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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Being a fan of wrestling: a struggle.

Man, the struggle is real. Being a fan of wrestling is not easy. I started my career as a wrestling fan when my brother started wrestling when he was in first grade and I was in fifth. But, when Jarred (my brother) started wrestling, I wasnít really a fan. I hated it actually. I did … Continue reading Being a fan of wrestling: a struggle.

Sutton defeats Superior in regular-season finale

Mustangs finish regular season with 16-7 record following 75-39 win (First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 21, 2018) The Mustangs won 75-39 in the last regular-season game against Superior Friday, Feb. 16, earning a 16-7 regular-season record, headed to the sub-district tournament Tuesday. The Mustangs started with an early 18-7 lead in the first … Continue reading Sutton defeats Superior in regular-season finale

Cardinals end regular season 15-9

Harvard falls to Wilcox-Hildreth in the final regular-season game (First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 21, 2018) The Cardinals completed the regular-season with a 15-9 record after falling to the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons 53-40, Saturday, Feb. 17. Harvard started with a 12-7 lead after the first quarter, but Wilcox-Hildreth led at halftime, 22-18. The Falcons continued … Continue reading Cardinals end regular season 15-9

Scherbarth, Sammons represent Cards at state

Scherbarth, Sammons represent Cards at state

(First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 21, 2018) The Harvard Cardinals sent two wrestlers to the state tournament in Omaha. Senior Tucker Scherbarth and junior Alex Sammons represented Harvard at the tournament. Neither was able to tally a win at the tournament. In the first round of competition Thursday, Scherbarth wrestled Maxwellís Brett Riggs, … Continue reading Scherbarth, Sammons represent Cards at state

Rempe leads Red Raider wrestlers

Rempe leads Red Raider wrestlers

(First published on the Clay County News, Feb. 21, 2018) The South Central Red Raiders sent five to the state wrestling tournament in Omaha this weekend and came out with 21 team points and one state medalist. Senior Hunter Rempe, 285-pounds, finished as the fifth-place medalist at the tournament. He guaranteed his spot on the … Continue reading Rempe leads Red Raider wrestlers

Mustangs place 1 on podium

Mustangs place 1 on podium

Sutton's Lee Carlson earns third-place medal in Class C 120 pound class (First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 21, 2018)  The Sutton Mustangs sent four to the state wrestling tournament in Omaha this weekend and came out with 22 team points and one state medalist. Junior Lee Carlson, 120-pounds, finished as the third-place … Continue reading Mustangs place 1 on podium

South Central accepts 4 resignations, hires 2

(First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 14, 2018)  The South Central Unified School Board approved the resignation of four teachers with the district and hired two replacements at the Feb. 11 meeting of the School Board. The board accepted resignations from Sandy Creekís art teacher Crystal Hassenstab, Sandy Creekís physical education teacher Ryan … Continue reading South Central accepts 4 resignations, hires 2

Sutton to send 4 to state

Sutton to send 4 to state

(First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 14, 2018)  The Sutton Mustangs qualified four wrestlers and finished fifth as a team at the Class C-1 district meet hosted at Malcolm Friday and Saturday. Junior Lee Carlson, 120; freshman Joe Hinrichs, 126; senior Chandler Stone, 152; and junior James Griess, 160, all qualified for the state … Continue reading Sutton to send 4 to state

Cardinals win 2 of 3 games last week

(First published in the Clay County News, Feb. 14, 2018)  The Cardinals defeated the Lawrence-Nelson Raiders, 42-30, Tuesday, Feb. 6, defeated the Shelton Bulldogs 47-37, Friday, Feb. 9, and fell to the Nebraska Lutheran Knights, 67-57, Saturday, Feb. 10, in overtime, and are now 15-8 on the season. L-N Raiders In Tuesdayís game, against Lawrence-Nelson, the … Continue reading Cardinals win 2 of 3 games last week