Cody Williams continues his dominance in the indoor heptathlon after winning the event for Concordia University last weekend at the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) indoor track and fiel
Chris Bartels’ Longhorns ran into a hot-shooting Cozad team Tuesday night in the first round of subdistricts, falling 64-46.
The Longhorns’ final game of the regular season was at home last Friday against Sutherland.
While it was close at times, Chase County pulled it out, beating the Sailors 57-45.
Allison Owings scored 15 against a tenacious Ogallala team in the subdistrict championship game. (Johnson Publications photo)
Taylor Williams connects on a jump shot against her former teammates from Ogallala in the subdistrict finals. (Johnson Publications photo)
Two different emotions were on display after Chase County’s defeat of top-seeded Ogallala last Thursday night, which advanced the Lady Longhorns to the district finals on Friday. Chase County teammates (in black) embracing the Ogallala players were, from left, Taylor Williams, Sophie Spady and Mallie McNair. (Johnson Publications photo)
For the second time in three years, the Lady Longhorns are going to the district title basketball game.
Chase County’s Trevor Peterson has Louisville’s Brady Knott all stretched before putting him down on the mat in Peterson’s first consolation match. After a loss in the second round to the eventual state champion, he wrestled his way back to take third place at 170. (Johnson Publications photo)
Heartbreak rounds in district and state wrestling meets mean just that—win and your either guaranteed a trip to state or ensure yourself of earning a medal at state; lose and you’re done.