David J. Young was disbarred after he stole from his father, terrorized his girlfriend, took thousands of dollars in fees without doing any legal work and was accused of groping a client.
For the Class D1 No. 2 High Plains boys basketball team to get to the state tournament for a fifth straight time, the winding road took the Storm through the Archbishop (Fremont) Bergan Knights Tuesday night in the D1-2 district final at Central Community College in Columbus.
After the Cougars came all the way back from a halftime deficit of 29-19, High Plains held off Cross County’s come-back attempt just enough to escape with a 45-43 win.
The High Plains Storm boys basketball team, ranked No. 2 in Class D1, escaped an upset bid from the Heartland Huskies Tuesday night with a 70-67 win.
High Plains senior Josh DeMers looked like he belonged to Howells-Dodge, running in the manner Mike Speirs’ best backs bowled through defenses. But it was the Jaguars that the 210-pound senior gouged for 316 yards rushing (on only 16 carries), 77 yards receiving, seven touchdowns and 46 points in an 84-40 win in the first round of the Eight Man-1 playoffs at Ed Booth Field.
Two weeks ago, High Plains senior Josh Demers was playing in the line for the Storm. On Friday night in Stromsburg, he ripped through the Cross County defense for five touchdowns from his "20 back" spot as the the eighth-ranked Storm (3-2) used a quick start to dispatch the Cougars (3-2) 51-14.
Week 3 Friday Night Prep Football Heroes - Part II
Keeping the defensive pressure turned up and not letting Heartland get closer than seven points in the second half Friday earned No. 3-ranked High Plains a spot in the Class D-1 state high school championship game.
By Jacob Padilla
The High Plains Storm won the CRC championship over the Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves on Friday night in front of a packed house at the city auditorium. The Storm’s win was a big one, 70-53. The victory was the Storms’ 17th of the year with no losses.