OMAHA — Hartington Public School senior Michaela Dendinger closed out her high school track career with a pair of silver medals as last week’s State Track Meet. She helped the Lady Wildcats earn a Top 10 finish at this year’s State meet. Lewis and Clark Conference schools Wausa, Wynot, Osmond and Hartington all broke into [...]
OMAHA — Sophomore speedster Alli Walter picked up a pair of medals for the Cedar Catholic Lady Trojans at last weekend’s State Track Meet here. Walter was just one of several Cedar athletes competing at the State meet for the Trojans. Emily Schrempp competed in the long jump, and Katelyn Dickes competed in the 300-meter [...]
OMAHA — Wynot track star Ashley Heine walked away from her final State track meet with three medals in tow. Heine won the Class D 400-meter run. She took home fifth-place honors in the 800-meter run. Heine also helped the Wynot 1,600-meter relay team earn a fifth-place finish. Other members of that team were: Jenna [...]
OMAHA — Even though they graduated earlier this month, the Hartington High School Class of 2013 continued to etch their names into the Hartington High School history book last weekend. The Wildcat boys’ track team claimed the State Track title on Saturday. It marks only the second state track title in school history. The last [...]
HARTINGTON—The Laurel-Concord/Coleridge girls’ track team has competed short-handed all season long, and still managed to finish in the top half of the team standings in almost every meet this year. The Lady Bears did just that at the District C-6 Track Meet in Hartington Thursday, finishing third out of eight teams competing, with a combined [...]
BEEMER — The Laurel-Concord/Coleridge golf team earned the District golf title Monday. The Bears had to battle some windy conditions to earn the title but they got it done. The Bear golfers fired a 338 to defeat Cedar Catholic and earn the berth to next week’s Class C State Golf Tournament in Lincoln. The Bears [...]
Hartington golfers claim District title HARTINGTON — Eighteen holes wasn’t enough to decide Monday’s D-3 District Golf Tournament at the Hartington Golf Club. Hartington’s Ethan Steiner edged out Boyd County’s Andrew Lechtenberg in a one-hole playoff to win the District meet after the two tied in regulation with scores of 84 each.