`DAVID CITY — Cedar Catholic and David City Aquinas battled toe to toe for four quarters in Friday’s season-opener. Neither team was able to crack the goal line during regulation, but the Monarchs earned a 7-0 win in the overtime thriller.
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Season Champions Nick Puppe, Blair Kalin, and Jeff Ebberson finished the 2014 season as overall champions for the Coleridge Golf League Tuesday, Aug. 19. The three-man team jokingly said their secret to success was the “lucky #12 golf cart.”
MITCHELL, S.D. — The Wynot Expos will go after their third straight S.D. Class B State Amateur Baseball Tournament win Thursday night when they take on Irene at 6 p.m. at Cadwell Park. Wynot edged Lennox 3-1 in their tourney opener last Thursday. In Monday’s second-round game, the Expos topped Akron, Iowa, 6-0. The shut-out win provided some payback for
The second-seeded Wynot Expos squeaked out a 3-2 win over Menno here Friday in opening round action of the District 6B Tournament. The top finishers in the tourney will advance to the South Dakota Amateur Baseball Tournament. The Wynot Expos used a two-run fourth inning to break open a 1-1 tie, then went on to earn a 3-2 victory over
NORFOLK— Cedar Catholic graduate Taylor Kathol was named as the Defensive MVP for the Red Team in last week’s Northeast Nebraska All Star Football Classic. Kathol, who will play this fall for the University of Sioux Falls, recorded four tackles and hauled in an interception for the Red Team, which earned the 20-14 win.
NORFOLK — Several area athletes will take part in this summer’s Northeast Nebraska All Star Football Classic. Hartington High School’s Ty Dybdal, and Taylor Kathol and Connor Wieseler of Cedar Catholic, and Davis Wieseler of Wynot will all play on the Red Team. Hartington High School’s Blair Kalin and Terry Kathol of Cedar Catholic will be assistants for the Red
LINCOLN — The Cedar Catholic golf team finished the season in fourth place at last week’s Class C Golf Tournament at Mahoney Golf Course here. Dalton Lammers fired a 150 to lead the team with seventh-place honors Lammers shot a 74 on the first day and came back on the second day with a 76 to finish with 10 over
LINCOLN – Dalton Lammers fired a 150 to earn seventh=place honors and lead Cedar Catholic to a fourth-place finish in the Class C State Golf Tournament.Lammers shot a 74 on the first day and came back on the second day with a 76 to finish with 10 over par. Hastings St. Cecilia won the state title with a Rylee Reinertson
HARTINGTON – Cedar Catholic is in third place after the first day of action at the Class C State Golf Tournament. Dalton Lammers led the team with a 74, which was the eighth best round of the day. Plainview’s Sam Meurot led the entire field after the first day with a 68. Hastings St. Cecilia had the first day lead
Hartington Wildcat boys’ track team came up a little short in their goal to repeat as Class D State champions last week. Hartington finished the state meet in third place, nine-and-a-half points behind State Champion Falls City Sacred Heart. The finish marks the third best finish in school history. Even though the Cats weren’t able to pull off the repeat,