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State Cross Country Area participant results

October 25, 2013

Broken Bow's Evan Rose placed 56th at the State Cross Country Meet in Kearney Friday. His time was 18:37.6. Anselmo-Merna's Libbie Cramer placed 2nd in the Class D girls standings with a time of 21:14.1. Anselmo-Merna's Adam Christen placed 50th in the Class D boys race with a time of 19:02.

See the full results at: https://nsaahome.org/textfile/cc/ccresbc.pdf (Class C Boys)
https://nsaahome.org/textfile/cc/ccresbd.pdf (Class D Boys)
https://nsaahome.org/textfile/cc/ccresgd.pdf (Girls Class D)

Sioux County outlasts Arcadia in slugfest

October 25, 2013

In a battle of two of the top teams in six-man football, No. 4 Arcadia came just short of topping No. 2 Sioux County, losing 30-18.

After a scoreless first quarter, Jordan Hovie-a mid-season Lexington transfer- helped the Huskies move the ball down the field before scoring on a six-yard touchdown run to put the Huskies up 6-0. Hovie Scored again in the final four minutes of the second quarter on a 19-yard touchdown run, extending the Huskies lead to 12-0.

Sioux County put up a 10-yard touchdown pass before the first half ended and the scored stayed at 12-8 at the break.

Oct. 24 Football scoreboard

October 25, 2013

Broken Bow- 40 Ainsworth- 7
Anselmo-Merna- 41 Elwood- 34
Twin Loup- 25 South Loup- 15
Loup City- 48 Ansley-Litchfield- 24
Loomis- 50 S-E-M- 14

Twin Loup Football outlasts South Loup

October 25, 2013

Twin Loup vs. South Loup is always a heavyweight fight where both teams can win the game by grinding it out.

This year, there was a slight twist as Twin Loup used a bit of trickery to help get the 25-15 victory.

In the final minutes of the first quarter, Twin Loup quarterback Jack Gibbens pitched the ball out to Dexter Griebel, who the launched a 41-yard pass to Brayden Davis, who took it in for the touchdown.

The score extended the Wolves lead to 18-7 to end the first quarter.