Archive - Sports Article
January 14th, 2011
SUMNER -- The SEM Mustangs were were stunned by Axtell last Friday night losing 39-37. The Mustangs had a 20-15 lead at halftime but Axtell outscored them 13-7 in the third quarter to take the lead by one point. The Mustangs regained the lead early in the fourth quarter only to fall behind for good with five minutes left to play.
Dillan Line scored 23 points to lead the Mustangs. Also scoring for SEM were Lance English with 7 points, John Oâ€™Neill 2, Angel Boteo 2, Brandon Trampe 2 and Andrey Gallegos 1.
DUNNING - The Mullen Lady Broncos took an early 14-6 lead and never looked back for the 61-47 win over Sandhills/ Thedford last Friday night.
Clara Vinton and Madi Tomlinson led he Lady Broncos with 15 points each followed by Mardee Sierks with 14 points and Rachel Hoesing with 9 rebounds.
Shelby Saner scored 21 points to lead the Lady Knights followed by Kadi McFadden with 9, Tylee Coffman 6, Jonnie Staub 5, Sarah Miles 3, Michaela Miles 2 and Kaitlin Marten 1.
South Loup 35
North Platte St. Patrick's 49, Mullen 33
North Platte St. Patrick's 52, Mullen 44
Ansley 58, Sargent 39
North Loup-Scotia 42, Arcadia 35
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 56, Litchfield 37
Arcadia 39, North Loup-Scotia 25
Litchfield 50, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 49
Sargent 49, Ansley 26
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Indians put a halt to their 8-game losing streak by defeating the Holdrege Dusters 48-45 for their second win of the season.
TAYLOR -- The Anselmo-Merna boys and Ansley girls basketball teams captured the tournament championships at the Loup County Post Holiday Tournament last weekend.
The Anselmo-Merna Coyotes began the new year with two wins, the first for the Coyotes this season.
In the first round, the Coyotes upset the favored Sargent Bulldogs 50-40.
After an even first quarter, the Coyotes dominated the second and third quarters outscoring the Bulldogs 33-11. The Bulldogs rallied in the fourth quarter scoring 17 points to the Coyotesâ€™ 6 but were unable to close on Anselmo-Mernaâ€™s lead.
Team Results (Top 10):
1. Wood River (WR) 233.5; 2. Sargent/Burwell (SB) 220.5; 3. Ainsworth (AIN) 124; 4. West Holt (WH) 99; 5. Ravenna (RAV) 96; 6. Crofton (CRO) 86; 7. Broken Bow (BB) 80; 8. Anselmo-Merna (AM) 70.5; 9. Ansley/Arcadia (AA) 60; 9. Cross County (CC) 60.
103: 1st - Evan Gideon (SB) over Jacobi Spencer (SBJV) pin 3:06; 3rd - J. Rickert (WR) over W. Gallegos (AIN) pin 1:40.
112: 1st - C. Nielsen (WR) over Justin Miller (SB) inj default; 3rd - C. Ackley (RAV) over G. Jacobs (CC) 11-0.
Sandhills/Thedford 71, South Loup 35
Sandhills/Thedford 55, South Loup 45
Anselmo-Merna 57, Sargent 47
Ansley 65, Loup County 39
Arcadia 36, SMC 29
Axtell 40, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 39
Holdrege 64, Broken Bow 29
Mullen 61, Sandhills/Thedford 47
Anselmo-Merna 50, Sargent 40
Arcadia 52, SMC 45
Axtell 39, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 37
Broken Bow 48, Holdrege 45
Loup County 37, Ansley 35
Mullen 46, Sandhills/Thedford 39
Ansley 43, Anselmo-Merna 34
Pleasanton 48, Litchfield 40
Sargent 53, Elba 17
Shelton 52, Broken Bow 37
Shelton 41, Broken Bow 33
The Broken Bow wrestling team returned to the mats after a two week holiday break as they hosted Southwest Conference foe, the Ogallala Indians. The night of dual action was also parentsâ€™ night for the Broken Bow Indians.
Wrestling Dual Results: Broken Bow 42, Ogallala 36
103: Spencer French, BB pinned Jason Dethlefs, Oga 4:25
112: Chase Govier, Oga won by forfeit
119: Nathan Garcia, Oga pinned Gage Pollard, BB 1:02
125: Zack Sanchez, BB dec. Elkanah Riley, Oga 4-2
130: Austin Roach, BB dec. Luke Tinnon, Oga 6-4
135: Matt Denson, BB pinned Dylan Folchert, Oga 0:53
ARCADIA -- The SandhillsThedford girls and boys basketball teams swept the Arcadia Holiday Tournament last week. The Sandhills/Thedford Lady Knights defeated the Arcadia Lady Huskies 43-27 for the girls championship while the Sandhills/Thedford Knights defeated the Litchfield Trojans 65-37 for the boys championship.