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    DAVID CITY- To close out the regular season, both the Bishop Neumann and the Cedar Bluffs Cross Country teams took part in the Aquinas Invite on Sept. 29. The Cavalier girl’s got eighth place with 136 points, the Neumann boy’s came in 13th place with 234 points and the Wildcats boy’s team to…

      FORT CALHOUN- The Yutan cross country was back in action for the first time in over a week at the Fort Calhoun Invite on Sept. 22. With beautiful weather, the Chieftains had personal best times from all their varsity runners.

        YUTAN- In a matchup of two teams rated in Class C-1, the No. 9 Yutan Volleyball Team was knocked off by No. 8 Douglas County West in four sets. The Chieftains won the first 27-25 and then dropped the next three sets 24-26, 17-25, and 16-25.

          WAHOO- In a matchup with Saunders County foe Ashland-Greenwood, the Wahoo volleyball team was able to put together one of their strongest performances of the season on Sept. 20 at home. The Warriors led for the most part in all three sets in a 25-19, 25-20 and 25-11 victory.

            CEDAR BLUFFS- In a home matchup with Class D-1 No. 2 Cross County, the Cedar Bluffs Football team had no answers offensively or defensively in a 76-0 defeat. The Cougars racked up 406 yards of total offense and held the Wildcats to just 44 yards all on the ground.

              DONIPHAN- In a game that went down to the wire, the Class B No. 1 Wahoo Softball Team was able to pull out a thrilling 6-5 victory over Freeman on Sept. 20 at the Grand Island Central Catholic Triangular. On two separate occasions, the Warriors had to come from behind to pull off the win.

                COLUMBUS- In a game where not many points were scored, the Wahoo Football team lost to Class C-1 No. 9 Columbus Lakeview 14-10 on Sept. 23. In total, the Warriors had 179 yards of offense and the Vikings finished with 181 yards.

                FREMONT- The Wahoo and Cedar Bluffs girls golf team were back on the links battling 100 degree weather at the Arlington Invite at the Fremont Country Club on Sept. 20. Getting sixth place was the Wildcats with a score of 507 and Wahoo took eighth place with a 521.

                NORTH BEND- The Wahoo and Bishop Neumann cross country teams competed in perfect weather conditions at the North Bend Invite on Sept. 22. Earning the only two medals from the area were Erin Golladay and Ales Adame for the Warriors.

                VALPARAISO- On senior night at the Valparaiso Fields where Raymond Central’s lone senior Lizzie Potter was honored, the Mustangs weren’t able to pull off the win against Ashland-Greenwood on Sept. 20. The Bluejays had 10 hits and ended up knocking off Raymond Central 12-1.

                RAYMOND- It was a back and forth contest between Raymond Central and Auburn on the gridiron to open up District play on Sept. 23. Despite a great effort put up by Raymond Central, they fell to the Bulldogs 27-16 on two spectacular catches that went for touchdowns.

                RAYMOND- The Raymond Central cross country team stayed close to home this past week heading down to Branched Oak Lake for the Malcolm Invite. The Mustangs boys team took 15th place with 234 points out of 17 teams.

                MEAD- In a match that had plenty of momentum swings, the Mead volleyball team was able to hold on for a five set victory against Omaha Brownell Talbot at home on Sept. 20. The scores of the sets were 23-25, 25-21, 13-25, 25-22 and 15-12.

                MEAD- The Mead Football team was able to hang with an offensive juggernaut in Class D-1 No. 9 Elmwood-Murdock on Sept. 23 in Mead. Despite holding a Knight offense that was averaging 74 points a game to 14 points through three quarters, the Raiders didn’t have enough to get the victory in a …


                SCRIBNER- A year after falling in the Capitol Conference Championship game, the Class C No. 1 Yutan-Mead Softball team was able to get some redemption this year knocking off the previous champion Ashland-Greenwood 3-2 on Sept. 24. On the day, the Patriots also defeated Syracuse 11-0 and Fort…

                CEDAR BLUFFS- The Cedar Bluffs Volleyball Team came very close to ending their seven game losing streak when they took on Pender in their home triangular on Sept.22.  It was a back and forth match, that saw the Pendragons make a late surge to win 22-25, 25-14 and 25-23.

                ARLINGTON- Picking up three straight set victories is what the Bishop Neumann Volleyball team was able to accomplish on Sept. 24 at the Arlington Invite. The wins for the Cavaliers came over Omaha Roncalli, Blair and then the host Arlington.

                WAHOO- A great offensive showing by the Class C No. 2 Bishop Neumann softball team helped power them to an 8-2 victory against Class B No. 9 Seward on Sept. 20 at home. The Cavaliers were able to pick up a hit in every inning except the second in the win.

                ASHLAND- A solid run by Kerstyn Chapek and Isabelle Zelazny of Bishop Neumann helped the freshmen and sophomore find the medal stand at the Ashland-Greenwood Invite on Sept. 19. Getting eighth place and running a 24:08.28 was Chapek and Zelazny took ninth place in a time of 24:30.66, which h…

                WAHOO- In a matchup of two Saunders County rivals, it was Class C-2 No. 7 Bishop Neumann who knocked off Class C-2 No. 10 Yutan on the road 44-14 on Sept. 23. It was all Cavaliers from the start as they scored the first 34 points of the game.

                DAVID CITY- Solid pitching and hitting helped the Class C No. 1 Yutan-Mead softball team win three and claim their second straight title at the David City Invite on Sept. 17. The Patriots shut out Schuyler 12-0, Polk County 8-0, and Class C No. 6 Aquinas Catholic 10-0.

                YUTAN- For the second time on the season, the Class C-1 No. 9 Yutan volleyball team was able to win a tournament title when they took first at the Logan View Booster Club Invite on Sept. 17. The Chieftains won in straight sets in all their matches against Logan View/Scribner-Snyder, Schuyler…