady Longhorns have in the short six-week season.

Longhorn quarterback Scott Wheeler assesses whether to pitch the ball on an option in early action Friday. Wheeler pitched the ball to Evan Fisher who got around the corner for a 33-yard gain. (Johnson Pubilcations photo)

Receiver Braden Space carries four Alliance tacklers for an extra 10 yards before going down. Space also caught a pass from Dillan Parker on  a fake punt for 21 yards and a first down. (Johnson Publications photo)

Alliance Bulldogs too much for Longhorns

    Take away some key penalties and miscues and Friday’s football game with the Alliance Bulldogs might have gone a different way.

Members of the Imperial Country Club team that retained possession of the Chase County Cup included, front from left, Captain Bob Thomas, Russ Pankonin, Aaron Cyboron, Jim Pirog, Dan Russell, Eric Exum, back, Kirk Wilson, Tom Luhrs, Eric McDaniel, Dirk Haarberg, Jason Burke, Derek Russell and John Paisley. (Johnson Publications photo)

Members of the Enders Lake Golf Course team playing in the Chase County Cup match included, front from left, Matt Teply, Matt Jablonski, Jesse West, Lou Vissar, Joel Burke, Jess Vapenik, back from left, Joe Humphrey, Harold Nordhausen, Doug Carman, Matt Borchers, captain representative Rogan Einsphar, Trent Harshbarger and Matt Klima. Not pictured­—Captain Lee Denker. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial wins Chase County Cup by widest margin ever

    Team members from the Imperial Country Club claimed their third consecutive win in the 17th playing of the Chase County Cup in Imperial Saturday.


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