Archive - Sports Article
November 1st, 2010
The South Loup Bobcats advanced to the second round of the Class D1 Football Playoffs. The Bobcats defeated Clearwater/Orchard 55-14 and will host Kenesaw Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Arnold. Kenesaw was a 58-42 winner over Sandhills/Thedford. The Knights' season ends with a 4-5 record.
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Indians were eliminated from the 2010 Class C1 playoffs last night with a 21-9 loss to Boone Central. The Indians allowed Boone Central 21 first half points and were unable to overcome the deficit in the second half.
Nine of the Custer County Chief coverage area volleyball teams concluded their regular season schedule last night. Two team still have games this weekend before subdistricts begin Monday. Arcadia plays at St. Edward Thursday night and Broken Bow will travel to Centura for a match Friday night.
Here are area results from games played last night.(10/26/10)
ANSELMO-MERNA DEF. SOUTH LOUP, 25-23, 25-18
MULLEN DEF. SOUTH LOUP, 25-12, 25-11
MULLEN DEF. ANSELMO-MERNA, 25-18, 25-22
HERSHEY DEF. BROKEN BOW, 25-11, 25-20
Times have been set for the 2010 State Football Playoffs. Classes C1, C2, D1 and D2 begin first round play Thursday afternoon and the Nebraska 6-Man playoffs begin Friday. Listed below are match-ups and start times:
#11 Boone Central (5-3) @ #6 Broken Bow (6-2), Thursday @ 6 p.m.
#11 Sandhills/Thedford (4-4) @ #6 Kenesaw (6-2), Thursday @ 3 p.m.
#14 Clearwater/Orchard (2-6) @ #3 South Loup (8-0), Thursday @ 5 p.m.
#14 S-E-M (5-3) @ #3 Mullen (7-1), Thursday @ 4:30 p.m. MST
#16 Anselmo-Merna (3-5) @ Eustis-Farnam (7-1), Thursday @ 7 p.m.
KEARNEY -- The Kearney Country Club was site of the 2010 State Cross Country Championships. Broken Bow's Cody Dierking earned a Top 10 finish placing ninth in 17:05.9. Gordon-Rushville's Cole Wellnitz was the Class C State Champion in 16:38.5. Also participating for Broken Bow was Patrick Wright who finished 82nd in 19:22.6.
Ogallala was the Class C team champion followed by Southwest Conference relative, Gothenburg who finished seventh.
In Class D, Sargent's David Vincent placed 33rd in 18:18.4. The Class D State Champion was Ainsworth's Michael Schumacher in 16:33.9.
The Sargent Lady Bulldogs defeated Anselmo-Merna in two sets to claim the L-Club Tourney championship. Litchfield handed Loup County a two set to one loss and took third place in their home tourney. South Loup defeated Amherst in two sets for fifth place.
Other scores from Tuesday night are:
Ansley 3, Elm Creek 0
Arcadia 2, SEM 1
Loup City 2, Arcadia 0
Loup City 2, SEM 0
At the Broken Bow Invite:
Valentine 2, Broken Bow 1
Doniphan-Trum 2, Gothenburg 0
Gothenburg 2, Broken Bow 0
Doniphan-Trum 2, Valentine 0
At the Sandhills Conference Tournament
The Ansley Lady Warriors defeated the Mullen Lady Broncos to claim the Loup Valley Conference championship. The Lady Warriors won in three sets 28-26, 25-11 and 25-9. Ansley reached the championship game with a win over Arcadia 25-10, 25-17 and 25-19. Mullen edged Sargent 25-19, 23-25, 25-18 and 25-16 to reach the championship game.
Three of five area teams will become district championships receiving automatic bids into the state playoffs this week. The Broken Bow Indians clinched the Class C1-9 district championship defeating Valentine last Friday 33-21. The Indians close their season at Cozad Thursday night. Even if the Indians lose to the Haymakers, the Indians claim the title by holding the head-to-head tie-breaker over Gothenburg.
Ansley 3, South Loup 0
Arcadia 3, Anselmo-Merna 2
Kearney Catholic 3, Ord 0
Mullen 3, Litchfield 0
Palmer 3, North Loup-Scotia 0
Sargent 3, Sandhills/Thedford 0
Shelton 3, Broken Bow 0
South Loup 3, Loup County 1
Southwest 3, Gothenburg 1
Nine area teams began play in the LVC Tournament last night. Top seed Ansley and second seed Mullen hosted first round action with remaining games to be played Saturday at Loup County.
AINSWORTH -- The Broken Bow Lady Indians defeated Ainsworth 3-1 Tuesday night. Broken Bow won the first set 25-20, the second 25-11, lost the third 23-25 then closed out the match in the fourth 25-12. The win is Broken Bow's sixth of the season. The Lady Indians return home for a match against Shelton Thursday which will also be parents night!