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Trae Koetter threw a gem on Saturday for MNB Seniors, allowing zero runs and besting Gothenburg by a score of 7-0 MNB Seniors secured the victory thanks to four runs in the second inning. MNB Seniors's offense in the inning came from groundouts by Seth Dugger and DJ Gross, a walk by Kaleb Taylor, and a single by Clayton StevensMNB Seniors opened up scoring in the second inning, when Stevens singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run. One bright spot for Gothenburg was a single by Baker in the first inning.  Koetter was the winning pitcher for MNB Seniors. He allowed two hits and zero runs over seven innings, striking out five. Radley Shaw took the loss for Gothenburg. He lasted five and two-thirds innings, allowing five hits and seven runs while striking out three. Dugger, Drew Harvie, Stevens, Cameryn Berry, and Taylor each collected one hit to lead MNB Seniors.



MNB Seniors took the lead late and defeated Kearney County 13-2 on Friday. The game was tied at two with MNB Seniors batting in the top of the fifth when Eiklor induced Drew Harvie to hit into a fielder's choice, but one run scored. Logan Greenlee led MNB Seniors to victory by driving in four runs. He went 2-for-3 at the plate.Greenlee drove in runs on a triple in the fifth and a single in the sixth. Kearney County got things started in the first inning when an error scored one run for Kearney County. MNB Seniors knotted the game up at two in the top of the fourth inning, when Cameryn Berrydoubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run. MNB Seniors put up six runs in the sixth inning. Kaleb Taylor, Derek Greenlee, Greenlee, Clayton Stevens, and Seth Dugger each had RBIs in the big inning. Stevens was the winning pitcher for MNB Seniors. He allowed four hits and two runs over five innings, striking out ten. Dugger threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen. Bates took the loss for Kearney County. He surrendered five runs on three hits over four innings, striking out four. MNB Seniors racked up ten hits. Dugger, Greenlee, and Taylor each racked up multiple hits for MNB Seniors. Dugger led MNB Seniors with three hits in five at bats. B R went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Kearney County in hits.



Scorekeepers were kept busy today during a high-scoring contest between MNB Seniors and Doniphan-Trumbull where MNB Seniors prevailed 15-10. Doniphan-Trumbull got things moving in the first inning. Williams drove in one when he singled. In the bottom of the second inning, MNB Seniors tied things up at six. DJ Gross's sac fly scored one run for MNB Seniors. After Doniphan-Trumbull scored three runs in the top of the sixth, MNB Seniors answered with three of their own. Doniphan-Trumbull scored when Stafford singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run, Remm doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run, and Seth Dugger's wild pitch allowed one run to score for Doniphan-Trumbull. MNB Seniors then answered when James Mockry's sac fly scored one run for MNB Seniors and Dugger singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs. MNB Seniors pulled away for good with three runs in the third inning. In the third Cameryn Berrysingled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs.  MNB Seniors scored six runs in the second inning. MNB Seniors's big inning was driven by walks by Clayton Stevens and Dugger, singles by Logan Greenlee and Mockry, and a sac fly by GrossKaleb Taylor took the win for MNB Seniors. He lasted five and two-thirds innings, allowing seven hits and nine runs while striking out eight. Dugger threw one and one-third innings in relief out of the bullpen. Wilson took the loss for Doniphan-Trumbull. He went four innings, allowing ten runs on six hits and striking out four. MNB Seniors racked up 11 hits. Berry, Stevens, Mockry, and Dugger each had multiple hits for MNB Seniors. Dugger, Mockry, Stevens, and Berry each collected two hits to lead MNB Seniors. Doniphan-Trumbull racked up nine hits in the game. Stafford and Remm all managed multiple hits for Doniphan-Trumbull. Stafford led Doniphan-Trumbull with three hits in four at bats.


MNB Bank will now take on Kearney County in the second round of the B6 area tournament from Holdrege on Friday, July 20th.  Live coverage can be heard on 93.9 The Zone and online


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5th-6th grade division

Eagles 13 Redskins 12

1st qtr...Eagles 6-0 Bryson Gullion 64 yard run
(PAT failed)

1st qtr...Redskins 6-6 Ethan Schmidt 49 yard run
(PAT failed)

2nd qtr...Eagles 13-6 Gullion 55 yard run (Gullion run)

2nd qtr...Redskins 13-12 Quinten Terry 65 yard run
(PAT failed)

7th-8th grade division

Ravens 28 Chiefs 0

2nd qtr...Ravens Canyon Hosick 6 yard TD pass to
Lucas Wilson (Corbin Horner run)

3rd qtr...Ravens Horner 65 yard TD run (Horner run)

4th qtr...Ravens Lucas Wilson 29 yard run run
(Horner run)

4th qtr...Ravens Horner 79 yard run (Hosick pass
to Colby Evans)


The 39th Annual NCA All-Star Girls' Basketball Game

Monday, July 23rd, 2018, 6:00 p.m.
Lincoln North Star High School

Televised on NET


The All-Star selection process begins late in the respective sports season. Every member coach has the opportunity to nominate deserving senior student-athlete(s). Once all nominations are received, an evaluation form, which includes both career and senior season statistics are sent to all member coaches. Coaches rate the players they have seen on all-star potential and attitude. The goal: players selected will represent the best student-athletes in all parts of the state, as well as representing the sport and themselves in a positive manner. Once evaluations are returned, they are tabulated and the final results are made available to the selection committee. The All-Star selection committee is made up of coaches from throughout the state. All-Star Coaches are selected in a manner similar to that of the All-Star players, as the respective sports advisory committee members nominate peers to coach the teams. The coach's records, career stats, and longevity are then taken into consideration and the sports advisory committees make their selection. Funding for the games depends on the support offered by each community having a player selected. Tickets are sold by each player's coach in advance, and these All-Star "Boosters", in addition to five tickets, will receive a line ad in the All-Star program. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to contact their respective coaches regarding the sponsorship of the student-athletes in the All-Star Games. The NCA also receives support for the games from Nebraska Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic of Lincoln, who sponsors the All-Star plaques given to each player, manager, and coach participating in the games. Without the support of the individual communities and corporate contributors, the games would be impossible for the NCA to sponsor. Your words of appreciation to these people would help us tremendously. The NCA would like to thank each community in advance for their support of the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Games.


Girls Basketball Rosters

Nathan Behlke


The MNB Bank Seniors have received the #2 seed in the Class B6 area tournament that will start on Thursday, July 19th in Holdrege. MNB Bank will battle #7 seed Doniphan-Trumbull in the opening round of the double-elimination format.  Listen to all the postseason action of the MNB Bank Seniors on 93.9 The Zone and online


Class B6 Seniors Bracket


A slow start last night for the First Central Bank McCook Jr Legion Baseball Team as they played for an area championship last night against Kearney County (Minden) for a chance to head to the State Legion Baseball Tournament. Kearney County in order for them to advance to state they would have to defeat First Central Bank McCook twice, FCB didn’t let that happen as the 5th inning proved to be a big inning for FCB scoring 10 runs on there way to a 12-2 victory.  Next action for FCB Juniors will be the State Tournament that will take place on Saturday, July 14th in Columbus. Full Interview with Head Coach Kaden Sitzman after the win.


Kaden Sitzman


The 2018 McCook Football League (MFL) will get underway with practices, and games.  This is a different and updated schedule from years past. View the complete schedule below.

High School Football returns to the Hometown Family Radio Sports Network on Friday, August 24th.


View the Football Broadcast Schedule by clicking on the link provided.

The National League Roster:

Representing The Sports Shoppe Cubs: #4 Mitchel Cole, #3 Ethan Schmidt, #7 Kollin Werkmeister, #10 Jalen Collicot

Representing The H&H Installation Braves: #3 Reid Loop, #7 Josiah Wilkinson

Representing The Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Phillies: #9 DeAndre Berry, #4 Cole Grahm, #2 Kaiden Porter, #5 Quinten Terry

Head Coach: Doug Terry, Coach Of The Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Phillies. Assistants: Wes Collicot And Troy Werkmeister, Coaches Of The Sports Shoppe Cubs, And John Berry, Coach Of The Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Phillies

The American Team Roster:
Representing The Royals: #9 Canyon Hosick, #4 Landon Kmoch, #8 Keegan Reece, #2 Ashton Parker-Johnson
Representing The High Plains Podiatry Orioles: #8 Grant Cappel, #2 Jackson Develloet, #10 Zach Hinze, #1 Nathaniel Miller
Representing The H&H Installation Braves: #2 Brett Fraker, #8 David Beasley
Head Coach: Devlin Reece, Coach Of The Royals. Assistants: Michael Hinson, Coach Of The H&H Installation Braves, Rob Hinze, Coach Of The High Plains Podiatry Orioles, And Colton Hosick, Coach Of The Royals.


The National League Defeated By The American League In All Star Game

Tuesday's All Star Game was played by players from the five Majors teams: Royals, Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Phillies, H&H Installation Braves, Sports Shoppe Cubs, and High Plains Podiatry Orioles. Players were voted to play by their teammates, and were placed on either the National League or the American League.

The National League took an early lead in the first inning. The National League scored one run when Cole Grahm singled. After the American league scored two runs in the top of the sixth, the National League answered with two of their own. The American League scored when Keegan Reece homered on a 1-0 count, scoring two runs. The National League then answered when DeAndre Berry singled on a 1-0 count, scoring two runs. The American League took the lead for good with two runs in the third inning. In the third Zach Hinze singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run and Nathanial Miller singled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.  Brett Fraker toed the rubber for the American League. He allowed two hits and two runs over one inning, walking one. Kaiden Porter led things off on the pitcher's mound for the National League. He went one inning, allowing one run on zero hits and striking out two. Mitchel Cole, DeAndre Berry, Grahm, Kollin Werkmeister, Ethan Schmidt, Porter, and Quentin Terry all had one hit to lead the National Majors. Terry led the National League with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with eight stolen bases. The American League tallied eight hits in the game. Hinze and Canyon Hosick all managed multiple hits for the American League.


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