Jonathan Beverly volunteers to instruct and guide young athletes in grades 7-12 to integrate running into their lives to improve conditioning and build endurance for whatever sport they are involved in. (Johnson Publications file photo)

Jonathan Beverly supervises CCS students in summer running program

    Jonathan Beverly, local runner, journalist, photographer, writer and cross-country running coach for Chase County Schools, volunteers his time and expertise for a summer running program.

Husker assistant football coaches Ryan Held, left, and Frank Verducci talked to Husker fans Tuesday during a stop in Imperial as part of the 26-town Husker Nation Tour by coaches around the state. (Johnson Publications photo)

Cooper Dillan, left, and Malachi Christensen, behind, watch as assistant coach Frank Verducci autographs posters for the boys. (Johnson Publications photo)

Fans turn out for Husker Nation coaches tour

    Husker fans throughout Chase County turned out Tuesday morning to hear Husker football coaches speak during their Husker Nation Tour around Nebraska.

Pitcher Trevor Peterson turns over the arm to put some spin on the pitch during junior action here Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

The look on Dominic Sis’ face is about to change from the sting of being hit by a pitch during Saturday’s junior Legion game against Cozad. (Johnson Publications photo)

Shortstop Mason Nordhausen looks toward the umpire to see if he got the tag on this cozad runner.  The tag was in time for the out. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial Juniors win over Cozad, drop one to McCook

Six runs in the second inning led Imperial Longhorns Juniors past Cozad Reds Varsity, 10-2, on Saturday.


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