The opportunity to get to watch his sons play football was too important to pass up for one of the most successful volleyball coaches in the state of Nebraska.
After overwhelming a team three seeds higher, Malcolm has its chance Friday to end Kearney Catholic’s four-year run as Class C-1 volleyball champion. The Clippers stayed undefeated through 33 matches — in this wacky year for Class C-1, they came in as the No. 6 seed — by beating Chadron 25-13, 25-18, 25-11 in a first-round match Thursday night at Lincoln North Star.
Entering this year’s Western Conference Tournament, the Chadron High School volleyball team had no plans of ending its reign as champions. The Cardinals accomplished that by winning all three of their matches to capture a fourth consecutive tournament championship on Saturday at Scottsbluff High School.
Chadron two-sport standout Jadyn McCartney admits she was a little arm-weary after last volleyball season. That’s what pounding 514 kills will do.
The Chadron senior legion baseball team went 2-0 in the first day of the Platte Valley Companies Classic on Friday at Oregon Trail Park in Gering.
The No. 5 Bluejays, whose defensive average is 33 points a game, extended their tournament winning streak to 10 games and continued their bid for a fourth consecutive C-1 state title with a 48-38 win over No. 9 Chadron.
After splitting a pair of meetings during the regular season, the Mitchell and Chadron girls basketball teams used the championship game of the Class C-1, Sub-district 12 Tournament to break the tie on Thursday night at Alliance High School.
The Cardinals will play for their fifth straight C1-12 championship after rolling past Gordon-Rushville 71-37 during the semifinal round on Tuesday night at Alliance High School.
After hitting its first five shots of the game, the Chadron girls basketball team never looked back in recording a 61-39 win over Gering on Friday night at Gering High School.
The Gering boys basketball team earned a 51-42 win over Chadron on Friday at the Gering High School gymnasium.
Chadron’s last game before the holiday break ended just like their other seven contests this season – with an impressive victory.
The Gering boys basketball team got about all it could handle from Chadron on Saturday night, but the Bulldogs managed to hold on for a 52-40 victory in Chadron.
Landon Walker and his Scottsbluff basketball teammates weren't at all happy with their first-quarter performance Friday night against Chadron at Scottsbluff HIgh School.
Ord was not having things go its way for most of the second set. The Class C-1 No. 2 Chanticleers were down 20-12 and struggling to get anything going against No. 6 Chadron. But they started to chip away at the lead, and eventually rallied to take the set. That carried over into the third as Ord, behind Andrea Carson’s 13 kills, pulled away to a 25-23, 28-26, 25-17 win Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Chadron looked at ease in the crucial moments Thursday, even if history wasn’t on its side. After rallying to win the fourth set, Chadron controlled the fifth for a 25-19, 18-25, 20-25, 25-23, 15-5 victory over Wahoo Neumann in the first round of the Class C-1 state volleyball tournament at Lincoln North Star.
For the Chadron football team, there didn’t seem to be a whole lot to cheer about a couple weeks ago when the Cardinals suffered their fourth straight loss, dropping their season record to 1-5. The Cardinals, however, were determined to finish its season strongly.
Chadron’s Alpine Hickstein proved once again this week that she’s one of the best golfers in the state.
What a race it was for the Western Conference boys meet title. Mitchell and Gering both tallied 23 points. The tie-breaker was the highest fifth-place runner, and since Christian Arellano came in 15th, that put Gering on top Monday at Five Rocks in Gering.
The Chadron girls golf team celebrated a championship Monday in the Class C, District 5 Tournament, and the Mitchell girls also had a memorable outing, making school history by becoming the first Tiger girls golf squad to qualify for state.
The Chadron volleyball team added to its momentum this weekend in the Twin City Tournament at courts in Scottsbluff and Gering.
Entering this weekend’s Scottsbluff Invitational, the Chadron softball team was looking for any kind of boost after losing four of its last five games.
The Chadron softball team’s offense came alive on the first day of the Scottsbluff Softball Invitational, combining for 41 runs in three games.
In what proved to be its toughest test of the young season, the Chadron High School volleyball team survived Gering in a tough five-setter to remain unbeaten on Thursday night in Chadron.
Hannah Holloway shot a season-low 76 to power the Scottsbluff girls golf team to the championship of the Chadron Invitational on Tuesday at Ridgeview Country Club.
The Gering softball team erupted for 10 runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally for a 13-12 win over Chadron on Tuesday night at Oregon Trail Park. Tori Hoagland provided a walkoff, two-run double to cap the furious rally.
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