Not done yet

Not done yet

Harvard defeats Cody-Kilgore to earn a spot in the state finals game (First published in the Clay County News, Nov. 8, 2017)  The Harvard Cardinals avenged a 2016 semi-final loss to the Cody-Kilgore Cowboy’s Friday by a 25-point margin, a check off the season goals’ list. “Enjoy this win, until we get home, we aren’t done … Continue reading Not done yet

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5 Lady Cards score at state track

The Harvard girls competed in 4 events at state meet, earning 2 medals (First published in the Clay County News, May 23, 2018) Five members of the Harvard Cardinals’ girls’ team competed at the state track meet hosted at Omaha Burke Stadium Friday and Saturday. The team accounted for two medals at the meet for a … Continue reading 5 Lady Cards score at state track

Seniors, juniors win season opener

(First published in the Clay County News, May 23, 2018) Both the junior and senior Sutton Legion teams started the season with a mark in the win column, defeating Wilber in the opening day at the field. The seniors quickly earned the win in five innings, 9-0, and the juniors won after six innings, 5-1. … Continue reading Seniors, juniors win season opener

County golfers end season at district meet

(First published in the Clay County News, May 23, 2018) The Sutton Mustangs and the Sandy Creek Cougars were unable to qualify any golfers to the state golf meet. The teams finished their seasons at the district meet, hosted at Woodland Hills, Lincoln, Tuesday, May 15. Sutton’s junior Garrett Nuss was the best county golfer. … Continue reading County golfers end season at district meet

Shania, still the one

Man, the struggle is real... First, the background: When I was in college and started meeting new people and developing new friendships I was often accused of not showing affection easily and accused of being excessively sassy and sarcastic, which wasn’t necessarily wrong. But I was also the kind of friend once the relationships were … Continue reading Shania, still the one

All are different but one with the Lord

(First published in the West Nebraska Register, May 11, 2018) In April, my boyfriend and I went to a concert in Kearney. This concert featured two Christian groups—For King & Country and Skillet. Skillet is a hard rock group but the music is written to honor and praise God and ban members witness to their … Continue reading All are different but one with the Lord

Junior high athletes compete at Nebraska Championship Meet

(First published in the Clay County News, May 16, 2018) Three junior high students from Sandy Creek and five from Sutton competed at the Nebraska Championship Meet in Gothenburg, Saturday, May 12. Sandy Creek’s Leah Hatch competed in three events at the competition. She finished third in the long jump, leaping 15 feet, 6.25 inches. She … Continue reading Junior high athletes compete at Nebraska Championship Meet