Archive - 2010
LADY TROJANS SET GOAL TO IMPROVE
LITCHFIELD -- Paul Polk begins his first year as the Litchfield Lady Trojansâ€™ new head coach. Polk takes over a team that finished 5-16 last season.
Seniors Kelsey Unick and Tiana Stithem will be looked upon as leaders of senior and sophomore dominated team.
Last season, the Lady Trojans used multiple different starting line-ups and lost just one senior to graduation.
Seniors Megan Prunk, Bridgette Janssen and Hope Downer will also be asked to step up into leadership roles.
INDIAN HAVE EYES ON CONFERENCE TITLE
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Indians look to rebound after a disappointing campaign last season.
To do so, the Indians will have to find support for returning starters Nathan Scott and Marc Sleicher. Scott returns as the Indians leading scorer and rebounder and changes opponents shots with his shot blocking capabilities.
INDIANS LOOK TO REDEEM LAST YEAR'S WOES
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Lady Indians return four starters fro last yearâ€™s team that finished 4-16.
This year the Lady Indians look for redemption after last yearâ€™s disappointing season.
Coach Dave Pruden expects his group of sophomores, who got some valuable experience last year, to follow the leadership of his starters to build strong depth from the bench.
The key for the Lady Indians will be to fix the mental errors that hindered them last season.
Anselmo-Merna 41, Ainsworth 40
Ansley 51, Palmer 41
Loup City 65, Litchfield 36
Sargent 35, Arcadia 34
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 68, South Loup 34
Litchfield 41, Loup City 36
Palmer 50, Ansley 32
Sargent 53, Arcadia 28
Arcadia 48, Heartland Lutheran 36
Lexington 61, Broken Bow 26
Heartland Lutheran 71, Arcadia 34
Lexington 57, Broken Bow 36
Broken Bow Volunteer Firemen and members of the EMT crew, along with staff from Jennie Melham Medical Center and local law enforcement all participated in a special Haz Mat training session Wednesday evening. The training was held at the Broken Bow fire hall, with several local teens portraying "victims" of a chemical spill in the mock drill.
HUSKIES RETURN ALL FIVE STARTERS, CHEMISTRY WILL BE KEY TO SUCCESS
ARCADIA -- The Arcadia Huskies will be fortunate to return all five starters from last yearâ€™s 4-17 team. That experience will help the Huskies compete in the Loup Valley Conference.
Head coach Bobby Hurlburt says that the toughest challenges for his team will be to develop productive depth off the bench and staying healthy.
LADY HUSKIES RELOAD WITH YOUTH
ARCADIA -- The Arcadia Lady Huskies are young but look to reload with a talented group of underclassmen.
Sapphire Sillivan and Shayla Trotter are returning starters and will be leaders the Lady Huskies in shooting and rebounds.
One of the biggest challenges for second year coach Todd Quick will be to find someone to consistently knock down shots form the perimeter.
For the Lady Huskies to find success this season, they will need to believe in themselves and work hard to improve every day.
WARRIORS MUST STAY HEALTHY TO SUCCEED
ANSLEY -- The Ansley Warriors return four of five starters for a team that was 1-18 last year and will show vast improvements as long as they can stay healthy.
The biggest challenge for the Warriors will be depth so keeping the team healthy and fresh will be key to the success of the team.
Coach Garrod Fernau believes that his team can compete in the conference and sub-districts if they play hard, stay healthy and stay positive.
Seniors Chris Varney, Tobey Slingsby and Jesse Mullen will lead the Warriors with assistance from junior Brody Focken.
STATE, TOP GOALS FOR LADY WARRIORS
ANSLEY -- Last year, the Ansley Lady Warriors came up one game short of reaching the state tournament. This year, the Lady Warriors hope to follow the lead of a very successful volleyball season and reach the state tournament.
The Lady Warriors return all five starters form last years team and have a talanted group of players to come off the bench that saw a significant amount of playing time last year.
Returning as the leading scorers from a year ago are Siera Rohde and Taylor Rohde.
ANSELY/ARCADIA WRESTLERS NEED TO STAY HEALTHY FOR TEAMS SUCCESS
ANSLEY/ARCADIA -- The coop of Ansley and Arcadia wrestlers return five former state qualifiers that will be asked to lead a young freshman class to fill the open weights while losing and maintaining weight.
Returning state qualifiers from last yearâ€™s team are seniors Ryan Hircock at 189 pounds and Joe Gregory at 215 pounds along with sophomores Stuart Hircock at 160 pounds and Tommy Roth at 103 pounds.
Also returning is senior Brady Masters at 119 pounds who qualified for state both his freshman and sophomore years.