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The golf season is winding down but there is still one big event left for the members of the Kimball Four Winds Men and Thursday Night Men’s Leagues and it will take place this Sunday at 1 p.m., at the Four Winds Golf Course. All members of both...

 

Kimball Cross Country earned best times at Alliance

Kimball Cross Country got some good things done in Alliance this past Saturday, Sept. 16. A beautiful day, perfect temperature, not to hot not to cold. Nearing the end of the season with only five mee...

 

Lady Horns split triangular at Hemingford

Lady Longhorn Volleyball had a Triangle Tournament in Hemingord last Tuesday, Sept. 12. Kimball. faced off in two games, one with Hemingford and the second with Gordon. First game with Hemingford...

 

Junior High program suffers lack of numbers

Kimball has very limited athletes this year for Jr. high football, when we are all ready to go we have 20 kids out. We got all the boys out in the jr. high with the exception of 7 or 8. Just not a lot of boys in these 7th and 8th grade classes. This...

 

Tough competition brought out girls golf best

Kimball girls golf was at it again last Tuesday, Sept. 12, at the Gering tournament. Unlike some of the tournaments the girls have been to so far this year, Gering had a good tournament of bigger schools. This came with very good competition....

 

Rough night for Kimball football program

Kimball Football had a rough night last Friday, Sept. 16, in Imperial when the Longhorns took to the field to look for their first win against a tough team in Chase County. The Kimball Longhorns were already down one quarterback, Izaac Reuter, with...

 

Lady Coyotes hand Creek Valley their first loss 3-1

Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes matched up with undefeated Creek Valley this past Saturday, Sept. 16, in front of their home crowd for a conference game. Coach Brad Hicks is very pleased with how the girls are working together and making plays. After a littl...

 

Potter-Dix Coyotes fell to Sioux County 72-30

The Potter-Dix Coyotes lost this past Friday night’s game in Harrison with Sioux County with a final score of 72-30. The Coyotes, who are 1-3 on the season, will face conference rival the Minatare Indians who are 2-2 over-all on the season...

 

Jock Talk

High School sports in our Westen Nebraska smaller schools is becoming a numbers games. The numbers seem to be shrinkng. Banner County is finding it hard to field a team in six man football and has had to cancel games. Potter-Dix is struggling to put...

 

Kimball volleyball gets first win in busy week of play

Two triangulars and a tournament last week provided a lot of action and tough competition for the Kimball volleyball program. The Lady Horns split the first triangular with one loss and one win at Bri...

 

Horns first home game ends with loss

Friday night lights, had their first appearance at home this season when our Kimball Longhorns took to their own grid iron this past Friday, Sept. 8, to face-off with the Mitchell Tigers for a 50-14...

 

Girl's Golf plays best tourney to date to Mitchell

The Lady Longhorns headed to Mitchell last Thursday, Sept. 7, for a golf tournament. Coach Culek was able to take four girls to the tournament, three of the four girls ended with a personal best score. “I am so proud of the dedication and...

 

Lady Cats struggle to find elusive win

The Banner County Lady Wildcats faced both Hay Springs and Hemingford on Tuesday, Sept. 5, for matching 2-0 losses. These losses could have been easily avoided, according to coach Angie Hilbert, who...

 

Jock Talk

The 2017 version of the annual 2-person, Triple Play Golf Tournament is now in the books and was termed a success by Four Winds Pro Chad Wise. A total of 22 teams participated in the event that Chad initiated as a memorial to his father and this...

 

Lady Horns suffer 3-1 loss to Bridgeport

Kimball Lady Longhorns hosted their first volleyball match of the season this past Thursday night, Aug. 31, when Bridgeport came to town. Bridgeport won sets one and two, and were looking like they wo... Full story

 

Lady Cats split opening week

The Banner County Lady Wildcats opened their season at home on Friday, Aug.25, against the Cody-Kilgore Cowgirls. Sets began with the junior varsity teams facing off for a quick three sets that ended...

 

Moore finished top ten once again

With a couple very nice days this past week the Lady Longhorn Golfers got into action again but were able to play on their home course this time. Last Tuesday, August 29, the Four Winds hosted their share of high school girls golfers with schools...

 

Jock Talk

A turnout of 18 golfers participated in Sunday’s One-Person Scramble held at the Four Wind Golf Course, and Mitch Brown emerged the winner with his round of 53, using a 100% handicap system for all golfers. Dustin Bowron was runner-up with his...

 

Shawn Nagel still competing

Shawn Nagel, Kimball High's most illustrious wrestler of all time, who went onto wrestle for the University of Nebraska on scholarship, is still competing! The young man who now resides in Lincoln...

 

Coyotes show small steps of improvement

For Potter-Dix football players, the season is going to be measured in small improvements. "We're focusing on the little things," said Coyote Coach Dale Frerichs. "We're looking for improvement." Down...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    Sports    August 31, 2017

Kimball opens season with a 28-0 shut out

A neutral side matchup took place this past Thursday night when your Longhorns headed east to North Platte to take on Centura, the team out of Cairo. Kimball took to the gridiron as the home team in the matchup. A perfect evening for a night under th...

 

Moore leads Kimball to top three finish

The ladies golf program at Kimball High School opened their season on Aug. 22 at Sidney and senior Lila Moore led the team with a total of 133 for the course. Teammate Maddie Cook, a freshman newcomer...

 

New course proves tough for local runners

Running a new course caused a bit of trouble for the Kimball High School cross country team as they opened their season at the Riverview Golf Course in Scottsbluff on Thursday, Aug. 24. Though senior...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    Sports    August 31, 2017

Lady Horns prep for season with scrimmage

Last Friday the girls had a scrimmage to get things a little more in check for this season opener. “Like every other coach there were things about the scrimmage that I really liked and things that showed we need to work on.” Said Head Coach Jeri...

 

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