Archive - Sep 2012 - Sports Article
South Loup faced a 2-1 deficit at one point, but used the home court energy to bounce back and win 3-2.
The scores read 18-25, 26-24, 19-25, 25-17 and 15-4. Specific stats and further coverage will be updated to this story within the next day or two.
Sandhills/Thedford picked up two more volleyball wins on Sept.11, beating Hyannis and Stapleton-McPherson County in the SMC triangular.
They started off by beating SMC 25-17 and 25-13. Madison Taylor lead the way with eight kills while Kelsey Higgins chipped in five along with Avery Taylor's five. Taylor Marten finished with three kills while Kaitlin Marten had two.
Kaitlin Marten did a solid job of setting up her teammates with 18 assists.
GOTHENBURG -- After Gothenburg's 21-20 triple-overtime victory last season, it was Broken Bow's turn to break the Swedes hearts on their home field. A late goal line stop by Grayson Minnick and and an interception by Jordan Lemburg helped Broken Bow seal a 15-14 victory to move to 2-0 on the season.
After a scoreless first quarter by both teams, the Indians opened the scoring in the second with a one-yard run by full back Jeremy Christner. Quarterback Marcus Miller then completedÂ a pass to Christner for a two point conversion to push the lead to 8-0.
The Co-op keeps paying dividends for Ansley-Litchfield. The Spartans stayed undefeated on the season and moved all the way through the Seven Valleys tournament, beating Twin Loup in the final game.
Just like the last time last time these two teams bet in the Twin Loup Triangular, they went to a third set that ended with a the Spartans pulling away to win in the final few points.
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Anselmo-Merna- 52 Sandhills/Thedford-0
Broken Bow- 15 Gothenburg-14
South Loup didn't have quite the homecoming ending they were hoping for. A banged up Bobcat team ran a large amount of running plays. South Loup went into the half down 16-14. Overton ran away with the game in the second half, winning 28-14. For more details, check out the next edition of the Custer County Chief.
Arcadia coach Drew Carlton moved a lot of pieces around in the Huskie's 65-12 victory over Santee, but there were a couple things that were concrete.
Fullback Robbie Ritz and halfback Cameron Charles can carry the load on offense.
Ritz scored three touchdowns and Charles finished with one, but had two called back because of holding penalties.
Zach Lueck and Jonathon Brock also each added a touchdown.
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