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Class B-9 Softball Sub-District Bracket has been released.  The B-9 Sub-District will be played in Gothenburg.

B-9 Sub-District Bracket

Class C-4 Results 

Class C-5 Results

Class C State Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, October 14th and finish on Tuesday, October 15th.  At Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte.


A critical switch to zone defense in the second half helped the Cloud County T-Birds down the McCook Community College men Friday 84-82 in the Region IX vs. Region V shootout.

The two teams were tied at 45 at halftime, but the Indians were able to take control offensively in the second half and scored on 10 straight possessions and led by nine points with 11:44 left in the game. Cloud County switched to a zone defense and the Indians went cold scoring on only two of the next 15 possessions.

“That was frustrating that we didn’t make the adjustments but Cloud County deserved to win,” MCC Coach Brandon Lenhart said.

The Indians shot 41.7 percent from the field in the first half, made four of 10 3-point shots and 11 of 12 free throws (91.7 percent). Those numbers cooled off to 37.9 percent in the second half, 34.8 from the 3-point line and nine of 15 from the foul line (74.1 percent.)

“We shot the ball well in the first half but not in the second, we were a plus in rebounding in the first but not the second,” Lenhart said. “We fouled too much in crucial situations,”

Sophomore Peanut Cunningham (Louisville, Kent.) led MCC in scoring with 21 points and tied for the team lead with seven rebounds. Freshman Mardrez McBride (Augusta, Ga.) scored 17 points and picked up six boards. Sophomore Ron Rice (New York, N.Y.) scored 13 points with five rebounds. Freshman Kailee White Jr. (Henrietta, N.Y.) scored 10 points and picked up seven rebounds.

Alvin Thompson led the T-Birds with 24 points.

Cloud County won the rebound battle 47-40, turned the ball over fewer times than MCC 17-13.

Cloud County improves to 4-1 and will travel to North Platte Saturday.

The Indians, now 3-3, continue the two-day look at Region V teams hosting Garden City Community College at 4 p.m. Saturday in the Peter and Dolores Graff Events Center.

MCC will travel to Columbus Tuesday (7:30 p.m.) to play Central Community College in the Indians’ first game in the Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference.

The next home game for MCC is Nov. 28 when the Indians host York College JV at 6 p.m.

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SCOTTSBLUFF---Coaches have been selected for the 2019 West Nebraska All-Star Football Game. This marks the 42 nd year for the West Nebraska All-Star Football Game. The 2019 football game will be played Saturday, June 8 th at Bearcat Stadium in Scottsbluff. Game time is 7 p.m. MDT. Jimmie Rhodes from Michell will lead the West team. Assisting him will be

Brent Bauer (Ogallala), Nick Kuxhausen (Mitchell) and JJ Ozuna (Minatare). Brian Cargill from Cozad will lead the East team in 2019. Assisting Coach Cargill will be Ron Bubak (Cozad), Dustin Kronhofman (Arapahoe) and Dreu Young (Cozad). A portion of the proceeds from the West Nebraska All-Star Games benefit local organizations.


SCOTTSBLUFF—The volleyball coaches have been selected to lead the West and East teams for the 35 th annual West Nebraska All-Star Volleyball Game. This year’s game will be played Saturday, June 8th in Scottsbluff at Cougar Palace on the campus of Western Nebraska Community College. Game time is 2 p.m. MDT. Jodi Craig from Leyton will lead the West team. Assisting her will be Blakelee Hoffman (Chadron) Leading the East team will be Belinda Coble from Mullen. Randi Atkins (Arnold) will be her assistant. A portion of the proceeds from the West Nebraska All-Star Games benefit local organizations.


Colby Community College came up with three runs in the top of the ninth inning Tuesday to beat McCook Community College 5-4.

Both teams scored a pair of first-inning runs which held until MCC scored a run in the fifth inning. That 3-2 lead lasted until the ninth inning.

McCook Community College freshman starting pitcher Anthony Kingsbury (Gatineau, Quebec) walked the first Trojan he faced then gave up a two-run homerun, but settled down the rest of the way.

The Indians knotted the game in the bottom of the first inning, sophomore Ricardo Jimenez, (Hialeah, Fla.) doubled to lead off the frame and Mark Starks (Blair) was hit by a pitch. Jimenez went to third on a fly ball and scored on a Parker Kretzel (Thornton, Colo.) ground out. Both runners advanced on a passed ball and Starks scored on an error by the catcher.

In the top of the fifth, Colby loaded the bases on two singles and a hit batter but Kingsbury struck out the next three hitters to end the threat.

Jimenez drew a one-out walk in the fifth inning and later scored on an outfield error to take a 3-2 lead.

Jimemez’s first inning double was the only hit for the Indians until the eighth inning when Kretzel singled.

Kingsbury pitched the first eight innings, allowing seven hits, two earned runs, two walks and nine strikeouts.

Freshman Yasnier Laureano (Anderson, S.C.) came on for the ninth inning but walked the first hitter, who stole and scored on a single to tie the game. The Trojans added two more runs in the inning on a walk, two wild pitches, a hit batter and a two-run single.

Trailing 5-3, freshman Kaleb Taylor, (McCook) led off the bottom of the ninth inning with a line drive home run to left field to cut the margin to one run. Freshman Trevor Pacheco (Pueblo, Colo.) followed with a pinch-hit single but Colby’s Blake Gallagher struck out the next three MCC hitters to end the game.

Colby improves to 31-14 with the win.

MCC falls to 15-23 and will take on Southeast Community College Wednesday in a critical Region IX doubleheader starting at 2 p.m.

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Isaac Copeland Jr. led four Huskers with 23 points, as No. 24 (coaches) Nebraska improved to 4-0 with an 85-62 victory over Missouri State in the Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker.

Copeland hit 9-of-14 shots, including a pair of 3-pointers and added seven rebounds and four assists in posting his first 20-point game of the season and 10th of his collegiate career.

Glynn Watson Jr. added 16 points and four assists, while Isaiah Roby and Nana Akenten added 13 and 11 markers, respectively. Roby also had seven boards and four assists, while Akenten had a trip of 3-pointers in 18 minutes off the bench as Nebraska posted its fourth straight win by at least 20 points.

Nebraska shot 51 percent from the field, including 13 3-points, while blistering the nets at 59 percent after halftime to pull away down the stretch after the Bears kept it close for most of the first 30 minutes.

Missouri State got to 43-37 after a dunk by Obediah Church, but Nebraska rallied for seven straight points, the last coming off a steal and layup by Allen to make it 50-37 with 14:35 left.

The Bears (3-1) got to within 64-53 after a basket from Deandre Cook, but Nebraska used another 7-0 run to put the game out of reach, pushing the lead to 18, at 71-53 with 5:51 remaining.

Cook led MSU with 22 points, while Garred Dixon and Kabir Mohammed added 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Nebraska got 10 first-half points apiece from Watson Jr. and Copeland Jr, as the Huskers took a 36-29 halftime lead.

The Huskers, who shot 44 percent from the half, led 15-12 after a Mohammed basket before the Huskers went on a run. Nebraska out-scored the Bears, 11-2, including seven straight from Copeland, to build its largest lead of the half at 26-14 with 5:54 left in the half.

Missouri State chipped away at the Husker lead, hitting four of five shots to pull to within 29-26 after a Cook 3-pointer to force a Husker timeout with 2:33 left in the half. Cook led MSU with 11 first-half points, as the Bears shot 38 percent but committed 11 turnovers that led to 16 Husker points.

The Huskers then ran off seven straight points, including 3-pointers from Watson and Thomas Allen, to stretch the lead to 10, at 36-26 with 53 seconds left in the half before Jarrod Dixon’s 3-pointer pulled Missouri State with seven at the break.

Nebraska will play the winner of tonight’s second game between USC and Missouri State tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN2 and on the Husker Sports Network.

Nebraska Postgame Notes*-Nebraska has scored 80+ points in their first four games for the first time since the 1992-93 season.
*-The Huskers have won all four games by at least 23 points.
*-Isaac Copeland Jr. had his first 20-point game and 10th of his career, finishing with 23 points.
*-Thomas Allen has a career-high five steals, including four in the first half. His previous high was three against Southeastern Louisiana.
*-Nebraska has shot 50 percent or higher in three of its four games, while holding all four opponents under 42 percent.
*-Nebraska has blocked six or more shots in all four games.
*-Copeland and Watson have been in double figures in all four of the Huskers’ games.
*-Isaiah Roby’s four assists in a career high, topping his previous best of three.
*-James Palmer Jr. was held to eight points, the first time in 18 games he was held out of double figures.
*-With the win, Tim Miles tied Doc Sadler for fourth on NU’s career wins list with 101.


SCOTTSBLUFF – The Western Nebraska Community College men rolled to a 123-86 win over McCook Community College Tuesday at Cougar Palace.

The Cougars made 19 of 33 shots (57.6 percent) from beyond the 3-point line and out-scored MCC 57-24 from the 3-point line. For the game Western Nebraska shot 60 percent from the field, dished out 27 assists and committed nine turnovers.

Western’s Jervay Green led all scorers with 29 points. Dru Kuxhausen had 29 points.

The Cougars improve to 16-5 overall, 9-2 at home, and 3-0 in South Sub-Region IX play and travel to North Platte Friday. The Knights were an 80-78 winner Tuesday over Northeastern Junior College.

Freshmen Miles Black (Jonesboro, Ga.) and Mardrez McBride (Augusta, Ga.) each had 20 points for the Indians. Sophomore Peanut Cunningham (Louisville, Kent.) scored 19 points.

Both teams had 44 rebounds. Black led the Indians with five.

The Indians fall to 7-11 and continue with the four-game road swing to start South-Sub Region IX play Friday at Northeastern Junior College (9-11) in Sterling, Colo. The Plainsmen dropped an 80-78 decision Tuesday at home against North Platte.

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York won the B7 Sub-District Softball tourney earlier this week. Aurora finished second. GICC settled for third. 

We wrap up the season with Aurora Coach Ashton Voss and GICC Coach Brock Culler 

Brock Culler

Ashton Voss

The Grand Island Central Catholic football team opens the season in two weeks against Malcolm at Viking Field. GICC was one of the most improved teams in the region last year, going 5-4. Here's a preview with Coach Tim Dvorak. We'll have all the Crusader games on AM 1430 KRGI/105.5 FM

Tim Dvorak

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