HARTINGTON — The Cedar Catholic Trojans blanked their second straight foe Friday night, beating Homer 39-0. Big plays were the key to the win as seniors Jared Wiebelhaus, Ryan Becker and James Kaiser a lll picked up big TD runs.
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HARTINGTON — No matter how hard an athlete trains, conditions and protects the outer extremities—knees, ankles and shoulders are only supposed to move in one direction. Two Hartington athletes recently suffered injuries to their knees putting them out of action until sometime in the spring. Senior plans came to a halt after Cedar Catholic center and defensive tackle Austin Koch
WAYNE — The Cedar Catholic girls golf team won for the third straight time Wednesday when they took top honors in the eight-team Wayne Invitational. The Lady Trojans won a Triangular at Pierce on Tuesday. Cedar’s Lexie Schommer earned medalist honors at Wayne and also at Pierce. She earned medalist honors last week at West Holt, as well
ATKINSON — Cedar Catholic’s girls golf team fired a 438 to finish five strokes ahead of Battle Creek and win the 10-team West Holt Invitational here Thursday. Cedar’s Lexi Schommer carded a 90 to earn medalist honors. Two other Cedar golfers also finished in the Top 15. Alli Walter and Cassidy Ulrich both fired 112 to finish in 12th
LINCOLN – The Hochstein family of Hartington celebrated a special moment with 91,000 of their closest friends Saturday. Gayle and Barb Hochstein’s youngest son was inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of a Fame Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Russ Hochstein was inducted into the Hall of Fame because of his All American collegiate football career and a successful 12-year
HARTINGTON – Cedar Catholic built a 66-8 halftime lead then cruised to an easy victory Friday at Russ Hochstein Field against Laurel
ATKINSON — The Cedar Catholic girls golf team captured the title here Thursday at the Atkinson West Holt Invitational. Cedar topped the 10-team field to earn the championship hardware. Cedar Catholic’s Lexie Schommer claimed medalist honors.
There shouldn’t be too many surprises Friday night when the Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats travel to Emerson to take on the Emerson-Hubbard Pirates. This will be the 14th meeting between the two teams in the past 20 years. Each team has won seven games in the series with Hartington taking the last four in a row. Even though the two teams are
Russ Hochstein’s childhood dream wa realized years ago. As a little kids growing up in Hartington, he dreamed of some day growing up to play football at Memorial Stadium, and some day maybe even playing football in the National Football League. Never in his wildest dreams could the 1996 Cedar Catholic graduate ever imagined where his love for football would
The Cedar Catholic Trojans and the Aquinas Monarchs used every inch of David City’s Memorial Field in Friday night’s rain-soaked game— every inch except the endzone, that is. For four complete quarters, both teams’ grind-it-out offenses ate up the clock on several long drives, only to have the other teams’ defensive unit halt each and every drive just short