Sports

Taylor Williams uses her jumping ability to get over the top of these Bridgeport defenders to pass off the ball in Saturday’s consolation game. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lady Longhorn seniors Allison Owings and Taylor Williams accept their team’s third place plaque from Chase Co. A.D. Troy Hauxwell as the team gathers around. (Johnson Publications photo)

Girls capture consolation plaque in SPVA tourney

    While a third place finish was two places above their seeding, the Lady Longhorns and coaches have to wonder if they might have done better.

Junior Taylor Jablonski looks for an open man against North Platte St. Pat’s last week at the SPVA tournament. (Johnson Publications photo)

Senior Scott Wheeler fights for the ball against Hershey last week at the SPVA tournament. (Johnson Publications photo)

Boys place third in SPVA basketball tourney

    The Longhorn boys’ varsity team now sit 11-3 on the season after a loss and a win in the SPVA tournament last week.
    Chase County went into the tournament as the No. 1 seed.

Junior Bennett Bauerle looks for an opening against Perkins County last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

Junior Kobe Clevenger goes for a layup against Perkins County last Thursday on the Longhorn court. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns seeded first in SPVA tourney

    The Chase County Longhorns just finished a long week of games leading up to this week’s SPVA Conference tournament, in which they are top-seeded.

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