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North Platte, Neb. (June 13, 2018) – Some of the best cowboy and cowgirl talent in the nation converge on North Platte each June for the annual Buffalo Bill Rodeo.

World champions and those in the top fifteen in the world standings will compete for over $100,000 over the four days of the rodeo, June 13-16.

But it was a weekend warrior who leads the steer wrestling after the first day of competition.

Steer wrestler Tee Burress, Piedmont, S.D., leads the pack of 86 steer wrestlers after competition on June 13 with a time of 3.6 seconds.

The 33-year-old cowboy has a wife, three kids and a business to run at home, so he chooses to rodeo on weekends.

He has competed at the North Platte rodeo six or eight times since he began rodeo, but the first time he came, it was in the bull riding.

He rode bulls for several years, switching over to the steer wrestling at age 21, “when I gained twenty pounds,” he joked.

Burress and his father Marty co-own a construction company, which gives them more freedom in their schedule. His dad ropes at local rodeos. “Dad likes to rope, so when he goes and ropes, I stay home,” Burress said, “and when I go and steer wrestle, he stays home. It works out good.”

Burress and his wife have a daughter, who is nine, and sons who are ages four and five. The boys love rodeo. “You can’t keep them away from the arena,” Burress said. “I suppose in another year or two, I’ll have to slow down more to take them to rodeos.” The boys aren’t looking to ride bulls, like their dad did. “Their mother has talked them out of bull riding. They’re talking about being steer wrestlers and ropers,” he said. “I keep telling them they can ride one of those (roping) steers, but they look at me funny. But that’s fine. They can do what they want.”

In the saddle bronc riding, it was a rematch between a cowboy and a bucking horse.

Oklahoma cowboy Hardy Braden, who won his event at the 2017 Buffalo Bill Rodeo, drew the same horse this year that he rode last year, Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Painted Desert.

 

Last year, he scored 86.5 points. This year, it was 81, good enough for the lead but probably not good enough to last through the next three nights of rodeo.

His eight second ride was a battle; the horse turned back towards the chutes instead of going straight out. “It’s a little harder for a bronc rider to spur when the horse is turning back. I was trying to stay off her head the best I could and stay in the saddle, but it was a fight towards the end.”

Last year was magical for Braden. He spent most of the rodeo season in the top 15 in the world standings and qualified for his first Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR). While in Las Vegas for ten days of the WNFR, he earned about $160,000, which he didn’t spend on frivolous things. “The government got a big chunk of it,” he said, “and we invested some of it.” He didn’t buy any more cattle for his herd; (“I have all the cows I can handle”) but he did buy a “toy,” a utility vehicle to be used around his ranch. “I could use it as a tax write-off,” he said. “I figured, why not?”

 Braden is ranked twenty-fourth in the world standings; the top fifteen on September 30, the end of the rodeo year, go on to compete at the WNFR. He’s not concerned about his ranking; he knows the busiest and richest part of the rodeo season is about to start. “There’s still a lot of year left. The months of July, August and September are pretty nuts.” Braden knows qualifying a second time is “attainable. If things go right, and you can draw decent, it’s very attainable.” Drawing good horses to ride is the key. “It’s just trying to find a good dance partner.”

After the morning’s slack and the evening competition, other leaders are bareback rider Grant Denny, Minden, Nev. (81 points), tie-down roper Jordan Ketscher (8.3 seconds), team ropers Curry Kirchner, Ames, Okla. and Chase Boekhaus, Rolla, Kan. (4.4 seconds), barrel racer Kelly Bruner, Millsap, Texas (17.41




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Volleyball fans will get their first look at three McCook Community College freshmen Saturday when MCC hosts the second Wild West All-Star Volleyball Classic in the Peter and Dolores Graff Events Center. The game, featuring area high school graduates, starts at 6 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for children 18 and younger with children four and younger admitted free. This is the second year the college has been in charge of the all-star game, having previously staged through the Sertoma Club. “This year we are going to make it like an actual game and just play the best three out of five,” said MCC Coach Hayley Kobza. “In the past they usually played five sets, but I want to make it different and just make it like an actual volleyball game.” Bryson Mahlberg of Gothenburg will coach the east team and will be assisted by Sam Hammond of Lexington. Their roster includes Gothenburg’s Gracie Stienike, middle/outside/setter and Lexington outside hitter Hana Brock. MCC recruit Bailey Honn, an outside hitter, joins a trio of former McCook High School Bison on the east squad. She will be joined by middle blocker Jaden Bryant and outside hitter Riley Jo Sis. Outside hitter Halle Dahlgren is joined by her Bertrand teammate, setter Kaitlyn Ryan.

The east roster includes a pair of Elwood grads in outside hitter Felicia Knoerzer and setter Manon Martin. Rounding out the east squad are: Sydney Mullen, outside/middle from Maxwell; Emery Swan, libero of Brady, and Cassi Bose, middle blocker of Southern Valley. Katie Lawless of Wauneta-Palisade will coach the west team with her assistant Landon Lawless of Wauneta-Palisade. “The west side coaches are a husband and wife duo. I am excited to watch them coach together, just for the fact I don’t think my husband and I could ever be able to do that” Kobza said. The west roster includes two MCC recruits in Faith Simpson, an outside hitter, middle blocker, setter of Wauneta-Palisade as well as right-side hitter/middle Madison Kleewein of North Platte St. Pat’s. Three teammates from North Platte High School will play for the west including outside hitter Samantha Mauch, middle blocker Kaitlyn Hansen and outsider hitter Gabby Menghini. Other west squad members include: setter/libero Allie Behlke and libero Dawson Jo Latta of Dundy County-Stratton; setter Morgan Hoatson, Sutherland; outside hitter Ragan Nickless of Chase County High School; right-side hitter Skylar Herrick and libero Joslyn Crow of Hershey. “Both teams have solid players, it should be a great match to watch,” said Kobza.

 





Scoring rave reviews in front of a large crowd for their performance at Lincoln County Raceway were victors: Bryan Herrick, Jamey Kennicutt, Casey Woken, Jacob Hagan and Daryl Cauffman in North Platte, Nebraska on Sunday evening.


Veteran wheelman Bryan Herrick of Curtis piloted his hot rod to the win in the IMCA Modified Feature. The Rubber Duck started on the outside of the front row and was able to take the lead on the first lap and never look back as he floated to the win. Putting the pressure on Herrick for much of the feature was Brandon Clough of Wallace. Clough started on the pole and was able to stay in the lead group and out of trouble to finish in the runner-up position. The Brady Bullet Dave Pedersen was up on the wheel from the onset to earn third place honors in the feature event. Cole Hodges of Ogallala and North Platte’s Jay Steffens were fourth and fifth overall in the feature.


Starting up front and staying up front was the formula for success for Gothenburg’s Jamey Kennicutt. Kennicutt was the winner of the IMCA Northern Sport Modified feature event as he held off all challengers during the waning laps after his big cushion was extinguished with late race caution flags. Putting on the heaviest pressure during those waning laps was the duo of Tony Schultz of North Platte and Zach Schultz of North Platte. Tony Schultz was able to hold his position while challenging for the lead to finish in second place. Zach Schultz was able to drive his way onto the podium in third place overall after starting in the fourth row when the green flag was waved. Kerry Jones of North Platte and Jake Wolsleben of Cozad were the fourth and fifth place finishers in the feature race.


For the second week in a row, the Norton Nightmare Casey Woken scored the victory in the IMCA Stock Car feature. Woken of Norton, Kansas started in the fourth row when the green flag dropped. Woken was able to work through traffic and garner the lead on the fifth lap and never look back to claim the win. Working his way into position to pressure Woken was Mikey Dancer of North Platte as he drove his hot rod to a runner-up finish. Having one of his best finishes to date during his rookie season in the division, Robbie Kosmacek of North Platte was the third place finisher in the feature. Kosmacek started the feature in the sixth row to be the hard charger of the feature.


The perseverance and hard work paid off for Jacob Hagan of Kearney as he drove his rocketship to the winners circle in the IMCA Hobby Stock division. Hagan started the feature event on the outside of the second row and was able to drive to the lead on the third lap to prosper in clean air on his way to the win. Jeromy Wagner of Kensington, Kansas was able to drive onto the podium from his third row starting position. Wagner tried nearly everything possible to take the lead away from Hagan, but as the checkered flag flew, he was forced to settle with runner-up honors. Chuck Ledbetter of Loomis had a stellar run during the feature race after starting on the inside of the second row. Ledbetter showcased great consistency throughout the feature to finish third overall.


Getting to the front in the early going and powering his way to the win was Daryl Cauffman of North Platte in the IMCA Sport Compact feature. Cauffman started the feature event in the third row and was able to maneuver through traffic to score the lead on his way to the victory. Putting heavy pressure on Cauffmann throughout the final laps was reigning season points champion Andrew Baumgardner of North Platte. Baumgardner was able to work the high and low grooves but it was Cauffman that remained in the lead and Baamgardner settled for second place accolades. Coming back from an early lap flat tire, Lonnie Lenser Jr of Valentine was heavy on the ‘loud pedal’ to drive from the rear back to the podium where he would earn third place honors.


(Unoffficial Results)

--IMCA Modified Feature: 1. Bryan Herrick; 2.20b-Brandon Clough; 3. 4p-Dave Pedersen; 4. 34jw-Cole Hodges; 5. XII-Jay Steffens; 6. 6c-Cale Osborn; 7. 93h-Klancey Honeycutt.


--IMCA Northern Sport Modified Feature: 1. 15k-Jamey Kennicutt; 2. 55m-Tony Schultz; 3. 55z-Zach Schultz; 4. 12j-Kerry Jones; 5. 01-Jacob Wolsleben; 6. 22w-Brady Weinman; 7. 3-Gary Long; 8. 88-Eric Kackmeister; 9. 69-Adam Kackmeister; 10. 59-Tyler Rajdl.


--IMCA Stock Car Feature: 1. 35jw-Casey Woken; 2. 45-Mikey Dancer; 3. 15r-Robbie Kosmacek; 4. 11k-Kyle Clough; 5. 5d-Travis Demilt; 6. 16w-Jeff Whiting; 7. 03x-Henry Henderson; 8. 24-Bob Chalupa; 9. 75-Dan Eller; 10. 47-Russ Small Jr.


--IMCA Hobby Stock Feature: 1. 72b-Jacob Hagan; 2. 29-Jeromy Wagner; 3. 5-Chuck Ledbetter; 4. 12t-Tanner Jones; 5. 88m-TC McKain; 6. 20b-Brady Henderson; 7. 28d-Devin Bjorklund; 8. 96k-Sean Miller.


--IMCA Sport Compact Feature: 1. 00d-Daryl Cauffman; 2. 44u-Andrew Baumgardner; 3. L2-Lonnie Lenser Jr; 4. 24u-Tom Baumgardner; 5. 26-Marcus Florom; 6. 7e-Quincy Eggleston; 7. 4k-Kyle Filyaw; 8. 03r-Jacob Riewe; 9. 07-Merle Johnson; 10. 84d-Kaden Dady.






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The 2018 Buffalo Bill Rodeo will get underway June 13th-16th at the Wild West Arena in North Platte. Professional cowboys and cowgirls from across the nation will vie for $110,000 in prize money. Rodeo clown and barrelman Mark Swingler will tickle the funny bone of fans each night. Other rodeo personnel includes faces familiar in North Platte: announcer Randy Corley; and bullfighters Quirt Hunt and Zach Call.  Hometown Family Radio able to talk with Mark Swingler about his role as a Rodeo Clown and Barrelman.

 

Reserved seating in the lower grandstand is $20; upper grandstand reserved and general admission tickets for adults are $15 and $7 for kids (ages 12 and under.) For more information, visit www.NebraskaLandDays.com. 

 
  





Mark Swingler

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Lincoln - - The Nebraska Sports Council invites Red Willow County area residents to run a mile with the Cornhusker State Games (CSG) Torch this Saturday, June 9th. There is no entry fee and runners will receive a free T-shirt. The Torch Run is the precursor to the 2018 Cornhusker State Games, which takes place July 20-29 in Lincoln and surrounding communities. Competition is offered in over 60 sports for an estimated 12,000 athletes. The June 9th leg of the Torch Run will kickoff at Chase County High School at 7 a.m. and will be running east along Hwy. 6 until it reaches McCook at approximately 5 p.m. for a Welcome Ceremony in the Walmart parking lot. Runners are responsible for their own transportation and will be scheduled on a first-come-first-serve basis. To sign up, please contact: Pat Hagedorn at 402-471-2544 or hagedorn@nebraskasportscouncil.com The Torch Run, sponsored by the National Guard and Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association, completes its journey on Friday, July 20, when the cauldron is lit at the Games’ Opening Ceremonies at Lincoln’s Seacrest Field. For Cornhusker State Games entry information and to register online log onto: www.cornhuskerstategames.com or call 402-471-2544





North Platte – The North Platte Community College Knights basketball have announced the rosters for the 12th Annual Mid-Plains Area Basketball All-Star Games, which will be held Friday, June 8 at the McDonald - Belton Gymnasium on the South Campus of North Platte Community College.

 

The Girl’s Gold team consists of Emily Arnold from Amherst; Shaley Petersen from Bayard; Kati Moore from Cambridge; Payje Misegadis from Creek Valley; Sydney Wolken from Hershey; Ashlynn Schmaderer from Kearney Catholic; Grace Koubek from Maywood/Hayes Center; Hope Stone and Rachel Lashley from Medicine Valley; Sami Mauch from North Platte; Cassi Bose from Southern Valley; and Bailee Fear from Sutherland. Missy Koenen from Creek Valley and Michael Jorgenson from Hershey will be coaching the Girl’s Gold team

 

On the Girl’s Black team, it consists of Madison Christophersen from Brady; Samantha Schmid from Creek Valley; Jasmine Youngquist from Hitchcock County; Haylee Evans and Mari Farr from Medicine Valley; Janessa Madsen from Minden; Katy Hansen and Kyilee Elsten from North Platte; Maggie Earl from Perkins County; Hannah Higgins from Sandhills/Thedford ;and Ansley Wood and Hannah Nelson from Wallace. The Girl’s Black team will be coached by Michael Buchanan from Wallace and Derek Bantam from Medicine Valley.

 

The Boy’s Gold team consists of Colton Lovitt from Brady; Mason McMeen from Broken Bow; Paul White from Maywood/Hayes Center; Hunter Potthoff from McCook; Luke Christen from Mullen; Christian Ramos and Zavion Mitchell from North Platte; Dawson Helmer, Ryan Fox, and Treyton Hebblethwaite from Paxton; and Tyler Heiss from St. Pat's. Jimmie Pack from North Platte High School will be coaching the Boy’s Gold Team.

 

The Boy’s Black team consists of Corbin Mironenko from Arthur County; Bryce Burry from Bayard; Padyn Borders from Broken Bow; Tyler Johnson from Hershey; Wesley Wach from Maywood/Hayes Center; Clayton Stevens from McCook; Grant Edgecombe from Minden; Jeff Storer from Paxton; Connor Dormann from Sidney; Cade Connell from South Loup; Chaston Burgeson from Southern Valley; and Gary White III from St. Pat's. Jeff Cole from South Loup will be coaching the Boy’s Black team. The Girl’s game will begin at 6 p.m., with the boy’s game to follow at 7:45 pm

 

Admission is $5.00 and can be purchased at the door. ESPN 1410 Radio will be broadcasting the games and on the Internet at www.northplattepost.com. They will also be livestreamed at www.npccknights.com.

 





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Saying that the competition was fierce would be an understatement when looking at the heated action at the Lincoln County Raceway on Saturday night in North Platte, Nebraska. When all the smoke cleared, Colton Osborn, Jamey Kennicutt, Casey Woken, Luke Wassom and Andrew Baumgardner were the last ones standing as they earned trips to the winners circle.

Taking advantage of a tacky race track, Colton Osborn of Cozad was the victor in the IMCA Modified feature. Osborn started in the second row and was able garner the lead on the seventh lap as he never looked back on his way to winning the feature event. Working his way through traffic, Jeremy Frenier of Ft. Morgan, Colorado was able to drive into contention near the midway point of the feature and then stay ‘up on the wheel’ to earn runner-up accolades. Coming from his third row starting position, Cale Osborn of Cozad was third overall in the feature event after starting his evening off on the right foot with a heat race victory. David Murray Jr of Oberlin, Kansas also was a heat race winner in the division.

Starting on the front row, Jamey Kennicutt of Gothenburg was able to lead every lap to earn the win in the IMCA Northern Sport Modified feature. Heat race winner Kennicutt was able to hold off all challenges during the waning laps to notch the victory. Putting all sorts of pressure on Kennicutt during the feature event was runner-up finisher Zach Schultz of North Platte. Schultz was among the leaders from the onset as he started on the inside of the second row when the green flag dropped. After having mechanical issues during the heat race, Kerry Jones of North Platte was able to solve the formula with his hot rod to turn the corner in the feature event as he drove his way onto the podium in third place overall.

In one of the most competitive feature events, there were four different lead changes as the IMCA Stock Cars continued their close competition that heated up during the ‘King of the Hill’ event that was won by Casey Woken of Norton, Kansas. The Norton Nightmare Casey Woken was able to drive his way onto the podium from deep, as he started on the outside of the fifth row when the green flag dropped. Woken was able to gain the lead on the tenth lap where he set sail for the finish in fine fashion. Prior to Woken gaining the lead, Robbie Kosmacek was the leader for much of the first half of the feature event. Taking advantage of the circumstances presented to him on the waning laps, Dan Eller of North Platte was the second place finisher in the feature event. Eller was able to persevere through on track incidents to make the best to earn runner up honors. Being among the leaders from the onset, Jeff Whiting of Gothenburg started on the inside of the second row. Whiting’s efforts to stay among the lead group was rewarded with a third place finish in the feature event. Whiting along with feature winner Woken were the heat race winners in earlier in the evening competition.

The fans in the stands were on the edge of their seats during the final laps of the IMCA Hobby Stock feature that was won by Awesome Luke Wassom of Broken Bow. Wassom started the feature event in the fourth row and was in a see-saw battle for the lead during the waning laps. Wassom was able to make a move during the final lap that paid off dearly on his way to winning the feature event. Coming home in second place overall was Jeromy Wagner of Kensington, Kansas. Wagner started the feature event in the third row and was able to be in the thick of things throughout the feature to be rewarded with runner-up accolades. Showcasing great consistency throughout the feature, Nate Refior of Sutton, Nebraska saw his efforts pay off with a podium finish in third place overall. Wagner was joined by Jacob Hagan of Kearney in winning heat races in the hobby stock division.

Wasting no time in getting to the front of the field, Andrew Baumgardner of North Platte drove to the front and then never looked back in winning the IMCA Sport Compact feature. Baumgardner started in the fifth row when the green flag was waved and took the lead on the fourth lap after accidents that occurred during the early going. Recovering from early lap tire changes, Quincy Eggleston of Valentine was able to build up his momentum to finish strong to the tune of runner-up honors. Having one of his best performances to date, Kaden Dady of North Platte crossed the finish line in third place overall.


(Unofficial Results)

--IMCA Modified Feature: 1. 50c-Colton Osborn; 2. 17j-Jeremy Frenier; 3. 6c-Cale Osborn; 4. 4p-Dave Pedersen; 5. 0hp-Bryan Herrick; 6. XII-Jay Steffens; 7. 4c-Charley Brown; 8. 34jw-Cole Hodges; 9. 97m-David Murray Jr. 10. 93h-Klancey Honeycutt.

Heat Race Winners: 6c-Cale Osborn; 97m-Murray

--IMCA Northern Sport Modified Feature: 1. 15k-Jamey Kennicutt; 2. 55z-Zach Schultz; 3. 12j-Kerry Jones; 4. 511-Zach Buesing; 5. 88-Eric Kackmeister; 6. 4-Colton Aspenleiter; 7. 69-Adam Kackmeister.

Heat Race Winners: 15k-Kennicutt

--IMCA Stock Car Feature: 1. 35jw-Casey Woken; 2. 75-Dan Eller; 3. 16w-Jeff Whiting; 4. 5d-Travis Demilt; 5. 15r-Robbie Kosmacek; 6. 03-Ben Arvdal; 7. 72h-Jim Hagan; 8. 47-Russ Small Jr; 9. 45-Mikey Dancer; 10. 24-Bob Chalupa.

--IMCA Hobby Stock Feature: 1. 2w-Luke Wassom; 2. 29-Jeromy Wagner; 3. R89-Nate Refior; 4. 99m-Allyn Myers; 5. 12t-Tanner Jones; 6. 5-Chuck Ledbetter; 7. 20b-Brady Henderson; 8. 72b-Jacob Hagan; 9. 96k-Sean Miller; 10. 28d-Devin Bjorklund.

Heat Race Winners: 29-Wagner, 72b-Hagan.

--IMCA Sport Compacts Feature: 1. 44u-Andrew Baumgardner; 2. 7e-Quincy Eggleston; 3. 84d-Kaden Dady; 4. 71c-Christian Destefano; 5. 00d-Daryl Cauffman; 6. 07-Merle Johnson; 7. 15-Gary Molt; 8. L2-Lonnie Lenser Jr; 9. 24u-Tom Baumgardner.

Heat Race Winner: 7e-Eggleston.






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Athletic Director Bill Moos, Head Coach Scott Frost and members of the Nebraska football staff will visit all areas of Nebraska as part of the Husker Nation Tour presented by First National Bank. The two-day, 26-town blitz will take place on Monday, June 11 and Tuesday, June 12. All events in the Husker Nation Tour are free and open to the public and give Nebraska fans a chance to meet the coaching staff as preparations continue for the 2018 season. The tour will kick off with Frost, Moos and Associate A.D. for Football Matt Davison highlighting a trip to Scottsbluff and Alliance on Monday. The trio will be at the Gering Civic Center for a mid-day event on Monday, followed by an early evening event at Newberry's in downtown Alliance. Monday evening events will also take place in Valentine (Troy Walters, Mike Dawson) and Ogallala (Erik Chinander, Frank Verducci), before the staff meets fans in 22 towns on Tuesday, June 12. Tuesday groups include Walters and Dawson (O'Neill, Aurora, Seward); Chinander and Verducci (Imperial, McCook, Lexington); Jovan Dewitt and Ryan Held (Kearney, Hastings, Geneva, York); Barrett Ruud and Sean Beckton (Norfolk, South Sioux City, West Point, Blair); Travis Fisher and Mario Verduzco (Wahoo, Fremont, David City, Beatrice) and Moos, Greg Austin and Zach Duval (Falls City, Auburn, Plattsmouth, Gretna).

2018 Husker Nation Tour Presented by First National Bank

MONDAY, JUNE 11
STAFF TOWN TIME LOCATION
Bill Moos, Scott Frost,
Matt Davison
Scottsbluff
Alliance
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Gering Civic Center
Newberry's

 

Erik Chinander,

Frank Verducci

 

Ogallala

 

5:30 - 7 p.m.

 

Open Range Grill

 

Troy Walters,

Mike Dawson

 

Valentine

 

5:30 - 7 p.m.

 

Bolo Brewery & Tap Room

 

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 12
STAFF TOWN TIME LOCATION
Erik Chinander,
Frank Verducci
Imperial

 

McCook

 

Lexington

8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

 

1 - 2 p.m.

 

5 - 6 p.m.

Chase County Fair

 

Coppermill Steakhouse

 

LakeShore Marina Bar

Troy Walters,

Mike Dawson

O'Neill

 

Aurora

 

Seward

8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

 

1 - 2 p.m.

 

4 - 5 p.m.

O'Neill Community Center

 

Bremer Community Center

 

Hall-County Fairgrounds

Jovan Dewitt,

Ryan Held

Kearney

 

Hastings

 

Geneva

 

York

8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

 

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

 

3 - 4 p.m.

 

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

First National Bank (Downtown)

 

Lochland Country Club

 

Rialto Theater

 

Holthus Convention Center

Sean Beckton,

Barrett Ruud

Norfolk

 

South Sioux City

 

West Point

 

Blair

9 - 10 a.m.

 

12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

 

3 - 4 p.m.

 

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Norfolk Country Club

 

Hy-Vee

 

Nielsen Community Center

 

Woodhouse Auto Family

Travis Fisher,
Mario Verduzco
Wahoo

 

Fremont

 

David City

 

Beatrice

8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

 

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

 

2 - 3 p.m.

 

5 - 6 p.m.

Hilltop Country Club

 

Sid Dillon Chevrolet

 

Par IV Restaurant & Lounge

 

The Black Crow

Bill Moos,

Greg Austin,

Zach Duval
Falls City

 

Auburn

 

Plattsmouth

 

Gretna

9 - 10 a.m.

 

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

 

2:30 - 3:30 p.m.

 

5 - 6 p.m.

Pritchard Auditorium

 

Arbor Manor

 

Plattsmouth Community Center

 

Spikers Sports & Spirits


 

 





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The 2nd Annual Wild West All-Star Volleyball Classic (Formerly known as Sertoma) will take place on Saturday June 16th at 6pm CT at the Peter and Delores Graff Event Center in McCook.  Admission is $8 Adults and $5 for children 18 and under. The game is sponsored by the McCook Community College Volleyball team. Hometown Family Radio's Coyote Country 105.3 FM and online coyote105.com will air the matches.





With kickoff for the 2018 football season less than 100 days away, Husker fans have the opportunity to be a part of the game-day experience at Memorial Stadium this fall. The Nebraska Athletic Department will place approximately 600 remaining season tickets on sale on Wednesday, May 30 at 10 a.m. Fans interested in purchasing tickets may do so at Huskers.com/tickets or by calling 1-800-8-BIG RED. The remaining seats are located in both end zones of Memorial Stadium and are at lower donation levels, beginning at $150 per seat. Purchases will be limited to four tickets per account. “I have heard from many Husker fans who want to be there from the start of the Coach Frost era, and this is a great opportunity to do just that,” Athletic Director Bill Moos said. “It is also important to me that we have as many new season ticket holders as possible at Memorial Stadium, so we are limiting the number of tickets one individual can purchase.” Season tickets for the 2018 football season are $399 for a seven-game ticket package, or $57 per game. Season ticket holders receive the benefit of more than a 20 percent cost savings versus the price of single-game tickets. New season ticket buyers will pay for their tickets and donation at the time of purchase.





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