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UNL Rodeo Results

The 56th Annual UNL College Rodeo was held April 18th-19th at the Lancaster Events Center in Lincoln. Lindsay Adamson, a sophomore on UNL's Women's Team, was named the champion breakaway roper. She won 1st place in the long go-around, 2nd place in the short go-around, and 1st place in the average by 1/10 of a second.  Trevor Butterfield placed in both rounds and finishes 3rd in the average of the tie-down roping. Caleb Miles was 2nd in the long round and 3rd in the average of the bronc riding. Matt Cover finished 1st in the long round and 3rd in the average of the team roping. And Bryce Dibbern won 2nd in the long round and finished 6th in the average of the bulldogging.

After UNL's Rodeo, Lindsay is currently setting 1st in the Great Plains Region in the Breakaway Roping and 2nd in the Nation in points in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.

The next competition for UNL's Rodeo Team is this weekend at Black Hills State University.


Ainsworth Triangular Golf Meet Results from April 22

Here are the results from the Ainsworth Triangular Golf Meet on April 22nd between Ainsworth, North Central and Valentine:

Valentine took 1st with a total team score of 175. Cameron Bancroft: 40, Brooks Coleman: 47, Brad Michelek: 43, Lyle Cate: 47 and Paul Orr: 45.

North Central was 2nd with a 205. Ainsworth took 3rd with a 217.

Valentine Jr. Varsity -  Kyle Johnson: 53, Lucas Stoeger: 48, Logan O'Kief: 57, Braxton Green: 49, Amos Hagedorn: 50.

Other Valentine scores include James Battershaw: 64, Will Major: 78, Cade Adamson: 78, Nick Fisbeck: DQ


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.


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