Photo courtesy of Amanda Ristine
Team GO participated in the 2021 Plains Tsunami Swim League Championship Meet in McCook on July 17. The team fared well, bringing home high honors in a number of events.
Gothenburg’s Senior Melons are headed into tournament action, beginning July 23 at Minden when they take on McCook at 11 a.m. at Ollie Bjorklund Field.
Thirty years ago, University of Nebraska Head Football Coach Tom Osborne had a vision that included the athletes in his program making an impact on the lives of middle school students.
Team GO competed at the Plains Tsunami Central Qualifying meet in McCook on July 10, with multiple first-place finishes. Qualifiers will compete in the State Meet July 17 in McCook.
GHS Grad Tyce Hruza competed at the Capitol District Pole Vault Competition in Downtown Omaha on July 8. In the collegiate division. Hruza went out of the competition at 17’ 8”. Tyce currently competes on the Concordia University track team.
The B-6 Area tournament rolled into Gothenburg on July 9, setting the stage for six teams to do battle on the diamond for a bid to the State Baseball Tournament in Waverly.
The Nebraska One Box Rock Crushers shotgun team traveled to San Antonio, Texas to compete in the USA Youth Education in Shooting Sports Junior Clay Target National Championships.
July is a time for barbecue and baseball, and July 9-14 will give Gothenburg plenty of that as the Melons will host the Nebraska American Legion Area B-6 Juniors Tournament.
Wild Horse Golf Club was the site for the 54th Nebraska Match Play Championship June 15-19 and after four days of golf, Lincoln’s Nate Vontz prevailed as the Mens’ State Match Play Champion.
Gothenburg’s Junior and Senior Melons baseball teams have been hard at work on the diamond, each picking up wins at home and on the road as they get into the heart of their respective seasons.
The Gothenburg Fishing Club competed at the 2021 Nebraska B.A.S.S. Federation High School Tournament at Red Willow State Reservoir June 5 in McCook. Fishermen from Gothenburg and their drivers who participated in the State Tournament this past weekend include in the front row from left: Caid…
If your young Swede is ready for some summer action, there’s plenty of opportunities for kids between kindergarten and eighth grade to participate in a summer camp.
Wild Horse Golf Club is pleased to announce that the 2021 PGA Junior League registration is now open for golfers between the ages of seven and 13. The match format will be a two-person, nine-hole scramble. Matches and practices will be Tuesdays beginning June 8 with the league wrapping up it…
Swede golfer Jake Scherer wrapped up his golf career at Gothenburg High School when he competed in the Nebraska School Activities Association’s Class B State Golf Championships at Elks Country Club in Columbus May 25-26.
Gothenburg sent 14 athletes to the Nebraska School Activities Association’s Class B State Track Meet May 21-22 in Omaha and the Swedes came home with some hardware.