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The Dave Blevins Track Meet hosted by Sandhills Valley took place on May 7, 2021 at Arnold High School. On the girls side South Loup was first with 157 points and Mullen was second in the boys team standings with 82 points.

The Broken Bow boys golf team competed in the Southwest Conference Invite at Gothenburg on May 6. The Indians walked away with a sixth place finish with a score of 352.

The 37th Annual Western Nebraska All-Star Volleyball Game and the 43rd Annual Western Nebraska All-Star Football Game have been announced. The Volleyball game will be played at 2:00 p.m. at Western Nebraska Community College and the Football game takes place at Bearcat Stadium located at Sco…

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The South Loup track teams used being at home to their advantage as the Bobcats boys won with 112 points and the South Loup girls were first with 125.5 points at the MNAC Invite in Arnold on May 1. S-T boys were second with 82 points and the Mullen girls were runner-up with 90 points.

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The Broken Boys track team took advantage of good weather and the fact that they were the host of the conference meet this year by taking home second place with 96 points at the Southwest Conference Invite. The Indian girls were sixth overall with 34 points.

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The Ansley-Litchfield and S-E-M boys and girls track teams competed at the Fort Kearney Conference Invite at Wilcox-Hildreth on April 30. The A-L boys finished fourth with 72 and the S-E-M boys were fifth with 39 points. On the girl's side, the Spartans were sixth with 49 points and S-E-M wa…

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The weather couldn't have been more perfect for the Broken Bow Golf Invite on April 30 at the Broken Bow Country Club. The Indians varsity squad took advantage of the day, taking second place with a score of 355 and Blake Denson was the Individual Champ by carding a 77.

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MNAC Golf Tournament 2021 is in the books. Check out the video above for scores and different clips from the day in Thedford.

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It took three extra holes, but Colbi Smith of South Loup was able to knock off Brendon Walker of Mullen to win the 2021 MNAC Invite individual crown. The two both ended with a score of 77, which required them to go to playoff holes to decide who would take first.

The South boys and girls track teams competed at a small but very competitive Mike Troxel Invite hosted by Hershey on April 24. The Bobcats walked away with a third-place performance on the girl’s side with 109.5 points and the boys ended up sixth with 34 points.

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The South Loup boys and girls track teams competed at the Mike Troxel Invite hosted by Hershey on April 24. The girls took home third place with 109.5 points and the boys were sixth with 34 points.

The Broken Bow Track Team traveled down to Grand Island on April 23 to compete in the competitive Dave Gee Invite at GI Northwest. The Indians walked away with a sixth-place finish on the boy's side with 33 points and finished eighth on the girl's side with 38.5 points.

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Several Area schools made the trip down to Lexington on April 23 to compete in the Don Bader Invite. These schools included Anselmo-Merna, Mullen, and Sumner-Eddyville-Miller.

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Broken Bow's Kaylee Petersen signed a letter of intent to play softball at Northeast Community College in Norfolk today. A pitcher, Kaylee said she was offered a scholarship to play at Northeast last week. Her parents are Amber and Brian Petersen.

Cameron Jensen, a sophomore from Bingham, NE won the average in the tie down roping at the annual rodeo hosted by Casper College. Jensen won the long round with a time of 10.1 seconds and placed 3rd in the short round with an 11.3. He also split 5th/6th in the first round of the steer wrestl…

The Broken Bow track and field team competed at the Marsh Beck Invite in Minden on April 15. The meet was originally supposed to be run on April 16, but because of the weather forecast for Friday, it was pushed up a day.

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The Broken Bow boys golf team competed at the Minden Quadrangular on April 15 at the Minden Country Club. The varsity team finished in a tie for first with 182 points and the JV team was runner-up with 213 points.

Rodeo is a sport that Madison Mills of S-E-M has grown up adoring from a young age as she attended rodeos in her hometown of Eddyville and the surrounding area. She also saw the success of her late great rodeo aunt June Holeman and knew she wanted to follow in her footsteps.

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The Arcadia Loup City Rebels golf team took home second place at their home triangular with Ravenna and Kearney Catholic on April 13 at Loup City Golf Course in Loup City, NE. They carded a 192 and Kearney Catholic shot a 187 for first.

The Arcadia-Loup City boys golf team struggled through windy conditions at their home invite at the Loup City Golf Course on April 10. The Rebels varsity team finished fifth with a score of 424 and the junior varsity was seventh carding a 453.

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Windy, cold, and drizzly was the backdrop for the South Loup Invite at the Arnold Country Club on April 9. Despite the weather, South Loup was runner-up with 410 points and Brendon Walker of Mullen was the individual champion with a score of 82.

The Broken Bow track team battled through rainy weather and tough competition from the western part of the state at the Bow Invite at Mark Russel Field on April 9. The Indian boys were fifth with 51 points and the girls finished 10th with 21 points.

When you talk to Brooke McCully one of the first things you find out about her is the competitive drive that she has. It can be seen in volleyball and basketball where she has helped lead the Broncos to State in both sports, and that doesn’t change on the track where she competes in distance…

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After a spectacular first two years of track and increased training, there is only one goal on the mind of Ansley-Litchfield’s Collin Arehart, and that is to bring home the gold at this year’s State Track Meet in Omaha.

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Many people around the town of Broken Bow have heard or seen what Frazier Kaelin has been able to do on the football field and the basketball court for the Indians, but what people don’t know of is the work he has put in on his own time to succeed in his other sport of rodeo.