Sports

 BOYS TOWN, NEB. -- Five out of 11 Harlan Community wrestlers placed in the top five at the 47th annual Boys Town Invitational Friday and Saturday, leading the Cyclones to eighth place out of 15 teams. Blair won the tournament with 195.5 points, followed by Schuyler with 169.5 and Wahoo with 154....
 Exira-EHK senior Kealey Nelson (left) drives to the basket as Ar-We-Va’s Jadeyn Smith defends and Emilee Danner looks on. Nelson led the Spartans with 18 points, 10 rebounds and five assists as the team won 78-44 and improved to 3-0. (Photo by Kim Wegener)
 ELK HORN (Dec. 8) -- The Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton girls outscored Ar-We-Va 49-13 during the middle two quarters Friday night, improving to 3-0 on the young season with a 78-44 win over the Rockets. The sixth-ranked (1A) Spartans led 21-20 after one period before taking over the game with their...
 Exira-EHK senior Cole Madsen (right) guards Ar-We-Va’s Wyatt Neumann during Friday’s RVC game in Elk Horn. The Rockets prevailed, 63-60.
 ELK HORN (Dec. 8) -- Ar-We-Va’s Drew Schurke and Keegan Simmons combined to score 40 points Friday night as the Rocket boys outlasted Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton 63-60 in Rolling Valley Conference action. Both teams entered the game with 1-1 records. Exira-EHK trailed 21-13 after one quarter before...
HCHS senior and Midland University swimming signee Abby Bruck is seated next to her parents, Matt and Michelle Bruck, Harlan. Standing behind Abby are Lewis Central coach Bruce Schomberg (left) and Midland coach Ryan Bubb.
 HARLAN -- Harlan Community senior Abby Bruck signed a national letter of intent on November 29 to join the women’s swimming team at Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska. Bruck was a member of the Lewis Central swimming team for the past four years and competed at the state meet three times....
 SHENANDOAH (Dec. 4) -- The Harlan Community girls and boys bowling teams both fell short of a victory in last Monday’s season opener at Shenandoah. The Cyclone girls lost by 66 total pins (1806 to 1740) while the boys lost by 238 pins (2590 to 2352). The Shenandoah girls, paced by two-game totals...
 Cyclone senior Deren Schmitz defends Blair’s Evan Slominski (20), along with teammates Klaassen (11) and Brett Sears. (Photos by Kim Wegener)
 HARLAN (Dec. 5) -- Senior Jared Moser scored off a sideline inbounds play with less than two seconds to go Tuesday night, lifting the Harlan Community boys basketball team to a 72-70 win over Blair, Nebraska. One year after beating the Bears in overtime at their place, HCHS squandered a 10-point...
 COUNCIL BLUFFS (Dec. 5) -- The Harlan Community wrestlers opened the dual season with a 1-1 split on Tuesday, routing St. Albert 63-6 before losing a 43-29 decision vs. Glenwood. The Rams finished their double dual sweep with a 78-6 win over the host Falcons. The Cyclones actually won six out of...
 IKM-Manning senior Jared Johnson (left) dribbles around an attempted mid-court trap by Logan-Magnolia’s Kolby Morrison (23) and Reece Bradshaw (21) during Tuesday’s WIC basketball game. Johnson led the Wolves to victory with 23 points.
 LOGAN (Dec. 5) -- Turning a nine-point first-half deficit into a 10-point second-half lead, the IKM-Manning boys showed composure down the stretch Tuesday night to hold off Logan-Magnolia on the road, 57-51. IKM-M seniors Jared Johnson and Austin Ahrenholtz combined to hit 8-of-10 free throws in...
 IKM-Manning senior Kia Rasmussen (right) dives for a loose ball as Logan-Magnolia’s Alexis Fender gains possession during Tuesday’s WIC matchup.
 LOGAN (Dec. 5) -- The IKM-Manning girls quickly cut a 13-point deficit down to three during Tuesday’s second half at Logan-Magnolia, but couldn’t get over the hump in a 58-48 loss to the 4th-ranked team in Class 2A. It was the second setback to a top-eight team in four days for the No. 10 Wolves,...
 AHSTW junior Kate Wise looks at the basket as she is defended by two Tri-Center players Tuesday night. Wise grabbed seven rebounds and blocked four shots in the win.
 NEOLA (Dec. 5) -- The AHSTW girls basketball team picked up its first win of the year Tuesday night, outscoring Tri-Center in all four quarters to prevail 58-41 and improve to 1-2 in the Western Iowa Conference (1-3 overall). Kinsey Scheffler and Sidney Nelsen paced the Lady Vikes’ balanced...

Pages

 
 

 

Comment Here