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COZAD – The Haymakers basketball squads hosted the St. Paul Wildcats on Tuesday this week. The girls played a close game with the lady ‘Cats before losing the lead in the last quarter for a 41-29 loss; the Haymakers battled back from an 18 point deficit for an exciting closure, winning 52-51.

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LEXINGTON – Meeting with conference opponents, the LHS basketball teams hosted the Holdrege Dusters on Thursday this week. The Minutemaids held their own with the Holdrege girls during regulation time to take the game into overtime, but ultimately fell at the end of the overtime period, 40-4…

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Under threat of weather, five schools attend Cozad Invitational

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Wallace and Kizer lead Overton in scoring against Arapahoe, Loomis

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LEXINGTON – Some wrestlers never see it, a milestone of accomplishment reserved for those that spend a majority of career in the varsity circle. This season, Lexington senior Riley Kopf found a milestone at his first meet of the season and earned his 100th win after pinning his second oppone…

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Richman and Carpenter lead Minutemen to 74-35 blowout win over Gothenburg

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Two state qualifying Minutemen return to help with wrestle-offs

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Overton closes season after 36-52 loss in Mullen

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KEARNEY – The Overton lady Eagles volleyball team’s postseason journey is at an end after meeting the Pleasanton Bulldogs at Kearney High School for the D1-4 district final on Saturday. The Eagles put up a fight in the match, taking the Bulldogs the distance in the first set, 24-26, and winn…

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Overton volleyball stakes claim in district final, Eagles’ gridiron gang advances to quarterfinal

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Overton will continue in postseason while Lexington and S-E-M seasons come to a close

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HOLDREGE — The Elwood lady Pirates and the Overton lady Eagles traveled to Holdrege High School on Monday for the Class D1-10 subdistrict volleyball tournament. Elwood opened the night with a 3-0 win over the Arapahoe Warriors, then lost their semifinals game with the first seed, Overton, 3-0.

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AMHERST – The Lexington Minutemaids volleyball team traveled to Amherst on Monday to go toe-to-toe with the Broncos.  Lexington fell to Amherst, going 1-3, after four tight sets.

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Lexington cross country claims team state runner-up for second year in a row in Kearney last week

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LEXINGTON – The last of regular season football is behind us as area football teams met with the end of schedule opponents on Friday. Lexington hosted the Alliance Bulldogs and came away with a 28-13 win while the Overton Eagles hosted a game with the Elwood Pirates where the Eagles finished…

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Cozad hosts Adams Central, S-E-M hosts Eustis-Farnam for final games of regular season

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LEXINGTON – Lexington Area will be sending two teams and six individuals who qualified in their district cross country meets to the state championships in Kearney this week. The Lexington Minutemen and Minutemaids qualified as teams for the championship while Cozad will send four runners and…

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LEXINGTON – Another round of high school football is in the books and a few teams have improved their season. The Lexington Minutemen took to the highway to Cozad to face the Haymakers. Lexington defeated the Cozad boys, 35-12. The Elwood Pirates hosted the Loomis Wolves Friday afternoon, wh…

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KEARNEY – The Fort Kearny Conference held their conference volleyball championship this week. Games began Monday and ran through Thursday night when the Overton Eagles fell to the Pleasanton Bulldogs for the championship match, 1-3, taking conference runner-up.

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Minutemaids take first at district cross country; Minutemen claim runner-up

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LEXINGTON – All five area schools were out competing on the gridiron this week with three at home and two away. The 2-4 Lexington Minutemen hosted the 6-0 Scottsbluff Bearcats where Scottsbluff took home the win, 7-34, while the Cozad Haymakers traveled to face the Kearney Catholic High Scho…

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HASTINGS – The Lexington Minutemaids traveled to Hastings on Saturday for a cold, wet and windy day at the district tournament. The ‘Maids faced three opponents at the tournament before a close, razor’s edge loss to Grand Island Central Catholic, ending their season.

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Minutemen and ‘Maids take second in conference meet to Aurora, Holdrege

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SEWARD – The Minutemaids golf team traveled to Seward for the Central Conference golf tournament. As a team, the Lexington girls took 10th place in the conference with a team score of 444.

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KEARNEY – The Lexington, Cozad, Elwood and S-E-M cross country teams competed in the UNK High School Cross Country Invite on Monday.  This is an important meet for cross country athletes as it is held on the same course as the state cross country meet at the end of the season.  The Lexington…

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LEXINGTON – Friday was a day of blowout football games for area schools. Lexington traveled to take on the Bison in McCook where they fell 6-48 while Cozad traveled to put the hurt on the Holdrege Dusters, 41-14. Overton destroyed the Pleasanton Bulldogs in Overton, 68-12, and the only close…