Chase County fans endured the weather to help cheer on the Longhorns at the state track meet in Omaha last week. The Lady Longhorns came home with a runner-up team trophy.
With more games on the schedule this summer, coaches for Imperial’s junior and senior Legion baseball teams are happy with the depth of their pitching staff.
Due to the rain Tuesday, the Nebraska Schools Activities Association cancelled the first day of the Class C golf tournament in Kearney.
Chase County Schools graduate Josie Peterson is competing this week at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) outdoor track and field national championships.
Chase County’s 3200m relay team relishes their gold medal finish in the first event of the state track meet Friday morning, from left, Kora Weiss, Lucy Spady, Madison Brown and Malli McNair. (Johnson Publications photo)
The Lady Longhorn 1600m relay team clinched the runner-up team title for Chase County when it took gold in the state meet’s final event. Team members pose on the awards stand Saturday, clockwise from bottom left, Taylor Williams, Adelaide Maxwell, Mallie McNair and Jordan Jablonski. (Johnson Publications photo)
Freshman Lucy Spady went home with three medals, two of them in the open 3200 and 1600, finishing sixth and eighth, respectively. (Johnson Publications photo)
Mallie McNair is cheered on by teammates Caelyn Long, far right, and Lucy Spady in the 800. McNair took the silver and also improved on the CCS school record she holds in the event. (Johnson Publications photo)
Chloe Dillan hands off to sister Kamrie in the 400m relay, en route to a bronze medal finish with teammates Taylor Williams and Adelaide Maxwell who ran the first two legs. (Johnson Publications photo)
None of the statewide sportswriters had Chase County’s girls finishing in the top five at the Class C state track meet.