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District C-4: Dates: Feb 14, Feb 15, 2014 Site: Hershey Host School: Hershey Director: Jeremy Thomas Schools Assigned:

Chase County
Kearney Catholic
Southern Valley


Bison Win Championship

The North Dakota State football team cruised to its third consecutive NCAA Division I FCS national championship on Saturday, Jan. 4, defeating No. 4-ranked Towson 35-7 in front of 19,802 fans at Toyota Stadium.

NDSU becomes just the second team in FCS history to win three straight national championships, joining the Appalachian State teams of 2005-07. The win was NDSU's 24th in a row, matching the school and FCS record winning streaks.

The Bison set a school record for wins in a season, ending the year at a perfect 15-0. NDSU is the first undefeated FCS champion since Marshall went 15-0 in 1996.


Huskers Win Gator Bowl

Tommy Armstrong Jr. connected with Quincy Enunwa for two touchdowns as Nebraska earned a victory in its 50th bowl game, beating 23rd-ranked Georgia 24-19 in the Gator Bowl. Armstrong and Enunwa hooked up for a 99-yard TD that put the Cornhuskers ahead 24-12. The Bulldogs moved inside the 25-yard line seven times but settled for four field goals.


Lady Badgers Win Holiday Tournament

The Valentine Lady Badgers won the championship of the Chadron Rotary Holiday basketball tournament on Saturday.  The badgers defeated Hemingford on Friday and Buffalo Wyoming on Saturday for the First place trophy.  The Valentine boys also defeated Hemingford on Friday and played Chadron on Saturday for the championship, which Chadron won and Valentine boys took second place.


Husker Prepare for Georgia

Due to rain throughout the day on Saturday that saturated the practice field on the campus of the University of North Florida, the Nebraska football team moved to a new practice site on Sunday, as the Huskers prepared for the No. 23 Georgia Bulldogs on field turf at Creeks Athletic Association.
The Huskers were set to practice in the morning, but moved practice to the afternoon due to morning rain in the Jacksonville area. The team continued to prepare for Wednesday’s Gator Bowl with the Bulldogs for just under two hours in shorts, helmets and shoulders pads.
Head Coach Bo Pelini met with the media following Sunday’s practice and thought his team adjusted well to the schedule and locations changes.
The time off since the end of the regular season has given players time to heal, specifically junior wide receiver Jamal Turner, who missed five games in 2013 due to injury.
The Huskers had the rest of Sunday off and will return Creeks Athletic Association today for their final practice before the Gator Bowl. The game is set for 11 a.m. (CT) on Wednesday, Jan. 1, at EverBank Field, home of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.


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