Chase County’s junior high boys’ team won two of three games at Dundy Co. Stratton last Thursday. And, in the only loss of the day, the Shorthorn C team lost by just a point.
Cody Williams goes up over the St. Pat’s defense to get two of his four baskets from the paint in the fourth quarter. He added four free throws in the period as well, finishing with 25 points. (Johnson Publications photo)
Chase County’s boys got a much-needed win on their home floor Friday, closing out a persistent North Platte St. Pat’s team 61-52.
Eli Hinojosa is just a junior at CCS. In his first match of the Southwest Tournament, Hinojosa (left), whose record stands at 41-3 this year, pinned Josh Mason of Garden County to claim victory number 100. Fans in the background can be seen holding up cards with the number 100 on them. (Johnson PublicationS photo)
In the semi-final match in the 160 pound division, Bryson Fisher got Justus Monette (23-5) of Mullen in a double chicken wing, but ran out of time before he could lock down the pin. Fisher won a major decision victory in the match to advance to the finals. (Johnson Publications photo)
Four free throws in the final quarter helped Chase County hold onto a six-point win over Bridgeport Friday night. Here, Taylin McNair is at the line with half a minute left in the game with her team up by five. She hit the front end of a one-and-one for the final point of the game, as Chase County took the 50-44 win. (Johnson Publications photo)
Another shot at North Platte St. Pat’s arrives on Friday for the Lady Longhorn basketball team. The two teams met in the finals of the SPVA Conference Tournament Jan. 21 when St.