Mustangs wrestle at WTC, Ogallala Duals

The Mustang wrestlers’ winter break was cut short by a pair of tournaments, first Western Trails Conference January 4 in Morril, then the Ogallala Duals January 6. The Mustangs finished right in the middle of the nine-team WTC lineup with 107.5 team points.

113 – Round 1 - Nathaniel Murillo (Morrill) over Matt Hood  (Fall 0:33). Round 2 - Jaydon Walker (Hemingford) over Matt Hood  (Fall 1:28). Round 3 - Jordan Cluff (Kimball) over Matt Hood  (Fall 1:43). Round 4 -


GR Junior High Wrestling Results for Chadron and Alliance

Chadron Results

7th & 8th 80-84

Traiton Starr’s place is 4th and has scored 7.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Traiton Starr (Gordon/Rushville) won by decision over Daniel Kohel (Mitchell) (Dec 4-0)

Quarterfinal - Traiton Starr (Gordon/Rushville) won by decision over Braden Underwood (Chadron) (Dec 9-4)

Semifinal - Cayden Lamb (Valentine) won by decision over Traiton Starr (Gordon/Rushville) (Dec 4-0)

Cons. Semi - Traiton Starr (Gordon/Rushville) won by decision over Daniel


Riverside advances to state after defeating Hay Springs 82-34

By Lauren Brant

Despite the frigid temperature and wind that blew across the Hay Springs football field Friday afternoon, fans came out to show their support as the Hawks hosted the Riverside Chargers in the football semi-finals. The Chargers offense dominated the field and won the game 82-34.

The Hawks pressured the Chargers’ quarterback early but struggled to stop their running game. Riverside got on the board first, but Hay Springs’ Trent Reed answered after a scramble over


Hawks defeat Shamrocks, advance to semi-finals

By Lauren Brant

After a pep rally and community send-off, the Hay Springs football team traveled to Spalding on Friday, October 27 for the first round of sub-districts.

The Hawks came ready to play as their offense took an early 12-0 lead in the first quarter and the defense shutout Spalding Academy’s offense during the first half. Despite the Hawks’ momentum going into the half, the Shamrocks returned the second half kickoff for a touchdown, narrowing the Hawks’ lead to


Hawks football preps for State Playoffs against Spalding Academy

By Lauren Brant

The Hay Springs Hawks football team closed out their regular season on Friday, October 20 as they met their goal of making the playoffs.

Coming into the game, the Hawks were coming off a bye-week and had an overall record of 6-1, which put them in third place in state standings for playoffs.

As the Hawks prepared for the Hyannis Longhorns, they stayed focused on their offensive and defensive strategies that made them successful throughout the season. The Hawks controlled the


Lady Mustangs, Lady Lions come together after volleyball match to remember Lily Martin

By Lauren Brant

After the Lady Mustangs dominated on the volleyball court against the Morrill Lions on Tuesday, October 17, they recognized the loss of Morrill Lion Lily Martin.

Martin was a senior at Morrill High School who lettered in three sports. In late August, Martin was tragically killed in an auto accident.

Coach Kim Turnbull-Campbell talked to her team after the accident and asked if they wanted to do something. “We brainstormed what we could do and it was brought up that the


Mustangs shutout Warriors on homecoming for third straight win

By Jordan Huether

The Gordon-Rushville football team continues to dominate the competition, with the Bennett County Warriors as their latest victim. The 63-0 victory Friday night marks the third straight game the Mustangs have won by 30 points or more. 

Before the game, coach Lindholm said he wanted to establish the run game early on before taking it to the outside. They did just that, scoring right away on a string of strong runs up the middle by senior Korby Campbell, punctuated by a


Hawks football get a win during Homecoming

By Lauren Brant

As the Friday night lights glowed on McCarthy Field during Hay Springs’ homecoming week, the Hawks faced the Arthur County Wolves.

With a slight breeze on the field, the Hawks awaited the opening kickoff from the Wolves. Neither team moved the ball during their first possessions, but the Hawks’ defense helped give the offense momentum throughout the rest of the quarter. With just over four minutes remaining in the first quarter, senior Coy Wolken got a pick against


Mustangs dominate Bulldogs for second straight win

By Jordan Huether

The Mustangs football team traveled to Bridgeport Friday looking to keep the momentum from a big home win vs Kimball the week before. They did that and more with a decisive 40-8 victory over the hometown Bulldogs. After opening the season with a tough 51-6 loss to Valentine, the Mustangs have rebounded to outscore their opponents 93-27 in their past two games. 

Despite both teams getting 48 plays in from scrimmage, the Mustangs were able to pick up 18 first downs to the


Mustangs drop football opener to Valentine

By Berklie Haag

The Gordon-Rushville Mustang Varisty football team took on the Valentine Badgers for their first game in the regular season on Friday, August 25. 

The Mustangs struggled getting into a rhythm both defensively and offensively during the first and second quarters of the ballgame. The Mustangs trailed by 39 points at halftime. 

The Mustangs held the Badgers to zero points scored in the third quarter, but they could not score themselves. During the fourth quarter

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