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The Broken Bow Athletic Booster Club hosted the Winter Sports Tipoff at the One Box Convention Center Nov. 15. It was broadcast live by Brent Apperson of KCNI/KBBN. For the story and comments from the coaches and athletes see the Custer County Chief Nov. 21 Sports edition.

The Broken Bow Lady Indians end their season 33 & 4 for the year.  Impressive run.  See complete details in the November 14th Custer County Chief

The Lady Indians gave it there all, doing something no other team has been able to do over the year and that is to win a set against St. Paul.


It was 22-25 losing the first set, 25-20 winning the second set, 25-8 Bow in the third set and 25-18 in the 4th set, Lady Indians are on to the semi-finals!!

In the first round of the Class D2 football playoffs Thursday night #14 seed Mullen with a record of 3-5 traveled to Thedford Thursday night to play #3 seed Sandhills/Thedford with a record of 8-0. Mullen upset Sandhills/Thedford 18-12 when they scored on a fake field goal from the 8 yard li…

Hunters from around the country returned to rural Nebraska on the weekend of Oct. 26-27 for the pheasant and quail season opener for 2019.

#1 seed Anselmo-Merna def. #4 seed Heartland Lutheran 3-0 and #2 seed Twin Loup def. #3 seed SEM 3-1 Monday night at the D2-7 Subdistrict in Broken Bow. Anselmo-Merna and Twin Loup battle it out Tuesday night to see who moves on to districts and who's season comes to an end.

The State Cross Country meet was at the Kearney Country Club Oct. 25. In Class C the Broken Bow boys qualified as a team. In Class D Boys Trevor Kuncl and Hayden Jennings of Mullen and Collin Arehart of Ansley/Litchfield qualified. In Class D Girls Molly Paxton of Mullen, Colleen Fulton of A…

The Lady Indians swept the SWC Tournament Oct. 25 to bring home their first SWC championship title since 1988. #1 seed Broken Bow swept #8 seed Cozad 2-0, then swept Gothenburg 2-0 in the semifinals before sweeping Ogallala 2-0. For the story and coaches comments see the Custer County chief …

Nine year old Cooper Loughran of Broken Bow is the first youth hunter to complete the Nebraska Game and Parks Duck Slam for 2019. Find out how Cooper achieved this by reading the Oct. 24, 2019 issue of the Custer County Chief.


It was a beautiful evening for Homecoming football, just not the outcome you want to see for your homecoming crowd but the crowd stayed behind the Spartans. Complete story in the October 24th issue of the Custer County Chief