BLOOMFIELD — The Hartington-Newcastle team bus was loaded down with hardware on their way back from the Rolling Hills Country Club last week. The Wildcat runners earned a pair of
Hartington-Newcastle came alive in the second half to earn a 40-20 win over Wynot during Parents’ Night action at Russ Hochstein Field. Wildcat quarterback Shaye Morten (above) tries to break
HARTINGTON – The Lady Wildcats put together a 2-1 mark during Saturday’s Hartington Tournament. The Lady Cats lost more than just one game, though, they also lost an important cog
HARTINGTON — The new kid on the block has had more hits for Hartington-Newcastle cross country than Mark Wahlberg had in the Top 40. Seriously. The Cedar Catholic freshman Carson
WALTHILL — The Wynot Lady Blue Devils picked up a pair of road wins last week, sweeping both Walthill and Emerson-Hubbard. Coach Tammy Wieseler was pleased with her team’s effort.
HARTINGTON — Cedar Catholic hung right with state-rated Ponca through all four sets here Thursday, but the Lady Trojans were only able to come out on top in one set.
WISNER — The Wynot Lady Blue Devils walked away from Saturday’s Wisner Tournament with a pair of losses, but a lot more experience under their belts. The Lady Devils now
HARTINGTON — The Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats turned up their offense in the second half of their battle with Wynot Friday to pull away for a big 40-20 win. Hartington-Newcastle’s record improved
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