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This week we will be traveling down to Burwell to cover D1 No.2 Burwell vs D1 No.10 Arcadia-Loup City in a football matchup that is sure to be a thriller. We will also have all your Broken Bow Sports covered as well as articles about C2 No.7 South Loup, Ansley-Litchfield, Arcadia-Loup City, …

After a slow start to the game, D2 No.7 Sandhills-Thedford was able to run away with the game 55-14 against South Loup on Sept.25. After the game I talked to senior quarterback Grant Ahlstrom and junior running back Trae Hickman on the teams victory.

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The October 1 edition of the Custer County Chief will be a jam packed issue with articles from several area football and volleyball games and tournaments, plus coverage of BB girls golf and cross country. Make sure to check out the article about your area school in the upcoming issue.

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The Arcadia-Loup City Girls Gold team held their home invite on Tuesday Sept.15. In the meet, there were 22 individuals who competed. The Rebels scored as follows: 4th place, Makayla Silva with a score of 106; medaling and 10th, DeLynn Day with a score of 119; medaling and 14th place, Bailey…

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The Broken Bow Girls Golf team continued their winning ways at the Gothenburg Invite, held Sept.15 in Gothenburg. The team shot a 378 to take home first. The next closest team was GI Northwest with a 409.

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After a long month and a half the Big Ten has decided to go back on their decision for no college football this fall. The league made the decision today to start a fall football season starting on Oct. 23 and Oct. 24. The only downside is there will be no fan attendance.

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller’s volleyball team came into Sept.8 matchup with Axtell and Overton knowing they were going to need to play sound and together volleyball to pull out victories. While there were glimpses throughout the night, ultimately it was not enough as the Mustangs fell 2-1 to the…

After having to sit out the first two weeks of the regular season due to COVID-19 concerns within the volleyball team, Sandhills-Thedford made their triumphant return to the court on homecoming against Hyannis. The Knights were able to come together and win the match in four sets.

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Daine Wardyn and Noah Osmond run hip and hip with each other at the start of the Broken Bow Invite on Sept. 12.

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After a monstrous first half that put S-E-M up 53-37, it was the Mustang defense that had to show up to play at home to come out victorious over D6 No.7 Spalding Academy. Show up did they ever.

Broken Bow Girls Golf teams makes it four for four with team championships this year. The varsity and the JV went first and second, and six individuals on the team placed inside the top ten at the meet! Congratulations ladies on a great day of Golf!

In a matchup of two schools out of the Fort Kearney Conference, Ansley-Litchfield came up just short of winning against Shelton, falling 3-2 on September 1 in Litchfield.

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    On Thursday, September 3, the Arcadia-Loup City girls golf team competed in a quadrangular hosted by St. Paul. The Rebels finished third out of three teams but had individuals who competed very well.

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The Sandhills-Thedford volleyball team is coming off a tough season a year ago where they finished with a mark of 1-22. There is optimism heading into this season, especially due to the fact that the Knights return a good number of letter winners.

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Two weeks into the season and there is only one undefeated team left in the area. D2 No.9 Sandhills-Thedford was able to get another convincing  win out west at Morrill. S-E-M wins in convincing fashion as they get ready to host D6 No.3 Spalding Acadamy next week at home. Both Broken Bow and…