May 23rd, 2012
After the first round of play, Tanner Johnson sits tied for 10th overall with an 81. Marcus Miller is tied for 28th after the first round with an 87. According to the NSAA scoreboard, Johnson tees of at 11 am today and Miller tees off at 9:50 to start round 2.
After a grueling interview process of seven candidates last Wednesday night, the Broken Bow School Board elected David Glendy to serve as the new member, replacing the retiring Don Davis. Glendy was sworn in by Superintendent Dr. Virginia Moon at the board's regular monthly meeting Monday evening.
For more, see this week's Custer County Chief.
Jennie Melham Memorial Medical Center hosted an open house and ribbon cutting event Sunday for the brand new Wellness Center. An addition was built on the north side of the Ellen B. Marachek Tennis Center at Tomahawk Park to house the Wellness Center, allowing patrons to utilize the tennis court as well.
A large crowd was in attendance Sunday afternoon for the event, and many took the opportunity to test out some of the new equipment.
For pictures and complete story see this week's Custer County Chief.
Team scoring: Scottsbluff 48, McCook 41, York 37, Grand Island NW 35, Elkhorn MM 34, Omaha Gross 34, Blair 33, Lexington 32, Cozad 28, Auburn 26, Columbus LV 25, Boys Town 22, Waverly 21, Gering 21, Aurora 20, Gretna 20, Omaha Skutt 18, Adams Central 14, Gothenburg 14, Crete 12, Platteview 11, Alliance 11, Sidney 10, Oâ€™Neill 10, Ogallala 9, Elkhorn South 9, Beatrice 9, Chadron 8, Seward 8, Columbus Scotus 8, Milford 6, Norris 4, Pierce 4, Omaha Roncalli 4, Arlington 4, Nebraska City 3, Bennington 3, Lincoln Lutheran 2, Elkhorn 2.
The Twin Loup mens team finished 2nd overall for the Class D mens side. Ansley-Litchfield's women side took 4th overall. Twin Loup won state titles in the 4x400 meter relay and the long jump. Ansley-Litchfield took the 4x100 meter relay title. Check back tomorrow for more updated results and check out the May 24th edition of the Custer County Chief for extended coverage.
The Twin Loup boys set a new personal best and won gold Saturday in the 4x100 meter relay at the State High School Track Meet in Omaha. The team of Guy Fenske, Kirby Pomplun, Tyke Kozeal and Jed Fenske will also go down in the record book by besting the Class D State Record: 43.73 set by St. Edward in 2002.
1 Twin Loup 43.589 10
2 Cambridge 44.321 8
3 Garden County 44.387 6
4 South Loup 44.453 5
800m Run FINALS- Boys (Class D)
1-1 David Bishop 10 Lyons-Decatur Northeast 2nd/2:09.7 177 1
1-2 Jake Witte 10 Cambridge 1st/2:10.0 52 1
1-3 Walter Flint 12 Elwood 2nd/2:15.7 75 1
2-1 Kelvin Stallings 12 Giltner 2nd/2:05.4 112 1
2-2 Kyle Pardun 10 St. Mary's 2nd/2:06.7 272 1
Section #1- boys 3200 relay
1 Paxton 8:13.226 1 10
Carrick Perlinger, 11, #229; Zachary Morland, 11, #227; Koby Archuletta, 12, #221; Garrett Perlinger, 11, #230
2 South Loup 8:26.514 1 8
Kyle Pierce, 10; Garret Dockweiler, 11, #257; Taylor Linegar, 12, #261; Levi Loper, 11, #262
400m Dash PRELIMS-Girls- Class D
1 Siera Rohde 12 Ansley-Litchfield 58.235 1 Q
Joe E. Bradley, age 78 of Ansley, died Friday May 11, 2012 at his home in Ansley. Funeral services were May 14, at the Christian Church in Ansley, with the Rev. Mel Shepherd officiating. Burial was in the Merna Cemetery with military rites. Memorials made be made to the Ansley Christian Church, Sandhills Cancer Fund, or Hospice.
Joe was born Jan. 10, 1934, in Ellis County, Okla., to Wallace and Oleta (Riggs) Bradley. Joe married Betty Lou Hendershot May 30, 1959. Betty Lou died in 2009.
Margaret J. Lenstrom (Joan), of Comstock, died Monday, May 14, 2012 at the Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center in Broken Bow.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 18, at the Rhoad Funeral Chapel in Sargent with the Rev. Don Schauda officiating. Burial will be in the Douglas Grove Cemetery west of Comstock. Visitations will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Mrs. Lenstrom was born July 11, 1937, in Trenton, and spent her chidhood in the westren Nebraska area. She graduated from Sidney High School in 1956.