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As a result of the Governor’s announcement on May 11, beginning June 1, NSAA member schools are permitted to open weight rooms for voluntary strength and conditioning sessions.

The following Swede athletes were recognized for their efforts in the classroom as they were named to the Lincoln Journal Star Academic All-State teams.

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The dusty softball fields of Gothenburg have so many stories to tell.

The Phantom Girls SWC meet held on the University of Nebraska indoor track was so well attended the Boys meet was moved to Omaha’s Burke Stadium in Omaha. The stadium was named after the same Harry Burke who was Superintendent and coach at Gothenburg before moving to Omaha.

Taking inventory of the current Southwest Conference schools and Gothenburg High School’s all-time record holders, we are thrilled to present a virtual track meet to hopefully fill the void normally spent on soft spring afternoons watching young athletes compete as much against themselves as…

Gothenburg Public School has released its honor roll for the third quarter for grades 7-12. As per the policy approved by the school board at their last meeting, students cannot receive a lower fourth-quarter grade than their third quarter grade. Students who qualified for the third quarter …

Friends, family and classmates took part in the Be the Light campaign April 20, when Gothenburg Public Schools turned on the lights at the football field to honor the Class of 2020.

Sports fans have something to look forward to now that the PGA has announced plans to return to action in June.

As the sun dropped below the horizon Monday night, the stadium lights at Gothenburg High School’s football field were burning bright.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the health care system in Nebraska will not have the capacity to meet the requirements in place for the NSAA for all athletes to have their physicals administered in the timeline that starts no earlier than May 1.

April 15, 1947 was a day that changed sports in ways that people at that time could have never imagined.

Gothenburg Public Schools students and teachers aren’t the only one’s going virtual in the midst of the mandated closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.