Monday marked the start of high school fall sports practices. Two of the Lady Longhorn teams were out in force in the gym and on the field.
Monday marked the first day Nebraska schools could officially begin falls sports practice.
Fundamentals were the focus at a pair of camps at Chase County Schools last week, when wrestlers in grades 2-6 and volleyball players in grades 5-8 gathered on separate days in the school’s auxilia
In less than three weeks, Chase County softball players will be on the road for their first games.
The 2018 coed softball league tournament champions, Division III, included, front from left, Morgan Gockley, Sarah Allen, Andrea Page, Kadyn Milner, Katelyn Wheeler, Shelby Bigham, back from left, Kale Gockley, Brian Bell, Adam Dickey, Nolan Spady and Travis Wheeler. Not pictured—Jeff Dickey, Taylin McNair and Hunter Spady. (Johnson Publications photo)
Members of the runner-up coed tournament team, Sons of Pitches, were, front from left, Tyler Riener, Amberette Riener, Tara Doughtry, Larissa Gerhartz, Katie Flaig, Jacque Stroup, back from left, Jess Vapenik, Luke Schmidt, Shane Gerhartz, Jeremy Mathews and Josiah Stroup. Not pictured—Daniel Morales and Lana Stromberger. (Johnson Publications photo)
The No. 4 seeded team came through the loser’s bracket and twice defeated a team without a tournament loss to end this year’s coed softball league season.