HARTINGTON — COVID-19 has hit the sporting world hard.
Everybody is just going to have to play it by ear, said HNS golf coach Ken Kneifl.
“Of utmost importance is the health and safety of the kids and of everyone. Of course, we want to play and compete but really, we need to do what is necessary to get this virus under control,” he said.
Then of course, a season in limbo is not something easy to wrap your mind around.Read more
HARTINGTON — Seventh-grade twins, Ayden and Madelyn Rosener, and fellow Hartington-Newcastle student, Shawn Pinkelman, have found a way to parlay their love for swimming into success in the pool
The Roseners, who attend junior high at Hartington-Newcastle public schools, are members of the Vermillion (S.D.) Area Swim Team that took part at the state short course meet March 1 in Watertown, S.D., at the Prairie Life Wellness Center and came back with plenty of hardware.
They also booked passage to the regional meet at the University of Minnesota March 29.Read more
Alan Dale Cedar County News
HARTINTON — COVID-19 has had no empathy for any walk of life across the planet while sports have taken a big hit across the globe.
This includes high school sports throughout America and the state, as the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) has halted all practices in Nebraska until the end of the month, and competition until April 2.
The Cedar Catholic track team had plenty of hope for this season – ones that are still intact today – and await the state’s decision on going forward.
“This is all uncharted waters for us, so we are trying to go on at this point,” Trojans head coach Chad Cattau said. “We have created a Facebook page for our team members, and we are placing daily workouts on there for them to follow.”Read more
The Laurel-Concord- Coleridge boys basketball team steamrolled through the state tournament to claim the Class D1 State title last weekend. The Bears never played a close game in their three-day state tourney run, earning a 45-point win over Southern Valley in the state title game. (above) Ty Erwin prepares to pass the ball off to Austin Hall, who positions himself near the basket as Noah Schutte prepares for the rebound during action Saturday morning at the Pinnacle Bank Arena. (right) LCC senior Ty Erwin was one of the last players to help cut down the net after the game.Read more
LINCOLN — In a proactive effort to prevent the potential for spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at its facilities, parks and events, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is limiting some public access. The Commission aims toRead more