HARTINGTON — For the 10th straight year, the Haritngton-Newcastle boys’ track team brought home a plaque from the district track meet. This time, though, they had to settle for the
Cedar Catholic’s Matthew Becker (above) leaps into the air in an attempt to get over the high jump bar during Thursday’s Class C District track meet here. Hartington-Newcastle’s Shaye Morten
NORFOLK— The sun came out on Monday for one of the first times this high school golf season.
Cedar Catholic took advantage of the good weather and fired one of its best 18-hole rounds of the season to win the District C3 title.
NORFOLK — Several area athletes will be represented at the 36th annual Northeast Nebraska All-Star Basketball game. The event is set for June 14, with the girls’ game tipping off
HARTINGTON — The Cedar Catholic golf team turned in its best score of the season last week, but it wasn’t quite good enough to top Battle Creek for the Hartington
Hartington-Newcastle’s Lincoln McPhillips (above) lands after a successful high jump just short of the school record. (far left) Turner Korth clears the bar in the pole vault. (left) Belle Harms
CROFTON — Cedar Catholic claimed its third straight MidStates Conference golf title Monday. Cedar has now won six of the last 10 MidStates Conference titles. Since conference records startd back
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