January 10th, 2011
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.
GRAND ISLAND -- The Broken Bow girls and boys basketball teams found a new venue for this seasonâ€™s holiday tournament and the new site was not very giving to the Indians. The Northwest Holiday Tournament field included three class B teams, Northwest, Beatrice and Sidney along with class C1 Broken Bow. The Indian girls and boys teams lost to the host Northwest Vikings in the first round then both lost to Sidney in the consolation round last Wednesday.
BRADY -- The Anselmo-Merna Lady Coyotes captured third place by defeating Paxton 42-28 in the consolation game of the Brady Holiday Tournament. The Lady Coyotes held Paxton to two points in the second quarter and claimed a 23-8 halftime lead. In the second half, both teams played even trading baskets throughout the final two quarters.
December 29th, 2010
In 2010, Jennie Melham Medical Center in Broken Bow completed a multi-year renovation and addition project, creating a state-of-the-art facility in our region. That was just one of the many positive things that occurred this year.
However, 2010 also saw its share of local tragedies. In the next two weeks we will recap some of the stories that made headlines in the Custer County Chief during 2010 - looking at the first six months this week.
Plains Equipment Group is pleased to announce the addition of the following Nebraska John Deere dealerships:
â€˘ Custer County Implement Inc. in Broken Bow
â€˘ Elkhorn Valley Implement in Oâ€™Neill
â€˘ GreenIron in Ord
â€˘ Niobrara Valley Equipment in Ainsworth
Effective Dec. 15, 2010, these four stores will be joining Plains Equipment Group, Inc. headquartered in Seward. Our employees want to ensure their loyal customers that going forward you can expect the same great service youâ€™ve experienced over the years!
After attending The Green School Summit in Lincoln in October, Joe Shea, Director of Operations for Broken Bow Public Schools, came home with lots of ideas.
Armed with the desire to make the Broken Bow schools more efficient and environmentally friendly, Shea presented his ideas for accomplishing that to the Broken Bow School Board at the November meeting. One phase of that plan is being completed while students are enjoying their holiday break from the classroom.
Broken Bow High School band and choir small groups and ensembles presented an annual Christmas event in Broken Bow Dec. 21 - the Holiday Notes concert. Pictured above, from left: Ashley Schweitzer, Andrew Pracht and Grant Shinn open the event with a trombone trio, playing "Fanfare and Invention."
A large crowd attended the event, which included dinner and festive holiday entertainment by some of BBHSâ€™s most talented musicians.