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Kade Anderson keeps the pace on the Ogallala course that will also be the site for districts in two weeks. (Courtesy photo)

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Kambree Meeske, who was Chase County’s third runner across the finish at Ogallala last week, has been moving up in her placings in recent meets. (Courtesy photo)

Coach likes pre-district look at Ogallala course

    Even though the Chase County runners came home without any medals last Thursday, Coach Carl Zuege said the Ogallala Cross Country Invitational provided valuable experience.

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Mikael Kuhlman put the heat on Holdrege quarterback Jackson Hinrichs. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Trevor Peterson (63) leads a pack of Longhorn tacklers on this play, Peterson finished with 16 tackles. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Senior receiver Dylan Dreiling pulled in this fourth-quarter pass from Bennett Bauerle to score the go-ahead touchdown for the Longhorns Friday. Dreiling finished with two catches for 41 yards including this 27-yard scoring strike. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns buck wind in 14-7 gridiron victory

    When the Holdrege “Dusters” came to town Friday to play football, it’s only fitting the wind played a big factor in the Longhorns’ 14-7 win.

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