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LINCOLN, Neb. - The third-ranked Nebraska volleyball team fell to No. 5 Minnesota, 3-1 (20-25, 25-23, 14-25, 21-25) on Saturday night in front of a crowd of 8,420 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center, the second-largest crowd of the season.

The loss dropped the Huskers to 14-2 overall and 5-1 in the Big Ten and snapped NU's 14-match win streak. Minnesota improved to 12-2 and 6-0 in the Big Ten and is now the only unbeaten team in the Big Ten.

Mikaela Foecke had a team-high 16 kills, while Lexi Sun had 12 kills and 15 digs for her second straight double-double. Jazz Sweet added 13 kills, while Lauren Stivrins contributed 10 kills and hit .450. Nicklin Hames had 44 assists and 18 digs, while Kenzie Maloney chipped in 18 digs.

Minnesota out-hit the Huskers .280 to .194. The Huskers had an 11-7 edge in blocks with Stivrins leading the way with five. But Minnesota had four aces to Nebraska's one and out-dug the Huskers, 77-63.

Adanna Rollins had 17 kills to lead the Golden Gophers. Taylor Morgan added 13 kills.

Set 1: Minnesota jumped out to a 7-2 lead, but the Huskers worked back to within 8-6 after a pair of kills by Stivrins. The Golden Gophers pushed their lead back to four at 13-9, but a solo block and a kill by Sweet drew NU within one, 13-12. Minnesota maintained its lead though after a slew of Husker hitting errors made it 17-12 Gophers. Sun struck for three kills to help the Huskers pull within 20-18, but NU could get no closer than two as Minnesota won 25-20.

Set 2: The Huskers went on a 6-1 run to take a 7-3 lead. Foecke and Sun recorded kills, and a solo block by Sun made it 10-5 Huskers. The Golden Gophers chipped away and took a 17-16 lead after a three-point run. After four sideouts, Minnesota went up 20-18 on an Alexis Hart kill. The Gophers led 21-19 when back-to-back blocks by Schwarzenbach - one with Sweet and one with Sun - tied the score at 21-21. After a timeout, the Huskers won a long rally when Minnesota hit long, but Taylor Morgan answered for the Gophers. Foecke put the Huskers back in front 23-22 with her 10th kill, and a block by Stivrins and Sweet gave NU set point at 24-22. After a service error made it 24-23, Sweet put the set away with a kill.

Set 3: The teams went back and forth throughout the beginning of the set, but Minnesota went on an 11-0 run to stake a 23-11 lead. The Gophers went on to win 25-14 to go up 2-1 in the match.

Set 4: Minnesota pulled away to an 11-6 lead after a 7-2 spurt and maintained its five-point lead at the media timeout, 15-10. Minnesota led 18-11 when Stivrins posted a kill and an ace around a Sun kill to cut it to 18-14. NU cut it to three, 19-16, on a block by Sun and Schwarzenbach, but the Gophers never let Nebraska get closer than three and clinched the match with a 25-21 win.

Up Next: The Huskers host Indiana on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. Wednesday's match will be the Huskers' annual "Pink Night" for breast cancer awareness.





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Madison, Wis. - Freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez and sophomore wide receiver JD Spielman produced record-setting performances, but the Nebraska football team came up short in a 41-24 loss at No. 16 Wisconsin on Saturday night in Camp Randall Stadium.

Martinez amassed a Nebraska freshman-record 441 yards of total offense, including a career-high and Husker freshman-record 384 passing yards. He completed 24-of-42 passes and threw two touchdown strikes. He added 57 yards rushing on 13 attempts to give him the fourth-best single-game offensive total in Husker history. It marked his second straight game with more than 400 yards of total offense.

Spielman's record-setting night made an all-time dent in the Big Red record book, as he hauled in nine receptions for a school-record 209 yards, surpassing his 200-yard receiving game against Ohio State as a freshman last season. His 75-yard touchdown reception to open the third quarter was Nebraska's longest play of the season and pulled the Huskers to within 20-10 after trailing by 17 points at the half. Spielman owns the only two 200-yard receiving games in Husker history.

Less than halfway through his sophomore season, Spielman has already climbed to No. 14 on Nebraska's career receiving yardage list with 1,291 yards.

Husker senior wide receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. just missed a 100-yard receiving game, hauling in a career-high-matching eight receptions for 93 yards, giving him 17 straight games with three or more catches.

As a team, Nebraska rolled up more than 500 total yards as a team for the third time in five games this season. The Huskers finished with 518 total yards, including 407 passing. However, Nebraska could not contain the Wisconsin running game, as the Badgers rolled up 370 yards on the ground on their way to 533 total yards. Wisconsin improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the Big Ten, while Nebraska slipped to 0-5 and 0-3 in the conference.

Jonathan Taylor led the Badgers with 221 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries, including an 88-yard touchdown to cap the scoring for Wisconsin early in the fourth quarter. Taiwan Deal added 74 yards on 10 carries with another score, and Garrett Groshek pitched in 73 yards on nine carries. Alex Hornibrook added 163 yards on 13-of-24 passing. Tight end Jake Ferguson hauled in four receptions for 47 yards and a touchdown, while AJ Taylor added three catches for a team-high 60 receiving yards.

Nebraska's defense bent but didn't break in a low-scoring first quarter, holding Wisconsin to just a field goal on its opening drive. The Badgers controlled the ball in the first quarter, but went to the second quarter with just a 3-0 lead.

Wisconsin added a second short Rafael Gaglianone field goal early in the second quarter to take a 6-0 lead, before Nebraska marched into scoring position on its next drive. The Huskers went 61 yards in 10 plays but were unable to punch the ball across the goal line and settled for a 31-yard Barret Pickering field goal to cut the Badger lead to 6-3 with 9:55 left in the first half.

Wisconsin answered with a six-play, 64-yard drive that was capped by Taylor's three-yard plunge to push the margin to 13-3 with 6:51 left in the half.

On the ensuing drive, Martinez moved the Huskers to the Wisconsin 31, but a pair of penalties and a sack sent the Huskers back, and a 4th-and-11 pass from Martinez to Maurice Washington fell incomplete to give the Badgers the ball back with 2:13 left in the half. Wisconsin capitalized on the opportunity and Hornibrook's 14-yard pass to Jake Ferguson sent the Badgers to halftime with a 20-3 lead.

At the half, Wisconsin held an 18:59-11:01 time of possession edge, and the Badgers ran 41 plays compared to 30 for the Huskers.

But Nebraska showed it was not going away quietly, as Martinez threw a strike to a streaking Spielman down the seam on the second play of the second half for a 75-yard touchdown. Pickering's PAT pulled the Huskers within 20-10 with nearly the entire second half remaining.

Taylor continued to carry the load for Wisconsin on the opening drive of its second half, rushing four times for 41 yards, including a 21-yard dash to push the UW lead back to 17 with 11:04 left in the third quarter.

The two teams exchanged touchdowns the rest of the way, as the Huskers played the Badgers even on the scoreboard in the second half and produced 64 more total offense yards than Wisconsin after halftime.

Nebraska returns to Big Ten road action next week at Northwestern. Kickoff between the Huskers and the Wildcats is set for 11 a.m. (CT) with live national television coverage on ABC.

Game Summary
No. 16 Wisconsin 41, Nebraska 24
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018
Madison, Wis. (Camp Randall Stadium)
Attendance: 80,051

First Quarter
7:08 - WIS - Rafael Gaglianone 30 FG, 15 plays, 53 yards, 7:52, WIS 3-0

Second Quarter
12:58 - WIS - Gaglianone 28 FG, 9 plays, 41 yards, 4:12, WIS 6-0
9:55 - NEB - Barret Pickering 31 FG, 10 plays, 61 yards, 3:03, WIS 6-3
6:51 - WIS - Jonathan Taylor 3 run (Gaglianone kick), 6 plays, 64 yards, 2:55, WIS 13-3
0:42 - WIS - Jake Ferguson 14 pass from Alex Hornibrook (Gaglianone kick), 6 plays, 63 yards, 1:31, WIS 20-3

Third Quarter
14:13 - NEB - JD Spielman 75 pass from Adrian Martinez (Pickering kick), 2 plays, 75 yards, 0:47, WIS 20-10
11:04 - WIS - Taylor 21 run (Gaglianone kick), 7 plays, 71 yards, 3:02, WIS 27-10
6:50 - WIS - Taiwan Deal 20 run (Gaglianone kick), 6 plays, 59 yards, 2:56, WIS 34-10
4:20 - NEB - Jack Stoll 12 pass from Martinez (Pickering kick), 8 plays, 75 yards, 2:30, WIS 34-17

Fourth Quarter
12:50 - WIS - Taylor 88 run (Gaglianone kick), 1 play, 88 yards, 0:13, WIS 41-17
9:11 - NEB - Martinez 7 run (Pickering kick), 7 plays, 95 yards, 3:26, WIS 41-24

Kickoff Time: 6:40 p.m.
Time of Game: 3:35





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Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska-Kearney football team scored touchdowns on five of its first six drives and got eight pass breakups on defense to dominate Lindenwood, 41-14, Saturday afternoon at Ron & Carol Cope Stadium at Foster field.

The Lopers (4-2) improve to 3-1 against the Lions (2-4) in Kearney and reach the four win mark for the first time since joining the MIAA in the fall of 2012.

"With the early game (11 a.m. kick), we talked about getting off to a good start and these guys did that. We don't have to say much … these guys come to work every day," said head coach Josh Lynn. "We're not done yet."

UNK's option-based attack had the ball for 39 minutes to rack up 418 total yards (314 rushing and 104 passing). The Lopers led 10-0 after the first quarter, 24-7 at halftime and 38-7 midway through the third.

"We controlled the line of scrimmage and our offensive line played outstanding. We also overcame some penalties that had us starting first and 15, first and 20. All in all, just great execution up front and Alex (McGinnis) got us in the right play," said Lynn.

A total of 28 points was scored over the final six minutes of the first half and in the opening minute of the second half. Head coach Josh Lynn dialed up a fake field goal on fourth and goal from the Lion five-yard with 6:19 left in the second quarter. The call worked to perfection as kick holder/backup quarterback Cody Summers (Denver) tossed a shovel pass to sophomore linebacker Travis Holcomb (Cairo) who was the right edge protector.

"The credit goes to our special teams coordinator Levi Gallas. He came in on Wednesday and drew that up on the board. I told our guys we were going to run the play (fake PAT) after our first touchdown but we didn't get the right look. So we just went ahead and ran it on the (short) field goal," said Lynn.

Now down 17-0, Lindenwood's fast paced offense finally got on track as they drove 65 yards in just 2:47. However, a pooch kickoff didn't work as well as sophomore back Dayton Sealey (St. Cecilia) brought it back 43 yards well into Lion territory.

Aided by a pass interference call on third and 13, UNK recorded its third TD of the game when QB Alex McGinnis (Crete) plunged in from a yard out. That made it 24-7 with just 26 seconds left. The Lions could've scored a gain but senior corner Malik Webb (Roper, NC) batted down a 43-yard "Hail Mary" pass on the final play of the half.

Lindenwood won the coin toss and deferred to the second half. On the second play from scrimmage in the third, redshirt freshman QB Cade Brister fumbled a snap and senior outside backer Cliffond Taylor (Miami) was there to pounce on it. On the very next play junior back Darrius Webb (Allentown, Pa.) scampered in from 13 yards out and to make it 31-7.  

"Every time I have a good game I always credit the offensive line. They played a heck of a game today," said Webb.

The Loper offense ended the day with long TD drives of 68 yards (14 plays), 80 yard (six plays) 88 yards (18 plays) and 88 yards (12 plays). At one point, LWU had run 25 fewer offensive plays than UNK.

Webb reached the 100-yard mark for the third time this year, tallying 127 on 17 carries. He scored twice, pushing his total to an MIAA-best nine. Next, redshirt freshman Montrez Jackson (Trenton, Fla.) had 57 yards on just nine carries, Sealey had 56 on eight totes and McGinnis managed one score and 24 yards on 17 attempts. All toll UNK averaged a healthy 5.1 yards per carry.

"It's nice to win ball games but these guys come to work every single day. On Tuesday we had a good practice, Wednesday we had a good practice. They don't miss a lot of assignments," said Lynn. "Today's effort is as good as team moment as we've had."

McGinnis was an efficient 11 of 14 in the air for 84 yards and one TD. The scoring pass covered 10 yards and went to junior back David Goodwin (Lauderhill, Fla.). Webb led Kearney in catches (four) with true freshman receiver D'angelo Shepherd (Colo. Springs) having a team-best 27 receiving yards.

Lindenwood's offense came in averaging 36 points and 413 yards per game. They were forced to punt three times, turned the ball over twice and were twice stopped on fourth down in the second half. One of those stops came at the Loper five-yard line.

"I say it every week … the credit goes to that front again. Tye (Spies), Jordan (Ingraham), Shane (Henderson), Hinwa (Allieu). They control the front and that allows our linebackers to make plays," said Lynn. "We didn't get as much pressure today as we would've like but our secondary did a great job of covering their receivers. It was good team defense."

The Lions managed just 82 rushing yards on 23 attempts with the elusive Brister going 21 of 41 for 235 yards. Picked off by junior safety Kevin Wilson (Lakeland, Fla.), Brister did throw a 38-yard TD strike to senior back Cameron Sanders late in the first half.

Defensively, Webb had three PBU's with fellow corner Famous McKinnon (Miami) batting down two passes. Next, senior end Tye Spies (Mullen) had the team's lone sack as well as six tackles with safeties Dallas Vaughn (St. Louis) and LaRoy James (Opa-locka, Fla.) both making seven stops. Finally, junior Sal Silvio (Kansas City) had a team-high nine tackles and one PBU.

Lindenwood's defense was led by safeties Darrius Williams (16 tackles; seven solo) and Grady Daniels (13 tackles; eight solo).

"The four wins means a lot. We're all bought in and moving in the same direction," said Spies. "We're all confident in what we're doing. Coach Lynn has brought in the right guys and the players who've stuck around have the right mentality."

UNK heads to nationally-ranked Northwest Missouri State next Saturday.




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Hastings, NE - The state high school softball tournament will start on Wednesday at the Bill Smith Softball Complex. Below is a bracket for each of the three classes. 

BRACKET




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Thursday (10/04/2018)

Bloomfield 30, Randolph 12
Dundy County-Stratton 42, Hitchcock County 40
Lincoln Southeast 21, Lincoln Pius X 14
Medicine Valley 44, Brady 0
Millard West 30, Grand Island 24
Omaha Burke 42, Fremont 7
Osmond 54, Winside 14
Riverside 56, Plainview 10
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 37, Maywood-Hayes Center 18

Friday (10/05/2018)

Adams Central 43, Minden 0
Ainsworth 44, Niobrara/Verdigre 12
Allen 32, Wausa 26
Alliance 42, Gering 14
Aquinas Catholic 52, North Bend Central 14
Arlington 20, Boys Town 6
Ashland-Greenwood 43, Lincoln Christian 7
Aurora 48, Boone Central/Newman Grove 7
BDS 56, Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer 6
BRLD 56, Louisville 20
Beatrice 27, Crete 14
Bellevue West 55, Omaha South 0
Bennington 46, Schuyler 7
Bertrand 46, Elwood 12
Blair 28, Mount Michael Benedictine 12
Boyd County 28, West Holt 15
Bridgeport 35, Southern Valley 6
Burwell 21, Arcadia-Loup City 12
CWCE 26, Stuart 14
Cambridge 62, Alma 12
Centennial 28, Shelby-Rising City 15
Central City 49, Fairbury 0
Central Valley 44, St. Mary's 6
Centura 49, Gibbon 7
Chase County 12, Chadron 8
Clarkson/Leigh 66, Cedar Bluffs 0
Clearwater-Orchard 38, Twin Loup 7
Columbus Lakeview 24, Columbus Scotus 14
Cozad 15, Kearney Catholic 9
Creighton 56, North Central 6
Creighton Preparatory School 60, Omaha Northwest 13
Cross County 54, Nebraska Lutheran 22
David City 21, Twin River 20
Doniphan-Trumbull 41, Superior 0
Douglas County West 44, Fort Calhoun 24
EMF (Exeter-Milligan/Friend) 62, East Butler 18
Elm Creek 28, Amherst 22
Emerson-Hubbard 60, Omaha Christian Academy 8
Falls City Sacred Heart 40, Diller-Odell 14
Freeman 12, Johnson County Central 8
Garden County 34, Wauneta-Palisade 20
Giltner 50, Axtell 28
Gordon-Rushville 6, Hershey 0
Gothenburg 23, Valentine 0
Grand Island Central Catholic 43, Wood River 6
Gretna 39, Elkhorn 21
Hartington Cedar Catholic 40, Crofton 12
Hartington-Newcastle 25, Wynot 20
Harvard 60, Red Cloud 6
Hastings St. Cecilia 21, Raymond Central 10
Hay Springs 45, Crawford 6
Heartland Lutheran 44, Dorchester 27
Hemingford 54, Bayard 12
Howells-Dodge 20, Elkhorn Valley 16
Humphrey St. Francis 60, Elgin Public/Pope John 0
Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 77, Elba 6
Hyannis 53, Cody-Kilgore 12
Johnson-Brock 66, Pawnee City 0
Kenesaw 1, Franklin 0
Kimball 76, Morrill 14
Lawrence-Nelson 49, Blue Hill 16
Lincoln East 59, Omaha Bryan 0
Lincoln High 56, Omaha Benson 14
Lincoln Lutheran 19, Auburn 16
Lincoln North Star 21, North Platte 7
Lincoln Southwest 17, Kearney 15
Lourdes Central Catholic 58, Palmyra 42
Lutheran High Northeast 62, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 42
Malcolm 46, Conestoga 6
Maxwell 56, Leyton/Banner County 6
McCook 63, Holdrege 0
McPherson County/Stapleton 28, Sioux County 25
Meridian 50, Parkview Christian 0
Milford 39, Fillmore Central 0
Millard North 17, Papillion-LaVista 16
Millard South 49, Columbus 14
Minatare 96, Arthur County 56
Mullen 46, Sandhills/Thedford 28
Nebraska Christian 24, Fullerton 12
Nebraska City 14, Falls City 9
Neligh-Oakdale 64, Madison 6
Norfolk 17, Omaha Central 14
Norfolk Catholic 21, Battle Creek 7
Norris 27, Gross Catholic 14
North Platte St. Patrick's 41, Mitchell 21
Oakland-Craig 26, Archbishop Bergan 20
Omaha Concordia 24, Platteview 6
Omaha North 49, Lincoln Northeast 3
Omaha Roncalli Catholic 79, South Sioux City 16
Omaha Skutt Catholic 30, Waverly 14
Omaha Westside 35, Elkhorn South 21
Ord 21, Broken Bow 14
Overton 68, Anselmo-Merna 22
Papillion-LaVista South 50, Bellevue East 0
Pender 48, Mead 42
Pierce 56, Logan View/Scribner-Snyder (LVSS) 7
Plattsmouth 28, Ralston 18
Pleasanton 57, Loomis 14
Ponca 34, Stanton 0
Ravenna 52, Palmer 32
Scottsbluff 34, Lexington 7
Seward 55, Hastings 10
Shelton 14, Heartland 6
Sidney 41, Ogallala 18
Silver Lake 59, Hampton 21
South Loup (Callaway/Arnold) 53, Ansley-Litchfield 8
South Platte 84, Potter-Dix 0
Southern 40, Elmwood-Murdock 12
Southwest 50, Arapahoe 38
Spalding Academy 78, Walthill 12
St. Edward 58, Santee 12
St. Paul 21, ONeill 14
Sterling 54, Deshler 52
Sutherland 54, Perkins County 24
Sutton 62, Sandy Creek 0
Tekamah-Herman 24, Yutan 8
Thayer Central 12, Tri County 8
Wahoo 14, Bishop Neumann 12
Wakefield 38, Guardian Angels Central Catholic 22
Weeping Water 58, Omaha Brownell Talbot 32
West Point-Beemer 23, Wayne 22
Wilber-Clatonia 60, Syracuse 0
Wilcox-Hildreth 92, Eustis-Farnam 46
Winnebago 80, Omaha Nation 26
Wisner-Pilger 54, Homer 12
York 35, Northwest 19




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The Cambridge Trojans and Alma Cardinals squared off on the grid iron Friday night with the Trojans picking up a 62-12 victory behind quarterback Paxton Ross. Ross threw for 5 touchdowns and ran for 2 more. 

The Trojans took the opening drive of the game and went 65 yards on 7 plays capped by an 18 yard td pass from Ross to Deryk Huxoll. Preston Carbaugh would kick the extra point and the Trojans led 7-0. 
Alma would get on the board on their second possesion as QB Daylan Russell would find Nathan Hock for a 19 yard TD. The PAT failed leaving the score 7-6 in favor of the Trojans. 
Cambridge would answer with a score on their next possesion going 55 yards in 3 plays with Spencer Rice finding pay dirt from 2 yards out. The PAT was no good and Cambridge led 13-6. 
After a 3 and out by Alma Cambridge scored on the first play of the drive with Paxton Ross hitting Spencer Rice on a 34 yard TD pass. The PAT failed once again but the Trojans led 19-6. 
Alma would close the gap in the second quarter when Daylan Russell scored from 10 yards out and after a missed PAT the score 19-12 Cambridge. 
The Trojans would score 2 more tds before halftime. The first was 65 yard run by Paxton Ross with Spencer Rice running in the 2 point conversion making it 27-12 and then Ross would again find the endzone this time from 2 yards out. Carbaugh added the PAT and it was 35-12 Trojans at halftime. 

The Trojans would add points on their first drive of the third quarter as Ross would hit Deryk Huxoll for the second time in the game this time from 57 yards out. Carbaugh again added the PAT and it was 42-12. Spencer Rice would add his second rushing TD of the night this time from 3 yards away and after the Carbaugh kick it was 49-12 Trojans. 
Paxton Ross would team up with Preston Carbaugh  twice in the second half, first from 17 yards out making it 55-12 and then from 43 yard out and after Carbaughs kick it was 62-12 for the final score. 

Ross was the Amatuers Bar and Grill offensive player of the game and Lucas tenBensel was the defensive player of the game. 




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Holdrege, NE - The McCook football team would score seven first-half touchdowns in route to a 63-0 win at Holdrege Friday night to defeat the Dusters for win number seven on the year. Holdrege on the loss dropped to 1-6 on the season losing their fifth game in a row. McCook will be back in action on Friday, October 12th hosting 0-6 Gering. Kick off is set for 7pm. Listen live on The Zone 93.9 & thezone939.com. 

9:05 1stQ 40 yard TD pass Berry-Fawver PAT-GMC 7-0
5:27 1stQ 19 yard TD run Sehnert PAT-G  MC 14-0
        1stQ 45 yard TD run Bunger PAT-G  MC 21-0 
1stQ 1 yard TD Run Berry PAT-G  MC 28-8
10:47 2ndQ 14yd TD Run Bunger PAT-G  MC 35-0 
6:18 2ndQ 23 yard TD Run Sehnert PAT-G    MC 42-0 
3:23 2ndQ 46 yard TD Run Bunger PAT-G  MC 49-0 
7:25 3rdQ 10 yard TD Run Jurnigan PAT-G  MC 56-0 
4:23 4th 1yrd TD Run Fisher PAT-G  MC 63-0 

 




Jeff Gross after Holdrege

McCook Highlight's at Holdrege

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Arapahoe, NE - The Southwest Roughriders traveled to Arapahoe to take on the Warriors in High School Football action where Southwest would get a big win on the road on Homecoming night for the Arapahoe Warriors.  Southwest would continue to pound the football on the ground with running backs Kaden Guerrero and Ty Bennett with also some help through the air with Quarter Back Blake Williams.  Southwest improves record to 2-4 on the year as Arapahoe drops to 3-3 on the season as the Roughriders defeated the Warriors 50-36.  Next action for Southwest will be on October 12th hosting Alma, and next action for Arapahoe will also be on October 12th hosting Hitchcock County.

 

Scoring Drive

 

1st Q - 6:00 - 66yd TD pass Blake Williams to Matt Van Pelt - Two Point Conversion Fails - Southwest 6-0

 

2nd Q - 11:39 - 10yd TD run Carson Schroeder - Two Point Conversion Good - Arapahoe 8-6

 

2nd Q - 7:57 - 16yd TD pass Gentry Anderson to Yordi Gutierrez - Two Point Conversion Good - Arapahoe 16-6

 

2nd Q - 53.2 - 17yd TD run Kaden Guerrero - Two Point Conversion Good - Arapahoe 16-14

 

2nd Q - 7.8 - Southwest Grant Slater pick six - Two Point Conversion Good - Southwest 22-16

 

3rd Q - 9:03 - 56yd TD run by Kaden Guerrero - Two Point Conversion Good - Southwest 30-16

 

3rd Q -3:49 - 39yd TD pass Carson Schroeder to Yordi Gutierrez - Two Point Conversion Fails - Southwest 30-22

 

3rd Q - 2:54 - 64yd TD run by Kaden Guerrero - Two Point Conversion Fails - Southwest 36-22

 

4th Q - 11:55 - 1yd TD run by Ty Bennett - Two Point Conversion Fails - Southwest 42-22

 

4th Q - 5:19 - 2yd TD run by Gentry Anderson - Two Point Conversion Good - Southwest 42-30

 

4th Q - 5:11 - 40yd TD run by Kaden Guerrero - Two Point Conversion Good - Southwest 50-30

 

4th Q - 1:20 - 2yd TD run by Gentry Anderson - Two Point Conversion Fails - Southwest 50-36





Nick Brost

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North Platte 1 McCook 3

 
Varsity Singles
1 Zion Moyer lost to A. Munson 6-0, 6-2
2 Syd Wier def H. Barnette 6-0, 6-0
 
Varsity Doubles
1 Caden Bortner/Mason Michaelis def M. Daily/N. Ostrander 6-2, 6-2
2 Logan Barenberg/Isaac Hinze def L. Friedrich/G. Bergeron 6-0, 6-0
The varsity close out the regular season with a duel win, which improves the overall season duel record
to 9-2. Now we continue to prep for the state tournament with three days of practice. Zion will enter
the state tournament with a 28-5 record. Syd will enter state with a 25-7 record. Caden and Mason will
take a 26-7 record into state and Logan and Isaac will defend their 25-2 record as well. State brackets
and seeding’s will be released Monday afternoon.
 
North Platte Junior Varsity 7 McCook Junior Varsity 24
JV Doubles
Joel Gray/Nick Wolvin def C. Stone/D. Younghans 6-1
Joel Gray/Nick Wolvin def T. Hildebrand/C. Zurn 6-0
Joel Gray/Nick Wolvin def B. Little/Z. Florea 6-1
Joel Gray/Nick Wolvin def C. Brady/I. Epler 6-1
Joel Gray/Nick Wolvin def Z. Florea/I. Epler 6-2
Brandan Eckhardt/Paul Stoney def C. Lee/M. Tilford 6-3
Brandan Eckhardt/Paul Stoney def T. Hipwell/J. Stone 6-0
Brandan Eckhardt/Paul Stoney def T. Hildebrand/M. Tratta 6-4
Brandan Eckhardt/Paul Stoney def D. Younghans/K. Pate 6-2
Brandan Eckhardt/Paul Stoney def C. Brady/L. Blank 6-3
Jadon Karp/Davin Brunswick lost to C. Brady/I. Epler 6-3
Jadon Karp/Davin Brunswick def D. Moore/C. Stone 6-5
Jadon Karp/Davin Brunswick def M. Tilford/C. Lee 6-4
Jadon Karp/Davin Brunswick def C. Zurn/T. Hipwell 6-5
Peyton Rambali/Casey Carlin def L. Blank/C. Lukas 6-5
Peyton Rambali/Casey Carlin def C. Zurn/E. Hipwell 6-3
Peyton Rambali/Casey Carlin def J. Stone/L. Blank 6-0
Peyton Rambali/Casey Carlin def B. Little/T. Hildebrand 6-4
Matthew Pochop/Tyler Kinne lost to Z. Florea/D. Moore 6-3
Matthew Pochop/Tyler Kinne def H. Thatcher/J. Kautz 6-2
Matthew Pochop/Tyler Kinne lost to E. Perliner/C. Lukas 6-5
James Neel/Isaac Nielsen lost to E. Mercer/B. Little 6-5
James Neel/Isaac Nielsen def I. Mercer/D. Connelly 6-4
James Neel/Isaac Nielsen def G. Halquist/D. Connelly 6-4
Ian Brown/Hayden Markut lost to M. Tratta/E. Perlinger 6-5
Ian Brown/Hayden Markut def K. Pate/A. Freez 6-0
Ian Brown/Hayden Markut lost to J. Kautz/C. Stone 6-2
Ian Brown/Hayden Markut def H. Thatcher/D. Phillips 6-3
Spencer Rogers/Jason Michael Moreno def B. Diffendaffer/G. Halquist 6-3
Dylan Rouse/Jason Michael Moreno def L. Short/D. Phillips 6-3
Dylan Rouse/Spencer Rogers lost to B. Diffendaffer/I. Phillips 6-3
The junior varsity wrap up their season with a duel win and improve their final record to 8-1. With the
graduation of two seniors, we will be looking to see which players will step up into a varsity spot next
year.
 
Next action: Varsity @ State-Lincoln Thursday 8:00/Friday 8:00





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LA JUNTA, Colo. – The McCook Community College golf team was unable to follow up a solid-first round and surrendered the lead Friday to Eastern Wyoming by 19 shots, 563-582.

 

“It was a disappointing day for MCC but just because I want them to win so bad and they have such potential,” MCC Coach Tyler Loop said.

 

“With that said we had perfect conditions, just didn't execute and some got frustrated with the greens.”

 

Sophomore Ronnie Quick (London, England) finished in second place by following up his 67 Thursday with a 70 Friday for a two-day total of 137.

 

Freshman Chesney Tatman (North Platte) shot a 147, and Freshman KC Carlson (Delta, Colo.) shot a 148. Sophomore Cameron Lampe (Windsor, Colo.) posted an 80 Friday to finish at 150. Freshman Gabe Vielma (McCook) had a 158.

 

Competing as individuals, sophomore Graham Gaspard (Breckenridge, Colo.) shot a 146 and freshman Trevor Oberg (McCook) a 150.

 

Eastern Wyoming’s Harry Walch won the tournament with a 135.

 

“They want to win too but I think they are realizing that it is really tough playing with the lead,” Loop said.

 

The team takes a break from the Region IX schedule Monday and Tuesday and will travel to Gothenburg as Iowa Western Community College will host the Region III Preview Tournament. With discussions for regional re-alignment this will be the opportunity for Region IX teams to see Region III teams. This tournament will not count in the season-long Region IX point standings.

 

The Indians wrap up the fall schedule on Thursday and Friday at Lamar, Colo., for the Lamar Community College meet.

 

TEAM SCORES

 

Eastern Wyoming 286-277 – 563

 

McCook CC 282-300 – 582

 

Northeastern JC 300-300 – 600

 

Otero JC 287-313 – 600

 

Central Wyoming 294-295 – 584

 

Lamar CC Insufficient scores

 

MCC SCORES

 

Ronnie Quick 67-70 – 137

 

Chesney Tatman 72-75 – 147

 

KC Carlson73-75 – 148

 

Cameron Lampe70-80 – 150

 

Gabe Vielma76-82 – 158

 

Graham Gaspard74-72 – 146 *

 

Trevor Oberg74-76 – 150 *

 

*- played as an individuals





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