Archive - 2013
By TERRI LICKING
HALSEY - - August 19 - 24, 1963, 27 high school boys attended the first Youth Range Camp at the new State 4-H Camp in the Nebraska National Forest near Halsey.
August 24, 2013, past and present organizers, camp directors, instructors and campers came to celebrate 50 years of Youth Range Camp at the same camp that celebrated their own 50th anniversary last year.
Girls 2500 meter run
1. Lexie Foster- Broken Bow- 10:07
10. Natalya Nelson- Broken Bow- 11:57
13. Gracie Williams- Broken Bow- 12:06
18. Josie Bailey- Broken Bow- 12:38
19. Briann Wolfe- Broken Bow- 12:39
31. Faith Connely- Broken Bow- 13:48
39. Emma Millsap- Broken Bow- 14:52
47. Maria Aiataz- Broken Bow- 16:24
Girls 5000 Meter Run
16. Kylee Miller- Broken Bow- 25:09
20. Kassidy Kimberly- Broken Bow- 25:56.
27. Ashley Holcomb- Broken Bow- 27:36
Boys 2500 Meter Run
33. Sam Schendt- Broken Bow- 13:45
Boys 5000 meter run
8. Evan Rose- 19:07
22. Austin Rose- 20:54
Broken Bow Golf Invite Team Scores
1. Ogallala- 422
2. Kearney Catholic- 449
3. Broken Bow- 454
4. Valentine- 461
5. Arcadia/Loup City- 471
6. Centura- 496
7. Ainsworth- 552
8. Gothenburg- 590
No Team Scores
Mullen, St. Paul, Broken Bow JV
Broken Bow Golf Invite Individual results (Top 10)
1. Maaika Mestl- Ogallala- 84
2. Calli Staab- Kearney Catholic- 99
3. Serena Ferew- Ainsworth- 100
4. Ashton Bancroft- Valentine- 102
5. Kaleigh Page- Broken Bow- 103
6. Khail Roth- Kearney Catholic- 107
7. Haley Nolde- Ogallala- 107
8. Ashlyn Roth- Centrua- 111
Broken Bow- 2 North Platte St. Pats- 0 (25-23, 26-24)
Broken Bow- 2 Cozad- 0 (25-18, 25-20)
Twin Loup- 3 Axtell- 2 (25-14, 14-25, 25-20, 21-25, 15-13)
Arcadia-Loup City def. Ravenna 2-1 (21-25, 25-17, 25-19) (Sept. 10)
Ansley-Litchfield def. Anselmo-Merna, 25-4, 25-17 (2-0) (Sept. 10)
Ansley-Litchfield def. Pleasanton, 25-10, 25-17 (2-0) (Sept. 10)
Broken Bow improved to 3-3 with an upset win over the host North Platte St. Patrick's and a win over Cozad Thursday night.
Against North Platte St. Pat's, Julia Loy and Lexie Berghorst each recorded nine kills to power the Indians offensively. Ashley Kirkpatrick finished with three kills to go with two from Krisha Scott and Rachel Gaston.
Loy also had a solid game on defense, recording nine blocks to go with four from Berghorst and three from Scott.
Gaston and Sydney Holcomb lead the way with 13 and 10 digs while Morgan Hueftle and Krisha Scott combined for 15 assists.
Twin Loup improved to 4-0 Thursday night with a 3-2 (25-14, 14-25, 25-20, 21-25, 15-13) win over the Axtell wildcats.
Twin Loup was lead by Becca Clarks 28 kills and Madison Kozeal finished with 11.
For full details, check out the next edition of the Custer County Chief.
In this week's edition of the Custer County Chief, it was reported that Anselmo-Merna beat Ansley-Litchfield 2-0 Tuesday night. The Chief was provided incorrect information via the maxpreps website. Ansley-Litchfield won the match 2-0. The Chief apologizes for the error.
Iâ€™ve been around the game of football my whole life; whether it meant playing catch with my dad and my older brother in the backyard, watching football on Sundays with my grandfather, or actually playing on the field under the â€śFriday Night Lights.â€ť As summer came to an end and I started to realize that my senior year was beginning to get closer, I began to think about all the ways my life is about to change. I became excited that this will be the last time I go to football camp and run through drills on the hottest days of summer.
An April 2013 accident east of Broken Bow that left one Sargent man dead now has another Sargent man facing manslaughter charges.
Joseph White, 26 of Sargent/Burwell, was arraigned in Custer County Court Monday morning on one charge of manslaughter, a Class III felony. White waived his right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to District Court. He will be arraigned in Custer County District Court Sept. 26 at 9:30 a.m.
The outdoor tennis courts at Tomahawk Park have received a face lift - thanks in part to a generous donation from a local citizen.
At a council meeting in May in which discussion ensued on the scope of the project to refurbish the tennis courts, Dr. Lance Jones gave more than his two cents worth on the project - in fact, he felt so strongly about the importance of preserving the three outdoor courts that he donated $5,000 of his own money to the city to do it.