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Valentine-Ainsworth Golf Dual Results

Valentine and Ainsworth participated in a golf dual at the Prairie Club on Tuesday, April 15th.

Here are the results from the Horse Course (par 27):

Valentine Ainsworth
Cameron Bancroft  32 Jake Williams  39
Brooks Coleman  35 Pryce Pinney  41
Lyle Cate  37 Dominic Henry  42
Paul Orr  38 Rob Maxwell  44
Logan O'Kief  38 Justin Keller  47
Brad Michalek  39 Cole Sunquist  51
Amos Hagedorn  39 Colton Doyle  55
Wyatt Smidt  40 Jose Garcia  55
Lucas Stoeger  45 Brendon Carson  55
Braxton Green  46
Luke Miller  47
James Battershaw  48
Kyle Johnson  49
Will Major  49
Nick Fisbeck  50
Cade Adamson  66
 

Golf Results - Ord Invitational

Valentine placed 4th overall in golf at the Ord Invitational on Friday, April 11th with a total score of 341. Ord took first with a 306, Grand Island Central Catholic was second with a 335, and Ord Reserve was 3rd with 340. Cameron Bancroft's total score of 74 placed him 3rd in individual standings. Brooks Coleman was 5th individually with a total score of 76. Brad Michalek rounded out the top 20 with a total score of 90. Kyle Johnson had a total score of 101 and Braxton Green had a total score of 112.

Team Results:

1 Ord - 306

2 GICC - 335

3 Ord Res. - 340

4 Valentine - 341

5 St. Paul - 353

6 O'Neill - 357

7 Boone Central - 361

8 GINW - 376

9 Centura - 378

10 Spalding Academy - 405

11 Loup City - 502

12 Ainsworth - NS

 

Husker Spring Game This Saturday

The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields outside of the Hawks Championship Center on Wednesday in preparations for this weekend’s Spring Game.
Head Coach Bo Pelini spoke to the media after practice and said he thought the last two days were “really good practices.”
Pelini added that he thought the team was where they should be. He said he plans to be more “dialed back” in terms of how much football the team will show.
The format for Saturday’s Red-White Spring Game is offense vs. defense. Pelini said there will be a points system used that will be sent out to the media and possibly put on the scoreboard for the game.
In addition, Pelini said I-back Ameer Abdullah and defensive end Randy Gregory are not likely to see extended playing time.
“There are certain guys we want to protect that we don’t want to give a lot of reps to,” Pelini said.
The Spring Game starts on Saturday at 2 p.m. CT and will be live on KVSH.

   

National Walk at Lunch Day to Benefit Nebraska Trails

On April 30, Nebraskans from across the state will make time to walk for 30 minutes at lunchtime.

In doing so, they'll take part in National Walk at Lunch Day, an annual event intended to encourage participants to engage in healthy lifestyle choices. Participants will also help raise money for the Nebraska Game and Parks Foundation.

For every organization that registers walkers for the annual event, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska will contribute $20 to the Nebraska Game and Parks Foundation and the Special Olympics Nebraska. The Foundation will use donations to develop and improve hiking and biking trails. The $8,000 generated last year for Game and Parks led to the construction of new trails at Platte River State Park.

"Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska is dedicated to promoting healthy living across Nebraska," said Kathy Nellor, wellness business consultant at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska. "As a result, it makes sense to support the Nebraska Game and Parks Foundation and its biking and hiking statewide trails system."

All together, the Game and Parks statewide system offers more than 1,200 miles of trails.

"The Game and Parks Foundation is grateful for the support of Blue Cross and Blue

Shield of Nebraska and this annual event," said Roger Kuhn, Parks Division Administrator for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. "National Walk at Lunch Day helps enhance our trails, which in turn enhance our state park system."

Schools, businesses, organizations and individuals can visit nebraskablue.com to register. Participants can choose a convenient time and place to walk – perhaps one of the state's many trails.

In 2013, more than 57,000 Nebraskans registered to take a 30-minute walk at lunch. Most walked with their business or school, and in all, more than 360 organizations participated. This year, Blue Cross and Blue shield of Nebraska is hoping to register 62,700 walkers, a 10 percent increase from last year.

Walking is part of a healthy lifestyle that can lower the risk of heart disease, increase weight loss and improve sleep.

 

Ainsworth Triangular Golf Meet Results

Ainsworth, Valentine and West Holt met on April 8th for the Ainsworth Triangular. The results are as follows:

Varsity Results:

VALENTINE:

    Cameron Bancroft – 38

    Brooks Coleman – 38

    Brad Michelek – 39

    Kyle Johnson – 39

    Lucas Stoeger – 48

    Total Team Score: 154

    (1st in Varsity)

     

WEST HOLT:

    Alex Fritz – 42

    Austin Ramm-Lech – 42

    Kelby Fedderr – 50

    Eddie Frederick – 70

    Theo Stenka – 52

    Total Team Score: 186

     

AINSWORTH:

    Rob Maxwell – 44

    Jake Wilkins – 51

    Don Henry – 50

    Colton Doyle – 59

    Pryce Pinney – 53

    Total Team Score: 198

 

Junior Varsity:

VALENTINE:

Paul Orr – 45

Braxton Green – 43

Lyle Cate – 43

Luke Miller – 46

Nick Fisbeck – 44

Total Team Score: 175

(2nd in Jr. Varsity)

 

AINSWORTH:

Cole Sundquist – 64

Justin Keller – 50

Jose Garcia – 68

Brendon Carson – 73

Total Team Score: 255

 

Valentine's 3rd Team:

Logan O'Kief – 49

Wyatt Smidt – 58

Amos Hagedorn – 44

James Battershaw – 50

Cade Adamson – 73

(5th Overall)

   

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