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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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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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Lex takes homecoming win with touchdown after touchdown after touchdown

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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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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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ELWOOD – The Elwood Pirates basketball squads hosted the Sumner-Eddyville-Miller Mustangs on Tuesday this week. The two schools split the wins and the lady Pirates took a 57-39 win over S-E-M, while the Mustangs earned a 60-42 win over the Elwood boys.

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SUMNER - The Sumner-Eddyville-Miller Mustangs held their 2017 Pre-Holiday Basketball Tournament over the weekend. Four schools attended with the Ansley-Litchfield girls taking first place, S-E-M lady Mustangs taking second and the Elwood Pirates girls taking third. For the Boys, Ansley-Litch…

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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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ELWOOD - The Elwood Pirates held their home wrestling invite on Friday.  Elwood wrestlers took 5th place at the event with 68 team points, S-E-M came in 12th with 11 points, Overton found 9th place with 53 points, and Lexington junior varsity took 4th place overall with 86 points.

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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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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…

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ELWOOD – The Elwood lady Pirates volleyball team hosted the S-E-M Mustangs and the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons for a triangular Thursday. The Falcons left having lost both of their games, 0-2. S-E-M lost their game with Elwood, going 1-1 for the evening and the Pirates took the top spot, winning…

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LEXINGTON - It was a night filled with tradition and festivity as Lexington Raceway concluded their regular season racing and the points race was finally decided. Drivers in each class were brought out and introduced to the crowd before each feature race, along with their families and crew m…

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No injuries on an exciting race night as cars and drivers leave the track ‘the hard way’

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LEXINGTON - Lexington Raceway featured the United Rebel Sprint Series (URSS) Sunday night bringing in larger than usual crowds to the track. The crowd, nearly 800, was greeted with temperatures up over 90 and 86 cars to compete for points and cash. URSS brought 24 drivers from all over the r…

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LEXINGTON – Lexington High School held their Don Bader Track and Field Invite on Friday last week.  In addition to LHS, three other area schools, Elwood, Overton, and S-E-M, attended the 21 school event.

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KEARNEY – The S-E-M and Overton track and field teams traveled to Kearney to compete in the Pleasanton Dick O’Neill Invitational last week.  Overton Girls took 11th out of 13 teams attending, S-E-M girls came in 13th.  The Overton Boys placed 12th of 12 and the S-E-M boys came in 7th overall.

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NORTH PLATTE – The S-E-M boys basketball team faced the Mullen Broncos in their D2-5 District final Tuesday night.  The Mustangs fell to Mullen, 40-48.

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KEARNEY – The S-E-M Mustang boys fell to the Amherst Broncos in the Fort Kearny Conference final Saturday night, 85-88.  The loss marks the first for the mustangs this season, making their record 14-1.

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ARAPAHOE – Twelve teams from around Nebraska and Kansas represented their schools at the Arapahoe Invite on Saturday.  Two area schools, Elwood and Sumner-Eddyville-Miller, participated in the event.

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NORTH PLATTE, Neb – S-E-M Mustangs won against Stapleton, 3-0, but went on to lose to the Brady Eagles, 3-1, in district games in North Platte.