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Community pep rally Wednesday

Crete High School Homecoming activities continue this week with the Community Pep Rally at Tuxedo Park tomorrow (Wednesday). The general public is invited to attend and celebrate.

Committee preps for pumpkin fest

Crete’s first annual Great Pumpkin Festival is slated for Sunday afternoon, Oct. 4. Events will stretch from 9th to 13th Streets on Main Ave.

Backpacks benefit from annual event

The Crete Back Pack Program held its annual fun run and pancake feed Saturday morning with the start and finish line of the run on 12th Street in front of Crete UCC Church.

Pioneer 61 remembered

“The person who teaches you to read affects the rest of your life.”

Coaltion to meet Sept. 24

The Saline County C/URB will hold its monthly Drug and Alcohol Prevention meeting on Thursday (Sept. 24) beginning at 7 p.m. in the Public Health Solutions (PHS) meeting room, 995 Hwy 33 in Crete. The...

‘Veterans And Friends’ brings together VFW, Legion

CHS honors alumni at Night of Champions

Denny’s Den

Walker performs with UNL band

Doane enrolls second-largest freshman class

Pioneer District 61 site dedication set

Fight the bite

Congressional caseworker to visit Crete

Great pumpkin patch

K.C. Jones Memorial Railroad made memories for a generation

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Crete High Sports

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Cards run wild in big win over Pioneers

Cards run wild in big win over Pioneers

NEBRASKA CITY — The Crete Cardinals stepped into a time machine of sorts Friday night, and it took them to a 35-7 win over Nebraska City that awakened echoes of past Cardinal teams.

Sears, Baum qualify for state golf

Crete High’s Murphy Sears and Hanna Baum placed third and sixth respectively at the B-1 district golf tournament Monday at Beatrice, qualifying for the Class B state tournament Monday and Tuesday (Oct....

Softball fourth at conference tourney

The Crete High softball team placed fourth in the Central Conference Tournament Saturday in Columbus, getting an opening-round win over Central City before falling to York and Seward.

Boys fifth at Aquinas cross country

The Crete High boys’ cross country team placed fifth in the Aquinas Invitational Thursday in David City, with the Cardinal girls 11th.

Crete spikers look ahead to home dates

The Crete High volleyball team fell to 4-16 on the season last week, falling to Beatrice at home Tuesday and losing all five of their matches at the Skutt Invitational Friday and Saturday.

Softball team fifth at Crete Invite

Dukes score early en route to 31-6 win

Crete volleyball team wins two

Cardinals 10th, 11th at Crete Invite

Viking aerial attack tips scales against Cards

Crete spikers shut out Schuyler

Fifth-ranked Cardinals set for home games

Cardinal softball team shocks Elkhorn South

Skyhawks pull away from Cards in second half

Sears, Baum earn medals at Fairbury

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Tigers drub NWU in final GPAC series tilt

Tigers drub NWU in final GPAC series tilt

LINCOLN — One drive, or even one quarter, does not a football game make, but it might just as well have Saturday in the 101st renewal — and the last-ever conference game — of the Doane-Nebraska...

Tiger spikers split home matches

Tiger spikers split home matches

The Doane volleyball team split a pair of home matches in conference play last week, falling to NAIA No. 22 Hastings in four sets Wednesday before sweeping Dakota Wesleyan Saturday.

Tiger golfers retain second place

The Doane men’s golf team placed sixth in Thursday’s second round of the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tournament at Wilderness Ridge and are in second place after 36 of the 72 holes.

Women's soccer team wins two

The Doane women’s soccer team shut out Mount Marty to move to 2-1 in conference play Saturday and defeated Johnson and Wales (Colo.) Sunday in non-conference action on Papik Field.

Men's soccer wins, ties in home outings

The Doane men’s soccer team drubbed Mount Marty 11-0 and battled to a 2-all tie to Johnson and Wales (Colo.) last weekend, moving to 5-3-1 overall and 2-0 in conference play.

Defense, special teams key Tiger win

Tiebreaker gives Tiger women Dean White title

Benson leads golfers to victory

Soccer teams win in return to action

Borcher receives honors

Volleyball team records GPAC sweeps

Tigers looking to showdown with Northwestern

Doane men second in GPAC golf tourney

DeWispelare nabs second GPAC honor

Tiger volleyball team suffers GPAC setbacks


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Wolverines knock off No. 10 Lakeview

Wolverines knock off No. 10 Lakeview

              COLUMBUS — The Wilber-Clatonia offense proved Friday night that it’s offense and defense 2014 are still going strong as the...

E-M begins with overtime thriller

E-M begins with overtime thriller

              MILLIGAN — Opportunistic is a perfect way to describe Exeter-Milligan’s efforts against Kenesaw in the overtime season opener...

Bulldogs dominate Meridian

              OSCEOLA — Last year, the Mustangs used team speed and size to win some games.            ...

WC, Bulldogs start season at Freeman

              LINCOLN — The Wilber-Clatonia softball crew won 2-of-3 games at the Freeman Invitational Saturday at Lincoln while Friend had...

W-C boys win third title of season

              MALCOLM — Craig Penner and Lynn Jurgens are two of several hundred area track fanatics who hope last Tuesday’s cold and windy...

Chilly day produces big marks at Friend