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Lesley Nordhausen | Courtesy Photo
Caelyn Long, in front, and Morgan Peterson, right, keep the pace on the Cambridge course, finishing fourth and eighth, respectively, and helping their team to the first place team finish.

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Karra Meeske | Courtesy Photo
Longhorn runners work to hold their positions in Cambridge, from left, Clay Meeske, Mason Wallin and Brandon Mintling. As a team, the Chase County boys were fourth.

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Jan Schultz | Johnson Publications
The junior high runners are getting good experience as they compete in separate divisions at five meets this season. Team members are, front from left, Haven Hauxwell, George Colton, Andrew Wiest, back from left, Noah Rau, Navy Smith, Paige Nickless and Gavin Wisnieski. Not pictured—Odessa Zadina.

Lady Longhorn runners capture another first

    Another good showing by the Lady Longhorn runners earned them a second team championship in as many outings when they won the Cambridge Invitational.

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Jan Schultz | Johnson Publications
Seniors on the Longhorn cross country teams include, from left, Clay Meeske, Brandon Mintling, Lindsey Mendenhall, Charles Barnes, Kambree Meeske, Mason Nordhausen and Cedric Maxwell. The team opens its season Thursday at the Dundy Co. Stratton Invitational.

Longhorn runners open cross country competition this week

    Coach Carl Zuege is looking forward to the high school cross country season with excitement this year.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications
No Bull Breeding Services finished just under the four minute time limit in the doctor one, pen one, mug one event. Team members are (left to right) Dusty Henry, Megan Vosburg, Rebecca Corfield, and Lana Stromberger.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications
Chundy Land and Cattle team members Sarah Kucera, Chase Nichols, Ryan Kucera and Russ Kucera were fourth in the double trailer event.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications

Kids ages eight to 13 chased down calves with bows on their tails during intermission of the Ranch Rodeo.

Renegade Ranch team takes top honors at Ranch Rodeo

    An early evening rain shower didn’t spoil the fun at the Ranch Rodeo Friday night.

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