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Local High School Sports Scores October 17, 2014

Below are select high school sports scores:

Nebraska Prep Football:
Banner County 60, Cody-Kilgore 24
Battle Creek 62, Ainsworth 8
Brady 48, Mullen 16
Broken Bow 28, Ord 21
Chadron 55, Gordon/Rushville 14
Cozad 25, Valentine 7
Gothenburg 37, O'Neill 3
North Central 59, Boyd County 18
Sandhills/Thedford 44, Paxton 0
South Dakota Prep Football:
Bennett County 48, St. Francis Indian 0
Chamberlain 18, Todd County 10
Rapid City Christian 45, White River 40
Winner 84, Crow Creek 12
Thursday's Volleyball Scores:
Ainsworth Triangular
Ainsworth def. Boyd County, 25-11, 25-22
Ainsworth def. Boyd County, 25-11, 25-22
Stuart def. Boyd County, 25-9, 25-19
Gordon-Rushville Triangular
Alliance def. Gordon/Rushville, 25-8, 27-25
Alliance def. Valentine, 25-15, 25-21
Valentine def. Gordon/Rushville, 23-25, 25-20, 25-16
 

Nebraska commission to consider fishing changes

Commissioners on the Nebraska Game and Parks board will consider changes to 2015 fishing regulations later this month.

Game and Parks staff will present the commissioners fishing recommendations during the board's Oct. 23 meeting in Scottsbluff.

The recommendations include those on sport fishing, bait collecting and dealers, and aquatic invasive species regulations.

Public hearings will be held on those issues the morning of the meeting.

 

Lady Badgers defeat Todd County in Volleyball

The Lady Badgers took on the Todd County Warriors in Mission on Tuesday, October 14th in volleyball action. In varsity action, the Badgers won in three sets: 25-18, 25-20, 25-16.

The next volleyball action is set for Thursday, October 16th for the Triangular at Gordron-Rushville, which starts at 5 pm.

 

   

State Girls Golf Results - Day 2

After the second day of girls State golf in Columbus, Ashton Bancroft ended the tournament tied for 24th place with 26 over par for the day, and 53 over for the two day total.

Sherridan Bancroft tied for 61st, Tori Osterman ended in 73rd, Jessica Stankoski was 77th and Allison Collier was 90th.

In team scores, Minden came out on top with a total score of 750, Columbus Scotus finished 2nd with a 766, and Lincoln Lutheran took 3rd with a 778. Valentine hung on to finish in 13th place out of 15 teams with a total score of 907.

 

Valentine

+158

F

+331

461

446

907

Ashton Bancroft, 11

+26

F

+53

99

98

197

Sherridan Bancroft, 9

+48

F

+85

109

120

229

Allison Collier, 12

+67

F

+139

144

139

283

Tori Osterman, 11

+45

F

+93

120

117

237

Jessica Stankoski, 12

+39

F

+100

133

111

244

 

 

 

Nebraska-Rutgers Kickoff Time October 25th

The Big Ten Conference announced on Monday that Nebraska’s Oct. 25 match up with Rutgers will kick off at 11 a.m. CDT. The match up at Memorial Stadium will be televised on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU. The network determination will be made following this weekend’s games.

The Nebraska-Rutgers game is just the second all-time between the schools and the first ever meeting in Lincoln. The only previous game between the two programs was a 28-0 Nebraska win in 1920, in a contest played at the New York Polo Grounds.

Rutgers heads into this weekend’s game at Ohio State with a 5-1 record, including a 1-1 mark in Big Ten Conference play.

The daytime start against Rutgers will be the Huskers’ first day game since a Sept. 6 contest against McNeese State. Nebraska will complete a stretch of five consecutive prime-time games this Saturday when Nebraska travels to Northwestern for a 6:30 p.m. game televised by BTN and aired on KVSH Radio 940 AM. Pregame will start on KVSH around 2 p.m. Central Time.

Game times and television information for Nebraska’s November games with Purdue, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa will be announced six to 12 days in advance.

   

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