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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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Under threat of weather, five schools attend Cozad Invitational

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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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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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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…

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Nebraska Paintball team travels to National Tournament

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COZAD – The Lexington Minutemaids softball team put their game into overdrive playing against the lady Haymakers on Tuesday’s away game. The game played close until the top of the seventh inning when the ‘Maids took off toward a 15-4 win over the Cozad girls.

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Finding a lot of home away from home at Cozad tournament

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Lex takes homecoming win with touchdown after touchdown after touchdown

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COZAD – The Haymakers hosted a Triangular with Adams Central and Minden on Thursday this week, where the Cozad squad fell in their first game to the Adams Central Patriots, 3-7, before defeating the Minden Whippets, 18-0.

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Five area schools kick-off their seasons for two wins and three losses across the board

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LEXINGTON – The roar of Dawson County Raceway could be heard again on Sunday as the four regular classes of cars, Sport Mods, Hobby Stock, Modifieds and Stock Cars muscle for rank at the Dawson County Fairgrounds.

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Nebraska Racing community comes together to help family of a giving friend and fellow racer

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COZAD – The Lexington Legion baseball teams made the short trip up the highway to duke it out with the Cozad Reds baseball teams on Monday.  The Pinnacle Bank juniors went home with the win, edging Cozad, 4-3, while the Lexington Seniors made a late-game push for a big, 10-0 shutout over the…

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COZAD – The Cozad Reds Legion baseball teams hosted the Gothenburg Melons on Thursday night where the Reds juniors dropped a close game with the younger Melons team, 1-2; the Cozad 18 and under team lost in a blowout to the Melons Seniors, 0-14.

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“Rack Attack” from Tep’s Bar & Grill in Lexington fell just short of advancing to the American Poolplayers Association (APA) 8-Ball World Pool Championships in Las Vegas when they lost in the finals of the Western Nebraska APA 8-Ball World Qualifier held recently at Eagles Club in North Platte.

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LEXINGTON – The Lexington Pinnacle Bank Legion baseball teams hosted the Cozad Reds on Sunday, June 10. The Lexington Juniors fell late in the game to the Cozad boys, 7-8, while the Pinnacle Bank Seniors took a comfortable win over their Cozad counterparts, 12-7.

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LEXINGTON – Two athletes from area schools will attend the 34th annual West Nebraska All-Star Volleyball game this year. The game will be held in Scottsbluff at the NWCC Cougar Palace on Saturday, June 9 at 2 p.m.

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LEXINGTON – Area schools competed in their district track meets across the state this week in hopes to qualify for the state track and field meet in Omaha next week. Lexington boasts 18 state qualifiers while Cozad will send 12. Elwood and Sumner-Eddyville-Miller will each send one qualifier…

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LEXINGTON – Several area schools participated in track meets across the state toward the end of last week.  Lexington track and field traveled to Holdrege while Elwood, Overton and S-E-M traveled to Wilcox for the Fort Kearny Conference track meet.  On Saturday, Cozad track and field travele…

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Lexington’s home of dirt track racing, Dawson County Raceway, began the new season on Sunday, and multiple local drivers gave strong performances.

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LEXINGTON - The girls district tournament season has begun and ended for several area schools this week. The Lexington Minutemaids and the Cozad lady Haymakers saw their seasons come to a close at their first round of subdistricts this week. The Minutemaids fell to Hastings on Monday, 28-37,…

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OMAHA - The second day of state wrestling is halfway through and the left half of the brackets draw closer to completion.  The beginning half of day two at the State championship is designated for consolation matches in the pursuit of 3rd place medals.

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OMAHA - With day one of the Nebraska state wrestling tournament in the bag, we’re seeing some results from area wrestlers begin to surface.

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Fifteen area wrestlers qualify for state tournament

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COZAD - The Cozad basketball squads hosted the Minden Whippets on Friday, Feb. 2.  The lady ‘Makers opened the night with a tough loss to the Minden girls, 54-42, while the Cozad boys secured another win over the Whippets, 58-39.

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Cozad boys win at home, girls fall on the road

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The Haymakers took on the Indians for the SWC semi-finals in North Platte Friday.  The Cozad boys walked away with a win, 68-47.

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Cozad hosted the Valentine Badgers for the first round of Southwest Conference basketball tournament.

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Lexington hosts Cozad for action packed Thursday hoops

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GOTHENBURG - The Cozad basketball squads shifted to neighboring Gothenburg for a game against the rival Swedes on Thursday.  The lady ‘Makers fell to the Gothenburg girls, 36-51, while the Cozad boys secured a 47-42 win over the Swedes.

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COZAD - The Minutemen took the short trip to Cozad to face the Haymakers on their home mat, Thursday evening.  The Minutemen conquered the dual with the Cozad boys, winning 52-21.

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LEXINGTON - Several area schools traveled or hosted games over the weekend with mixed results. Lexington hosted the York Dukes; the Minutemaids lost their game to the lady dukes, 21-41, and the Minutemen fell, 38-52. The Cozad squads traveled to Valentine on Saturday to face the Badgers. The…

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COZAD - Cozad High School held their home wrestling invite over the weekend.  Cozad took 11th place at the meet with 76.5 points while Lexington varsity took 1st with 157.5 points.

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COZAD - The Cozad basketball teams hosted the Chase County Longhorns for their first game of the regular season on Thursday this week.  The lady 'Makers lost to Chase County, 28-41, while the Haymakers won their game with the Longhorns, 69-49.

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LEXINGTON – Four area schools began their journey into the post season in sub-disctrict matches on Monday. Cozad traveled to North Platte to play Hershey and defeated the Panthers, 3-0, before going on to lose their second match against the Ogallala Indians, 0-3. Elwood Played the Loomis Wol…

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LEXINGTON - The Lexington Minutemaids volleyball team hosted the Cozad lady Haymakers for a dual on Tuesday. The Minutemaids fell to Cozad, 0-3.

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KEARNEY – Seventeen athletes from four area schools attended the state cross country meet at the Kearney Country club on Friday. Two teams and six individuals qualified and competed, with three Lexington athletes bringing home medals.

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LEXINGTON – Two area schools hosted volleyball this week and two traveled as the regular season comes to a close for many next week. The Minutemaids hosted a triangular with Adams Central and Holdrege where Lexington fell to the Patriots and the Dusters, 0-2, Tuesday while the Cozad Haymaker…