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The Brady Eagle boys’ basketball team officially ended their season last Tuesday, Feb. 23 in their sub-district game against Medicine Valley. Despite a strong showing, with the Eagle hoopsters leading the Raiders for much of the first three quarters, Brady ended unable to combat a fourth qua…

The Lady Eagles had a hard row to hoe this year in a basketball season that brought many hurdles, both on and off the courts. Last week, the girls played their final game, losing the match to Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 59-14. That was the first game in the Subdistrict tournament, and ended Brad…

A challenging season for the Eagle boys’ basketball program closes in on the end with the move to Subdistrict play this week. The Brady club took on Medicine Valley at Wallace Feb. 23 in the first round, with those results not available by press time. Closing out regular season play last wee…

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On Feb. 17-18, two Brady grapplers made the trek to Omaha to compete in the NSAA State Wrestling Competition. For senior Jeremy Larson, the third time is a charm, as he collected his first state championship to cap off an undefeated season, going 48-0. Junior Triston Stearns enjoyed his inau…

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For the third year in a row, Brady will be sending wrestlers on to the state competition in Omaha. Not a bad record for a program that has only existed for five years. Leading the way is Coach Bobby Cahill, and he is excited for the wrestlers headed to state, and for the future of the wrestl…

The regular monthly meeting of the Brady Board of Education was called to order on Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. Two board members, Matt Hatch and Bryan Franzen, were absent.

In the final week of regular season play, the Lady Eagles will face Medicine Valley in Curtis on Friday to end the season and move on to Sub-District action. Last week, the girls faced three opponents that tested their mettle, and came out of that run with three tough losses.

Coach Blecha knew it would be a challenging gauntlet of games in the final few weeks of regular-season basketball action, and the boys’ team came out of the first week with a few bumps and bruises.

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The run-up to State wrestling looked a little different this year, thanks to the ongoing Covid restrictions that continue to hover over sports activities. The regular District tournament, typically held over two days to whittle down eligible wrestlers in each weight bracket to four that woul…

The Eagle hoopsters ended the boys’ MNAC tournament on a high note last week, harrying the Arthur County Wolves to a 55-43 defeat. It was a welcome victory to an Eagle team coming off a loss to state-ranked Mullen on Wednesday.

Everything worthwhile is uphill, and the Brady grapplers are no strangers to that uphill battle. With the final two regular-season tournaments under their belts, and some hardware to show for it, they are well prepared for the challenges ahead.

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The Lady Eagles played just one game last week to finish out the consolation bracket of the MNAC tourney on Friday. Facing the Arthur County Wolves, a 10-5 team coming off a loss to Sandhills-Thedford in first round tournament action, the Eagles were defeated 60-27.

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A late night phone call solicited the help of the Brady Volunteer Fire Department last Saturday, Jan. 30. The fire department responded to a possible house fire at the Jeremy Maurer residence at 219 W. Hwy 30 in Brady.

The Brady Food Pantry recently received grant money from the Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska (AFAN) to buy a freezer to expand their food storing capability. AFAN collaborated with the Midwest Dairy and Nebraska Department of Agriculture to provide funds for refrigerators …

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It was a split week for the Eagle basketball club, dropping a contest to Maxwell before overcoming the Twin Loup Wolves in first-round tournament action.The Eagles took on Maxwell first on Jan. 19, and the 10-5 Wildcats ran away with the match 74-33. At half time, Brady had posted just 19 po…

The Lady Eagles have had their share of challenges this season, and this week proved an exciting example of growth. Although the hoopsters tallied a loss against both Maxwell and Sandhills Valley, Coach Damoude saw the look that she has been waiting for.

If you take care of the little things, the big things will come. Although it’s hard to remember that sage advice in the middle of a losing season, the Lady Eagles are showing some bright spots as they continue to battle on the court.

The Brady boys traveled to Overton on Jan. 12 to face the blue-hued Eagles in a tough mid-week matchup, dropping the contest to Overton 40-63.

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The Village of Brady Board met Jan. 13, with the main order of business to swear in newly elected trustees and appoint officers.

The Oregon Trail Honor Band invited a select group of Brady students to participate in their 14th annual performance held on Jan. 11 in Bridgeport. Band director Val Pohlman nominated students from the Eagle band based on a rubric sent out by honor band director Dr. Jay Gilbert. Abby Jurjens…

Persistence pays off! The Eagle boys’ basketball team is a testament to that as they continue to build their skills and discipline week after week. Last Friday, the Eagles traveled to Mullen to face the Broncos on their home Court.

The girls’ basketball team played back to back games last week against the 10-2 Mullen Broncos and the 7-2 Arthur County Wolves, coming away with two tough losses. The Lady Eagles keep their efforts strong and their attitudes positive, but that wasn’t enough to alter the outcome.

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Eagle grapplers faced their toughest week yet in competition. Three events, with two to five bouts each, in four days tested both their resolve and stamina. Cameron Carr and Kaden Dady are still battling injuries, but the team showed up and gave it their level best, showing improvement in ta…