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Friday, Sept. 30

Area Football Scores
Ainsworth 52, EPPJ 44
Elkhorn Valley 58, North Central 0
Hartington Cedar Catholic 42, West Holt 0
Boyd County 30, Niobrara/Verdigre 28
Sandhills/Thedford 49, Anselmo-Merna 8
Gordon-Rushville 33, Valentine 13
O’Neill St. Mary’s 58, CWC 12
Pierce 54, O’Neill 20
Neligh-Oakdale 64, Summerland 36
Twin Loup 38, Burwell 14
Cody-Kilgore 55, Crawford 0
Arcadia-Loup City 45, Pleasanton 28
Plainview 66, Lutheran High Northeast 52

Thursday, Sept. 29

Area Football Scores
Stuart 56, St. Edward 22
Norfolk Catholic 28, Battle Creek 7

Area Volleyball Scores
O’Neill def. Ainsworth, 25-18, 25-20, 25-21
Summerland def. North Central, 25-18, 25-16, 25-12
Stuart def. Osmond 25-18, 25-12, 25-4
Hershey def. Valentine, 25-16, 26-24, 25-13
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Elkhorn Valley, 22-25, 25-18, 25-22
Elkhorn Valley def. CWC, 25-6, 25-10
Pender def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-14, 25-18
Tri County Northeast def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-21, 25-17
Broken Bow def. Ravenna, 25-19, 25-15
Holdrege def. Broken Bow, 25-22, 25-13
Minden def. Centura, 25-18, 25-16
Minden def. Sandy Creek, 25-10, 25-11

West Holt Cross Country Invitational
Atkinson-Stuart Country Club
Girls Team Scores

1. Ainsworth, 12; 2. O’Neill, 21; 3. Elkhorn Valley, 24; 4. West Holt, 32; 5. Neligh-Oakdale, 49; 6. Boone Central, 58; 7. Valentine, 75; 8. Riverside, 85; 9. Ord, 96; 10. Niobrara-Verdigre, 104; 11. Burwell, 110; 12. St. Edward, 140.

Top 10
1. Katherine Kerrigan, AHS, 20:49; 2. Maddie Davis, WH, 21:05; 3. Taya Dickau, O’N, 21:22; 4. Emma Kennedy, AHS, 21:56; 5. Joslynn Larson, EV, 22:022; 6. Ashley Dickau, O’N, 22:08; 7. Payton Moody, AHS, 22:25; 8. Keira Taylor, NC, 22:26; 9. Ava Hoffman, WH, 22:38; 10. Natasha Zeisler, Boyd County, 22:47.

Ainsworth (12)
1. Katherine Kerrigan 20:49
4. Emma Kennedy 21:56
7. Payton Moody 22:25
15. Preselyn Goochey 23:52

North Central (no team score)
8. Keira Taylor 22:26
58. Eliesha Moravec 33:33

West Holt (32)
2. Maddie Davis 21:05
9. Ava Hoffman 22:38
24. Anel Monasterio 24:56
32. Madison Kratz 26:00
42. Katelynn Kratz 27:01

Boys Team Scores
1. Boone Central, 22; 2. Ord, 27; 3. West Holt, 44; 4. North Central, 51; 5. Boyd County, 54; 6. Valentine, 60; 7. O’Neill, 64; 8. Elkhorn Valley, 68; 9. Creighton, 95; 10. Sandhills/Thedford, 99; 11. Niobrara/Verdigre, 106; 12. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 115; 13. Riverside, 138.

Top 10
1. Mason Hagan, NC, 17:52; 2. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 18:04; 3. Zander Jarecki, BOONE, 18:28; 4. Grant Springer, VAL, 18:28; 5. Logan Spencer, BOONE, 18:36; 6. Will Nelson, BOYD, 18:40; 7. Masaki Arisawa, ORD, 18:50; 8. Raden Orton, NC, 18:52; 9. Garret Severance, ORD, 18:53; 10. Conner Rohrer, CREI, 18:54.

Ainsworth (no team score)
16. Corbin Swanson 19:22
33. William Biltoft 20:46

North Central (51)
1. Mason Hagan 17:52
8. Raden Orton 18:52
50. Lucas Clay 21:52
53. Layton Deibler 22:01
74. Andrew Rowan 23:29
94. Carter Buell 28:08

West Holt (44)
2. Tyler Jelinek 18:04
19. Nathaniel Nelson 19:29
25. Brody Deseive 19:57
31. Alex Gotschall 20:18
69. Ian Larson 22:59

Tuesday, Sept. 27

Southwest Conference Girls Golf
Heritage Hills, McCook
Team Scores

1. Broken Bow, 357; 2. Minden, 377; 3. Holdrege, 407; 4. Valentine, 428; 5. Gothenburg, 447; 6. Ogallala, 475; 7. McCook, 524; 8. Cozad, 604; 9. Ainsworth, 611.

Top 10
1. Camryn Johnson, BB, 81; 2. Tie between Mekallyn Bancroft, VAL, and Ella Jacobsen, HOL, 85; 4. Tie between KayLynn Jorgensen, MIN, and Lainey Palmer, BB, 89; 6. Tie between Kara Suchsland, MIN, and Molly Custer, BB, 91; 8. Kaetryn Bancroft, VAL, 93; 9. Tie between Callie Whitten, MIN, and Skylar Benjamin, BB, 96.

Ainsworth (611)
Hannah Beel 62-70 – 132
Jordan Beatty 72-79 – 151
Jaden Appleman 78-77 – 155
Terra Shoemaker 77-96 – 173

Area Volleyball Scores
North Central def. Valentine 25-15, 25-16
North Central def. Cody-Kilgore 25-18, 25-18
Elkhorn Valley def. West Holt, 26-24, 25-15, 15-25, 26-28, 16-14
Sandhills/Thedford def. Arthur County, 22-25, 26-24, 25-18
Paxton def. Sandhills/Thedford, 25-23, 25-11
Boyd County def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 26-28, 25-18, 25-16
Summerland def. Boyd County, 25-15, 25-12
Summerland def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-12, 25-13
Neligh-Oakdale def. Bloomfield, 25-23, 25-23
Plainview def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-15, 25-7
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Osmond, 25-14, 25-19, 25-12
Gothenburg def. Chase County, 25-14, 25-13
Gothenburg def. Perkins County, 25-6, 25-13
Cambridge def. Cozad, 25-15, 25-12
Cambridge def. McCook, 25-20, 25-13
McCook def. Cozad, 25-18, 25-13
Ogallala def. Gering, 25-27, 26-24, 25-12, 25-23

Monday, Sept. 26

Area Volleyball Scores
Stuart def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-20, 25-14
Stuart def. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 25-21, 25-22
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-13, 25-14

Saturday, Sept. 24

Area Volleyball Scores
Hershey Tournament
Ainsworth def. Bridgeport, 25-23, 25-20
Gothenburg def. Ainsworth, 25-9, 25-12 
Gothenburg def. Bridgeport, 25-13, 25-11
Gothenburg def. Hershey, 22-25, 25-18, 25-11
Hershey def. Bridgeport, 25-20, 25-19

Other Area Scores

Arcadia/Loup City def. North Central, 25-21, 25-22
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller def. North Central, 25-14, 25-23
Elgin Public/Pope John def. West Holt, 20-25, 25-15, 25-22
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Plainview, 25-14, 25-12
Anselmo-Merna def. Sandhills/Thedford, 25-13, 17-25, 25-19
Sandhills/Thedford def. Brady, 26-24, 18-25, 25-22
Wallace def. Sandhills/Thedford, 18-25, 25-18, 25-16
Elkhorn Valley def. Boyd County, 25-8, 25-19
Battle Creek def. Boyd County, 25-14, 25-8
Oakland-Craig def. Boyd County, 25-12, 25-12
Oakland-Craig def. Elkhorn Valley, 25-14, 25-10
Battle Creek def. Elkhorn Valley, 25-16, 25-18
St. Paul def. O’Neill, 25-15, 25-10
Archbishop Bergan def. O’Neill, 25-11, 25-6
O’Neill def. Elkhorn Valley, 26-24, 16-25, 25-15
O’Neill def. Randolph, 22-25, 25-11, 25-17
Summerland def. Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, 25-23, 25-18
Humphrey St. Francis def. Summerland, 25-15, 25-21
Madison def. CWC, 25-11, 25-14
Broken Bow def. Superior, 22-25, 25-13, 25-19
Centura def. Broken Bow, 25-17, 21-25, 25-19
Adams Central def. Broken Bow, 25-11, 25-15
Ravenna def. Cozad, 25-18, 25-20
Grand Island Central Catholic def. Cozad, 25-7, 25-9
McCook def. Cozad, 25-20, 25-20
Grand Island Central Catholic def. Minden, 25-21, 25-18
Minden def. Hastings St. Cecilia, 25-12, 25-21
Minden def. McCook, 25-15, 25-12

Friday, Sept. 23

Area Football Scores
Lutheran High Northeast 63, North Central 12
Stuart 48, Heartland Lutheran 0
Norfolk Catholic 55, West Holt 6
Sandhills/Thedford 60, Hyannis 8
EPPJ 53, Boyd County 20
ONeill 7, Valentine 6
O’Neill St. Mary’s 54, Niobrara/Verdigre 0
Cody-Kilgore 66, Minatare 6
Neligh-Oakdale 90, Plainview 56
Summerland 34, Elkhorn Valley 20
Elm Creek 36, Burwell 14
Gordon-Rushville 19, Chase County 14
Battle Creek 1, Ponca 0 (Forfeit)

Ord Cross Country Invitational
Girls Team Scores

1. West Holt, 20; 2. Fullerton, 33; 3. Ravenna, 34; 4. Ord, 70; 5. Arcadia Loup City, 75.

Top 10
1. Katherine Kerrigan, Ainsworth, 20:38; 2. Julianna Maxfield, FUL, 20:54; 3. Maddie Davis, WH, 21:05; 4. Payton Moody, Ainsworth, 22:43; 5. Ava Hoffman, WH, 22:58; 6. Samantha Bursaw, RAV, 23:06; 7. Josey Moore, RAV, 23:21; 8. Morgan Supik, FUL, 23:45; 9. Cale Deseive, WH, 23:50; 10. Josie Hemmingsen, Riverside, 24:00.

Ainsworth (no team score)
1. Katherine Kerrigan 20:38
4. Payton Moody 22:43
12. Preselyn Goochey 24:14

West Holt (20)
3. Maddie Davis 21:05
5. Ava Hoffman 22:58
9. Cale Deseive 23:50
14. Hannah Olson 24:41
16. Anel Monasterio 25:25
21. Madison Kratz 26:03
23. Rylee Poessnecker 27:03
28. Katelyn Kratz 28:46

Boys Team Scores
1. Ord, 22; 2. West Holt, 29; 3. Gibbon, 59; 4. Wood River, 64; 5. Arcadia-Loup City, 90; 6. Sandhills/Thedford, 96; 7. Riverside, 125.

Top 10
1. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 17:43; 2. Ty Greenland, A-LC, 18:15; 3. Masaki Arisawa, ORD, 18:28; 4. Justin Horn, Fullerton, 18:40; 5. Garret Severance, ORD, 18:46; 6. Drew Martin, WH, 18:51; 7. Owen Lane, ORD, 18:52; 8. Preston Kuskie, WR, 18:55; 9. Emanuel Martinez, GIB, 19:03; 10. Elijah Pollard, ORD, 19:03.

Ainsworth (no team score)
11. Corbin Swanson 19:10
33. William Biltoft 21:24
49. Levi Goshorn 23:55

West Holt (29)
1. Tyler Jelinek 17:43
6. Drew Martin 18:51
13. Nathaniel Nelson 19:28
18. Carter Gotschall 19:51
22. Brody Deseive 20:21
24. Alex Gotschall 20:46

Thursday, Sept. 22

Area Football Scores
Ainsworth 63, CWC 14
St. Edward 75, Santee 26
Brady 32, Wallace 12
Hampton 65, Elba 6

Area Volleyball Scores
Burwell def. Ainsworth, 20-25, 25-23, 25-18, 27-29, 15-13
North Central def. Chambers/Wheeler Central 25-8, 25-6, 25-10
Stuart def. Valentine, 25-15, 25-21, 25-17
West Holt def. Boyd County, 25-17, 25-23, 25-21
O’Neill def. Wayne, 22-25, 25-14, 25-11
Hartington Cedar Catholic def. O’Neill, 25-16, 25-16
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Randolph, 25-13, 25-14, 23-25, 25-17
Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family def. Summerland, 25-20, 25-20, 16-25, 21-25, 16-14
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Riverside, 25-18, 25-20
Nebraska Christian def. Elgin Public/Pope John, 25-18, 25-19
Niobrara/Verdigre def. Bloomfield, 25-21, 16-25, 25-18, 19-25, 15-10
Broken Bow def. Centura, 25-20, 5-25, 25-15
Broken Bow def. Gibbon, 25-8, 25-16
Gothenburg def. Minden, 13-25, 25-20, 19-25, 29-27, 15-13
Cozad def. Maxwell, 25-13, 15-25, 25-17
Cozad def. Sutherland, 15-25, 25-19, 26-24
Ogallala def. Alliance, 25-16, 25-23, 26-24

Tuesday, Sept. 20

Valentine Girls Golf Invitational
Team Scores

1. Valentine, 383; 2. West Holt, 420; 3. O’Neill, 428; 4. Ainsworth, 610.

Top 10
1. Kaylin Gaughenbaugh, O’N, 83; 2. Mekallyn Bancroft, VAL, 85; 3. Kaetryn Bancroft, VAL, 89; 4. Cecelia Mlnarik, O’N, 92; 5. Catarina Ketteler, WH, 94; 6. Tessa Hurlburt, Gordon-Rushville, 99; 7. Tie between Kylie Coomes, Gordon-Rushville, and Abby Mathis, WH, 102; 9. Tie between Kaylee Hanson, VAL, and Corynn Corbin, Mullen, 104.

Ainsworth (610)
20 Hannah Beel 138
22. Jaden Appleman 141
23. Jordan Beatty 154
24. Terra Shoemaker 177

West Holt (420)
5. Catarina Ketteler 94
T-7. Abby Mathis 102
T-11. Brooklynn Butterfield 105
15. Brianna Anderson 119
16. Miya Carey 120
17. Autumn Hoppe 121

Area Volleyball Scores
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. North Central, 25-16, 25-22
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Boyd County, 25-13, 25-16
North Central def. Boyd County, 19-25, 25-16, 25-23
Fullerton def. Stuart, 25-14, 23-25, 25-20
Stuart def. CWC, 25-9, 25-14
Fullerton def. CWC 25-7, 25-18
West Holt def. Niobrara-Verdigre 25-21, 25-12, 25-22
Crofton def. Summerland, 25-20, 25-21, 25-23
Neligh-Oakdale def. Osmond, 25-17, 25-15, 23-25, 25-22
Gothenburg def. Crete, 25-16, 25-21 
Gothenburg def. Hastings, 25-23, 25-20
Ogallala def. Cozad, 25-12, 25-15

Monday, Sept. 19

Ainsworth Girls Golf Triangular
Team Scores

1. West Holt, 213; 2. Ainsworth, 261; 3. O’Neill JV, 274.

Top 5
1. Catarina Ketteler, WH, 48; 2. Brooklynn Butterfield, WH, 51; 3. Jaden Appleman, AHS 55; 4. Tie between Abby Mathis, WH, and Brianna Anderson, WH, 57.

Ainsworth (261)
Jaden Appleman 55
Jordan Beatty 63
Hannah Beel 64
Terra Shoemaker 79

West Holt (213)
Catarina Ketteler 48
Brooklynn Butterfield 51
Abby Mathis 57
Brianna Anderson 57
Autumn Hoppe 59

O’Neill JV (274)
Aurora Heiss 64
Aubrey Wohlert 69
Chloe Kaufman 70
Claire Stuath 71

Bon Homme S.D. Cross Country Invitational
Girls Team Scores

1. Ethan/Parkston, S.D., 27; 2. Dakota Valley, S.D., 29.

Top 10
1. Ella Pollreisz, Ethan/Parkston, 20:34; 2. Angela Frick, North Central, 20:46; 3. Ella Otten, Dakota Valley, 20:46; 4. Jake Koerner, Freeman Academy, 21:25; 5. Asia VanDerWerff, Gregory, 21:29; 6. Morgan Maxwell, Ethan/Parkston, 21:56; 7. Sophia Redler, Dakota Valley, 22:04; 8. Jessie Tappe, Madison, 22:10; 9. Jolie Westrum, Gayville-Volin, 22:33; 10. Ella Merriman, Beresford, 22:38.

North Central (no team score)
2. Angela Frick 20:46
16. Keira Taylor 23:13

Boys Team Scores
1. Dakota Valley, S.D., 37; 2. Ethan/Parkston, S.D., 62; 3. Madison, 77; 4. Mount Vernon/Plankinton, S.D., 105; 5. North Central, 133; 6. Hartington-Newcastle, 138; 7. Wagner, S.D., 141.

Top 10
1. Andrew Atwood, Beresford, 17:12; 2. Jack Brown, Dakota Valley, 17:19; 3. Evan Bartelt, Ethan/Parkston, 18:02; 4. Dylan Gerdes, Madison, 18:12; 5. Tavin Schroeder, Freeman Academy, 18:16; 6. Raden Orton, North Central, 18:20; 7. Mason Hagan, North Central, 18:22; 8. James Kilcullen, Dakota Valley, 18:26; 9. Silas Holdeman, Mitchell Christian, 18:34; 10. Michael Green, Dakota Valley, 18:35.

North Central (133)
6. Raden Orton 18:20
7. Mason Hagan 18:22
68. Lucas Clay 23:19
72. Layton Deibler 24:04
74. Andrew Rowan 24:35

Stuart (no team score)
13. Luke Ludwig 19:09

Saturday, Sept. 17

Area Volleyball Scores
Amherst def. Stuart, 25-11, 13-25, 25-18
Ord def. Stuart, 23-25, 33-31, 25-15
Stuart def. O’Neill, 25-9, 28-26
Grand Island Central Catholic def. O’Neill, 25-21, 25-9
Pleasanton def. O’Neill, 25-15, 25-19
Valentine def. Oberlin-Decatur Community, KS, 17-25, 25-17, 28-26
Alliance def. Valentine, 25-16, 28-26
McCook def. Valentine, 21-25, 25-12, 25-17
Elkhorn Valley def. Bancroft-Rosalie, 25-23, 25-18 
Elkhorn Valley def. Lyons-Decatur Northeast, 25-19, 25-13 
Elkhorn Valley def. Tekamah-Herman, 25-20, 25-23
Humphrey St. Francis def. CWC, 25-9, 25-6 
Niobrara/Verdigre def. CWC, 25-10, 25-7
Twin Loup def. CWC, 25-10, 25-23 
Twin Loup def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-16, 25-18
Humphrey St. Francis def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-11, 25-9
Broken Bow def. Oakland-Craig, 28-26, 14-25, 28-26
Broken Bow def. South Sioux City, 25-7, 25-17
Seward def. Broken Bow, 26-24, 25-23
Omaha Concordia def. Broken Bow, 25-20, 5-25, 25-13
Gothenburg def. Chadron, 25-19, 25-18 
Gothenburg def. St. Paul, 21-25, 25-22, 25-14 
Gothenburg def. York, 25-21, 25-17
Minden def. Aurora, 25-6, 25-11 
Minden def. Kearney Catholic, 25-16, 24-26, 25-22 
Minden def. Ogallala, 25-20, 28-26
Ogallala def. Aurora, 25-18, 25-23
Kearney Catholic def. Ogallala, 25-13, 25-17

Friday, Sept. 16

O’Neill Cross Country Invitational
Girls Team Scores

1. Crofton, 22; 2. West Holt, 38; 3. Elkhorn Valley, 40; 4. O’Neill, 46; 5. Bloomfield-Wausa, 79; 6. Summerland, 106; 7. Valentine, 108.

Top 10
1. Jordyn Arens, CROF, 19:26; 2. Katherine Kerrigan, Ainsworth, 20:44; 3. Taya Dickau, O’N, 20:54; 4. Maddie Davis, WH, 21:06; 5. Sophia Wortmann, CROF, 22:35; 6. Ava Hoffman, WH, 22:40; 7. Marissa Bennett, EV, 22:42; 8. Joslynn Larson, EV, 22:47; 9. Rylie Arens, CROF, 22:54; 10. Elizabeth Wortmann, CROF, 23:01.

Ainsworth (no team score)
2. Katherine Kerrigan 20:44
14. Preselyn Goochey 23:44

West Holt (38)
4. Maddie Davis 21:06
6. Ava Hoffman 22:40
16. Cale Deseive 23:57
18. Hannah Olson 24:10
25. Anel Monasterio 25:35
27. Madison Kratz 25:56

Boys Team Scores
1. West Holt, 42; 2. Bloomfield-Wausa, 44; 3. Pierce, 49; 4. O’Neill, 75; 5. Tie between Valentine, Elkhorn Valley and Plainview, 77; 8. Crofton, 118.

Top 10
1. Luke Woockman, B-W, 17:54; 2. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 18:10; 3. Grant Springer, VAL, 18:27; 4. Kyler Mosel, PLA, 18:32; 5. Waylon Warneke, EV, 18:34; 6. Ashton Koch, PIER, 18:39; 7. Drew Martin, WH, 18:44; 8. Isaac Cronin, VAL, 18:46; 9. Cade Wakeley, B-W, 18:53; 10. Eli Streff, PIER, 19:01.

Ainsworth (no team score)
15. Corbin Swanson 19:24

West Holt (42)
2. Tyler Jelinek 18:10
7. Drew Martin 18:44
12. Nathaniel Nelson 19:05
22. Carter Gotschall 20:08
24. Brody Deseive 20:23
26. Alex Gotschall 20:50

Area Football Scores
Ainsworth 62, Niobrara-Verdigre 0
Brady 42, Stuart 29
Archbishop Bergan 41, West Holt 6
O’Neill St. Mary’s 54, Boyd County 22
Sandhills/Thedford 32, South Loup 22
Chadron 42, Valentine 21
Broken Bow 28, O’Neill 0
EPPJ 47, CWC 20
Burwell 24, Ansley-Litchfield 14
Summerland 42, Lutheran High Northeast 14
Neligh-Oakdale 50, Elkhorn Valley 30
Ord 41, Gordon-Rushville 20

Thursday, Sept. 15

Mullen Girls Golf Invitational
Top 10

1. Corynn Corbin, Mullen, 96; 2. Bailey Ridder, Broken Bow JV, 108; 3. Brynn Custer, BB JV, 109; 4. Addisen Loughran, BB JV, 111; 5. Anna Chancellor, BB JV, 113; 6. Kennadi Ross, BB JV, 115; 7. Trinity Hurlburt, BB JV, 116; 8. Ashlyn Simonson, Mullen, 122; 9. Jaden Appleman, Ainsworth, 124; 10. Tie between Jordan Beatty, AHS, and Ivy Eggleston, BB JV, 126.

Ainsworth
9. Jaden Appleman 124
T-10. Jordan Beatty 126
14. Hannah Beel 137
15. Terra Shoemaker 153

Area Football Score
Plainview 70, North Central 32

Area Volleyball Scores
Ainsworth def. Gordon-Rushville, 25-23, 25-20
Ainsworth def. Cody-Kilgore, 25-18, 25-10
Gordon-Rushville def. Cody Kilgore, 25-11, 25-18
North Central def. Elkhorn Valley, 26-28, 13-25, 25-19, 25-22, 15-10
Stuart def. Gregory, S.D., 25-23, 25-23, 25-17
Stuart def. Boyd County, 25-13, 25-13
Boyd County def. Gregory, S.D., 25-18, 25-21, 25-19
Ord def. West Holt 21-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-20
Guardian Angels Central Catholic def. O’Neill, 25-10, 25-20, 26-24
Niobrara/Verdigre def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-22, 25-22, 25-15
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Creighton, 25-15, 25-21, 27-25
Broken Bow def. Lexington, 25-18, 25-14, 25-21

Wednesday, Sept. 14

During the second week of trap league at the Sandhills Rod and Gun Club Wednesday, Cassidy Zwiebel knocked down 46 of 50 targets in a south breeze to claim the top score of the night. Zwiebel finished one rock better than Tyler Buoy, who broke 45 of 50. Mark Gracey, Heath Rudnick and Perry Shaul hit 43 rocks, followed by 42 rocks from Joe McCall.

Mob County leads the team standings after two weeks with 420 of 500 rocks broken. That is six better than the Ainsworth Golf Course team and eight better than the First Class Auto team.

Tuesday, Sept. 13

Area Volleyball Scores
Ainsworth def. West Holt 25-17, 25-18, 25-23
Twin Loup def. North Central 25-15, 21-25, 25-7
Pleasanton def. North Central 25-20, 25-22
Twin Loup def. Pleasanton, 19-25, 25-22, 25-16
Boyd County def. Creighton, 25-19, 25-20
Summerland def. Boyd County, 25-11, 25-15
Summerland def. Creighton, 25-16, 25-16
Lutheran High Northeast def. O’Neill, 25-17, 21-25, 25-18, 20-25, 15-9
Randolph def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-17, 25-23, 25-16
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-16, 27-25
Niobrara/Verdigre def. Santee, 25-14, 25-20
Gothenburg def. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 25-19, 25-17, 25-15
Alma def. Cozad, 25-21, 25-15
Arapahoe def. Cozad, 25-21, 25-15

Monday, Sept. 12

Neligh-Oakdale Cross Country Invitational
Girls Top 10

1. Angela Frick, North Central, 20:52; 2. Natasha Zeisler, Boyd County, 21:28; 3. Keira Taylor, North Central, 21:46; 4. Marissa Bennett, Elkhorn Valley, 21:58; 5. Joslynn Larson, Elkhorn Valley, 22:14; 6. Tegan Hasebroock, Elkhorn Valley, 22:30; 7. Callie Fisher, Lutheran High Northeast, 22:44; 8. Luci Koinzan, Neligh-Oakdale, 22:55; 9. Shilo Koinzan, Neligh-Oakdale, 22:56; 10. Lynae Koinzan, Neligh-Oakdale, 23:05.

North Central
1. Angela Frick, 20:52
3. Keira Taylor 21:46
31. Eliesha Moravec 33:48

Boys Top 10
1. Raden Orton, North Central, 16:45; 2. Mason Hagan, North Central, 17:26; 3. Waylon Warneke, Elkhorn Valley, 17:38; 4. Will Nelson, Boyd County, 17:50; 5. Robert Aschoff, Osmond, 18:20; 6. Dominic True, Osmond, 18:21; 7. Gavin Geneski, Osmond, 18:32; 8. Owen Vondra, Elkhorn Valley, 18:46; 9. Karter Johnson, Osmond, 18:52; 10. Caleb Miller, Osmond, 18:57.

North Central
1. Raden Orton 16:45
2. Mason Hagan 17:26
29. Lucas Clay 21:31
32. Layton Deibler 21:43
39. Andrew Rowan 23:19
45. Carter Buell 27:08

Saturday, Sept. 10

Broken Bow Cross Country Invitational
Team Scores

1. McCook, 25; 2. Minden, 43; 3. Doniphan-Trumbull, 56; 4. Cozad, 77; 5. Broken Bow, 94; 6. Hi-Line, 109; 7. Gothenburg, 134; 8. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 141; 9. Valentine, 164; 10. Arcadia-Loup City, 190; 11. Maxwell, 191.

Top 10
1. Samantha Rodewald, MCC, 19:58; 2. Jessie Hurt, MIN, 20:18; 3. Katherine Kerrigan, Ainsworth, 20:39; 4. Anna Fitzgerald, D-T, 20:48; 5. Braelyn Gifford, NPSP, 20:48; 6. Sienna Dutton, MCC, 21:11; 7. Mallory Applegate, COZ, 21:15; 8. Karyn Burkholder, COZ, 21:20; 9. Ella Cool, South Loup, 21:22; 10. Trinity Houchin, MIN, 21:28.

Ainsworth (no team score)
3. Katherine Kerrigan 20:39
15. Payton Moody 22:22
29. Preselyn Goochey 23:34

Boys Team Scores
1. Gothenburg, 18; 2. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 36; 3. Broken Bow, 58; 4. Minden, 89; 5. Sandhills Valley, 112; 6. Ord, 117; 7. McCook, 129; 8. St. Paul, 162; 9. Doniphan-Trumbull, 165; 10. Medicine Valley, 200; 11. South Loup, 204; 12. Cozad, 208; 13. Arcadia-Loup City, 231; 14. Valentine, 236.

Top 10
1. Jarrett Miles, NPSP, 16:49; 2. Noah Osmond, BB, 17:07; 3. Parker Graves, GOTH, 17:14; 4. Ethan Olsen, GOTH, 17:18; 5. Yahriel Gaeta, GOTH, 17:22; 6. Nathan Sager, GOTH, 17:42; 7. Dax Connick, NPSP, 17:44; 8. Josiah Wilkinson, MCC, 17:48; 9. Porter Connick, NPSP, 17:50; 10. Logan Recoy, SL, 17:54.

Ainsworth (no team score)
28. Corbin Swanson 18:56
73. William Biltoft 21:05
100. Levi Goshorn 22:41

Area Volleyball Scores
Cozad Tournament

Ogallala def. Ainsworth, 25-10, 25-22
Ainsworth def. Cozad, 25-15, 25-23
Sidney def. Ainsworth, 25-21, 28-26
Sidney def. Valentine, 25-12, 25-9
Hastings St. Cecilia def. Valentine, 17-25, 25-14, 25-18
Gothenburg def. Centura, 25-13, 25-18
Gothenburg def. Ogallala, 25-20, 25-23
Gothenburg def. Sidney, 25-11, 25-17
Ogallala def. Hastings St. Cecilia, 25-11, 25-17
Centura def. Cozad, 25-16, 25-12
Centura def. Hastings St. Cecilia, 25-20, 25-23

Creighton Tournament
West Holt def. Creighton, 25-8, 25-15
West Holt def. Hartington-Newcastle, 13-25, 28-26, 25-14
Summerland def. West Holt, 25-21, 25-13
Summerland def. Creighton, 25-6, 25-16 (2-0)
Summerland def. Hartington-Newcastle, 25-18, 25-22
Hartington-Newcastle def. Creighton, 25-12, 25-21

Other Volleyball Scores
Sandhills/Thedford def. Mullen, 25-14, 22-25, 25-11
Medicine Valley def. Sandhills/Thedford, 29-27, 25-22
Twin Loup def. Sandhills/Thedford, 25-16, 25-19
Elkhorn Valley def. Bancroft-Rosalie, 28-26, 25-13
Elkhorn Valley def. Elgin Public/Pope John, 27-25, 29-27
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Bancroft-Rosalie, 13-25, 25-21, 25-18
Howells-Dodge def. Elgin Public/Pope John, 25-21, 25-27, 25-14
Howells-Dodge def. Elkhorn Valley, 25-21, 25-20

Friday, Sept. 9

Area Volleyball Score
Stuart def. Cody-Kilgore, 25-11, 25-16, 25-16

Area Football Scores
Ainsworth 34, Burwell 12
Cody-Kilgore 26, Stuart 6
O’Neill 35, West Holt 6
Sandhills/Thedford 44, Twin Loup 8
Valentine 46, Alliance 12
Wausa 42, Boyd County 22
O’Neill St. Mary’s 52, Osmond 46
EPPJ 38, Creighton 30
Niobrara/Verdigre 44, Walthill 14

Thursday, Sept. 8

The team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel secured the Ainsworth Men’s League Golf Championship Thursday, scoring 81 points during the 17-week season to win by six points.

The team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck finished with 75 points and held off the team of Landon Welke, Nick Martin and Jesse Owen by one point for second place. Both teams scoring six of a possible seven points in the final week.

The team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch took fourth in the standings with 72 points, followed by Brian Delimont, Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman in fifth with 71 points.

Logan Leach and Nick Martin carded even-par rounds of 36 Thursday to lead the field, finishing one shot ahead of John Pierce and Kyle Jackman. Jim Hoch, Troy Brodbeck, Ben Wright and Rod Worrell posted rounds of 38, followed by Brett Knoetzel, Robert Magill and Kevin Martin with rounds of 39.

The low net round Thursday, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Jon Alderson and Randy Welke with net rounds of 30. Rex Micheel and John Pierce carded net rounds of 32, followed by David Theis, Jim Hoch and Troy Brodbeck with net rounds of 33.

Area Football Score
Riverside 55, North Central 0

Area Volleyball Scores
North Central def. CWC 25-9, 25-8
Ainsworth def. CWC, 25-12, 25-15
Ainsworth def. North Central, 25-15, 22-25, 25-20
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Boyd County, 25-13, 25-17, 25-13
Crofton def. O’Neill, 25-11, 25-20, 22-25, 28-26
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Burke, SD, 26-24, 15-25, 23-25, 29-27, 15-13
Battle Creek def. Summerland, 25-21, 16-25, 25-17
Norfolk Catholic def. Summerland, 25-21, 25-19
Elkhorn Valley def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-18, 25-16, 25-20
Broken Bow def. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 25-17, 25-16, 24-26, 22-25, 15-10
Cozad def. Bertrand, 25-17, 14-25, 25-22
Cozad def. Hi-Line, 25-16, 25-18
Gothenburg def. South Loup (Callaway/Arnold), 25-17, 25-13, 25-15
Minden def. Phillipsburg, KS, 25-21, 25-22, 25-11
Holdrege def. McCook, 26-24, 25-20, 25-20

Boyd County Cross Country Invitational
Girls Top 10

1. Angela Frick, North Central, 19:30; 2. Maddie Davis, West Holt, 20:36; 3. Ava Hoffman, West Holt, 21:00; 4. Natasha Zeisler, Boyd County, 21:18; 5. Keira Taylor, North Central, 21:40; 6. Shilo Shabram, Neligh-Oakdale, 22:51; 7. Luci Koinzan, Neligh-Oakdale, 22:58; 8. Cale Deseive, West Holt, 22:59; 9. Asilynn Kester, Summerland, 23:02; 10. Hannah Olson, West Holt, 23:08.

North Central
1. Angela Frick 19:30
5. Keira Taylor 21:40
23. Eliesha Moravec 32:47

West Holt
2. Maddie Davis 20:36
3. Ava Hoffman 21:00
8. Cale Deseive 22:59
10. Hannah Olson 23:08
11. Anel Monasterio 23:14
17. Katelyn Kratz 26:07
20. Madison Kratz 27:14

Boys Top 10
1. Raden Orton, North Central, 16:20; 2. Mason Hagan, North Central, 16:44; 3. Tyler Jelinek, West Holt, 17:21; 4. Drew Martin, West Holt, 17:24; 5. Will Nelson, Boyd County, 17:35; 6. Luke Ludwig, Stuart, 18:00; 7. Nathaniel Nelson, West Holt, 18:13; 8. Carter Gotschall, West Holt, 18:43; 9. Carter Nelson, Niobrara-Verdigre, 19:01; 10. Brody Deseive, West Holt, 19:01.

North Central
1. Raden Orton 16:20
2. Mason Hagan 16:44
20. Lucas Clay 21:44
21. Layton Deibler 22:08
24. Andrew Rowan 23:11
26. Carter Buell 26:09

Stuart
6. Luke Ludwig 18:00

West Holt
3. Tyler Jelinek 17:21
4. Drew Martin 17:24
7. Nathaniel Nelson 18:13
8. Carter Gotschall 18:43
10. Brody Deseive 19:01
12. Alex Gotschall 19:59

Wednesday, Sept. 7

Mob County had the best aim Wednesday during the first night of fall trap league at the Sandhills Rod and Gun Club. The Mob County team broke 208 of a possible 250 rocks, finishing one ahead of the Ainsworth Golf Course team and the First Class Auto team.

Top shooters for the first week were Witten Painter, Perry Shaul, J.T. Davis and Bob Murphy, all breaking 44 of 50 targets.

There are a couple spots remaining for anyone interested in shooting next Wednesday night. Shooting starts at 5 p.m. The Sandhills Rod and Gun Club also invites those interested to attend their monthly meeting, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday with the Pheasants Forever local chapter meeting to follow.

Tuesday, Sept. 6

Broken Bow Girls Golf Invitational
Team Scores

1. Broken Bow, 357; 2. St. Paul, 425; 3. Hershey, 447; 4. Ogallala, 458; 5. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 473; 6. Gothenburg, 478; 7. Ainsworth, 600.

Top 10
1. Taylor Schaaf, BB, 82; 2. Camryn Johnson, BB, 83; 3. Molly Custer, BB, 86; 4. Tie between Sarah McKeon, Ravenna, and Lainey Palmer, BB, 96; 6. Tie between Ellarey Harm, GOTH, and Skylar Benjamin, BB, 97; 8. Ahna Jerabek, STP, 99; 9. Presley Nowak, OGA, 105; 10. Tie between Olivia Dimas, NPSP, and Kennadi Ross, BB, 106.

Ainsworth (600)
Jaden Appleman 65-62 – 127
Jordan Beatty 71-68 – 139
Hannah Beel 80-77 – 157
Terra Shoemaker 91-86 – 177

Area Volleyball Scores
O’Neill def. Valentine, 25-16, 25-16
O’Neill def. West Holt, 25-23, 25-21
West Holt def. Valentine 25-13, 25-10
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. CWC, 25-11, 25-15, 25-13
Stuart def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-18, 25-20
Summerland def. Stuart, 25-19, 24-26, 25-11
Summerland def. Elgin Public/Pope John, 26-24, 25-22
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Niobrara/Verdigre, 25-27, 25-13, 25-5
Elkhorn Valley def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-7, 25-10, 24-26, 25-14
Marty, SD def. Santee, 25-12, 25-22, 25-22
Hershey def. Cozad, 25-23, 25-19, 25-17
Minden def. Shelton, 25-15, 25-20, 25-20
Ogallala def. McCook, 22-25, 17-25, 25-19, 25-23, 15-3

Men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club wrapped up Tuesday, with the team of Dane Dailey, Zac Ziegler and Trent Kinney winning the season title. Bryce Coleman, Troy Brodbeck and Cory Brodbeck finished second in the standings, with third ending in a three-way tie between the team of Jacob Maurer, Scott Swanson and Matt Morrison, the team of Bryant Lezotte, Austin Kroll and Travis Magary, and the team of Brady Foster, Beau Herrington and Bill Richey.

Brady Foster carded the low score Tuesday with an even-par 36. That was one better than Matt Morrison and Corby Fischer, who both shot 1-over par rounds of 37. Homer Buell, Jake Friedrich, Bryce Coleman and Marc Gentele posted rounds of 38, followed by Dane Dailey with a round of 39.

Low net scores were not available Tuesday.

Sunday, Sept. 4

In a new scramble format tournament Sunday at the Bassett Country Club, the team of Steve Camp, Carter Camp, Cordell Nilson and Jake Friedrich fired a score of 51 under par to win by 11 shots.

In the format, each golfer has a chance to score on the hole instead of just one score for the hole for the team. If three golfers hole a birdie putt, the team gets a score of 3 under for the hole.

The Camp, Camp, Nilson and Friedrich team averaged nearly 3 under for each hole in shooting 51 under par in total for the 18 holes to win the tournament.

Second place in the championship flight went to the team of Jon Wolf, Brett Leiswald, Dillon Cleary and Jase Dredge with a score of 40 under par. The team of Clay Fischer, Kayla Fischer, Kyle Jackman and Keian Fischer took third in the championship flight with a score of 36 under.

The Darla Johnson and Chad Johnson team won the first flight Sunday with a score of 21 under par. Scott Swanson, Lauren Swanson, Trish Morrison and Matt Morrison grabbed second in the flight at 19 under, and third went to Dane Dailey, Heath Rudnick, Alex Kunz and Mason Dexter at 18 under.

Jason McNair, Corby Fischer, Jessica Iverson and Nathan Kreikemeier won the second flight at 13 under. Second in the flight went to Tyler Knox, Jessie Knox, Lacey Friedrich and Hannah Greenwell at 7 under. The team of Jan Foster, Deb Fischer, Shelly Herrington and Beau Herrington placed third with a score of 6 under par.

The highlight of the tournament was Allen Scheuth of Ewing, who knocked in an iron shot for a hole in one on number 7 at the Bassett Country Club.

Eighteen teams took part in the inaugural modified scramble tournament Sunday.

Friday, Sept. 2

Area Football Scores
Ainsworth 62, Madison 14
Arcadia-Loup City 46, North Central 0
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 46, Stuart 6
Doniphan-Trumbull 28, West Holt 15
Valentine 28, Centura 20
ONeill 43, Schuyler 0
O’Neill St. Mary’s 60, Randolph 6
Arthur County 48, Cody-Kilgore 20
Burwell 56, Medicine Valley 0
Creighton 42, Niobrara/Verdigre 6
EPPJ 46, Osmond 22
Gordon-Rushville 38, Alliance 0

Thursday, Sept. 1

Area Volleyball Scores
Burwell def. West Holt 25-18, 25-12
North Central def. Burwell 13-25, 25-22, 26-24
West Holt def. North Central 25-15, 25-19
Elgin/Elgin Pope John def. Stuart 16-25, 25-16, 25-14
Stuart def. Chambers/Wheeler Central 25-10, 25-10
Elgin Public/Pope John def. CWC, 25-12, 25-9
Boyd County def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-21, 25-15
Boyd County def. Santee, 25-6, 25-14
Neligh-Oakdale def. Santee, 25-17, 25-11
O’Neill def. Boone Central, 25-18, 25-21, 25-23
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Plainview, 25-17, 25-15
Summerland def. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 25-18, 25-16
Summerland def. Plainview, 25-23, 25-17
Elkhorn Valley def. Wausa, 25-17, 25-22
Elkhorn Valley def. Winside, 26-24, 25-21
Minden def. Lexington, 25-12, 25-11, 25-15
Ogallala def. North Platte, 25-11, 25-14
Ogallala def. Sidney, 25-19, 14-25, 25-22
Hastings def. McCook, 23-25, 25-16, 25-7, 24-26, 15-7

Jess Swan carded five birdies Thursday on his way to a 3-under par round of 33 to pace the field during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Swan finished two shots ahead of Kyle Jackman, who fired a 1-under par round of 35 in a round that included three birdies and an eagle. Cam Palmer, Robert Magill, Noah Graff, Kevin Martin, Nick Martin and Graig Kinzie all posted even-par rounds of 36, followed by Chester Smith with a 1-over par round of 37. Cordell Nilson and Logan Leach shot rounds of 38, with Cory Brodbeck and Heath Rudnick finishing with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Jess Swan with a net 29. Kyle Jackman, Noah Graff and Chester Smith each shot net rounds of 30.

With just one week of league play remaining, the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel solidified its lead with a seven-point night and 76 points for the season. Sitting seven points back in second with 69 points is the team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck. Third place with 68 points is the team of Landon Welke, Nick Martin and Jesse Owen.

West Holt Girls Golf Invitational
Team Scores

1. O’Neill, 399; 2. Valentine, 401; 3. Pierce, 412; 4. Battle Creek, 428; 5. West Holt, 447; 6. Boone Central, 483; 7. Crofton, 490; 8. West Holt JV, 516; 9. Ainsworth, 620.

Top 10
1. Kaylin Gaughenbaugh, O’N, 79; 2. Kaetryn Bancroft, VAL, 87; 3. Mekallyn Bancroft, VAL, 89; 4. Molly Heimes, BAT, 95; 5. Cece Mlnarik, O’N, 98; 6. Alena Peters, PIER, 100; 7. Catarina Ketteler, WH, 101; 8. Abby Mathis, WH, 102; 9. Tie between Rylee Altwine, PIER, and Keli Shermer, PIER, 103.

Ainsworth (620)
T-34. Jaden Appleman 133
44. Hannah Beel 148
45. Jordan Beatty 166
46. Terra Shoemaker 173

West Holt (447)
7. Catarina Ketteler 101
8. Abby Mathis 102
23. Brooklynn Butterfield 120
T-26. Autumn Hoppe 124
T-39. Miya Carey 139

Ainsworth Cross Country Invitational
Girls Team Scores

1. Ainsworth, 11; 2. West Holt, 22; 3. North Central, 33; 4. Valentine, 35; 5. Ord, 52; 6. Burwell, 53; 7. Twin Loup, 74.

Top 10
1. Angela Frick, NC, 20:54; 2. Peyton Paxton, Mullen, 21:09; 3. Emma Kennedy, AHS, 21:15; 4. Katherine Kerrigan, AHS, 21:45; 5. Maddie Davis, WH, 22:29; 6. Keira Taylor, NC, 22:47; 7. Payton Moody, AHS, 22:49; 8. Natasha Zeisler, Boyd County, 23:13; 9. Ava Hoffman, WH, 23:26; 10. Alivia Patterson, VAL, 23:52

Ainsworth (11)
3. Emma Kennedy 21:15
4. Katherine Kerrigan 21:45
7. Payton Moody 22:49
11. Preselyn Goochey 24:12

West Holt (22)
5. Maddie Davis 22:29
9. Ava Hoffman 23:26
13. Cale Deseive 24:56
14. Hannah Olson 26:18
15. Anel Monasterio 26:22
20. Madison Kratz 27:35
22. Katelynn Kratz 28:10
24. Rylee Poessnecker 28:27

North Central (33)
1. Angela Frick 20:54
6. Keira Taylor 22:47
33. Eliesha Moravec 33:35

Boys Team Scores
1. West Holt, 16; 2. Ord, 21; 3. North Central, 34; 4. Valentine, 35; 5. Boyd County, 45; 6. Sandhills/Thedford, 59; 7. Ainsworth, 61.

Top 10
1. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 18:00; 2. Grant Springer, VAL, 18:14; 3. Masaki Arisawa, ORD, 18:21; 4. Raden Orton, NC, 18:26; 5. Mason Hagan, NC, 18:36; 6. Drew Martin, WH, 18:56; 7. Will Nelson, BC, 19:12; 8. Owen Lane, ORD, 19:15; 9. Nathaniel Nelson, WH, 19:17; 10. Kyle Finney, Mullen, 19:22.

Ainsworth (61)
12. Corbin Swanson 19:50
29. William Biltoft 23:37
34. Levi Goshorn 24:38

West Holt (16)
1. Tyler Jelinek 18:00
6. Drew Martin 18:56
9. Nathaniel Nelson 19:17
15. Carter Gotschall 20:29
18. Brody Deseive 20:38
20. Alex Gotschall 20:47

North Central (34)
4. Raden Orton 18:26
5. Mason Hagan 18:36
32. Andrew Rowan 24:30
35. Lucas Clay 24:41
36. Layton Deibler 24:43
45. Carter Buell 28:32

Tuesday, August 30

Area Volleyball Scores
Sandhills/Thedford def. Arthur County, 25-19, 25-13
Wallace def. Sandhills/Thedford, 25-22, 25-21
Wynot def. Boyd County, 25-12, 25-17, 19-25, 25-19
Elkhorn Valley def. O’Neill, 21-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-14, 15-8
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Plainview, 25-20, 25-22
O’Neill St. Mary’s def. Winside, 25-16, 25-9
Summerland def. CWC, 25-16, 25-7
Summerland def. Central Valley, 25-21, 25-17
Central Valley def. CWC, 25-7, 25-13
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Burwell, 26-24, 25-18, 25-27, 15-25, 15-8
Wausa def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-10, 25-23, 25-22
Niobrara/Verdigre def. Creighton, 25-23, 20-25, 25-22
Niobrara/Verdigre def. Osmond, 25-19, 25-18
Cozad def. Lexington, 15-25, 25-19, 25-18, 17-25, 15-9
Minden def. Chase County, 25-18, 25-21
Minden def. McCook, 25-13, 25-8
Chase County def. McCook, 25-15, 25-21

Brady Foster and Steve Camp shared the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club with even-par rounds of 36. Camp and Foster finished one shot ahead of Cordell Nilson, who posted a 1-over par round of 37. Matt Morrison and Marc Gentele carded rounds of 38, followed by Dean Bretschneider, Troy Brodbeck, Alex Kunz and Tyler Knox with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Marc Gentele with a net 29. Dean Bretschneider posted a net round of 30, followed by Al Armstrong, Tyler Knox and Troy Brodbeck with net rounds of 31.

Sunday, August 28


Ainsworth Rolling Rock team members, front row, left to right: Joel Klammer, Doug Weiss, Troy Brodbeck, Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Robert Magill. Back row: Tony Allen, Nick Martin, Graig Kinzie, Terry Allen, Brett Knoetzel and Cody Goochey.

Ainsworth on Sunday captured the Rolling Rock for the fourth straight year, scoring a 16-9 victory over Valentine at Frederick Peak Golf Course.

In the annual match play event featuring the top golfers from the Ainsworth and Valentine courses, Ainsworth jumped out to a 3-2 lead in the scramble round, and scored 3-1/2 points in the alternate shot round to push its lead to three at 6-1/2 to 3-1/2. Valentine fought back with three points in the best ball round to close the gap to two at 8-1/2 to 6-1/2.

Needing four points in the singles matches to retain the Rolling Rock, Ainsworth picked up seven victories and one halved match to finish with a 16-9 victory. The four-match streak is the longest for one team in the series history.

The 2023 Rolling Rock will be played at the Ainsworth Golf Course.

Rolling Rock Match Play Golf
Scramble Round

Doug Weiss and Cody Goochey, Ainsworth, def. Nick Larsen and Ryan Radant, Valentine, 1 UP.
Brooks Coleman and Chris Danielski, Valentine, def. Brett Knoetzel and Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, 2 UP.
Tony Allen and Troy Brodbeck, Ainsworth, def. Robert Joseph and Andrew Parks, Valentine, 3&1.
Mike Beardt and Riley Wrage, Valentine, def. Graig Kinzie and Terry Allen, Ainsworth, 1 UP.
Nick Martin and Logan Leach, Ainsworth, def. Luke Fischer and Dallas Fowler, Valentine, 3&2.
Ainsworth 3, Valentine 2

Alternate Shot Round
Graig Kinzie and Terry Allen, Ainsworth, def. Ryan Radant and Nick Larsen, Valentine, 3&2.
Brett Knoetzel and Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, def. Brooks Coleman and Chris Danielski, Valentine, 3&2.
Robert Joseph and Andrew Parks, Valentine, def. Tony Allen and Robert Magill, Ainsworth, 2 UP.
Doug Weiss and Cody Goochey, Ainsworth, def. Mike Beardt and Riley Wrage, Valentine, 3&2.
Luke Fischer and Dallas Fowler, Valentine, and Nick Martin and Logan Leach, Ainsworth, HALVED.
Ainsworth 6-1/2, Valentine 3-1/2

Best Ball Round
Brett Knoetzel and Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, def. Nick Larsen and Robert Joseph, Valentine, 2 UP.
Nick Martin and Logan Leach, Ainsworth, and Ryan Radant and Andrew Parks, Valentine, HALVED.
Mike Beardt and Dallas Fowler, Valentine, and Doug Weiss and Joel Klammer, Ainsworth, HALVED.
Riley Wrage and Brooks Coleman, Valentine, def. Tony Allen and Troy Brodbeck, Ainsworth, 1 UP.
Luke Fischer and Chris Danielski, Valentine, def. Graig Kinzie and Terry Allen, Ainsworth, 1 UP.
Ainsworth 8-1/2, Valentine 6-1/2

Singles Round
Tony Allen, Ainsworth, def. Andrew Parks, Valentine, 5&4
Chris Danielski, Valentine, def. Robert Magill, Ainsworth, 1 UP
Logan Leach, Ainsworth, def. Nick Larsen, Valentine, 2&1
Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, def. Luke Fischer, Valentine, 1 UP
Ryan Radant, Valentine, def. Brett Knoetzel, Ainsworth, 2&1
Nick Martin, Ainsworth, and Mike Beardt, Valentine, HALVED
Joel Klammer, Ainsworth, def. Brooks Coleman, Valentine, 2&1
Cody Goochey, Ainsworth, def. Robert Joseph, Valentine, 3&2
Doug Weiss, Ainsworth, def. Riley Wrage, Valentine, 1 UP
Graig Kinzie, Ainsworth, def. Dallas Fowler, Valentine, 4&2
Final Score
Ainsworth 16, Valentine 9

Ainsworth
Doug Weiss 3-0-1
Cody Goochey 3-0
Logan Leach 2-0-2
Kevin Martin 3-1
Nick Martin 1-0-3
Tony Allen 2-2
Brett Knoetzel 2-2
Graig Kinzie 2-2
Joel Klammer 1-0-1
Troy Brodbeck 1-1
Terry Allen 1-2
Robert Magill 0-2

Valentine
Chris Danielski 3-1
Mike Beardt 1-1-2
Brooks Coleman 2-2
Riley Wrage 2-2
Ryan Radant 1-2-1
Andrew Parks 1-2-1
Luke Fischer 1-2-1
Robert Joseph 1-3
Dallas Fowler 0-2-2
Nick Larsen 0-4

Saturday, August 27

Minden Volleyball Tournament
Minden def. Ainsworth, 25-12, 25-9
Ainsworth def. Blue Hill, 25-27, 25-17, 25-9
Ainsworth def. Centennial, 25-18, 13-25, 25-18
Ainsworth def. Valentine, 25-16, 25-18
Minden def. Blue Hill, 25-5, 25-10
Minden def. Nebraska Christian, 25-15, 25-21
Minden def. Valentine, 25-5, 25-12
Thayer Central def. Valentine, 25-10, 25-14
Thayer Central def. Fillmore Central, 25-10, 25-13
Centennial def. Fillmore Central, 25-14, 25-13
Centennial def. Thayer Central, 25-18, 31-29
Nebraska Christian def. Centennial, 25-19, 25-19
Nebraska Christian def. Fillmore Central, 25-20, 25-16
Nebraska Christian def. Thayer Central, 26-24, 25-20

Area Volleyball Scores
Stuart def. Boyd County, 25-10, 25-16
Stuart def. Plainview, 23-25, 25-13, 25-21
Scotus Central Catholic def. Stuart, 26-24, 23-25, 25-19
Plainview def. Boyd County, 25-22, 25-15
Scotus Central Catholic def. Boyd County, 25-20, 25-21
Hampton def. Neligh-Oakdale, 25-18, 19-25, 25-22
Grand Island Central Catholic def. Broken Bow, 25-11, 25-10

Friday, August 26

Area Football Scores
Ainsworth 74, North Central 14
Valentine 41, West Holt 6
Sandhills/Thedford 42, Burwell 0
St. Paul 42, O’Neill 6
Wausa 32, St. Mary’s 20
Osmond 20, Boyd County 6
Chadron 41, Gordon-Rushville 13
Twin Loup 32, Anselmo-Merna 6
Creighton 10, CWC 0
Crofton 42, Summerland 20
EPPJ 22, Humphrey St. Francis 20
Howells-Dodge 50, Neligh-Oakdale 12
Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 32, Niobrara/Verdigre 16
Cody-Kilgore 25, Wallace 24

Thursday, August 25

Burwell Cross Country Invitational
Four-Kilometer race

Girls Team Scores
1. West Holt, 10; 2. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 24; 3. Summerland, 33; 4. South Loup, 33; 5. Burwell, 50; 6. Central Valley, 63; 7. Twin Loup, 71; 8. Pleasanton, 71.

Top 10
1. Maddie Davis, WH, 17:40; 2. Angela Frick, NC, 17:44; 3. Ella Cool, SL, 18:37; 4. Keira Taylor, NC, 18:57; 5. Ava Hoffman, WH, 19:15; 6. Josie Smith, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller, 19:27; 7. Ivy Tullis, SL, 19:38; 8. Jayna Guggenmos, CWC, 20:01; 9. Cale Deseive, WH, 20:02; 10. Hannah Olson, WH, 20:05.

West Holt (10)
1. Maddie Davis 17:40
5. Ava Hoffman 19:15
9. Cale Deseive 20:02
10. Hannah Olson 20:05
15. Angel Monasterio 22:08
18. Madison Kratz 22:50
20. Rylee Poessnecker 23:20
24. Katelynn Kratz 23:43

North Central (no team score)
2. Angela Frick 17:44
4. Keira Taylor 18:57

Boys Team Scores
1. West Holt, 13; 2. North Central, 26; 3. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 35; 4. South Loup, 35; 5. Sandhills-Thedford, 46; 6. Sumner-Eddyville-Miller, 50; 7. Twin Loup, 57.

Top 10
1. Raden Orton, NC, 14:01; 2. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 14:45; 3. Logan Recoy, SL, 14:59; 4. Mason Hagan, NC, 15:10; 5. Drew Martin, WH, 15:19; 6. Nathaniel Nelson, WH, 15:50; 7. Luke Ludwig, Stuart, 16:06; 8. Carter Gotschall, WH, 16:23; 9. Brody Deseive, WH, 16:36; 10. Beau Butterfield, CWC, 16:43.

West Holt (13)
2. Tyler Jelinek 14:45
5. Drew Martin 15:19
6. Nathaniel Nelson 15:50
8. Carter Gotschall 16:23
9. Brody Deseive 16:36
11. Alex Gotschall 16:50

North Central (26)
1. Raden Orton 14:10
4. Mason Hagan 15:10
26. Andrew Rowan 20:08
30. Carter Buell 21:47

Stuart (no team score)
7. Luke Ludwig 16:06

Area Volleyball Scores
Ainsworth def. North Central 25-22, 25-19, 25-18
Stuart def. Twin Loup 25-22, 25-14, 25-22
Summerland def. West Holt 25-17, 25-19
West Holt def. Elkhorn Valley 25-18, 25-23
Summerland def. Elkhorn Valley 25-12, 25-22
Sandhills/Thedford def. Banner County, 25-6, 25-9
Cody-Kilgore def. Sandhills/Thedford, 25-20, 25-23
Valentine def. Bennett County (Martin), S.D., 25-14, 25-13, 25-11
St. Mary’s def. Bloomfield, 25-18, 25-14
St. Mary’s def. Wausa, 25-16, 25-22
Central Valley def. Neligh-Oakdale, 21-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-16
Elgin Public/Pope John def. Lutheran High Northeast, 25-18, 10-25, 25-22, 27-25
Hershey def. Broken Bow, 20-25, 25-17, 22-25, 25-19, 15-13
Gothenburg def. Cozad, 25-14, 25-6, 25-17
Minden def. Ord, 25-14, 25-16, 21-25, 25-13
McCook def. Lexington, 25-16, 19-25, 25-19, 25-19

Ainsworth Girls Golf Invitational
Team Scores
1. Valentine, 364; 2. O’Neill, 397; 3. West Holt, 420; 4. West Holt JV, 526; 5. Ainsworth, 558.

Top 10
1. Kaetryn Bancroft, VAL, 81; 2. Mekallyn Bancroft, 82; 3. Kaylin Gaughenbaugh, O’N, 83; 4. Tie between Kaylee Hanson, VAL, and Catarina Ketteler, WH, 98; 6. Tie between Cecelia Mlnarik, O’N, and Brooklynn Butterfield, WH, 99; 8. Abby Mathis, WH, 102; 9. Tie between JoJo Jordan, VAL, and Claire Popkes, O’N, 103.

Ainsworth (558)
T-17. Jaden Appleman 124
T-17. Jordan Beatty 124
26. Hannah Beel 150
27. Terra Shoemaker 160

West Holt (420)
T-4. Catarina Ketteler 98
T-6. Brooklynn Butterfield 99
8. Abby Mathis 102
16. Autumn Hoppe 121
19. Miya Carey 125

Nick Martin fired a 2-under par round of 34 Thursday to pace the field during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Martin finished one shot clear of Cordell Nilson, Brett Knoetzel and Doug Weiss, who each posted 1-under par rounds of 35. Logan Leach carded an even-par 36, followed by Todd Kicken and Cam Palmer with rounds of 37. John Pierce, Joel Klammer and Kevin Martin each shot rounds of 38, and Jim Hoch finished with a round of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Cordell Nilson with a net 29. Todd Kicken, Brett Knoetzel and Kim Buckley carded net round of 31, followed by Noah Graff, Doug Weiss and John Pierce with net rounds of 32.

The team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel maintains its lead atop the standings with 69 points. There is a tie for second, three points back, between the team of Landon Welke, Nick Martin and Jesse Owen and the team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck.

Ashley Babcock bested her own league-leading round from a week ago Thursday, firing a 1-over par 37 during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. After a round of 38 last week to set the mark for top round of the year, Babcock bettered that mark by a shot Thursday. Vicki Friedrich posted a round of 42, with Trish Morrison shooting a 44 and Traci Hollenbeck carding a round of 45. Jan Foster and Harlee Gentele shot rounds of 46, followed by Kasey Foster with a round of 48 and Hannah Greenwell with a 49.

This was the final night of league for the women, with Courtney Knox and Jessie Knox winning the team race with 84 points. Second place went to Vicki Friedrich and Lacey Friedrich with 80.5 points, followed by Harlee Gentele and Kayla Fischer in third with 79.5 points. Trish Morrison and Kasey Foster finished fourth in the league with 78.5 points.

KBRB visited with area coaches to preview the fall sports season for Ainsworth, North Central, Stuart and West Holt high school teams. Check out all the games KBRB will broadcast during the fall season by clicking on the sports broadcast calendar link above.
The conversations with area coaches are located below.

Ainsworth

North Central

Stuart

West Holt

Sunday, August 21

Nick Martin and Kyle Jackman erased a four-shot deficit with a 9-under par round of 63 Sunday to capture the championship flight of the annual Border Bash Golf Tournament.

Shooting a 5-under-par 67 Saturday at the Bassett Country Club, Martin and Jackman found themselves in a third-place tie and trailing leaders Cordell Nilson and Jake Friedrich by four shots. Sunday at the Ainsworth Golf Course, Martin and Jackman carded a 5-under par 31 in the scramble round and a 4-under par 32 in the best ball round. Their two-day total of 130 was good for a three-shot victory over Nilson and Friedrich, who carded a 70 Sunday after a 63 Saturday.

Kevin Martin and Hunter Martin took third in the championship flight with a two-day total of 134.

Quade Hunt and Tate Phillips won the first flight by two shots, carding a 1-over par 73 Saturday at Bassett and a 1-under 71 Sunday at Ainsworth to finish with an even-par total of 144. There was a tie for second in the first flight between the team of Mark Young and Doc Tolley and the team of Jason McNair and Matt Morrison with two-day totals of 146.

The second flight went to a playoff after two teams tied with two-day scores of 151. The team of Bryce Coleman and Scott Swanson won the flight on the first playoff hole over the team of Corby Fischer and Lucas Fischer. Third place in the flight went to Heath Rudnick and Dave Theis with a two-day total of 154.

A total of 21 teams participated in the two-day Border Bash Tournament hosted by the Bassett Country Club and Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course. For 2023, Ainsworth will host the Saturday round with Sunday’s play at Bassett.

Thursday, August 18

O’Neill Girls Golf Invitational
Team Scores
1. Valentine, 406; 2. O’Neill, 407; 3. Pierce, 416; 4. Boone Central, 430; 5. Battle Creek, 455; 6. West Holt, 471; 7. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 478; 8. Crofton, 526; 9. Ainsworth, 610; 10. Norfolk Catholic, 612.

Top 10
1. Mekallyn Bancroft, VAL, 89; 2. Kaetryn Bancroft, VAL, 90; 3. Kaylin Gaughenbaugh, O’N, 94; 4. Emma Benson, BOONE, 96; 5. Tie between Taylor Beierman, BOONE, and Cecelia Mlnarik, O’N, 97; 7. Alena Peters, PIER, 98; 8. Maci Schommer, HCC, 99; 9. Claire Popkes, O’N, 102; 10. Molly Heimes, BAT, 103.

Ainsworth (610)
34. Jordan Beatty 135
39. Jaden Appleman 147
44. Hannah Beel 157
47. Terra Shoemaker 171

West Holt (471)
11. Catarina Ketteler 104
18. Brooklynn Butterfield 113
T-26. Abby Mathis 125
T-30. Brianna Anderson 129
43. Aubrei Clouse 156

Kevin Martin’s 2-under par round of 34 claimed the top mark Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Martin finished one shot ahead of Graig Kinzie, who posted a 1-under par round of 35. Doug Weiss carded a 1-over par round of 37, followed by Cam Palmer and Joel Klammer with rounds of 38, and Heath Rudnick and Landon Welke with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Shane Adams, Roger Magary and Kevin Martin with net rounds of 32. Zac Zeigler, Doug Wiess, Jon Alderson, Heath Rudnick, Cam Palmer and Tony Buckles finished with net rounds of 33.

Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel remain atop the team standings with 67 points, but the race has tightened as the team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck sits two points back with 65 points. The team of Landon Welke, Nick Martin and Jesse Owen moved into third place with 60 points.

Wednesday, August 17

Ashley Babcock blistered the Bassett Country Club Wednesday to the tune of a 2-over par round of 38 during women’s league golf. Babcock’s round of 38 was the lowest posted this season. She finished five shots clear of Vicki Friedrich, who carded a round of 43.

Hannah Greenwell shot a round of 44 Wednesday, followed by Kayla Fischer with a round of 47 and Harlee Gentele, Daile Coleman, Jan Foster, Trish Morrison and Kasey Foster with rounds of 48.

Tuesday, August 16

Jake Friedrich’s even-par round of 36 claimed the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Friedrich finished one shot ahead of Brady Foster and Matt Morrison, who both carded rounds of 37. Jacob Maurer, Zac Ziegler and Keian Fischer fired rounds of 38, followed by Mick Zink with a round of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Troy Gibson with a net 25. Mick Zink shot a net round of 26, followed by Zac Ziegler and Chad Buell with net rounds of 27.

Saturday, August 13

Springview Golf Course Glow Ball Tournament
Championship Flight
First- Cordell Nilson/Jess Swan – 52
2nd- Carl Nilson/Andrew Steinhauser-54
3rd- Ryan Richey/Keith Mizner-55

First Flight
Janell Kaupp/Trace Kaupp- 64
Conner Tibke/Ryan Moore-65
Mel and Kelli Gibson- 67

Thursday, August 11

Kevin Martin bested son Nick by one shot Thursday for the top spot during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Kevin carded a 1-under par round of 35, with Nick Martin following closely with an even-par 36.

Logan Leach, Robert Magill and Graig Kinzie posted 1-over par rounds of 37, with Todd Kicken and Cam Palmer shooting rounds of 38 and Chuck Whittney, Zane Wilson and Kyle Jackman firing rounds of 39.

The low net round, taking handicap into account, belonged to Gerhard Gous with a net 29. Tim Denny and Kevin Martin shot net rounds of 31, followed by Chuck Whittney, Nathan Kreikemeier, Trent Kinney, Todd Kicken and Zane Wilson with net rounds of 32.

Through 13 weeks of league, the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel maintains its grip atop the standings with 66 points. The team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck stays in second place with 59 points. Brian Delimont, Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman took over the third spot in the standings with 55 points.

Jan Foster led the way Thursday with a round of 41 during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster finished two shots clear of Hannah Greenwell, Tiff Maurer and Vicki Friedrich, who all posted rounds of 43.

Kasey Foster shot 44, followed by Debbie Morrison with a round of 45, Harlee Gentele and Kayla Fischer with rounds of 46, and Pam Seberger with a 47. Trish Morrison and Lisa Fischer finished with rounds of 48, and Alyx Klosterman carded a round of 49 Thursday.

Wednesday, August 10

On the final week of the season Wednesday, Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Rylee Pierce and Chelsey Peterson closed out a league championship by carding the lowest score of the night, a 1-under par scramble score of 35. Konkoleski, Palmer, Pierce and Peterson finished the season with 82 points, good for the league title by 1.5 points over Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher, who also had the second best score of the night Wednesday with an even-par 36 along with Ann Hoch, Jen Martin and Wendy Wilkins, who finished third in the team race with 76.5 points.

Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel carded a scramble score of 38 Wednesday, followed by Donita Painter, Darlene Ehlers and Linda Rice with a 39.

Tuesday, August 9

Brady Foster carded a 1-under par round of 35 to lead the way Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster finished two shots ahead of Clay Fischer, Bryce Coleman and Homer Buell, who each posted 1-over par rounds of 37. Jake Friedrich shot 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Lyle Anthony with a net 28. Scott Swanson and Bill Richey shot net rounds of 29, followed by Marc Gentele, Mason Dexter and Clay Fischer with net rounds of 30.

Sunday, August 7

The team of Pat Bordeaux, Taylor Brushbaker, Zach Lardal and Burt Shields won the championship flight of the Pink Ladies four-person scramble at the Ainsworth Golf Course Sunday. The winning team posted a 12-under par round of 60 to win by five shots over the runner-up team of Denee Limbach, Chelsea Risse, Eric Wackler and Danielle Wackler.

In the first flight, Clint Painter, Todd Kicken, Witten Painter and Morgan Kinney took first place with a score of 70. Finishing second in the first flight with an even-par 72 was the team of Kathy Worrell, Carol Walton, Jennifer Marlatt and Deb Weiss.

A team from Burwell including Dillon Critel won the championship flight Sunday during a four-person scramble at the Bassett Country Club. The winners carded a 16-under par round of 56 to win by two shots over the team of Cordell Nilson, Jess Swan, Michael Ripley and Logan Leach. Third place in the championship flight with a round of 60 was the team of Steve Camp, Carter Camp, Jake Friedrich and George Friedrich.

First place in the first flight Sunday was decided in a playoff, with Ev Bordeaux, Ben Bordeaux, Mike Hammer and Bryce Hammer winning the playoff over Clay Fischer, Kayla Fischer, Kasey Foster and Nathan Kriekemeier. Both teams posted rounds of 64.

Third place was decided in a scorecard playoff after three teams shot rounds of 65. Winning the scorecard playoff for third in the flight was the team of Amanda Murphy, Cody Goochey, Brett Swan and Robert Magill.

The team of Trish Morrison, Lauren Swanson, Harlee Gentele and Becky Lezotte won the second flight with a 3-under par round of 69. That was one shot better than the second-place team of Bryant Lezotte, Jordan Lezotte, John Klosterman and Alyx Klosterman. Third in the second flight was an even-par round of 72 from Dan Morrison, Debbie Morrison, Jan Foster and Deb Fischer.

A total of 23 teams competed in the four-person scramble Sunday at Bassett.

Saturday, August 6


Ainsworth retains Border Cup – Team members are
front row, left to right: Logan Leach, Kevin Martin,
Cody Goochey, Graig Kinzie, Doug Weiss and Todd
Kicken. Back row: Tony Allen, Joel Klammer, Robert
Magill, Kyle Jackman and Kirk Peterson.

Ainsworth retained the Border Cup Saturday at the Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course in the annual match play event between the top golfers from the Ainsworth and Bassett courses.

After winning the Border Cup a year ago at the Bassett Country Club, Ainsworth scored the 12-1/2 points needed to retain the cup in the closest matchup between the teams in the event’s history. Bassett scored 12-1/2 points as well but needed 13 points to win the cup.

Bassett won three of the five scramble matches to grab a one-point lead following the first of the four rounds of play. Both teams scored 2-1/2 points in the alternate shot round. Ainsworth evened the match at 7-1/2 each by winning two matches and halving two matches in the best ball round.

In the final round, Ainsworth won five of the 10 singles matches to score just enough to retain the Border Cup for another year. The 2023 event will be back at the Bassett Country Club.

The Ainsworth team will travel to Frederick Peak Golf Course Aug. 28 to take on Valentine in the annual Rolling Rock match play event.

Border Cup
Scramble Round
Graig Kinzie and Kirk Peterson, Ainsworth, def. Steve Camp and Brett Knoetzel, Bassett, 3&1
Matt Morrison and Cory Brodbeck, Bassett, def. Logan Leach and Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, 2&1
Jake Friedrich and Cordell Nilson, Bassett, def. Tony Allen and Robert Magill, Ainsworth, 3&1
Doug Weiss and Joel Klammer, Ainsworth, def. Bradd Bussinger and Corby Fischer, Bassett, 3&2
Bryce Coleman and Gunnar Bussinger, Bassett, def. Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman, Ainsworth, 1 UP
Bassett 3, Ainsworth 2

Alternate Shot Round
Jake Friedrich and Cordell Nilson, Bassett, def. Tony Allen and Robert Magill, Ainsworth, 2 UP
Matt Morrison and Cory Brodbeck, Bassett, def. Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman, Ainsworth, 1 UP
Steve Camp and Brett Knoetzel, Bassett, and Logan Leach and Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, HALVED
Doug Weiss and Joel Klammer, Ainsworth, def. Bradd Bussinger and Corby Fischer, Bassett, 2&1
Graig Kinzie and Kirk Peterson, Ainsworth, def. Bryce Coleman and Gunnar Bussinger, Bassett, 1 UP
Bassett 5-1/2, Ainsworth 4-1/2

Best Ball Round
Doug Weiss and Joel Klammer, Ainsworth, and Brady Foster and Matt Morrison, Bassett, HALVED
Cory Brodbeck and Bryce Coleman, Bassett, def. Cody Goochey and Todd Kicken, Ainsworth, 1 UP
Graig Kinzie and Kirk Peterson, Ainsworth, def. Jake Friedrich and Corby Fischer, Bassett, 2&1
Logan Leach and Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, def. Brett Knoetzel and Bradd Bussinger, Bassett, 3&2
Tony Allen and Robert Magill, Ainsworth, and Steve Camp and Gunnar Bussinger, Bassett, HALVED
Bassett 7-1/2, Ainsworth 7-1/2

Singles Round
Robert Magill, Ainsworth, def. Jake Friedrich, Bassett, 3&1
Brett Knoetzel, Bassett, def. Doug Weiss, Ainsworth, 2&1
Kevin Martin, Ainsworth, def. Brady Foster, Bassett, 1 UP
Steve Camp, Bassett, def. Graig Kinzie, Ainsworth, 1 UP
Logan Leach, Ainsworth, def. Cordell Nilson, Bassett, 3&2
Corby Fischer, Bassett, def. Joel Klammer, Ainsworth, 2&1
Bryce Coleman, Bassett, def. Kirk Peterson, Ainsworth, 2&1
Cory Brodbeck, Bassett, def. Cody Goochey, Ainsworth, 1 UP
Kyle Jackman, Ainsworth, def. Matt Morrison, Bassett, 2&1
Tony Allen, Ainsworth, def. Bradd Bussinger, Bassett, 4&2
Final Score
Ainsworth 12-1/2, Bassett 12-1/2 (Ainsworth retains)

Ainsworth
Kirk Peterson 3-1
Graig Kinzie 3-1
Joel Klammer 2-1-1
Kevin Martin 2-1-1
Doug Weiss 2-1-1
Logan Leach 2-1-1
Tony Allen 1-2-1
Robert Magill 1-2-1
Kyle Jackman 1-2
Todd Kicken 0-1
Cody Goochey 0-4

Bassett
Cory Brodbeck 4-0
Bryce Coleman 3-1
Matt Morrison 2-1-1
Cordell Nilson 2-1
Steve Camp 1-1-2
Jake Friedrich 2-2
Gunnar Bussinger 1-1-1
Brett Knoetzel 1-2-1
Corby Fischer 1-3
Brady Foster 0-1-1
Bradd Bussinger 0-4

Thursday, August 4

Robert Magill and Graig Kinzie shared the top spot Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Magill and Kinzie both carded 1-under par rounds of 35. The only other rounds below 40 Thursday belonged to Brett Knoetzel and Logan Leach, who both posted 2-over par rounds of 38.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Robert Magill and Wes Luther with net rounds of 31. Logan Zwiebel, Jeremiah Finley, Marty Graff and Bruce Mitchell shot net rounds of 32.

The team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel remains atop the team standings with 60 points. The team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck sits second with 56 points. Third place is the team of Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey with 50 points.

Wednesday, August 3

The low scramble score Wednesday during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course belonged to the team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher with a 4-under par round of 32. Three teams carded 2-under par rounds of 34, including the team of Ann Hoch, Jen Martin and Wendy Wilkins, the team of Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel, and the team of Devyn France, McKenzie Brodbeck and Katie Owen.

The team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral posted a round of 37, followed by rounds of 38 from the team of Donita Painter, Darlene Ehlers and Linda Rice, and the team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce.

With one week of league play remaining, the team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce lead the team race with 75 points. Sitting two back in second is the team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher. In third with 72 points is the team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral.

Playing a day early due to Rock County Fair activities, three golfers tied for the top spot Wednesday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Hannah Greenwell, Kayla Fischer and Trish Morrison all posted rounds of 44 to share the top score for the night.

Vicki Friedrich carded a round of 45, followed by Lisa Fischer, Kasey Foster, Jan Foster and Tiff Maurer with rounds of 46. Harlee Gentele and Jayce Linse shot rounds of 48.

Tuesday, August 2

Brady Foster’s 2-under par round of 34 claimed the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster finished one shot ahead of Matt Morrison and Bryce Coleman, who both carded 1-under par rounds of 35. Troy Brodbeck and Jake Friedrich shot even-par rounds of 36, followed by Cordell Nilson and Clay Fischer with rounds of 37, and Drew Lezotte and Lucas Fischer with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Flint Licking with a net round of 26. Lucas Fischer, Troy Brodbeck and Matt Morrison posted net rounds of 27, followed by Drew Lezotte with a net 28.

Saturday, July 30

Landon Welke and Lydia Allen won the championship flight of the annual two-person glowball tournament Saturday at the Ainsworth Golf Course.

Welke and Allen carded a 4-under par round of 68 to finish one shot ahead of Natalie and Logan Leach, whose 3-under par round of 69 was good for second place. Ben Wright and Jeff Sisson took third in the championship flight with a round of 73.

Clint Painter and Witten Painter won the first flight with a round of 78, finishing one shot ahead of Alex Kunz and Chase Broders. Third in the first flight went to Liz and Monte Goshorn with a round of 86.

In the glowball tournament, teams played nine holes of scramble golf in the daylight and then nine holes of scramble golf in the dark using glowball equipment.

Thursday, July 28

Teammates Jesse Owen and Nick Martin both carded even-par rounds of 36 Thursday to lead the field during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Martin and Owen finished one shot ahead of Graig Kinzie, who posted a 1-over par 37. Brett Knoetzel, Dane Sears and Logan Leach each finished with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Jesse Owen and Dane Sears with net rounds of 32. Gerhard Gous shot a net 33, followed by Martin Gonzales and Heath Rudnick with net rounds of 34.

Through 11 weeks of league, the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel leads the standings with 54 points. Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck sit in second place with 51 points, followed by Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey in third with 50 points.

Hannah Greenwell’s round of 40 was the top mark Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Ashley Babcock finished a shot back with a round of 41, followed by Vicki Friedrich with a round of 42 and Debbie Morrison with a 43.

Jan Foster and Harlee Gentele posted rounds of 46, with Holly Pospichal shooting 47 and Jayce Linse and Matyson Kleinschmidt both carding rounds of 49.

Wednesday, July 27

Two teams turned in under-par scramble scores during women’s league golf Wednesday at the Ainsworth Golf Course. The team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce carded a 1-under par round of 35, as did the team of Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel. The team of Ann Hoch, Jen Martin and Wendy Wilkins posted an even-par 36, followed by Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher with a 37. The team of Donita Painter, Darlene Ehlers and Linda Rice shot a 39.

The team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Riley Pierce leads the team standings with 70 points. Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral sit second in the standings with 66.5 points, followed by Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher with 64.5 points.

Tuesday, July 26

Steve Camp’s 1-over par round of 37 claimed the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Camp finished one shot ahead of Bryce Coleman, Cordell Nilson and Alex Kunz, who posted rounds of 38. Jake Friedrich, Gunnar Bussinger and George Friedrich carded rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Eric Wegener with a net 30. Joey Anderson, Alex Kunz, Nathan Kreikemeier and Travis Magary all shot net rounds of 31.

Sunday, July 24

The Bassett Country Club hosted its annual men’s open Sunday, with Graig Kinzie holding off Jake Friedrich and Brady Foster for the championship flight title. Kinzie carded a 1-under par round of 35 on the first nine and a 1-over 37 on the second nine to finish with an even-par total of 72. That was good for a one-shot win over Friedrich, who posted a 37 on the first nine and an even-par 36 on the second nine for a score of 73. Foster, after a round of 40 on the first nine, fired a 2-under par 34 on the second nine to finish in third with a round of 74.

Bryce Coleman shot a 43 on the first nine and a 38 on the second nine to win the first flight with a score of 81. Four golfers tied for second in the flight with rounds of 82, including Scott Swanson, Landon Welke, Clay Fischer and Kyle Jackman.

The second flight went to a playoff for first place, with Chris Coulter winning the playoff over Butch Fischer and Mike Kunz after all three golfers shot rounds of 87.

Carl Nilson won the third flight Sunday with a round of 93, one shot better than Drew Lezotte and Marc Gentele, who tied for second in the flight with rounds of 94.

Saturday, July 23

Brenda Konkoleski and Amanda Murphy won the championship flight of the two-women tournament Saturday at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Konkoleski and Murphy carded a 1-under par round of 71 to win by three over Natalie Leach and Jen Martin, who shot a 2-over par round of 74. Third in the championship flight went to Renee Brewster and Kathy Pebble with a round of 75.

Ann Hoch and Wendy Wilkins won the first flight Saturday with a round of 80. Calista Wilson and Kelli Kral took second in the flight with a score of 84, and Danita Painter and Brenda Davis finished third in the first flight with a round of 90.

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Friday, July 22

The 12th annual Rock County Hospital four-person scramble golf tournament saw 28 teams converge Friday on the Bassett Country Club.

Nate Prouty, Chris Larsen, Chad Matthews and Caleb Finch won the championship flight of the tournament with a 6-under par round of 30. That was two shots better than the second-place tie between the team of Jay Addison, Sarah Addison and Mike Kunz and the team Kasey Foster, Shelly Herrington, Kayla Fischer and Keian Fischer.

There was a three-way tie for first in the first flight with rounds of 33 between the team of Bryan Coleman, Bobbi Coleman, Bryce Coleman and Daile Coleman, the team of Dr. Danial McGowan, Shane Kinnick, Heather Doke and Steph Prouty, and the team of Dane Sears, Jacob Maurer, Troy Gibson and J.W. Ogier.

The second flight ended in a three-way tie with rounds of 36 between the team of Jeff Knox, Courtney Knox, Bryant Lezotte and Jordan Lezotte, the team of Butch Fischer, Joe Lutz, Bim Nelson and Jim Nelson, and the team of Al Armstrong, Ev Armstrong, Rick Foxworthy and Karen Foxworthy.

There was also a three-way tie for first in the third flight with rounds of 38 between the team of Lisa Fischer, Ben Fischer, Jayce Linse and Dr. Ross Pacini, the team of Camie Magary, Travis Magary, Rogery Magary and Cathy Bartling, and the team of Drew Lezotte, Becky Lezotte, Brandt Lezotte and Michelle Lezotte.

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Thursday, July 21

Landon Welke fired a 2-under par round of 34 to lead the field Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Welke finished one shot clear of Nick Martin and Graig Kinzie, who both posted 1-under par rounds of 35. Kyle Jackman and Rod Worrell carded even-par rounds of 36. Cody Goochey and Kevin Martin shot rounds of 37, followed by Brett Knoetzel, Logan Leach, Rex Micheel and Troy Brodbeck with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Kyle Jackman and Chad Pierce with net rounds of 31. Chris Lammers, Rex Micheel and Landon Welke finished with net rounds of 32.

Through 10 weeks of league, the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel lead the team race with 51 points. Sitting second one point back is the team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck. Third place belongs to Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey with 49 points.

Jan Foster and Ashley Babcock shared the top spot with rounds of 41 Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Vicki Friedrich carded a round of 43, followed by Harlee Gentele with a round of 44.

Kayla Fischer posted a 45, with Kari Anderson shooting a 46 and Trish Morrison, Daile Coleman, Hannah Greenwell and Lisa Connery finishing with rounds of 47.

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Wednesday, July 20

Several teams posted solid scramble scores Wednesday during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. The top score was a 1-under par 35 carded by both the team of Ann Hoch, Jen Martin and Wendy Wilkins, and the team of Heather Lutter, Tammy Hancock and Mandi Evans.

Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Rice shot a 2-over par round of 38, as did the team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral and the team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher.

The team of Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel finished with a round of 39.

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Tuesday, July 19

Brady Foster’s 1-under par round of 35 took the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster finished one shot ahead of Jake Friedrich, who carded an even-par 36. Gunnar Bussinger, Dane Dailey and George Friedrich posted rounds of 38, and Bryce Coleman shot a round of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Dane Dailey and Zac Ziegler with net rounds of 30.

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Sunday, July 17

The opening day of the National High School Finals Rodeo is complete. Listen below for the results from Nebraska participants.

Rich Crow Eagle finished one shot shy of tying the course record in the opening round of the annual Ainsworth Golf Course Men’s Open Tournament Sunday.

Crow Eagle carded a 5-under par 31 on the opening nine, backing it up with an even-par 36 on the second nine for a round of 67 to win the championship flight by six shots over Nick Martin, who posted a 38 on the opening nine and a 1-under par 35 on the second nine to take second with a 1-over par round of 73.

Brett Knoetzel and Mike Beardt tied for third in the championship flight with rounds of 79.

The first flight was decided in a playoff, with Landon Welke winning the first playoff hole over Robert Magill after both golfers carded rounds of 78. Doc Tolly took third in the first flight with a round of 81, and Cody Goochey placed fourth in the flight with a round of 82.

Bryce Coleman won a playoff over Keian Fischer in the second flight after both golfers finished with scores of 86. Third place in the second flight went to Rod Worrell with a round of 89, and fourth in the flight was a five-way tie between Ben Wright, Chad Pierce, Jade Egle, Clay Fischer and Jess Swan with rounds of 91.

Kirk Peterson won the third flight Sunday with a round of 88, taking the flight by one shot over Cory Brodbeck. Carl Nilson took third in the flight with a round of 90, and Ben Beegle finished fourth with a round of 92.

Forty-two golfers competed Sunday in the annual Men’s Open.

Thursday, July 14

Five golfers shared the top spot Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Bryce Coleman, Nick Martin, Logan Leach, Doug Weiss and Graig Kinzie each carded 1-over par rounds of 37 to lead the field. Jess Swan, Brett Knoetzel, Joel Klammer and Landon Welke each shot 2-over par rounds of 38.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Chris Lammers with a net round of 29. Bryce Coleman posted a net round of 30, followed by Zane Wilson with a net 32 and Ben Wright with a net round of 33.

Through nine weeks of league, there has been a change atop the leaderboard, with two teams tied with 45 points. The team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel is tied with the team of Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey for first place, with the team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck sitting third two points behind the leaders.

Vicki Friedrich and Ashley Babcock were the top golfers Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club with rounds of 43. Friedrich and Babcock finished one shot clear of Harlee Gentele, who posted a round of 44. Daile Coleman shot a round of 45, with Trish Morrison and Kayla Fischer following with rounds of 46. Deb Fischer carded a round of 47, and Jan Foster shot 48.

Wednesday, July 13

The low scramble round during women’s league golf Wednesday at the Ainsworth Golf Course belonged to the team of Ann Hoch, Jen Martin and Wendy Wilkins. That group carded a 3-under par scramble round of 33 to finish four shots clear of Brenda Konkoleski, Chelsey Peterson, Rylee Pierce and Danielle Palmer. The team of Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel posted a 2-over par round of 38, followed by a 39 from Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral.

The team of Brenda Konkoleski, Chelsey Peterson, Rylee Pierce and Danielle Palmer lead the team standings with 57 points. Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral sit three points back in second with 54 points, followed by Penny Waits, Kendra Osterman and Liz Goshorn in third with 50.5 points.

Tuesday, July 12

Brady Foster’s 1-under par round of 35 led the way Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster finished one shot ahead of Bryce Coleman, Bradd Bussinger and Gunnar Bussinger, who each posted even-par rounds of 36. Jake Friedrich and Cordell Nilson carded rounds of 38.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Bryce Coleman and Drew Lezotte with net rounds of 29. Flint Licking shot a net round of 30.

Sunday, July 10

It was a busy weekend for golf in the area, with two tournaments Saturday and two more Sunday.

Saturday, the team of Jen Martin, Kevin Martin, Natalie Leach and Logan Leach won the championship flight of a two-couple tournament at the Ainsworth Golf Course. The Martin and Leach team carded a 4-under par round of 68 to win by one shot over the team of Ashley Martin, Nick Martin, Lydia Allen and Landon Welke. Third in the championship flight went to the team of Julie Micheel, Rex Micheel, Rachel Peers and AJ Mitchell with a 1-over par round of 73.

The first flight was decided in a playoff, with the team of Calista Wilson, Heath Rudnick, Ashley Wright and Ben Wright winning over the team of Donita Painter, Clint Painter, Renee Brewster and Les Painter after both teams carded rounds of 77. Third in the first flight went to Kathy Worrell, Rod Worrell, Jeri Graff and Jake Graff with a round of 78.

The Bassett Country Club hosted its annual four-person Vegas scramble tournament Saturday. The team of Alex Kunz, Riley Bilstein, Connor Osborne and Garrison Hansen won the championship flight with a 13-under par round of 59. That was good for a one-shot win over two teams that tied for second with rounds of 60. The team of Ty Nelson, Gunnar Bussinger, Dane Dailey and Zac Zeigler tied with the team of Cordell Nilson, Jess Swan, Michael Ripley and Keith Mizner.

The first flight was decided in a playoff, with Trish Morrison, Matt Morrison, Kyle Lingenfelter and Lauren Swanson winning over the team of Butch Fischer, Joe Lutz, Dalton Pelster and Debbie Morrison after both teams carded 7-under par rounds of 65. Third in the first flight went to John Miller, Seth Miller, Tami Marcellus and Wayne Hesse with a round of 66.

In the second flight, the team of Dean Bretschneider, Jim McKinney, Mick Zink and Mel Gibson took first with a round of 73. One shot back in second was the team of Drew LeZotte, Becky LeZotte, Eric Feddersen and Anna Feddersen. Third in the flight went to Sheri Gann, Steve Gann, Jeff Kinney and Lisa Fischer with a round of 78.

Sunday, the Ainsworth Golf Course hosted a one-person use-it-or-lose-it scramble. Logan Leach earned a three-shot victory in the championship flight with a 9-under par round of 63. Brett Knoetzel took second in the top flight with a 6-under par round of 66. Nick Martin won a playoff over Robert Magill for third place after both golfers carded rounds of 67.

The first flight went to a playoff, with Landon Welke winning over Joel Klammer after both golfers shot even-par rounds of 72. Doc Tolly finished third in the flight with a round of 73.

Also Sunday, the annual Springview Open Tournament was held, with Jess Swan winning the men’s championship with a 3-under par round of 57. That was good for a two-shot victory over Carl Nilson, who carded a 1-under par 59. Graig Kinzie took third in the championship flight with an even-par 60.

Ben Painter won a four-way playoff in the first flight. Chris Coulter took second and Brooks Smith third after all three shot rounds of 74. Ryan Richey also shot 74 but was the odd-man out in the playoff.

Brenda Konkoleski won the women’s championship with a round of 71. That was two shots better than Amanda Murphy, who carded a round of 73. Kim Jeffers finished third in the women’s flight with a round of 75.

Thursday, July 7

A week after several golfers were under par, the top score Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course was a 2-over par 38. Brett Knoetzel, Joel Klammer and Logan Leach each posted rounds of 38, with Kyle Jackman and Noah Graff finishing with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Robbie France with a net 30. Michael Ripley and Rex Micheel carded net rounds of 31, followed by Jim Jackman with a net 33.

The team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch lead the standings with 41 points, one ahead of the team of Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey. There is a tie for third with 38 points between the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel, and the team of Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck.

Ashley Babcock’s round of 41 led the field Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Babcock finished one shot ahead of Vicki Friedrich. Kasey Foster carded a round of 45, followed by Harlee Gentele and Hannah Greenwell with rounds of 47. Trish Morrison and Kayla Fischer posted rounds of 48, and Lacey Friedrich shot 49.

Wednesday, July 6

Women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course Wednesday began its scramble portion of the season. Three teams tied for the top score with scramble rounds of 38. The team of Ann Hoch, Jen Martin and Wendy Wilkins, the team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral, and the team of Heather Lutter, Mandy Evans and Tamara Hancock each carded 2-over par rounds to tie for the top round of the night. The team of Kathy Worrell, Julie Micheel and Stephanie Kinzie posted a round of 39.

The team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graf and Kelli Kral lead the team standings with 52 points, followed by Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce in second with 48.5 points. The team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher sits third with 46 points.

Tuesday, July 5

Homer Buell put together a 1-under par round of 35 to lead the field Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Buell finished three shots clear of Gunnar Bussinger and Jake Friedrich, who each carded 2-over par rounds of 38.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Chase Broders with a net 27. Homer Buell posted a net 28, followed by Kyle Lingenfelter and Austin Kroll with net rounds of 29.

Thursday, June 30

Four golfers blistered the Ainsworth Golf Course Thursday during men’s league to the tune of 2-under par rounds of 34. Landon Welke, Noah Graff, Joel Klammer and Nick Martin each fired 2-under par rounds, with Tony Allen carding a 1-under par round of 35. Graig Kinzie shot an even-par 36, followed by Cody Goochey and Todd Kicken with rounds of 38 and Brett Knoetzel and Robert Magill with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Noah Graff with a net 28. Robbie France finished with a net round of 29, followed by Landon Welke with a net 30 and Scott Steinhauser with a net round of 31.

Through seven weeks of league, the team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch lead the standings with 36 points. Sitting two points back tied for second are the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel, and the team of Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey.

Ashley Babcock fired an even-par round of 36 Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club to finish four shots clear of the field. Trish Morrison carded a round of 40, followed by Hannah Greenwell and Vicki Friedrich with rounds of 41.

Kayla Fischer shot 43 Thursday, with Jan Foster posting a 44 and Daile Coleman a round of 45. Kasey Foster shot a 46, and Debbie Morrison and Kari Anderson each shot rounds of 48.

Cordell Nilson shot an even-par round of 30 to lead the men Wednesday during league golf at the Springview Golf Course. Amanda Murphy’s round of 35 claimed the top score for the women.

Andrew Steinhauser and Carl Nilson lead the team standings at Springview with 39.5 points. Mike Swan and Kirk Sharp sit second with 36 points, followed by Cordell Nilson and Jess Swan in third with 34.5 points.

Wednesday, June 29

Jen Martin and Brenda Konkoleski shared the top spot Wednesday during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course with rounds of 43. Martin and Konkoleski finished five shots clear of Ann Hoch and Darlene Ehlers, who both posted rounds of 48. Calista Wilson carded a round of 49.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Liz Goshorn with a net 31. Ginger Brockman shot a net round of 32.

The team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral lead the team standings with 44.5 points, good for a two-point lead over the team of Penny Waits, Liz Goshorn and Kendra Osterman. Third place is the team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce with 39.5 points.

Tuesday, June 28

Jake Friedrich’s 1-under par round of 35 topped the field Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Friedrich finished one shot ahead of Brady Foster and Tyler Knox, who both carded even-par rounds of 36. Al Armstrong and Gunnar Bussinger shot rounds of 37, followed by Bradd Bussinger with a round of 38, and Jacob Maurer, Bryce Coleman, Dane Dailey and Ty Nelson with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Al Armstrong for the second week in a row. Armstrong finished with a net 25. Tyler Knox and Mason Dexter posted net rounds of 28, followed by Kevin Allen with a net round of 29.

Monday, June 27

After Springview won the inaugural event on its home course, Bassett dominated the annual match-play golf event between the two clubs Saturday at the Bassett Country Club. Bassett nearly pitched a shutout, winning the event by a 24-1 margin.

Featuring golfers from both the Bassett Country Club and Springview Golf Course, the match-play event features four rounds of nine-hole match play golf, with scramble, alternate shot, best ball and singles rounds.

Results of the event:

Scramble Round
Jake Friedrich and Bryant LeZotte, Bassett, def. Carl Nilson and Michael Ripley, Springview, 1 UP
Jeff Knox and Tyler Knox, Bassett, def. Ben Painter and Mel Gibson, Springview, 4&3
Brady Foster and Jason McNair, Bassett, def. Cordell Nilson and Mick Zink, Springview, 4&3
Bryce Coleman and Marc Gentele, Bassett, def. Keith Mizner and Tony Titus, Springview, 3&2
Matt Morrison and Jacob Maurer, Bassett, def. Jess Swan and Troy Gibson, Springview, 1 UP
Bassett 5, Springview 0

Alternate Shot
Bryce Coleman and Marc Gentele, Bassett, def. Ben Painter and Mick Zink, Springview, 2&1
Brady Foster and Jason McNair, Bassett, def. Keith Mizner and Tony Titus, Springview, 5&3
Matt Morrison and Jacob Maurer, Bassett, def. Carl Nilson and Jess Swan, Springview, 1 UP
Jake Friedrich and Bryant LeZotte, Bassett, def. Troy Gibson and Mel Gibson, Springview, 5&4
Jeff Knox and Tyler Knox, Bassett, def. Cordell Nilson and Michael Ripley, Springview, 4&3
Bassett 10, Springview 0

Best Ball
Matt Morrison and Jacob Maurer, Bassett, def. Jess Swan and Ben Painter, Springview, 2&1
Jeff Knox and Tyler Knox, Bassett, def. Keith Mizner and Tony Titus, Springview, 2&1
Jake Friedrich and Bryant LeZotte, Bassett, def. Carl Nilson and Troy Gibson, Springview, 4&2
Bryce Coleman and Marc Gentele, Bassett, def. Mel Gibson and Mick Zink, Springview, 4&3
Brady Foster and Jason McNair, Bassett, def. Cordell Nilson and Michael Ripley, Springview, 4&3
Bassett 15, Springview 0

Singles Round
Tyler Knox, Bassett, def. Keith Mizner, Springview, 3&1
Jeff Knox, Bassett, def. Tony Titus, Springview, 5&3
Jason McNair, Bassett, def. Mick Zink, Springview, 1 UP
Brady Foster, Bassett, def. Carl Nilson, Springview, 1 UP
Jacob Maurer, Bassett, def. Troy Gibson, Springview, 3&2
Matt Morrison, Bassett, def. Jess Swan, Springview, 4&3
Bryce Coleman, Bassett, def. Michael Ripley, Springview, 4&2
Marc Gentele, Bassett, def. Mel Gibson, Springview, 2 UP
Bryant LeZotte, Bassett, def. Ben Painter, Springview, 2&1
Cordell Nilson, Springview, def. Jake Friedrich, Bassett, 2&1
Final Score
Bassett 24, Springview 1

Sunday, June 26

Nick Martin, Landon Welke, Keaton Gracey and Rob Maxwell won the championship flight during the annual alumni four-person scramble golf tournament Sunday at the Ainsworth Golf Course.

The winners carded an 18-under par round of 54 to win by three shots over the team of Bruce Beebout, Brandon Beebout, Daniel Schumacher and Shawn Rhodehorst. The second-place team shot a 15-under round of 57. Third place in the championship flight went to Amanda Murphy, Cordell Nilson, Carl Nilson and Michael Ripley with a 9-under par round of 63.

Kyle Jackman, Keian Fischer, Kayla Fischer and Clay Fischer won the first flight Sunday with a 7-under par round of 65. Nate Johnson, Robert Magill, Jake Graff and Logan Leach finished second in the flight with a round of 67, and the team of Ty Shelbourn, Chad Hollenbeck, Traci Hartley and Kendra Hollenbeck took third in a scorecard playoff with a round of 68.

The second flight was decided by a scorecard playoff, with the team of Chester Smith, Mark Peterson, Dawson Del-Porto and Justin Calif winning the playoff for first place in the flight. Steve Salzman, Bob Beatty and Steve Kamas shot 70 to place second after the scorecard playoff. Third in the second flight went to Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen, Lane Johnson and Erica Salegel with a round of 71.

Thursday, June 23

Joel Klammer led the field Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course with a 2-under par round of 34. Klammer finished a shot ahead of Doug Weiss and Kevin Martin, who both carded 1-under par rounds of 35. Jesse Owen and Troy Brodbeck posted rounds of 36, followed by Graig Kinzie with a round of 37. Nick Martin, Todd Kicken, Cody Goochey and Logan Leach shot rounds of 38, and Chuck Whitney, Noah Graff and Jade Egle had rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Jesse Owen with a net 29. Jade Egle, Jeremy O’Hare, Joel Klammer and Troy Brodbeck finished with net rounds of 30.

Through six weeks of league, the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel lead the standings with 33 points. Sitting two points back in second is the team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch. Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey are third in the team race with 30 points.

Debbie Morrison and Ashley Babcock shared the top spot Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club with rounds of 42. Tiff Maurer carded a round of 44, followed by Vicki Friedrich, Harlee Gentele and Daile Coleman with rounds of 45. Hannah Greenwell posted a round of 46, with Trish Morrison and Kasey Foster shooting 47s and Lisa Connery with a 48.

Wednesday, June 22

Jen Martin and Brenda Konkoleski shared the best round Wednesday during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course with rounds of 43. Lydia Allen and Calista Wilson carded rounds of 45. Jen Marlatt and Nicole Johnson posted rounds of 48, followed by Stephanie Kinzie, Jen Schiermeyer and Darlene Ehlers with rounds of 49.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Calista Wilson and Lydia Allen with net rounds of 27. Penny Waits shot a net round of 29, followed by Jen Schiermeyer with a net 30.

With 36.5 points, the team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral lead the team standings. The team of Penny Waits, Kendra Osterman and Liz Goshorn sits one point back at 35.5 points, and the team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher is third with 34.5 points, two points back of the leaders.

Tuesday, June 21

Brady Foster and Al Armstrong both fired 1-under par rounds of 35 to share the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster and Armstrong finished one shot ahead of Gunnar Bussinger, who carded an even-par round of 36. Matt Morrison shot 37, followed by Jake Friedrich with a round of 38.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Al Armstrong with a blistering net 22. Troy Gibson posted a net round of 27, followed by Ben Anthony, Lyle Anthony and Jim McKinney with net rounds of 29.

Monday, June 20

The Homestead Bank team of Dane Sears, Kevin Martin, Jen Martin and Nick Martin captured the championship flight title of the annual Brown County Hospital four-person scramble golf tournament Friday at the Ainsworth Golf Course. The Homestead Bank team carded a 12-under par round of 60 to hold off the Allen Monument team of Terry Allen, Lydia Allen, Landon Welke and Randy Welke by one shot. The Three River Communications team of Troy Brodbeck, Tony Allen, Brian Delimont and Cody Goochey took third in the championship flight with a 10-under par 62.

The Ainsworth Motors team of Cam Palmer, John Pierce and Graig Kinzie won the first flight with a 6-under par round of 66. The Ainsworth Motors team finished one ahead of two teams, who tied for second with rounds of 67. The Mundhenke Agency team of Karissa Beck, Chad Pierce, Logan Zwiebel and Dane Dialey and the Old Kids team of Larry Rice, Jerry Ehlers, Todd Kicken and Brett Fernau tied for second in the flight at 5-under par.

The Brown County Agricultural Society team of Tyler Johnson, Ryan Dowdy, Noah Graff and Beau Buechele won the second flight with an even-par round of 72. The Beckenhauer Construction team, of Joe Beckenhauer, Bill Beckenhauer and Woody Willcuts finished second in the flight with a round of 73, and the Brown County Hospital Therapy team of Katie Owen, Ben Beegle, Kasey Kappel and Sophie Lopez took third in the flight with a round of 74.

Ben Fischer won the drawing for the cow cake and Crystal Dailey won the solo stove package.

Funds raised during the annual tournament benefit the Brown County Hospital Foundation.

Sunday, June 19

Jon Wolf and Brett Leiswald topped the 28-team field Sunday during the two-person alumni scramble at the Bassett Country Club. Wolf and Leiswald posted a 10-under par round of 62 to win by three shots over Brady Foster and Cody Jaymes, who fired a 7-under par 65 for second place.

There was a tie for third place in the championship flight with rounds of 67 between the team of Ev Bordeaux and Ben Bordeaux, and the team of Matt Morrison and Dan Morrison.

Joe Lutz and Kayla Fischer won a playoff for first place in the first flight over Nathan Kreikmeier and Jason McNair after both teams carded rounds of 71. Beau Herrington and Shelly Herrington shot 72 for third in the flight, followed by Craig Morrison and Bryce Coleman with a 73 for fourth.

Four teams tied for first place in the second flight with rounds of 77. The team of Drew LeZotte and Kyle Lingenfelter won the four-way playoff for the flight title. Tying for second were Jhett Hollenbeck and Todd Hollenbeck, the team of Debbie Morrison and Trish Morrison, and the team of Kasey Foster and Jan Foster.

Carl Nilson, Jess Swan and Troy Brodbeck held on for a one-shot victory Sunday during the annual Father’s Day three-person scramble golf tournament at the Springview Golf Course.

Nilson, Swan and Brodbeck carded an 8-under par round of 52 to win by one over the team of Cordell Nilson, Amanda Murphy and Ryan Richey.

Third place in the championship flight went to Ben Painter, Brooks Smith and Kage Smith with a round of 56.

Shooting an even-par round of 60 to win the first flight was the team of Mel Gibson, Abby Gibson and Troy Gibson. That was good for a one-shot win over two teams that carded rounds of 61. Tying for second in the flight were the team of Cindy Libolt, Brenda Konkoleski and Leighton Konkoleski, and the team of Jason Orton, Bill Orton and Raden Orton.

Thursday, June 16

Jess Swan fired a 1-under par round of 35 to lead the field Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Swan finished one shot ahead of Logan Leach and Cam Palmer, who both carded even-par rounds of 36. Kevin Martin shot a round of 37, followed by Brett Knoetzel, Nick Martin and Graig Kinzie with rounds of 38. Dane Sears, Robert Magill and Jim Hoch finished with rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Jess Swan with a net 27. Roger Magary carded a net round of 28, followed by Cam Palmer and Dane Sears with net rounds of 31.

Through five weeks of league play, the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel sits at the top of the standings with 30 points. Brian Delimont, Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman sit three points back in second. There is a tie for third with 25 points between the team of Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey, and the team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch.

Tuesday, June 14

For the third week in a row, Jen Martin led the way during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course Wednesday. Martin fired a round of 40 to hold off Brenda Konkoleski by one shot for the top spot. Ashley Martin and Darlene Ehlers posted round of 48, followed by Rhonda Theis with a round of 49.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Brenda Konkoleski with a net 30. Brenda Davis carded a net round of 31, followed by Rhonda Theis and Tamara Hancock with net rounds of 32.

Penny Waits, Liz Goshorn and Kendra Osterman lead the team standings with 28 points. That is one-half point better than the team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher. The team of Calista Wilson, Jeri Graff and Kelli Kral moved into third place with 26.5 points.

Tuesday, June 14

Gunnar Bussinger and Brady Foster shared the top spot Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Bussinger and Foster both carded 1-over par rounds of 37. Corby Fischer finished a shot back at 38, followed by Jake Friedrich with a round of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Ben Anthony with a net 28. Gunnar Bussinger posted a net round of 29, followed by Scott Swanson with a net 30 and Tony Tiefenthaler and Ben Fischer with net rounds of 31.

Thursday, June 9

Kevin Martin’s 1-over par round of 37 paced the field Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Martin finished one shot better than Jesse Owen and Graig Kinzie, who both posted 2-over par rounds of 38. Kyle Jackman and Rod Worrell both shot rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was shared by Jesse Owen and Marty Graff with net rounds of 30. Ben Beegle carded a net round of 31, and Kyle Jackman, Chad Pierce, Sherm Goochey and Kim Buckley finished with net rounds of 32.

Through four weeks of league, the team of Shane Kinnick, Dane Sears and Sherm Goochey lead the standings with 23 points. Sitting one point back in second is the team of Brian Delimont, Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman. There is a tie for third with 21 points between the team of Doug Weiss, Jim Hoch and Todd Kicken, and the team of Landon Welke, Nick Martin and Jesse Owen.

Ashley Babcock garnered the top spot Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club with a round of 42. That was two shots clear of Trish Morrison, who posted a 44 Thursday. Kayla Fischer carded a round of 45, followed by Jan Foster and Debbie Morrison with rounds of 46, Harlee Gentele with a 47, and Vicki Friedrich with a round of 49.

Wednesday, June 8

Jen Martin once again claimed the top spot during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course Wednesday. Martin shot a round of 42 to finish four shots ahead of Julie Micheel, who posted a 46. Wendy Wilkins and Ann Hoch carded rounds of 48, followed by Darlene Ehlers with a round of 49.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Penny Waits with a net 30. Ann Hoch finished with a net round of 32, followed by Rhonda Theis with a net 33.

The team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher lead the team standings with 21.5 points. That is one-half point better than the second-place team of Penny Waits, Kendra Osterman and Liz Goshorn. There is a tie for third with 20.5 points between the team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce, and the team of Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel.

Tuesday, June 7

Brady Foster edged three golfers for the low round Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Foster carded a 1-over par 37, one better than Butch Fischer, Logan Zwiebel and Homer Buell, who each shot 2-over par rounds of 38. Jake Friedrich and Matt Morrison posted rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Austin Kroll with a net 30. Dean Bretschneider, Tony Tiefenthaler, Marty Moravec and Beau Herrington all finished with net rounds of 31.

Sunday, June 5

Brett Knoetzel and Graig Kinzie won the championship flight of the fifth annual Memorial Tournament Sunday at the Ainsworth Golf Course.

Played this year in memory of longtime member Bob Micheel, the Memorial Tournament features two-person teams playing nine holes of best ball, nine holes of alternate shot and nine holes of aggregate where both players play their own ball and both scores are counted.

Knoetzel and Kinzie each birdied the final hole of the aggregate round Sunday to win the championship flight by one shot over the team of Cody Goochey and Robert Magill.

Knoetzel and Kinzie carded a round of 3-over 39 in the best ball, 3-under 33 in the alternate shot and a 5-over 77 in the aggregate to finish the tournament with a total of 149. Goochey and Magill carded a round of 35 in the best ball, 40 in the alternate shot and 75 in the aggregate for a total score of 150.

Kevin Martin and Logan Leach took third in the championship flight with a total score of 152, and the team of Kyle Jackman and Keian Fischer placed fourth in the championship flight with a total score of 155.

Ben Bordeaux and Tony Clairmont captured the first flight championship Sunday with a total score of 160. That was good for an eight-shot victory over the team of Rex Micheel and Colton Micheel, who tied for second in the flight with the team of Cam Palmer and Troy Brodbeck with scores of 168. Joel Klammer and Dan Klammer placed fourth in the first flight with a total score of 170.

The team of Noah Graff and Chuck Whitney won the second flight title with a total score of 171. Zane Wilson and Landon Welke placed second in the flight with a total score of 175, followed by Todd Graff and Brady Graff in third with a score of 181, and the team of Julie Micheel and Rachel Peers in fourth with a total of 188.

A total of 26 teams competed in the Memorial Tournament Sunday.

Friday, June 3

The G&V’s Market team won the championship flight Friday of the annual Bassett/Rock County Chamber of Commerce four-person scramble golf tournament at the Bassett Country Club.

The G&V’s team, consisting of Jake Friedrich, Lacey Friedrich, Cordell Nilson and Amanda Murphy, carded a 15-under par round of 57 to win the tournament by four shots over the Arnholt Insurance team of Jim Arnholt, Bill Vodenhal and Graig Kinzie, who carded an 11-under par round of 61. The Perfect Valley Irrigation team of Bryant LeZotte, Jacob Maurer, Jeff Knox and Tyler Knox took third in the championship flight with a 9-under par round of 63.

The Coleman Associates team of Bryce Coleman, Daile Coleman, Lauren Swanson and Tommy McGill won the first flight with a 3-under par round of 69. That was one shot better than the Rock County Leader team of Trish Morrison, Marc Gentele, Debbie Morrison and Vicki Friedrich. Third place in the first flight was the team of Chad Hollenbeck, Tracy Hollenbeck, Todd Hollenbeck and Pam Hollenbeck with a 1-over par 73.

Thursday, June 2

Nick Martin blistered Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course Thursday to the tune of a 3-under par 33 during men’s league golf. Martin was three shots clear of Cody Goochey, who posted an even-par round of 36. Brett Knoetzel, Kevin Martin and Doug Weiss each carded 1-over par rounds of 37. Robert Magill, Logan Leach, Landon Welke and Joel Klammer each fired rounds of 38, and Kyle Jackman finished with a round of 39.

Jackman carded the low net round, which takes handicap into account, with a net 30. Nick Martin and Robert Magill shot net rounds of 31, and Cody Goochey, Brett Knoetzel and Kirk Peterson finished with net rounds of 32.

Through three weeks of league, there is a three-way tie atop the standings with 17 points between the team of Brian Delimont, Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman, the team of Tony Buckles, Clint Painter and Ryan Dowdy, and the team of Kevin Martin, Logan Leach and Brett Knoetzel.

Vicki Friedrich carded a round of 40 to lead the field Thursday during women’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Friedrich finished four shots clear of Ashley Babcock, who fired a round of 44. Daile Coleman, Debbie Morrison, Tiff Maurer and Jan Foster each posted rounds of 48, and Harlee Gentele shot a round of 49.

Wednesday, June 1

Jen Martin’s round of 41 paced the field Wednesday during women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Martin finished one shot ahead of Stephanie Kinzie, who posted a round of 42. Heather Lutter carded a 43, followed by Darlene Ehlers with a round of 45, Julie Micheel with a 46, Jen Marlatt with a round of 47, and Ashley Martin shot 48.

The low net score Wednesday, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Danielle Palmer with a net 28. Stephanie Kinzie and Heather Lutter carded net rounds of 31.

The team of Brenda Konkoleski, Danielle Palmer, Chelsey Peterson and Rylee Pierce lead the team standings with 15.5 points. The team of Ashley Martin, Lydia Allen and Rachel Schumacher sits second with 13 points, followed by the team of Kathy Worrell, Stephanie Kinzie and Julie Micheel with 12.5 points.

Tuesday, May 31

Corby Fischer’s 1-over par round of 37 led the way Tuesday during men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club. Fischer finished one shot ahead of Gunnar Bussinger, who posted a 2-over par 38. Butch Fischer, Jake Friedrich and Brady Foster each carded rounds of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Scott Swanson with a net 28. Ben Anthony fired a net round of 29, followed by Gunnar Bussinger with a net 30 and Flint Licking and Dane Dailey with net rounds of 32.

Thursday, May 26

Cody Goochey’s 1-under par round of 35 paced the field Thursday during men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course. Goochey finished one shot ahead of Graig Kinzie, who carded an even-par round of 36. Jim Hoch, Rod Worrell and Nick Martin posted rounds of 37, followed by Kevin Martin with a 2-over 38 and Cam Palmer with a round of 39.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, was fired by Ben Wright with a net 29. Jim Hoch and Kyle Jackman finished with net rounds of 30, followed by Cody Goochey and Shane Adams with net rounds of 31.

Through two weeks of league, the team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch remains atop the standings with 14 points. Robbie France, Graig Kinzie and Troy Brodbeck sit second with 12 points, followed by a third-place tie between the team of Brian Delimont, Cody Goochey and Kyle Jackman and the team of Tony Buckles, Ryan Dowdy, Michael Ripley and Clint Painter.

Wednesday, May 25

Class D Boys State Golf Tournament
Lake Maloney Golf Club – North Platte
Final Team Scores

1. Overton, 344-337 – 681; 2. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 321-363 – 684; 3. Pender, 347-341 – 688; 4. Howells-Dodge, 358-343 – 701; 5. Thayer Central, 356-354 – 710; 6. Loomis, 366-357 – 723; 7. Lawrence-Nelson, 353-375 – 728; 8. Southern Valley, 370-361 – 731; 9. Humphrey St. Francis, 379-357 – 736; 10. Wausa, 372-379 – 751; 11. Tie between Crawford, 379-389, and Perkins County, 380-388 – 768; 13. Tie between Neligh Oakdale, 406-366, and Stanton, 378-394 – 772; 15. Hemingford, 391-400 – 791.

Top 15
1. Teegan Sonneman, NPSP, 69-80 – 149; 2. Conner Hasenauer, NPSP, 73-78 – 151; 3. Zaybreon Hansen, Perkins County, 78-76 – 154; 4. Zachary Vandervoort, Thayer Central, 78-77 – 155; 5. Gage Burns, Creighton, 85-76 – 161; 6. Tie between Anthony Heiser, Stuart, 78-86, and Nathan Gillming, Elm Creek, 85-76 – 164; 8. Tie between Quinton Heineman, Pender, 85-81, and Braden Fleischman, Overton, 84-82 – 166; 10. Tie between Jaden Kosch, Humphrey St. Francis, 86-81, Quinn Johnson, Loomis, 85-82, Colbi Smith, South Loup, 84-83, and Cole Kramer, Sandhills Valley, 83-84 – 167; 14. Kyler Lusche, Kimball, 81-87 – 168; 15. Tie between Jhet Holthus, Hyannis, 82-87, and Jacob Klooz, Friend, 82-87 – 169.

Stuart (no team score)
T-6. Anthony Heiser 78-86 – 164

Class C Boys State Golf Tournament
Elks Country Club – Columbus
Final Team Scores

1. Columbus Scotus, 330-310 – 640; 2. Doniphan-Trumbull, 333-338 – 671; 3. Tekamah-Herman, 339-348 – 687; 4. Kearney Catholic, 350-344 – 694; 5. Grand Island Central Catholic, 350-354 – 704 6. Tie between Amherst, 352-358, and Yutan, 353-357 – 710; 8. Fremont Bergan, 361-369 – 730; 9. Mitchell, 376-370 – 746; 10. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 372-376 – 752; 11. Milford, 378-374 – 752; 12. Lincoln Lutheran, 380-376 – 756; 13. Heartland, 380-377 – 757 14. Tri County Northeast, 389-385 – 774; 15. West Holt, 401-410 – 811.

Top 15
1. Noah Carpenter, Palmyra, 75-80, in a playoff over Cael Peters, Mitchell, 80-75 – 155; 3. Tie between Seth VunCannon, Columbus Scotus, 79-77, Alexander Schademann, Fillmore Central, 77-79, and Nick Fleming, Columbus Scotus, 78-78 – 156; 6. Bowdie Fox, Grand Island Central Catholic, 80-78 – 158; 7. Ethan Smith, Doniphan-Trumbull, 79-80 – 159; 8. Tie between Hayden Dzingle, Doniphan-Trumbull, 81-79, and Steven Sladky, Wahoo Neumann, 80-80 – 160; 10. Tie between Nolan Fleming, Columbus Scotus, 85-76, Samuel Wells, St. Paul, 82-79, Brady Davis, Fremont Bergan, 81-80; and Jake Richmond, Yutan, 74-87 – 161; 14. Tie between Brock Rogers, Tekamah-Herman, 81-81, and Jaylin Jakub, David City Aquinas, 79-83 – 162.

West Holt (401)
T-66. Weston Mathis 92-101 – 193
T-76. Mason Mitchell 100-98 – 198
86. Lucas Olson 105-104 – 209
88. Bryce Steinkraus 104-107 – 211
94. Nolan Hoffman 105-117 – 222

Valentine (no team score)
T-50. Cameron Jordan 97-88 – 185

The low round during opening night for women’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course belonged to Jen Martin, who shot a 41 to pace the field by five shots. Darlene Ehlers posted a round of 46, followed by Stephanie Kinzie with a 47. Julie Micheel, Heather Lutter and Lydia Allen each carded rounds of 48, with Wendy Wilkins finishing with a round of 49.

Tuesday, May 24

Class D Boys State Golf Tournament
Lake Maloney Golf Club – North Platte
Day 1 Team Scores

1. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 321; 2. Overton, 344; 3. Pender, 347; 4. Lawrence-Nelson, 353; 5. Thayer Central, 356; 6. Howells-Dodge, 358; 7. Loomis, 366; 8. Southern Valley, 370; 9. Wausa, 372; 10. Stanton, 378; 11. Tie between Crawford and Humphrey St. Francis, 379; 13. Perkins County, 380; 14. Hemingford, 391; 15. Neligh-Oakdale, 406.

Top 15
1. Teegan Sonneman, NPSP, 69; 2. Conner Hasenauer, NPSP, 73; 3. Tie between Anthony Heiser, Stuart, Zaybreon Hansen, Perkins County, and Zachary Vandervoort, Thayer Central, 78; 6. Kyler Lusche, Kimball, 81; 7. Tie between Jhet Holthus, Hyannis, Jacob Holzfaster, Paxton, and Jacob Klooz, Friend, 82; 10. Tie between Cole Kramer, Sandhills Valley, and Mitchell Kelly, Pender, 83; 12. Tie between Braden Fleischman, Overton, Cole Grovijohn, Howells-Dodge, Matthew Phelps, NPSP, Colbi Smith, South Loup, and Nolan Burrell, Dundy County, 84.

Stuart (no team score)
T-3. Anthony Heiser 78

Class C Boys State Golf Tournament
Elks Country Club – Columbus
Day 1 Team Scores

1. Columbus Scotus, 330; 2. Doniphan-Trumbull, 333; 3. Tekamah-Herman, 339; 4. Tie between Grand Island Central Catholic and Kearney Catholic, 350; 6. Amherst, 352; 7. Yutan, 353; 8. Fremont Bergan, 361; 9. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 372; 10. Mitchell, 376; 11. Milford, 378; 12. Tie between Heartland and Lincoln Lutheran, 380; 14. Tri County Northeast, 389; 15. West Holt, 401.

Top 15
1. Jake Richmond, Yutan, 74; 2. Noah Carpenter, Palmyra, 75; 3. Alexander Schademan, Fillmore Central; 4. Nick Fleming, Columbus Scotus, 78; 5. Tie between Seth VunCannon, Columbus Scotus, Jaylin Jakub, David City Aquinas, and Ethan Smith, Doniphan-Trumbull, 79; 8. Tie between Steven Sladky, Wahoo Neumann, Cael Peters, Mitchell, and Bowdie Fox, Grand Island Central Catholic, 80; 11. Tie between Brock Rogers, Tekamah-Herman, Brady Davis, Fremont Bergan, and Hayden Dzingle, Doniphan-Trumbull, 81; 14. Tie between Isaiah Nunnally, Lincoln Christian, Carson Thomsen, Oakland-Craig, Austin Adelung, Amherst, and Samuel Wells, St. Paul, 82.

West Holt (401)
T-48. Weston Mathis 92
T-75. Mason Mitchell 100
87. Bryce Steinkraus 104
T-88. Lucas Olson 105
T-88. Nolan Hoffman 105

Valentine (no team score)
T-66. Cameron Jordan 97

National Finals Junior High Rodeo
June 19-25 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds
Area Qualifiers
Bareback Riding
Alternate-Cort Buss of Atkinson

Saddle Bronc
Cort Buss of Atkinson

Bull Riding
Sutton Schrunk of Valentine
Deklin Titus of Valentine

Chute Dogging
Sutton Schrunk of Valentine
Owen Littau of Newport

Boys Breakaway
Tate Johnston of Thedford

Tie Down Roping
Owen Littau of Newport
Sutton Schrunk of Valentine

Team Roping
Team of Owen Littau of Newport & Kit Painter of Springview

Ribbon Roping
Owen Littau of Newport
Alternate-Sutton Schrunk of Valentine

Barrel Racing
Kallan Cox of Purdum

Girls Breakaway
Alternate-Kit Painter of Springview

Pole Bending
Gracyn Painter of Ainsworth

Boys Goat Tying
Colton Leach of Dunning

Sunday, May 22

Nick Martin carded a 10-under par round of 62 Sunday to win the championship flight of the one-person scramble at the Ainsworth Golf. Martin finished two shots ahead of three players. In a scorecard playoff, Rich Crow Eagle took second with his 8-under 64, with Jake Friedrich placing third in the scorecard playoff. Cordell Nilson also shot 64 but lost the scorecard playoff.

Logan Leach birdied the first playoff hole to win the first flight over Landon Welke after both players carded 4-under par rounds of 68. Cody Goochey placed third in the first flight with a round of 69.

Carter Camp birdied two consecutive holes to win a playoff for first over Carl Nilson and Joel Klammer in the second flight after all three golfers posted 1-over par rounds of 73.

Roger Crow Eagle shot a 6-over par round of 78 to win the third flight Sunday. Crow Eagle finished one better than Ashley Martin, who shot 79 for second. Michael Ripley won a three-way scorecard playoff for third in the third flight over Ty Shelbourn and Amanda Murphy after all three finished with rounds of 82.

Saturday, May 21

Nebraska State Track and Field Championships
Omaha Burke High School
Class C
Girls Team Scores
1. Chase County, 70; 2. Lincoln Lutheran, 53; 3. Superior, 49; 4. Wahoo Neumann, 36; 5. Tie between Crofton and Hartington Cedar Catholic, 35; T-12. Ainsworth, 16; 17. Valentine, 12; T-49. West Holt, 1.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Adrianna Rodencal, Lincoln Lutheran, 12.41 seconds; 23. Brooklyn Buell, North Central, 13.44.

200 meters – 1. Adrianna Rodencal, Lincoln Lutheran, 25.91; 15. Tacey From, Valentine, 27.41; 17. Ainsley Galyen, West Holt, 27.50

400 meters – 1. Bryn McNair, Chase County, 58.18; 8. Tacey From, Valentine, 1:02.01; 10. Ainsley Galyen, West Holt, 1:01.81.

800 meters – 1. Laney Kathol, Hartington Cedar Catholic, 2:18.27; 16. Daisy Frick, North Central, 2:33.59

1600 meters – 1. Jordyn Arens, Crofton, 5:17.98; 13. Maddie Davis, West Holt, 5:50.10; 20. Emma Kennedy, Ainsworth, 6:02.51.

3200 meters – 1. Jordyn Arens, Crofton, 11:28.48; 5. Katherine Kerrigan, Ainsworth, 12:11.38; 10. Maddie Davis, West Holt, 12:39.50.

100 hurdles – 1. Adrianna Rodencal, Lincoln Lutheran, 14.33; 6. Becca McGinley, Valentine, 15.80.

300 hurdles – 1. Adrianna Rodencal, Lincoln Lutheran, 45.60; 19. Morgan Lewis, North Central, 51.03.

400 relay – 1. Norfolk Catholic, 50.48; 8. West Holt (Katelynn Kratz, Abbygail Davis, Makenna Schaaf and Ainsley Galyen), 51.66; 9. Valentine (MaKenzie Long, Tacey From, Becca McGinley and Alivia Patterson), 51.79

1600 relay – 1. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 4:06.37; 5. Valentine (MaKenzie Long, Fayth From, Alivia Patterson and Tacey From), 4:15.32; 11. North Central (Daisy Frick, Brielle Bussinger, Morgan Lewis and Brooklyn Buell), 4:20.38.

3200 relay – 1. Wahoo Neumann, 9:54.02.

High jump – 1. Bryn McNair, Chase County, 5-feet-8; T-18. Kailee Kellum, Valentine, and Katelynn Kratz, West Holt, no height.

Pole vault – 1. Marissa Rerucha, Grand Island Central Catholic, 11-6; 12. Brooklyn Buell, North Central, 10-0.

Long jump – 1. Ella Gardner, Superior, 18-0.75; 5. Kailee Kellum, Valentine, 16-6; 7. Cameryn Goochey, Ainsworth, 16-1.25.

Triple jump – 1. Ella Gardner, Superior, 37-3.25; 17. Eden Raymond, Ainsworth, 32-10.75.

Shot put – 1. Jessica Stieb, Arcadia-Loup City, 47-5.25; 2. Kaitlyn Nelson, Ainsworth, 39-6.75.

Discus – 1. Jessica Stieb, Arcadia-Loup City, 137-11; 7. Kaitlyn Nelson, Ainsworth, 124-3.

Boys Team Scores
1. Grand Island Central Catholic, 68; 2. Battle Creek, 64; 3. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 44; 4. Wahoo Neumann, 35.5; 5. Stanton, 34; 6. Ainsworth, 30.5; T-18. West Holt, 12; 40. North Central, 3.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Koa McIntyre, Fremont Bergan, 10.83 seconds; 3. Caid McCart, West Holt, 11.14

200 meters – 1. Koa McIntyre, Fremont Bergan, 21.89; 3. Caid McCart, West Holt, 22.62; 4. Carter Nelson, Ainsworth, 22.66.

400 meters – 1. Brayton Johnson, Grand Island Central Catholic, 50.46; 11. Asher McCart, West Holt, 53.17.

800 meters – 1. Ben Alberts, Grand Island Central Catholic, 1:58.31; 14. Mason Hagan, North Central, 2:05.03

1600 meters – 1. Carson Noecker, Hartington Cedar Catholic, 4:19.61; 3. Ty Schlueter, Ainsworth, 4:37.48; 9. Jack Lancaster, Valentine, 4:42.28; 16. Raden Orton, North Central, 4:49.63.

3200 meters – 1. Carson Noecker, Hartington Cedar Catholic, 9:16.05; 4. Ty Schlueter, Ainsworth, 10:01.62; 16. Grant Springer, Valentine, 10:54.16.

110 hurdles – 1. Deagan Puppe, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, 14.91; 14. Caleb Allen, Ainsworth, 16.32.

300 hurdles – 1. Beau Ruskamp, Wisner-Pilger, 39.83; 8. Caleb Allen, Ainsworth, 42.16.

400 relay – 1. Battle Creek, 43.99; 6. North Central (Carson Anderson, Troy Reynolds, Dolan Pospichal and Wyatt Prewitt), 44.88.

1600 relay – 1. Grand Island Central Catholic, 3:32.02.

3200 relay – 1. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 8:22.40; 12. North Central (Raden Orton, Carson Anderson, Payton Ebert and Mason Hagan), 8:45.29.

High jump – 1. Carter Nelson, Ainsworth, 6-feet-10.

Pole vault – 1. Jon Peterka, Sutherland, 14-3; T-5. Carter Nelson, Ainsworth, 13-6.

Long jump – 1. Beau Lee, Nebraska City Lourdes, 22-2.75; 22. Tyler Jelinek, West Holt, 18-8.

Triple jump – 1. Beau Lee, Nebraska City Lourdes, 45-1; 9. Caleb Allen, Ainsworth, 42-9.5.

Shot put – 1. Kade Pieper, Norfolk Catholic, 57-8.5.

Discus – 1. Nathan Baldwin, Sutton, 179-0.

Class D
Girls Team Scores
1. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 46; 2. Sterling, 40; 3. Overton, 38; 4. Osceola, 32.5; 5. Fullerton, 30; 17. Sandhills/Thedford, 21; T-39. Stuart, 3; T-44. Boyd County, 2.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Alexandra Eisenhauer, Bloomfield, 12.55 seconds; 17. Anna Clark, Sandhills/Thedford, 13.39

200 meters – 1. Alexandra Eisenhauer, Bloomfield, 26.18; 21. Lacey Paxton, Stuart, 28.29.

400 meters – 1. Carli Bailey, Ansley-Litchfield, 59.22; 11. Brea Branic, Sandhills/Thedford, 1:03.41.

800 meters – 1. Maeli Meier, Overton, 2:24.63; 8. Paige Drueke, Boyd County, 2:28.80

1600 meters – 1. Kate Stienike, North Platte St. Patrick’s, 5:38.74; 16. Paige Drueke, Boyd County, 6:05.03.

3200 meters – 1. Darla Nelson, Wausa, 12:01.47; 17. Natasha Zeisler, Boyd County, 13:31.89.

100 hurdles – 1. Macy Richardson, Sterling, 15.17; 3. Dayle Haake, Sandhills/Thedford, 16.05.

300 hurdles – 1. Carli Bailey, Ansley-Litchfield, 47.20; 6. Dayle Haake, Sandhills/Thedford, 50.73; 9. Tinley Rasmussen, Sandhills/Thedford, 49.16; 19. Karley Haake, Sandhills/Thedford, 51.56.

400 relay – 1. Osceola, 51.24; 2. Sandhills/Thedford (Karley Haake, Dayle Haake, Tenley Rasmussen and Anna Clark), 51.86

1600 relay – 1. Overton, 4:14.53; 8. Sandhills/Thedford (Brea Branic, Tenley Rasmussen, Charlsie Teahon and Dayle Haake), 4:23.42.

3200 relay – 1. Humphrey St. Francis, 10:02.93; 16. Sandhills/Thedford (Martina Falcomer, Charlsie Teahon, LaTajanae Robinson and Taylor Weber), 11:07.06.

High jump – 1. Andrea Sucha, Niobrara-Verdigre, 5-feet-4; T-5. Brea Branic, Sandhills/Thedford, 4-11; T-12. Sydney Estill, Stuart, 4-9.

Pole vault – 1. Kaylee Pribyl, Meridian, 11-0.

Long jump – 1. Teagan Gonsior, Fullerton, 17-8; 9. Anna Clark, Sandhills/Thedford, 16-1.

Triple jump – 1. Macy Richardson, Sterling, 36-7.

Shot put – 1. JessaLynn Hudson, Bruning-Davenport-Shickley, 40-4; 12. Lexi Schroder, Stuart, 34-11.25; 21. McKenzie Snyder, Boyd County, 31-11.25.

Discus – 1. Cailey Stout, Scribner-Snyder, 123-2; 6. Cadence Kramer, Stuart, 113-5; 8. McKenzie Snyder, Boyd County, 111-3.

Boys Team Scores
1. North Platte St. Patrick’s 53.5; 2. Osceola, 49; 3. Tie between Burwell and Riverside, 45; 5. Kenesaw, 37; T-14. Sandhills/Thedford, 14.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Isaiah Zelasney, Osceola, 11.06 seconds; 14. Trae Hickman, Sandhill/Thedford, 11.40.

200 meters – 1. Isaiah Zelasney, Osceola, 22.42;

400 meters – 1. Isaiah Zelasney, Osceola, 51.65.

800 meters – 1. Cole Mowrey, St. Edward, 2:03.67.

1600 meters – 1. Jarrett Miles, North Platte St. Patrick’s, 4:40.66.

3200 meters – 1. Trevor Kuncl, Mullen, 10:06.87.

110 hurdles – 1. Tony Berger, Riverside, 14.63.

300 hurdles – 1. Clayton Moore, Mullen, 40.56.

400 relay – 1. North Platte St. Patrick’s, 44.37; 2. Sandhills/Thedford (Kyle Cox, Seth Scranton, Reece Zutavern and Trae Hickman), 44.63.

1600 relay – 1. Osceola, 3:34.27.

3200 relay – 1. Axtell, 8:30.27.

High jump – 1. Zach Myers, Shelton, 6-feet-4.

Pole vault – 1. Owen Kaps, Bertrand, 14-0.

Long jump – 1. Tony Berger, Riverside, 21-6.5.

Triple jump – 1. Tony Berger, Riverside, 44-3.25; 3. Seth Scranton, Sandhills/Thedford, 42-0.5.

Shot put – 1. Tad Dimmitt, Sandhills Valley, 54-3.75.

Discus – 1. Eli Jensen, Kenesaw, 160-5.

Thursday, May 19

During a cool and windy opening night for men’s league golf at the Ainsworth Golf Course, just three golfers managed to keep their scores in the 30s. Doug Weiss led the field on opening night with a 1-over par round of 37. Weiss finished one shot clear of Graig Kinzie, who posted a 2-over par round of 38. Kevin Martin shot a 39 Thursday.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Sherm Goochey with a net 29. Chester Smith, Shane Adams and Ryan Dowdy carded net rounds of 33.

The team of Todd Kicken, Doug Weiss and Jim Hoch scored all seven available points to take the early lead in the team standings. Four teams sit one point back.

The Nebraska State Track and Field Championships begin Friday at Omaha Burke. Numerous area athletes have qualified to participate. KBRB’s Cody Goochey visited with all four area track and field coaches to preview the state meet. Those conversations are located below.

Monday, May 16

Class D-3 District Golf
Rolling Hills Golf Course
Team Scores (Top 3 qualify for state)

1. Pender, 346; 2. Wausa, 357; 3. Neligh-Oakdale, 362; 4. Randolph, 388; 5. Stuart, 403; 6. Tie between Creighton and Niobrara-Verdigre, 411; 8. Plainview, 412; 9. Ainsworth, 414; 10. Homer, 439; 11. Bloomfield, 453; 12. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 503.

Top 10 individuals qualify for state
1. Gage Burns, CREI, 80; 2. Michael Vanness, WAU, 82; 3. Tie between Mitchell Kelly, PEN, and Quinton Heineman, PEN, 84; 5. Tie between William Jesse, CWC, and Aiden Kuester, N-O, 86; 7. Jaxon Claussen, WAU, 88; 8. Tie between Layton Gralheer, PEN, and Trey Johnson, PEN, 89; 10. Tie between Anthony Heiser, STU, and Bryson Gadeken, N-O, 90.

Ainsworth (414)
T-14. Cash Reynolds 92
T-31. Ethan Fernau 101
40. Jhett Hollenbeck 110
T-41. Airyan Goochey 111
59. Landon Holloway 127

Stuart (403)
T-10. Anthony Heiser 90
T-22. Schyler Mustin 96
T-28. Jameson Estill 100
T-48. Graham Stephenson 117
T-52. Dawson Heiser 119

Class C-3 District Golf
Hartington Country Club
Team Scores (Top 3 qualify for state)

1. Tri County, 352; 2. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 355; 3. West Holt, 356; 4. Ponca, 365; 5. Battle Creek, 371; 6. Norfolk Catholic, 373; 7. Hartington-Newcastle, 377; 8. Crofton, 390; 9. Summerland, 418; 10. Elkhorn Valley, 545.

Top 10 individuals qualify for state
1. Nathan Oswald, TRI, 78; 2. Tie between Jay Steffen, HCC, and Ben Jorgensen, TRI, 82; 4. Reece Morten, H-N, 83; 5. Tie between Mason Mitchell, WH, and Weston Mathis, WH, 85; 7. Cazden Christensen, HCC, 87; 8. Tie between Eugene DeCora, Winnebago, Luke Beckham, BC, and Grant Sprakel, PON, 88.

West Holt (356, state qualifier)
T-5. Weston Mathis 85
T-5. Mason Mitchell 85
18. Bryce Steinkraus 91
T-22. Lucas Olson 95
T-36. Nolan Hoffman, 103

Class C-5 District Golf
Frederick Peak Golf Course
Team Scores (Top 3 qualify for state)

1. Kearney Catholic, 330; 2. Amherst, 359; 3. Mitchell, 369; 4. Bridgeport, 373; 5. Valentine, 384; 6. Arcadia/Loup City, 406; 7. Alma, 418; 8. Bayard, 428; 9. Sutherland, 433; 10. Hitchcock County, 436; 11. Hershey, 441; 12. Chase County, 458.

Top 10 individuals qualify for state
1. Cael Peters, MIT, 68; 2. Austin Adelung, AMH, 77; 3. Grant McQuay, ALMA, 78; 4. Quinten Hogeland, KC, 80; 5. Landon Edeal, KC, 81; 6. Jace Nelson, Gordon-Rushville, 83; 7. Jackson Dunham, KC, 84; 8. Alex Abels, KC, 85; 9. Tegan Snyder, Gordon-Rushville, 86; 10. Tie between Braxten Swires, BRI, Cameron Jordan, VAL, and Scout Simmons, AMH, 87.

North Central (no team score)
T-48. Garrett May 114
63. Ben Klemesrud 127

Valentine (384)
T-10. Cameron Jordan 87
T-21. Logan Muirhead 95
24. Jackson Ravenscroft 97
T-34. Sean Springer 105
T-38. Cooper Jordan 109

Saturday, May 14

Nebraska Junior High State Track and Field Championships
Gothenburg High School
Girls Team Scores
1. Kearney Catholic, 62; 2. Pound Middle School, 30; 3. Cornerstone Christian, 29; 4. Elkhorn Ridge, 26; 5. Tie between Nebraska Christian and Columbus, 25; T-14. West Holt, 13; T-17. North Central, 11.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Katie Shafer, Cornerstone Christian, 12.70 seconds.

200 meters – 1. Hazel Haarberg, Kearney Catholic, 25.92.

400 meters – 1. Katie Shafer, Cornerstone Christian, 58.01; 3. Pavan Larson, West Holt, 1:01.1.

800 meters – 1. Emma Steffensen, Waverly, 2:19.

1600 meters – 1. Grace Volzke, Elkhorn Ridge, 5:23.

100 hurdles – 1. Fiona Thorne, Pound Middle School, 15.25.

200 hurdles – 1. Fiona Thorne, Pound Middle School, 28.25.

400 relay – 1. Pound Middle Schoo, 51.88; 9. West Holt (Madison Kratz, London Konrad, Taylor Schaaf and Taylor Walnofer), 53.27.

1600 relay – 1. Waverly, 4:17; 7. West Holt (Taylor Walnofer, Taylor Schaaf, London Konrad and Pavan Larson), 4:26.

3200 relay – 1. Fort Calhoun, 10:28; 4. West Holt (Ava Hoffman, Cale Deseive, London Konrad and Pavan Larson), 10:34.

High jump – 1. Paighton Erb, Columbus, 5-feet-3.

Pole vault – 1. Alyssa Onnen, Kearney Catholic, 9-10.

Long jump – 1. Alyssa Onnen, Kearney Catholic, 16-7; 10. Gracyn Painter, Ainsworth, 14-6.5.

Triple jump – 1. Alyssa Onnen, Kearney Catholic, 35-2.25; 10. Taylor Walnofer, West Holt, 31-4.25.

Shot put – 1. Molly Goc, Columbus, 38-1.25; 2. Karlene Kepler, North Central, 36-1.75; 9. Gracyn Painter, Ainsworth, 31-7.25.

Discus – 1. Abbi Sutton, Lexington, 117-6; 6. Karlene Kepler, North Central, 99-4.

Boys Team Scores
1. Schoo Middle School, 45; 2. Crete, 39; 3. Syracuse, 28; 4. R.M. Marrs Magnet Center, 26; 5. Tie between Dundy County and Oakland-Craig, 23; T-33. North Central, 7; T-45. West Holt, 4.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Nelsyn Wheeler, Barr, 11.53 seconds.

200 meters – 1. Landon Fye, Crete, 23.72.

400 meters – 1. Ryder Reynolds, Norris, 52.57.

800 meters – 1. Logan Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 2:07.

1600 meters – 1. Eli Murillo, R.M. Marrs Magnet Center, 4:40.

100 hurdles – 1. Jack Poppe, Doniphan-Trumbull, 14.25; 6. Trey Anthony, North Central, 15.16.

200 hurdles – 1. Landon Fye, Crete, 26.66.

400 relay – 1. Columbus Lakeview, 46.60.

1600 relay – 1. Syracuse, 3:44.

3200 relay – 1. Columbus, 9:03; 9. Boyd County, 9:39.

High jump – 1. Drew Streich, Norfolk, 6-feet; 9. Isaac Cronin, Valentine, 5-7.

Pole vault – 1. Bryson Gullion, McCook, 11-6.

Long jump – 1. Landon Fye, Crete, 19-11; 5. Trey Anthony, North Central, 18-11.25.

Triple jump – 1. Tucker Biskup, Alma, 40-7.

Shot put – 1. Cope Smith, Amherst, 48-9.5; 5. Marek Dvorak, West Holt, 44-5.5.

Discus – 1. Brady Johnson, Oakland-Craig, 162-10.

Thursday, May 12

Class C-5 District Track and Field
West Holt High School
Girls Team Scores
1. Battle Creek, 104; 2. West Holt, 76; 3. Valentine, 71; 4. Norfolk Catholic, 70; 5. Ainsworth, 60; 6. North Central, 56; 7. Summerland, 42; 8. Elkhorn Valley, 8; 9. Lutheran High Northeast, 8.

Individual Results
Top 2 running event qualify for state and 6 fastest non-qualifiers
100 meters – 1. Aubrey Barnes, NORF, 13.32 seconds; 2. Brooklyn Buell, NC, 13.48; 3. Abbygail Davis, WH, 13.49; 4. Katelynn Kratz, WH, 13.49.

200 meters – 1. Tacey From, VAL, 26.53; 2. Ainsley Galyen, WH, 27.34; 5. Abbygail Davis, WH, 28.18.

400 meters – 1. Hadley Cheatum, SUM, 1:00.02; 2. Ainsley Galyen, WH, 1:00.88; 3. Tacey From, VAL, 1:02.98; 4. Brittany Beckwith, WH, 1:06.17; 5. Landyn Mlady, WH, 1:06.93.

800 meters – 1. Hadley Cheatum, SUM, 2:26.5; 2. Kenzie Mosel, EV, 2:28.1; 3. Daisy Frick, NC, 2:32.1.

1600 meters – 1. Kenzie Mosel, EV, 5:39.9; 2. Emma Kennedy, AHS, 5:41.3; 3. Maddie Davis, WH, 5:56.4; 6. Bailee Palmer, NC, 6:16.5.

3200 meters – 1. Maddie Davis, WH, 13:09; 2. Katherine Kerrigan, AHS, 13:29; 4. Keira Taylor, NC, 13:55.

100 hurdles – 1. Hadley Cheatum, SUM, 15.93; 2. Mya Zohner, BC, 16.01; 3. Becca McGinley, VAL, 16.09.

300 hurdles – 1. Hadley Cheatum, SUM, 48.30; 2. Morgan Lewis, NC, 48.91.

(Top relay qualifies and 7 fastest non-qualifiers)
400 relay – 1. Norfolk Catholic, 51.07; 2. Valentine, 51.27; 3. West Holt (Katelynn Kratz, Abbygail Davis, Makenna Schaaf and Ainsley Galyen), 51.84; 5. North Central (Allie Stephen, Tatelyn Smith, Brooklyn Buell and Mariah Ost, 53.90; 6. Ainsworth (Emma Sears, Dakota Stutzman, Madelyn Goochey and Cameryn Goochey), 53.94.

1600 relay – 1. Valentine (MaKenzie Long, Fayth From, Alivia Patterson and Tacey From), 4:15; 3. North Central (Daisy Frick, Morgan Lewis, Brielle Bussinger and Brooklyn Buell), 4:21.19; 4. West Holt (Kimberly Wettlaufer, Landyn Mlady, Brittany Beckwith and Makenna Schaaf), 4:23.63; 5. Ainsworth (Katherine Kerrigan, Eden Raymond, Emma Kennedy and Maia Flynn), 4:31.48.

3200 relay – 1. Elkhorn Valley, 10:27; 4. North Central (Keira Taylor, Bailee Palmer, Riley Teel and Daisy Frick), 10:52; 6. West Holt (Lily Vogel, Hannah Olson, Rylee Poessnecker and Addie Karo), 13:06.

Top 2 field events qualify for state and 6 best non-qualifiers
High jump – 1. Channatee Robles, NORF, 5-feet-3; 2. Kailee Kellum, VAL, 5-1; 3. Katelyn Kratz, WH, 5-1; 5. EmiLee Walnofer, WH, 4-9.

Pole vault – 1. Mya Zohner, BC, 11-0; 2. Brooklyn Buell, NC, 10-6; 3. Tie between Maia Flynn, AHS, and Makinley Cadwallader, WH, 9-0; 6. Jolynn Pozehl, AHS, 8-0.

Long jump – 1. Kailee Kellum, VAL, 17-3.5; 2. Sophie Humphrey, BC, 16-4.25; 4. Cameryn Goochey, AHS, 16-3.

Triple jump – 1. Eden Raymond, AHS, 35-9.25; 2. Mya Zohner, BC, 34-11.5; 6. Tatelyn Smith, NC, 31-11.

Shot put – 1. Kaitlyn Nelson, AHS, 39-2.52. Reagan Brummels, BC, 37-5; 4. Mackinzie Arnholt, NC, 33-6.5; 6. Saylen Young, AHS, 32-6.5.

Discus – 1. Kaitlyn Nelson, AHS, 121-7; 2. Reagan Brummels, BC, 117-0; 4. Mackinzie Arnholt, NC, 103-5; 5. Lana Hooey, WH, 101-7.

Boys Team Scores
1. Battle Creek, 186; 2. Norfolk Catholic, 96; 3. Ainsworth, 72; 4. Tie between West Holt and North Central, 45; 6. Elkhorn Valley, 43; 7. Summerland, 25; 8. Valentine, 14; 9. Lutheran High Northeast, 1.

Individual Results
Top 2 running event qualify for state and 6 fastest non-qualifiers
100 meters – 1. Caid McCart, WH, 11.2 seconds; 2. Trevor Thomson, SUM, 11.42; 5. Dolan Pospichal, NC, 11.89; 6. Luke Klabenes, WH, 11.93.

200 meters – 1. Carter Nelson, AHS, 22.71; 2. Trevor Thomsen, SUM, 22.79; 3. Caid McCart, WH, 22.87; 6. Luke Klabenes, WH, 23.92.

400 meters – 1. Kanyon Talton, NORF, 53.22; 2. Will Hamer, BC, 53.22; 3. Asher McCart, WH, 53.58.

800 meters – 1. Mason Hagan, NC, 2:02.2; 2. Titus Tillman, BC, 2:03.2; 6. Nathaniel Nelson, WH, 2:14.8.

1600 meters – 1. Ty Schlueter, AHS, 4:41.1; 2. Ben Hammond, NORF, 4:42.7; 3. Jack Lancaster, VAL, 4:46.1; 4. Raden Orton, NC, 4:50.9; 5. Tommy Ortner, AHS, 5:01.2.

3200 meters – 1. Ben Hammond, NORF, 10:36; 2. Ty Schlueter, AHS, 10:37; 3. Grant Springer, VAL, 11:01.

110 hurdles – 1. Baron Buckendahl, BC, 15.37; 2. Jackson Ricchio, BC, 15.78; 4. Caleb Allen, AHS, 16.31; 5. Levi Lewis, NC, 16.44; 6. Caleb Davis, WH, 16.51.

300 hurdles – 1. Baron Buckendahl, BC, 41.18; 2. Jackson Ricchio, BC, 41.37; 3. Caleb Allen, AHS, 41.49.

(Top relay qualifies and 7 fastest non-qualifiers)
400 relay – 1. Battle Creek, 43.87; 2. North Central (Carson Anderson, Troy Reynolds, Dolan Pospichal and Wyatt Prewitt), 44.14.

1600 relay – 1. Battle Creek, 3:33.59; 2. West Holt (Caid McCart, Mason Crumrine, Lincoln Konrad and Asher McCart), 3:38.37; 3. North Central (Levi Lewis, Raden Orton, Wyatt Prewitt and Mason Hagan), 3:40.91.

3200 relay – 1. Battle Creek, 8:33; 2. North Central (Raden Orton, Carson Anderson, Payton Ebert and Mason Hagan), 8:38; 4. West Holt (Drew Martin, Drake Nemetz, Isaac Pistulka and Nathaniel Nelson), 9:15; 5. Ainsworth (Tommy Ortner, Corbin Swanson, Ben Flynn and Trey Appelt), 9:31.

Top 2 field events qualify for state and 6 best non-qualifiers
High jump – 1. Landon Olson, BC, 6-feet-5; 2. Carter Nelson, AHS, 6-3; 6. Drew Martin, WH, 5-5.

Pole vault – 1. Carter Nelson, AHS, 12-3; 2. John Clausen, NORF, 11-9; 4. Payton Ebert, NC, 11-3.

Long jump – 1. Landon Olson, BC, 22-0; 2. Nate Decker, EV, 20-11.75; 4. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 20-4.75.

Triple jump – 1. Landon Olson, BC, 43-4.25; 2. Caleb Allen, AHS, 42-10; 6. Tyler Jelinek, WH, 39-5.75.

Shot put – 1. Kade Pieper, NORF, 54-11.75; 2. Trent Uhlir, BC, 51-6.5; 6. Ryan Painter, NC, 41-5.5.

Discus – 1. Kade Pieper, NORF, 169-2; 2. Trent Uhlir, BC, 156-4; 4. Carter Nelson, AHS, 143-3; 6. Nate Wallinger, WH, 135-4.

Class D-4 District Track and Field
Plainview High School
Girls Team Scores
1. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 114; 2. Plainview, 98; 3. Niobrara-Verdigre, 96; 4. Boyd County, 57; 5. Stuart, 53; 6. Elgin/Elgin Pope John, 44; 7. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 30; 8. Creighton, 15; 9. Neligh-Oakdale, 13; 10. Tie between Santee and Neligh-Oakdale, 3.

Individual Results
Top 2 qualify for state and 6 fastest non-qualifiers
100 meters – 1. Ashlynne Charf, EPPJ, 13.34 seconds; 2. Annabelle Barlow, STM, 13.37.

200 meters – 1. Ashlynne Charf, EPPJ, 27.84; 2. Lacey Paxton, STU, 28.27.

400 meters – 1. Kaylin Gaughenbaugh,, STM, 1:04.48; 2. Madelynn Dougherty, PLA, 1:04.88; 4. Lacey Paxton, STU, 1:06.86.

800 meters – 1. Mya Hedstrom, STM, 2:27; 2. Jayna Guggenmos, CWC, 2:28; 3. Paige Drueke, BC, 2:28.9.

1600 meters – 1. Paige Drueke, BC, 5:59; 2. Hailey Genereux, CWC, 6:02; 4. Addie Kettler, STU, 6:33; 5. Natasha Zeisler, BC, 6:34.

3200 meters – 1. Michaela Ravenkamp, N-V, 13:57; 2. Natasha Zeisler, BC, 14:00; 4. Katilynn Kaup, STU, 16:04

100 hurdles – 1. Andrea Sucha, N-V, 16.30; 2. Abbie Kromarek, PLA, 17.15.

300 hurdles – 1. Teya Boyer, PLA, 49.52; 2. Abbie Kromarek, PLA, 50.10.

Top relay qualifies and 7 fastest non-qualifiers
400 relay – 1. Plainview, 53.29; 5. Stuart (Taya Schmaderer, Sydney Estill, Lexi Schroder and Lacey Paxton), 56.18.

1600 relay – 1. St. Mary’s, 4:19; 6. Stuart (Sydney Estill, Addison Steinhauser, Ashlyn Kaup and Addie Kettler), 5:06.

3200 relay – 1. St. Mary’s, 10:35; 4. Stuart (Addie Kettler, Addison Steinhauser, MaKayla Menke and Ashlyn Kaup), 12:55.

Top 2 qualify and 6 best non-qualifiers
High jump – 1. Andrea Sucha, N-V, 5-feet-1; 2. Sydney Estill, STU, 4-11.

Pole vault – 1. Mayce Zimmerer, CREI, 8-6; 2. Emma Winkelbauer, STM, 8-6.

Long jump – 1. Mya Hedstrom, STM, 16-4.25; 2. Lizzie Gartner, CWC, 15-5.5.

Triple jump – 1. Abbie Kromarek, PLA, 34-3.25; 2. Andrea Sucha, N-V, 33-11; 3. Paige Drueke, BC, 32-0.

Shot put – 1. Lexi Schroder, STU, 35-7; 2. McKenzie Snyder, BC, 32-6.5.

Discus – 1. McKenzie Snyder, BC, 115-10; 2. Cadence Kramer, STU, 109-4; 3. Amelia Hoffman, BC, 105-6.5.

Boys Team Scores
1. Plainview, 123; 2. Creighton, 85.5; 3. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 75; 4. Elgin/Elgin Pope John, 69; 5. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 56; 6. Boyd County, 29; 7. Niobrara-Verdigre, 28; 8. Neligh-Oakdale, 27.5; 9. Cody-Kilgore, 21; 10. Stuart, 12.

Individual Results
Top 2 qualify for state and 6 fastest non-qualifiers
100 meters – 1. Jackson Waldo, CWC, 11.57 seconds; 2. Cole Duba, CWC, 11.67.

200 meters – 1. Cole Duba, CWC, 23.90; 2. Cade Hammer, CREI, 23.93; 4. Hudson Hoffman, BC, 24.42.

400 meters – 1. Jackson Waldo, CWC, 53.19; 2. Brody Eggers, CREI, 53.33; 3. Hudson Hoffman, BC, 55.98.

800 meters – 1. Ethan Moses, CWC, 2:07; 2. Will Schmitz, STM, 2:08; 6. Ben Paxton, STU, 2:18.

1600 meters – 1. Ethan Moses, CWC, 5:02; 2. Will Schmitz, STM, 5:03.

3200 meters – 1. Jordan Mosel, PLA, 11:48; 2. Brett Norris, PLA, 12:00; 5. Luke Ludwig, STU, 12:37.

110 hurdles – 1. Kyler Adams, CREI, 17.27; 2. Will Gunning, PLA, 17.59; 5. Hunter Tubbs, STU, 20.49.

300 hurdles – 1. Spencer Hille, PLA, 42.06; 2. Will Gunning, PLA, 44.46; 6. Hunter Tubbs, STU, 50.29.

Top relay qualifies and 7 fastest non-qualifiers
400 relay – 1. Elgin/Elgin Pope John, 46.51; 6. Stuart (Simon Addison, Scott Fahrenholz, Hunter Tubbs and Ben Paxton), 50.85.

1600 relay – 1. Plainview, 3:43; 3. Boyd County, 3:59; 6. Stuart (Simon Addison, Ben Paxton, Luke Ludwig and Ryan Steinhauser), 4:03.

3200 relay – 1. Plainview, 9:05; 3. Boyd County, 10:21; 4. Stuart (Ben Paxton, Luke Ludwig, Ryan Steinhauser and HT Dobrovolny), 10:41.

Top 2 qualify and 6 best non-qualifiers
High jump – 1. Brody Eggers, CREI, 6-feet; 2. Spencer Hille, PLA, 6-0.

Pole vault – 1. Talon Krebs, N-O, 13-2; 2. Matthew Johnson, CREI, 11-2.

Long jump – 1. Tie between Spencer Hille, PLA, and Cade Hammer, CREI, 20-4.

Triple jump – 1. Cade Hammer, CREI, 40-9.75; 2. Brody Eggers, CREI, 39-5.25.

Shot put – 1. Dylan Naslund, C-K, 47-5; 2. Blake Henn, EPPJ, 44-2.5.

Discus – 1. Colton Wright, EPPJ, 136-3.5; 2. Dylan Naslund, C-K, 130-10.

Valentine Golf Invitational
Frederick Peak Golf Course
Team Scores

1. O’Neill, 362; 2. Valentine, 374; 3. West Holt, 380; 4. Ainsworth, 403; 5. Hyannis, 429; 6. North Central, 534.

Top 10
1. Jace Nelson, Gordon-Rushville, 79; 2. Tegan Snyder, Gordon-Rushville, 80; 3. Karter Otte, O’N, 81; 4. Mason Mitchell, WH, 83; 5. Jhet Holthus, HYA, 85; 6. James Krotter, O’N, 86; 7. Tie between Cash Reynolds, AHS, and Riley Dinslage, O’N, 87; 9. Cameron Jordon, VAL, 88; 10. Logan Slama, Gordon-Rushville, 90.

Ainsworth (403)
Cash Reynolds 45-42 – 87
Jhett Hollenbeck 50-46 – 96
Airyan Goochey 57-53 – 110
Ethan Fernau 51-59 – 110
Landon Holloway 62-67 – 129
Aiden Jackman 72-59 – 131

North Central (534)
Garrett May 59-53 – 112
Ben Klemesrud 67-66 – 133
Tad Morrow 67-68 – 135
Ella Mitchell 68-86 – 154

West Holt (380)
Mason Mitchell 40-43 – 83
Bryce Steinkraus 51-44 – 95
Cole Poessnecker 52-48 – 100
Luke Olson 50-52 – 102
Weston Mathis 55-50 – 105
Channing Ogden 64-50 – 114

Wednesday, May 11

Perry Shaul led the shooters Wednesday during the third week of trap league at the Sandhills Rod and Gun Club, breaking 44 of 50 targets. Shaul was one better than Mark Gracey and Jim Murphy, who each broke 43 of 50 targets. Jess Prewitt connected on 42, followed by Bob Murphy, Rylan Hobbs and Jess Swan with 41 targets broken.

The Mob County team moved into first in the overall team standing with a score of 601, followed by First Class Auto with 592 and the Ainsworth Golf Course Team with 587.

Tuesday, May 10

West Holt Golf Invitational
Atkinson-Stuart Country Club
Team Scores

1. Neligh-Oakdale, 359; 2. O’Neill, 364; 3. Summerland, 378; 4. Stuart, 385; 5. West Holt, 386; 6. Plainview, 398; 7. Niobrara-Verdigre, 412; 8. Creighton, 429; 9. Boyd County, 444; 10. Ainsworth, 447.

Top 10
1. Gage Burns, CREI, 80; 2. Karter Otte, O’N, 82; 3. Schuyler Mustin, STU, 84; 4. Gavin Longsdorf, N-O, 85; 5. Riley Dinslage, O’N, 86; 6. Tie between Weston Mathis, WH, and Chase Furstenau, N-O, 88; 8. Bryson Gadeken, N-O, 91; 9. Michael Koenig, SUM, 92; 10. Tie between Jameson Estill, STU, and Dylan Rotherham, SUM, 93.

Ainsworth (447)
T-28. Jhett Hollenbeck 102
40. Ethan Fernau 108
T-41. Airyan Goochey 110
51. Aiden Jackman 129

Stuart (385)
3. Schuyler Mustin 84
T-10. Jameson Estill 93
T-12. Anthony Heiser 94
45. Graham Stephenson 114
49. Dawson Heiser 126

West Holt (386)
T-6. Weston Mathis 88
T-18. Luke Olson 96
T-20. Mason Mitchell 98
T-31. Bryce Steinkraus 104
T-41. Channing Ogden 110

Steve Camp’s even-par round of 36 led the field during the second week of men’s league golf at the Bassett Country Club Tuesday. Camp finished two shots clear of Homer Buell and George Friedrich, who posted rounds of 38.

The low net round, which takes handicap into account, belonged to Zac Ziegler with a net 28. Cory Brodbeck carded a net 29, followed by Scott Swanson and Bill Herrington with net rounds of 31.

During the first week of league play May 3, Brady Foster carded the low round with an even-par 36. Jake Friedrich finished with a round of 38.

Dane Dailey had the low net round during Week 1 with a 29. Chris Coulter and Alex Kunz fired net rounds of 30.

Monday, May 9

North Central Golf Invitational
Bassett Country Club
Team Scores

1. Neligh-Oakdale, 349; 2. Valentine, 378; 3. Summerland, 381; 4. Stuart, 383; 5. Ainsworth, 396; 6. Niobrara-Verdigre, 400; 7. Elgin/Elgin Pope John, 401; 8. Boyd County, 407; 9. West Holt, 417; 10. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 461; 11. O’Neill JV, 495; 12. North Central, 499.

Top 10
1. Will Jesse, CWC, in a playoff over Cash Reynolds, AHS, 82; 3. Tie between Gavin Longsdorf, N-O, and Aiden Kuester, N-O, 86; 5. Tie between Anthony Heiser, STU, and Bryson Gadeken, N-O, 87; 7. Schuyler Mustin, STU, 88; 8. Cameron Jordan, VAL, 89; 9. Tie between Tim Atkinson, BC, Paiton Hoefer, EPPJ, Kellen Moody, N-V, and Chase Furstenau, N-O, 90.

Ainsworth (396)
2. Cash Reynolds 82
T-29. Ethan Fernau 100
34. Jhett Hollenbeck 104
T-40. Airyan Goochey 110
50. Landon Holloway 120
55. Aiden Jackman 128

North Central (499)
T-23. Garrett May 97
47. Ben Klemesrud 116
60. Ella Mitchell 141
T-61. Tad Morrow 145
63. Hannah Keller 188

Stuart (383)
T-5. Anthony Heiser 87
7. Schuyler Mustin 88
14. Jameson Estill 94
42. Dawson Heiser 114
53. Graham Stephenson 126

West Holt (417)
T-15. Channing Ogden 95
T-19. Luke Olson 96
39. Cole Poessnecker 109
48. Nolan Hoffman 117
T-56. Logan Poessnecker 130

Friday, May 6

Valentine Track and Field Invitational
Girls Team Scores
1. Valentine, 138; 2. Ainsworth, 109; 3. Gordon-Rushville, 100; 4. North Central, 83; 5. Burke, S.D., 63; 6. Cody-Kilgore, 12.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Brooklyn Buell, NC, 13.43 seconds; 2. Cameryn Goochey, AHS, 13.76; 4. Emma Sears, AHS, 13.99; 5. Allie Stephen, NC, 14.21.

200 meters – 1. Tacey From, VAL, 27.22; 3. Maia Flynn, AHS, 28.89.

400 meters – 1. Katherine Kerrigan, AHS, 1:06.8; 6. Riley Teel, NC, 1:12.3.

800 meters – 1. Haley Johnson, G-R, 2:34; 2. Keira Taylor, NC, 2:41; 4. Dalya Dearmont, NC, 2:48; 5. Brielle Bussinger, NC, 2:54.

1600 meters – 1. Tyrah American Horse, G-R, 5:54; 4. Bailee Palmer, NC, 6:27.

3200 meters – 1. Tyrah American Horse, G-R, 13:01; 2. Emma Kennedy, AHS, 13:26.

100 hurdles – 1. Becca McGinley, VAL, 16.52; 2. Dakota Stutzman, AHS, 17.41; 6. Morgan Lewis, NC, 18.04.

300 hurdles – 1. Morgan Lewis, NC, 49.08; 5. Cheyan Temple, AHS, 51.98.

400 relay – 1. Valentine, 51.68; 2. Ainsworth (Emma Sears, Cheyan Temple, Dakota Stutzman and Cameryn Goochey), 52.92; 3. North Central (Allie Stephen, Tatelyn Smith, Brooklyn Buell and Mariah Ost), 53.06.

1600 relay – 1. Valentine, 4:13.

3200 relay – 1. Gordon-Rushville, 10:38; 2. North Central (Keira Taylor, Bailee Palmer, Riley Teel and Daisy Frick), 10:52.

High jump – 1. Kailee Kellum, VAL, 5-feet; 5. Karli Kral, AHS, 4-6; 6. Katherine Kerrigan, AHS, 4-6.

Pole vault – 1. Brooklyn Buell, NC, 10-3; 2. Maia Flynn, AHS, 8-10; 5. Jolyn Pozehl, AHS, 8-4; 6. Bridget Lewis, NC, 7-10.

Long jump – 1. Kailee Kellum, VAL, 16-7.5; 3 Cameryn Goochey, AHS, 15-9; 4. Emma Sears, AHS, 15-3.

Triple jump – 1. Eden Raymond, AHS, 34-1.5; 3. Tatelyn Smith, NC, 31-8.5.

Shot put – 1. Kaitlyn Nelson, AHS, 39-4.5; 3. Mackinzie Arnholt, NC, 35-4.5; 5. Saylen Young, AHS, 32-4.75.

Discus – 1. Kaitlyn Nelson, AHS, 119-5; 4. Allie Stephen, NC, 98-7.

Boys Team Scores
1. North Central, 132; 2. Valentine, 112; 3. Gordon-Rushville, 99; 4. Ainsworth, 91; 5. Hay Springs, 44; 6. Cody-Kilgore, 20; 7. Burke, S.D., 14.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Ellis Livingston, G-R, 11.83 seconds; 4. Troy Reynolds, NC, 12.05.

200 meters – 1. Ellis Livingston, G-R, 24.18; 3. Dolan Pospichal, NC, 24.47.

400 meters – 1. Jace Freeseman, G-R, 51.58; 3. Carson Anderson, NC, 56.55; 4. Dylan Benemerito, NC, 57.46; 6. Owen Blumenstock, AHS, 57.91.

800 meters – 1. Mason Hagan, NC, 2:02; 6. Lucas Clay, NC, 2:37.

1600 meters – 1. Ty Schlueter, AHS, 4:48; 3. Raden Orton, NC, 4:55.

3200 meters – 1. Grant Springer, VAL, 11:16; 3. Jaxon Cozad, NC, 12:55; 5. Ben Flynn, AHS, 13:36.

110 hurdles – 1. Caleb Allen, AHS, 16.55; 3. Levi Lewis, NC, 18.36.

300 hurdles – 1. William Costello, G-R, 44.32; 2. Levi Lewis, NC, 45.40.

400 relay – 1. North Central (Carson Anderson, Troy Reynolds, Dolan Pospichal and Wyatt Prewitt), 44.68; 4. North Central B (Chase Kaczor, Zak Swanson, Branson Anderson and Jackson Kaup), 50.67; 5. Ainsworth (Morgan Kinney Corbin Swanson, Cole Swanson and Ryan Salzman), 52.09.

1600 relay – 1. North Central (Levi Lewis, Raden Orton, Mason Hagan and Wyatt Prewitt), 3:38.

3200 relay – 1. North Central (Raden Orton, Carson Anderson, Payton Ebert and Mason Hagan), 8:53; 2. Ainsworth (Tommy Ortner, Corbin Swanson, Ben Flynn and Trey Appelt), 9:18

High jump – 1. Ellis Livingston, G-R, 5-feet-6; 2. Morgan Kinney, AHS, 5-4.

Pole vault – 1. Carter Nelson, AHS, 13-8; 2. Troy Reynolds, NC, 11-10; 4. Corbin Swanson, AHS, 10-10; 5. Payton Ebert, NC, 10-4.

Long jump – 1. Carson Anderson, NC, 20-1; 3. Trey Appelt, AHS, 19-3; 4. Owen Blumenstock, AHS, 19-1.75; 6. Jameson Painter, NC, 19-0.5.

Triple jump – 1. Caleb Allen, AHS, 41-1.75; 3. Chase Kaczor, NC, 35-5; 5. Zak Swanson, NC, 33-2.25; 6. Dylan Benemerito, NC, 32-10.

Shot put – 1. Dylan Naslund, C-K, 44-5; 3. Carter Nelson, AHS, 43-6.25; 4. Ryan Painter, NC, 42-0.5.

Discus – 1. Carter Nelson, AHS, 151-3; 4. Ryan Painter, NC, 108-2; 5. Hunter Craven, NC, 104-3; 6. Jackson Hallock, NC, 99-2.

Thursday, May 5

Southwest Conference Golf
Heritage Hills – McCook
Team Scores

1. McCook, 334; 2. Minden, 348; 3. Ogallala, 355; 4. Broken Bow, 360; 5. Cozad, 367; 6. Gothenburg, 370; 7. Valentine, 412; 9. Ainsworth, 458.

Top 10
1. Brycen Schwenka, MIN, in a playoff over Hunter Hansen, MCC, 81; 3. Tie between Reid Loop, MCC, and Nathan Reynolds, BB, 83; 5. Tie between Landon Kmoch, MCC, and Caleb Castillo, OGA, 84; 7. Tie between Matthew Nichols, MCC, Austin Harvey, BB, and Alex Svajar, COZ, 86; 10. Maddox Rickertson, GOTH, 87.

Ainsworth (458)
29. Cash Reynolds 100
37. Jhett Hollenbeck 106
T-38. Airyan Goochey 108
46. Aiden Jackman 144

Stuart Track and Field Invitational
West Holt High School
Girls Team Scores
1. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 138; 2. Niobrara-Verdigre, 133; 3. Tie between Boyd County and Bloomfield, 88; 5. Stuart, 64; 6. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 41; 7. West Holt, 1.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Annabelle Barlow, STM, 13.81 seconds.

200 meters – 1. Alexandra Eisenhauer, BLOOM, 27.22; 3. Lacey Paxton, STU, 29.01; 6. Taya Schmaderer, STU, 31.11.

400 meters – 1. Alexandra Eisenhauer, BLOOM, 1:03.7; 4. Lacey Paxton, STU, 1:05.9.

800 meters – 1. Mya Hedstrom, STM, 2:36.

1600 meters – 1. Christina Martinson, BLOOM, 6:05; 5. Addie Kettler, STU, 6:32.

3200 meters – 1. Michaela Ravenkamp, N-V, 13:10; 5. Katilynn Kaup, STU, 14:07.

100 hurdles – 1. Madison Abbenhaus, BLOOM, 17.0.

300 hurdles – 1. Madison Abbenhaus, BLOOM, 50.54.

400 relay – 1. Bloomfield, 53.35; 3. Stuart (Taya Schmaderer, Sydney Estill, Lexi Schroder and Lacey Paxton), 55.2

1600 relay – 1. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 4:23; 4. Stuart (Lacey Paxton, Ashlyn Kaup, Addie Kettler and Katilynn Kaup), 5:13.

3200 relay – 1. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 10:27; 4. Stuart (Addie Kettler, Addison Steinhauser, MaKayla Menke and Savannah Kramer), 12:09.

High jump – 1. Andrea Sucha, N-V, 5-feet; 2. Sydney Estill, STU, 4-8.

Pole vault – 1. Emma Otte, STM, 7-6.

Long jump – 1. Mya Hedstrom, STM, 16-7.5.

Triple jump – 1. Andrea Sucha, N-V, 32-8.5.

Shot put – 1. Lexi Schroder, STU, 35-5.5.

Discus – 1. Amelia Hoffman, BC, 103-4; 3. Cadence Kramer, STU, 100-5.

Boys Team Scores
1. Bloomfield, 180; 2. Niobrara-Verdigre, 97; 3. O’Neill St. Mary’s, 87; 4. Boyd County, 72.5; 5. Chambers/Wheeler Central, 67; 6. West Holt, 54.5; 7. Stuart, 54.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Cole Duba, CWC, 11.91 seconds; 4. Tyler Hartgrave, WH, 12.35.

200 meters – 1. Cole Duba, CWC, 24.35; 4. Ian Laetsch, WH, 25.56; 5. Tyler Hartgrave, WH, 26.09.

400 meters – 1. Jackson Waldo, CWC, 52.37.

800 meters – 1. Will Schmitz, STM, 2:13; 3. Ben Paxton, STU, 2:20.

1600 meters – 1. Daniel Pavelka, N-V, 5:26; 4. Luke Ludwig, STU, 5:41; 6. Oliver Shane, WH, 6:08.

3200 meters – 1. Tyler Hanson, BLOOM, 11:50; 2. Luke Ludwig, STU, 11:51.

110 hurdles – 1. Blake Hochstein, BLOOM, 19.56; 2. Hunter Tubbs, STU, 20.25.

300 hurdles – 1. Isaac Everitt, STM, 47.04; 3. Hunter Tubbs, STU, 50.54.

400 relay – 1. Bloomfield, 46.92; 2. West Holt (Rylan Olson, Tyler Hartgrave, Ian Laetsch and Vinny Blackford), 49.23; 3. Stuart (Simon Addison, Scott Fahrenholz, Hunter Tubbs and Ben Paxton), 51.93.

1600 relay – 1. Bloomfield, 3:40; 4. West Holt (Vinny Blackford, Rylan Olson, Ian Laetsch and Kyle Schmidt), 4:15; 5. Stuart (Simon Addison, Ben Paxton, Ryan Steinhauser and Luke Ludwig), 4:17.

3200 relay – 1. Bloomfield, 9:33; 2. Stuart (Scott Fahrenholz, Luke Ludwig, Ben Paxton and Ryan Steinhauser), 9:34

High jump – 1. Coltin Vargas, N-V, 5-feet-10; 4. Tyler Hartgrave, WH, 5-0.

Pole vault – 1. Tate Thompson, STM, 11-0; 3. Vinny Blackford, WH, 8-6; 4 Kyle Schmidt, WH, 8-0.

Long jump – 1. Jackson Waldo, CWC, 19-6.5.

Triple jump – 1. Isaac Everitt, STM, 36-11; 5. Parker Fischer, WH, 30-9.5.

Shot put – 1. Dalton Gieselman, BLOOM, 49-8.

Discus – 1. Dalton Gieselman, BLOOM, 140-4.

Battle Creek Track and Field Invitational
Girls Team Scores
1. Battle Creek, 86; 2. Columbus Scotus, 77; 3. Wayne, 76; 4. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 75; 5. West Holt, 66; 6. Norfolk, 18.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Sophia Reifenrath, HCC, 13.47 seconds; 2. Makenna Schaaf, WH, 13.49; 3. Abbygail Davis, WH, 13.53; 4. Katelynn Kratz, WH, 13.64.

200 meters – 1. Laney Kathol, HCC, 26.76; 5. Brittany Beckwith, WH, 28.33; 6. EmiLee Walnofer, WH, 29.60.

400 meters – 1. Ainsley Galyen, WH, 1:01.9.

800 meters – 1. Maddie Davis, WH, 2:33.

1600 meters – 1. Kyla Krusemark, WAY, 6:07.

3200 meters – 1. Kyla Krusemark, WAY, 12:23.

100 hurdles – 1. Grace Mustart, CS, 15.86; 6. Maci Nemetz, WH, 18.25.

300 hurdles – 1. Sophie Humphrey, BC, 49.71; 3. Maci Nemetz, WH, 52.60.

400 relay – 1. West Holt, 52.32

1600 relay – 1. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 4:13; 2. West Holt, 4:29.

3200 relay – 1. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 10:22.

Shot put – 1. Reagan Brummels, BC, 37-feet-8.5.

Discus – 1. Hailey Steffensmeier, CS, 116-5.

Remaining field events were cancelled due to the weather and field conditions

Boys Team Scores
1. Battle Creek, 125; 2. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 90; 3. Wayne, 53; 4. West Holt, 47; 5. Columbus Scotus, 42; 6. Norfolk, 21; 7. Madison, 6.

Individual Results
100 meters – 1. Caid McCart, WH, 11.29 seconds; 3. Luke Klabenes, WH, 11.69; 5. Asher McCart, WH, 11.89.

200 meters – 1. Sedjro Agoumba, WAY, 23.12.

400 meters – 1. Grant Arens, HCC, 53.28; 4. Andrew Rentschler, WH, 55.84.

800 meters – 1. Titus Tillman, BC, 2:05.9; 6. Drew Martin, WH, 2:18.7.

1600 meters – 1. Carson Noecker, HCC, 4:28.

3200 meters – 1. Carson Noecker, HCC, 9:24.

110 hurdles – 1. Baron Buckendahl, BC, 15.75; 4. Caleb Davis, WH, 16.69; 6. Tripp Uecker, WH, 19.07.

300 hurdles – 1. Dylan Amick, BC, 43.83; 4. Zach Hooey, WH, 53.0.

400 relay – 1. Battle Creek, 44.15; 2. West Holt, 45.35.

1600 relay – 1. Hartington Cedar Catholic, 3:38; 5. West Holt, 3:47.

3200 relay – 1. Wayne, 9:03; 4. West Holt, 9:38.

Shot put – 1. Jacob Ottis, BC, 48-feet-0.5.

Discus – 1. Jaxson Bernecker, HCC, 131-4; 6. Nate Wallinger, WH, 114-10.

Remaining field events were cancelled due to the weather and field conditions

Wayne Golf Invitational
Team Scores

1. Columbus Scotus, 325; 2. Wayne, 329; 3. Tekamah-Herman, 335; 4. Columbus Lakeview, 341; 5. West Point-Beemer, 347; 6. Tie between South Sioux City and Tri-County Northeast, 353; 8. Boone Central, 356; 9. David City Aquinas, 358; 10. O’Neill, 362; 11. Oakland-Craig, 366; 12. Crofton, 370; 13. Blair, 383; 14. Schuyler, 398; 15. Tie between West Holt and Guardian Angels Central Catholic, 399.

Top 10
1. Tanner Walling, WAY, 70; 2. Tie between Bo Armstrong, WAY, and Carson Thomsen, O-C, 77; 4. Kurt Schneider, CL, 78; 5. Tie between Seth VunCannon, CS, Jaylin Jakub, DCA, and Easton Chaffee, BLA, 79; 8. Nate Kaup, WP-B, 80; 9. Tie between Nick Fleming, CS, Brody Rogers, T-H, Maxwell Fremarek, CL, and Jed Hoover, T-H, 81.

West Holt (399)
T-20. Mason Mitchell 85
T-52. Weston Mathis 95
69. Bryce Steinkraus 104
T-79. Nolan Hoffman 115
T-79. Cole Poessnecker 115