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Sandhills Track Meet Results

Valentine medal winners:

 

Grace Robison 5th in 100 hurdles, 4th in Shotput

Sarah Shelbourn 4th in High Jump, 6th in Long Jump

Neal Lin 5th in 110 Hurdles

Lane McGinley 6th in 100 Hurdles

Austin Dunbar 4th in Discus

Dylan Lurz 3rd in Long Jump and 3rd in High Jump

Garrett Egger 3rd in Triple Jump

 

Valentine Track Results

 

Medalist at Ogallala Track Invite on April 2nd

 

Grace Robison 7th - 100 Hurdles

Ty Wolken 8th- Shotput

Dylan Lurz 5th - HJ

Sarah Shelbourn - 6th HJ, 3rd LJ

Garrett Egger 3rd Triple Jump

 

Badger Fund Raising Steak Supper

 

the Badger Boosters are doing a fundraiser steak feed for the wrestling/multipurpose room at 7:00 pm on April 2nd at the Bull Market.  Tickets will be $20 a piece and will be sold at the door.  It will be a chance for individuals to also make a tax deductible donation to help support the funding of this project, enjoy a great meal and socialize.

 

 

   

McCook to Join southwest Conference

 

The Southwest Conference has voted to approve McCook’s application to become the 8th member of the conference in a vote by member schools on Thursday. Conference bylaws require a two-thirds majority vote and McCook’s application reached that threshold. Primary areas of consideration by school officials included geographic location in comparison to the conference footprint, current enrollment and enrollment trends, and an interest in continuing a competitive balance in all conference activities. Consideration of the benefits of having an even number of schools was also discussed. In its application letter, McCook officials have indicated that they plan on a dual membership upon their entrance into the SWC, while maintaining the school’s existing membership in the Greater Nebraska Activities Conference (GNAC). On a related note, Kearney Catholic’s application for membership in the SWC did not reach the required two-thirds approval needed for membership.

 

 

New VHS Wresting Room Goes for Bid

 

 

At their recent meeting, the Valentine Community Schools, Board of Education voted to request bids on a new 50 by 108 foot building that will be used for a wrestling room and multi purpose facility. This project has been discussed for the past few years. The estimated costs of stand along building range from $450,000 to $628,000. It is hoped that construction could be done in time for the 201602017 wrestling season. Bids are due on April 5th.

It is hoped that the community would be willing to help with some fund raising by making a tax deductible contribution to the Valentine High School Foundation.

   

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