As Gothenburg High School prepares for another season of activity, there have been new protocols released in relation to attendance at Swede events.
Everett and Shanna Vaughn have always been into cars. So when their son Michael said he wanted to skate, the couple went to work looking for opportunities for their son to grow both on and off the ice.
In the ever-changing landscape that we have come to know as the Covid-era, there are changes to the Gothenburg Public Schools activities calendar for the public to know.
The Swede Volleyball team posted a 23-12 record over the 2020 season and in a year that was unknown from week-to-week, Gothenburg played hard and never had to reschedule a match.
The Gothenburg volleyball team had a mantra this season of playing from within and each player took that to heart as they took the court against the Hershey Panthers Oct. 24 at Gothenburg High School in the C1-11 subdistrict championship game.
The longevity of the success of any athletic program can be seen in the success of the supporting teams, and if that thought process is any sort of a measuring stick for the Swede volleyball team, the success they will see for years to come is sure to be exponential.
There is something that happens when music touches your soul and you just have to move, and two local entrepreneurs are making sure that young dancers have a place to learn and shine.
The Gothenburg football team will travel to Lincoln Oct. 30 to take on the Lincoln Christian School Crusaders in the first round of the Class C playoffs.
Gothenburg’s head football coach Craig Haake said last week that the Holdrege Dusters have had trouble stopping their opponent’s run games this season. The Swedes capitalized on that weakness Oct. 23, running the field for 359 yards en route to a 38-20 win, the fifth win in a row for the Swe…