The Swede football team is preparing for the final football game of the 2021 regular season, an Oct. 22 matchup at Holdrege against a Duster team that Swede head coach Craig Haake says is tough to put a thumb on.
It’s a big week for the Swede cross country teams as they head to Heritage Hills Country Club in McCook on Oct. 7 for the Southwest Conference Championship Meet.
The Lady Swede golf team hit postseason action on Oct. 4, playing at the Holdrege Country Club in C-4 District action. The team battled hard but unfortunately, the season came to an end for the Swede girls’ golfers.
Gothenburg notched its first win of the season Oct. 1 when they beat the Mitchell Tigers 34-6 in a game that head coach Craig Haake said was no different than any other.
The Lady Swede golf team has had a busy week this week, competing in the Cozad Invitational on Sept. 28, then hosting the Southwest Conference Golf Meet on Sept. 29 at Wild Horse Golf Club.
Gothenburg’s softball team is 18-10 on their season and as the grueling September schedule winds down and nears postseason play, coach Luke Dea has a simple message for his club.
The Swede cross country team has had a pretty good season as they charge forward to the season-end meets including the Southwest Conference Championships, districts and hopefully, the State meet.
As the cross country season continues to get closer to the most important meets of the season, the goal for the Swedes has been to get better each week.
Lady Swede golfers have had a busy week, competing in the Broken Bow Invitational on Sept. 7, then on to the Lexington Invitational on Sept. 10 and now return to Wild Horse Golf Club for three consecutive meets at home, beginning with the Gothenburg Invitational on Sept. 14.
The Swede softball team has wrapped up another busy week of games and has moved to 6-5 on the season after a win against Ord on Aug. 31 and a 1-2 showing at the McCook Invitational Sept. 4.