Archive - Sep 26, 2013
After a timeout in the 4th set, Broken Bow coach Skylar Rohde yelled to her team, "don't let them come back."
They followed through beautifully as Broken Bow beat Ravenna 25-10 in the third set to cap a 3-1 (25-20, 21-25, 26-24, 25-10) victory.
Broken Bow turned the tide in the third set when they were down 24-23 before Rohde took a timeout to motivate her team.
Broken Bow Libero Sydney Holcomb came up with two serving aces to help the Indians rally to win 26-24, sucking the remaining life out of the Bluejays.
Michael Lynn Buckles passed away at his home, surrounded by family, in Broken Bow, Sept. 21, 2013, at the age of 59.
Mike is predeceased by his parents, Bob and Mary Frances.
Mike was born to Bob and Mary Frances Buckles Dec. 4, 1953, in Martin, S.D. Mike lived in Merriman, where he attended elementary school. He went on to graduate from Bennett County High School in Martin, S.D. in 1972, excell-ing in basketball, football and track, recently being inducted into the Bennett County Athletic Hall of Fame.
Mary Ellen Andersen Gillming, age 72 of North Platte, formerly of Broken Bow, passed away Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, at Great Plains Regional Medical Center.
Mary Ellen Andersen Gillming was born Dec. 21, 1940, to Frank and Eva (Schmitz) Loeffelholz at Kearney. Mary grew up in the Kearney, Riverdale, Amherst area where she attended country school as well as the Hopewell Country School graduating from Kearney High School in 1959.
James T. McMillan, 82 of rural Broken Bow, died Sept. 14, 2013, at Callaway Living Center.
He was born Sept. 29, 1931, to James W. and Stella McMillan. He graduated from Broken Bow High School in 1950, and served in the Marines from 1951-1954.
He married Betty L. Golden Dec. 17, 1953.
He is survived by his wife, Betty, of rural Broken Bow; daughters, Debra McMillan of Papillion, and Linda (Ron) Ellingson of Oconto; granddaughter, Samantha (Chaz) Johnson; and four great-grandsons, Cody, Blaine, Austin and BJ.
ANSLEY - - JoAnn Scott has had a passion for sports for as long as she can remember. The 1982 Ansley High School grad excelled in several sports in high school, and went on to compete at UNK. It was there that she would fall into a random âjobâ that would shape the rest of her life.
Monday morning Scott returned to her alma mater of AHS where she addressed the 7-12 students about her experiences. Her presentation was not one of simply listing accomplishments - rather it was a call for the students to never give up on their dream.