Legs are flying everywhere as Longhorn wrestler Travis Rowley maneuvers for the take down on Dundy County Stratton’s Delton Haines. After losing to Haines in the third round, Rowley came back to defeat him in the third place match. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns take second at own meet

    Going into Saturday’s home meet for the Longhorn wrestlers, coach Matt Vlasin didn’t know what to expect.

Early in the game, Mallie McNair scores two of the 17 points she tallied against Perkins County. (Johnson Publications photo)

Last Thursday’s Pink Out game with Perkins County allowed a lot of younger players in the game. Here, point guard Kora Weiss brings up the ball as Alexis Richmond, right, is there to assist. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lady Longhorns dominate in trio of wins

    As the Lady Longhorns traveled to Kimball Tuesday for their first round SPVA tournament game, they were probably still smiling after tallying three big wins last week.

Logan Mendenhall holds the advantage over Bridgeport’s Trevor Widener in first period action at 138. (Johnson Publications photo)

Travis Rowley took control early in this match against Wray’s Ike Fisher. Rowley finished the match off with a pin at the 1:22 mark. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS wrestling meets here Friday, Saturday

Matt Vlasin’s Chase County wrestlers won’t have to hit the road this weekend. Instead, they will play host Saturday to 14 teams coming to Imperial for the annual CCS invite.

Hannah Meeske is one of the first subs into Chase County’s varsity games this season. Here, she brings up the ball in last week’s home contest against Dundy Co. Stratton. (Johnson Publications photo)

Sophie Spady takes aim from three-point range for one of the treys she attempted against Dundy Co. Stratton last week. Spady hit one in that game and also connected on two more against Kimball Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Chase County girls split games, beating Kimball, losing to DCS

Despite a near 20-point loss to undefeated Dundy Co. Stratton last Thursday, the Lady Longhorns came back strong two days later, getting a win over a good Kimball squad.

Scott Wheeler eyes the ball from his defensive stance. Moments later Wheeler scored on a breakaway layup. (Johnson Publications photo)

Junior Kobe Clevenger looks for an open man against Kimball on Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Chase County boys now 7-2 on season

The Longhorns had two big wins last week against Dundy Co. Stratton (DCS) and Kimball.
With three more big games this week, CCS Head Coach Chris Bartels was happy to get those wins.


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