Harvard girls prep for rest of season, next year

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  The Harvard Cardinals lost in three sets to the Maywood/Hays Center Wolves Friday. “Maywood was a good opponent,” Head Coach Kevin Medrano said. “They had great defense. We couldn’t put the ball down due to their great block and defense.” The Wolves took sets 25-13, 25-17 … Continue reading Harvard girls prep for rest of season, next year

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Red Raiders compete at muddy SNC meet

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  The South Central Unified Red Raiders powered through wet weather to finish the Southern Nebraska Conference cross country meet hosted at Doane University. “Two words describe this meet—rain and mud!,” Head Coach Randi Fox said. “The race was run on a true cross course on the … Continue reading Red Raiders compete at muddy SNC meet

Bison best Mustangs 13-6: Central City ends Sutton’s unbeaten streak Friday

Bison best Mustangs 13-6: Central City ends Sutton’s unbeaten streak Friday

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  Sutton’s undefeated season came to an end Friday in Central City, where the Bison won 13-6. “They have a good team,” Head Coach Steve Ramer said. “It was a game that we do not shoot ourselves in the foot, we win, and by 14 or more. … Continue reading Bison best Mustangs 13-6: Central City ends Sutton’s unbeaten streak Friday

Undefeated: Harvard is unbeaten with two games remaining; Cardinals trounce Maywood/Hayes Center 68-6

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  The Harvard Cardinals scored 11 touchdowns on their way to a 68-6 victory over the Maywood/Hayes Center Wolves Friday afternoon.  The game was played at 3 p.m., at Maywood. When the other Clay County teams battled rain, Harvard missed it. Head Coach Scott Trimble said it … Continue reading Undefeated: Harvard is unbeaten with two games remaining; Cardinals trounce Maywood/Hayes Center 68-6

Fillies play tough despite net losses

Fillies play tough despite net losses

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  Sutton lost both games at the Fairbury triangular Thursday. The Fillies earned the win in the first set against David City, but lost the second two sets, giving the Scouts the win. Against Fairbury, the Jeffs took the first two sets. “Against David City, the girls … Continue reading Fillies play tough despite net losses

2016 Sandy Creek grad leads UNK runners

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017) University of Nebraska—Kearney’s sophomore Corbin Hansen, of Deweese, led the UNK cross country team to its fifth place finish at the Fort Hays State Tiger Open Saturday. Hansen, a 2016 Sandy Creek graduate, finished 21st overall to score 18 points for the team. He completed … Continue reading 2016 Sandy Creek grad leads UNK runners

HPS board approves for bargaining agent, paraprofessional position

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  The Harvard School Board unanimously voted on two action items Monday night: to approve Harvard Education Association as the official bargaining agent for non-supervisory certificated staff for the 2019-20 school year and to approve the expansion of the paraprofessional position to 1.0FTE. Superintendent Michael Derr … Continue reading HPS board approves for bargaining agent, paraprofessional position

Cougars defeat Panthers in 4: Sandy Creek beat Fillmore Central 25-23 in 3 of 4 sets during SNC win

Cougars defeat Panthers in 4: Sandy Creek beat Fillmore Central 25-23 in 3 of 4 sets during SNC win

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  Sandy Creek overcame a tough Fillmore Central team to win Thursday, Oct. 5, in four sets. Sandy Creek took the first, second and fourth sets with identical scores of 25-23. Fillmore Central earned the “W” on the third set, 25-18. “We knew going in that Fillmore … Continue reading Cougars defeat Panthers in 4: Sandy Creek beat Fillmore Central 25-23 in 3 of 4 sets during SNC win

Schick named Beef Systems Educator

(First published in the Clay County News, Oct. 11, 2017)  Bradley Schick was announced as the Beef Systems Educator for the accountability region of Kearney, Franklin, Adams, Webster, Clay, Nuckolls, Fillmore and Thayer counties. Schick is originally from northeast Nebraska, the Battle Creek area, he said, and lived on a family farm where they raised crops … Continue reading Schick named Beef Systems Educator