Runners have something special inside them that won’t let them quit when they get tired.
After a week of practice, Coach Luke Dea and the Swede softball team headed out to Scottsbluff to compete in the Twin Cities Softball Tournament Sept. 12, bringing home a fourth-place finish and Avery Dunphy and Hannah Devlin earned All-Tournament Team honors.
The Lady Swede volleyball team is preparing for its Sept. 10 match at South Loup, one that coach Bryson Mahlberg says should be a pretty good match.
The Swede cross country teams came off the line to start their season with two meets in three days, bringing home some hardware in a great start to the 2020 campaign.
Gothenburg’s football team continues to look forward as they prepare for the Sept. 11 matchup against Broken Bow at Gothenburg High School.
Every course they play holds challenges, and the Lady Swedes golf team is looking at the York Country Club as the next big one as they prepare for the Sept. 3 York Invitational.
The Swede volleyball team hosts Cozad Aug. 27 and as they prepare to take on their Highway 30 rivals, Coach Bryson Mahlberg says the team is looking forward to starting the season against a team that is expected to be better than previous years.
With the safe start of the new school year under their belts, the Gothenburg Public Schools Administration team has released guidance for all Swede fans excited about showing support for the fall sports teams.