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Wed
18
Oct
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Cardinals dismantle RC Warriors

Scherbarth surpasses 50 career touchdown mark, eclipses 1,000-yard mark for second straight season

BY TORY DUNCAN

“Keep trusting the process” proves to be the strong theme of the Harvard Cardinal football team, as on a weekly basis, as Harvard continues to show that the Cardinals are a force to be reckoned with in the world of six-man football in Nebraska.

Over the course of the past two seasons, in six-man, Harvard has rolled up 15 wins in 17 games, finishing the 2016 season as a state semifinalist, while finishing the year at 8-2. Friday night’s 68-0 win against the Warriors of Red Cloud High School pushed the Cardinals to a perfect 7-0, behind the leadership of five seniors that have driven this fine-oiled machine for the Cardinals.

 

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Wed
18
Oct
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Dominant

Sutton shuts out Fillmore Central 62-0 Friday, scoring in all but two drives

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

Sutton’s football team scored on all but two drives Friday against Fillmore Central at the final home game ofthe regular season.

The Mustangs, 7-1 this season, dominated the Panthers, 62-0.

“We executed well tonight,” Head Coach Steve Ramer said. “We wanted to work on our passing game and we had the chance to do that. We were able to see the things we wanted tonight.”

 

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Wed
11
Oct
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Cougars defeat Panthers in four

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

Sandy Creek overcame a tough Fillmore Central team to win Thursday, Oct. 5, in four sets.

Sandy Creek took the first, second and fourth sets with identical scores of 25-23.

Fillmore Central earned the “W” on the third set, 25-18.

“We knew going in that Fillmore Central would be coming for us with all they had,” Head Coach Josey Nunnenkamp said. “We have beat them twice so they did a really good job adjusting to what we do, so we just had to overcome that and play our game and finish strong. 

 

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Wed
11
Oct
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Cougars fall in heart breaker to Bluehawks in C2-7 district bout

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

When the rain started coming down on Duncan Field in Hastings Friday night, where the Sandy Creek Cougars took on the St. Cecilia Bluehawks, there was no stopping it.

Despite Mother Nature’s wrath, SC fans watched as the Cougars battled close to their first win of the season, falling just short of three points at the end.

Continued efforts by Sandy Creek’s offensive side resulted in the first touchdown of the evening at the 2:36 mark, when junior Dylan Schweer rushed to the end zone, taking the 7-0 lead, with the kick. 

 

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Wed
04
Oct
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Medina is second at conference run

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

Harvard’s Brizeth Medina earned the second-place spot at the conference meet hosted at Clay Center’s golf course Thursday, Sept. 28. She followed behind Red Cloud/Blue Hill’s Hazen Ladell for the second spot.

Medina crossed the line at 22 minutes, 36.1 seconds.

 

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Wed
04
Oct
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Cardinals win 62-20 during physical battle with Elwood

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Harvard Cardinals defeated the Elwood Pirates in the gridiron battle Friday, 62-20. Harvard scored in every quarter to secure the win.

“Everyone stood out in some way during the game,” Head Coach Scott Trimble said. “Tucker Scherbarth had good vision and made key plays on offense. Overall the team did great when they were making their blocks. Noah Okraska also threw nice throws even with pressure.”

 

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Wed
27
Sep
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Red Raiders run hard despite weather

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The South Central Unified cross country teams battled the weather at the Thayer Central Cross Country Invite at Hebron Thursday.

“There are only two words to describe this meet: hot, windy,” Head Coach Randi Fox said. “The kids and myself are getting tired of this warm and windy weather, but even with this weather, the kids continue to run improved.”

 

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Wed
27
Sep
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Cards bounce back for 32-20 win over Dragons

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Going into Friday’s signature six-man game, Harvard, the second ranked team in the Six-Man rankings, and Deshler, the fourth ranked team in the league, shared identical 3-0 records on the season.

Throughout the first half, it looked as if the Dragons were going to add another win to the season; however, in true Harvard fashion, the Cardinals weren’t about to go down without a fight, and ended the night with a comeback 32-20 win.

 

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Wed
20
Sep
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Red Raiders challenge field at Fillmore Central

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The South Central Unified cross country girls’ and boys’ teams finished 10th and 16th, respectively, at the Fillmore Central meet Thursday.

“The Fillmore Central meet is a very big meet with some large schools,” Head Cross Country Coach Randi Fox said. “Many of the kids were discouraged by how they placed, but I reminded them to look at the times they ran and see that they are continuing to get faster.”

 

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Wed
20
Sep
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Sutton wins Clay County battle

Mustangs run past Sandy Creek 64-7 during Clay County gridiron match Friday

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

Sutton earned the “W” in the Clay County Rivalry game at Sandy Creek Friday night. “Their speed hurt us  tonight,” Sandy Creek Head Coach Jeremy Borer said. “We had a few guys out of position because of injury and they got us.”

Sutton scored 64 points in the match, compared to Sandy Creek’s 7.

 

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