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The Broken Bow Spirit 14 and Under finished as the State Runner-Up’s at the USA Softball Class D State Softball Tournament this past weekend in Hastings. It is one of the better finishes the Spirit program has ever had at state as they finished with a 4-2 mark.

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Kearney, Neb. - Five former student-athletes will be inducted into the University of Nebraska at Kearney Athletic Hall of Fame during ceremonies on Homecoming weekend this Oct. 8-9.

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Trev Alberts is finally back home in Lincoln. On July 14 around 11 a.m. it was announced that he would be the next Athletic Director of Nebraska after the sudden retirement of Bill Moose in late June of this year.

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Callie White(GNST)- 1st place Female 15 and Over 50 Breaststroke; Female 15 and over 100 breaststroke 1st place; Female 15 and Over 100 free 2nd place; Female 15 and over 50 butterfly 2nd place; Female 15 & Over 50 free 2nd place.

The Broken Bow Junior and Senior Legions have had an incredible year. The Seniors look to add another league title to the championship that the Juniors won a week ago when they take on Central City today at 7 p.m. The Juniors will also look to keep their perfect season going when they take o…

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After years of service to the boxing community in the state of Nebraska, Don Slingsby of Broken Bow was inducted into the Great Plains Amateur Boxing Hall of Fame at the Ralston Arena in Omaha on June 17.

Perseverance paid off big time for the loyal fans that stuck out the storm at Dawson County Raceway, as the racers got an amazingly fast track to put on a humpback whale of a show for the fans on Holbein Lawn Service and KLawn of Lexington Night at the Races on Sunday evening in Lexington, N…

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Over Fathers Day weekend, the Nebraska One Box Team composed of local area shooters was able to take home the National Championship at the USAYESS Junior Clay National Meet in San Antonio, Texas. The group from Nebraska was able to secure first place finishes in eight out of the ten events a…

Honoring a former racer and die-hard fan, the competitors at Dawson County Raceway challenged tooth and nail to earn the privilege of driving into the winners circle on Fred Beardsley Memorial Night on Sunday evening in Lexington, Nebraska.

North Platte, Neb. (June 16, 2021) – After last year, with no fans for three-quarters of the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte, another piece of normalcy came back to the world: the rodeo, with fans in the stands.

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The Broken Bow Juniors and Seniors split a double header at home vs the North Platte Junior and Senior Legion teams on June 15. In the junior game, Broken Bow prevailed 8-5 and in the seniors game they lost 2-0. Complete stats for Broken Bow are listed below.

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The Big Red Blitz presented by FNBO heads to all corners of Nebraska on Wednesday, June 16, with 10 groups hitting 20 stops across the state. Tentative details for each stop are now set, and all Big Red Blitz events are free to the public.  Capacity is limited for each event, and fans will b…

The final three regular-season rodeos for the Nebraska High School Rodeo Circuit took place on June 4-6 in Harrison and Crawford. The first two days were spent in Harrison competing at the Harrison and Panhandle High School Rodeos and Sunday they moved over to Crawford for the Crawford High …

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Madison Mills of Eddyville and Brody McAbee of Ansley both proved why they are two of the best the state has to offer in rodeo, with two wins at the Atkinson and Valentine High School Rodeos on May 29 and May 30.

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The Nebraska High School Rodeo was a little bit closer to home for the area athletes this last week, with rodeos taking place in Thedford on May 22 and Stapleton on May 23. Leading the way was Brody McAbee of Ansley who scored wins on both days in the Saddle Bronc Competition.

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After a third-place finish at districts just a week earlier, the Mullen boys track team came into the Class D State Meet determined to perform better. They did just that by taking home second place with 37 points behind Osceola who was the Champion with 46 points.

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The South Loup girls track team were the runner-up's of the C-8 District Meet at Ord on May 13. They finished with 99 points and Ord were the champions with 138 points.

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The Broken Bow boys track team followed up their Runner-Up Performance at the Southwest Conference Invite with a first-place finish at the Cozad Invite on May 7. The Indian boys scored 119 points and the Indian girls scored 63 to take fifth.

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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.