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Potter-Dix volleyball splits at Mitchell

MITCHELL - Despite stepping up three classes, the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes proved they were every bit the equal of their opponents at a Mitchell Triangular Thursday night. The Lady Coyotes first...

 

Fall Sports: Coyotes return 'core,' eye second straight playoff berth

After a solid 2014 season, which ended with a playoff berth, the Coyotes again hope to find the right touch despite the loss of several key players. "I think we have a good core of kids coming back...

 

Fall Sports: Experience big for Lady Coyotes in 2015 season

Though the Potter-Dix volleyball team enters this season going from Class D1 to D2, not much else will look different to Lady Coyotes' fans. After going 17-13 over the last campaign and winning the...

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 28, 2015

Potter-Dix boys 4x800 wins state title

OMAHA, Neb. – About a year ago, somewhere along the road between Omaha and Potter, four recently adorned NSAA track and field medalists began to dream of greater achievement. They didn't so much...

 

Sutherland ends Lady Coyotes' season in subdistricts

OGALLALA – Though the Potter-Dix High Lady Coyotes made a furious comeback attempt in the fourth quarter of their D1-12 semifinal game at the Auditorium in Ogallala last Tuesday night, their season...

 

Lady Wildcats' season ends with loss to Leyton

SIDNEY – For the top-seeded Leyton Lady Warriors, it was mission accomplished in their first postseason game of 2015. The Warriors (10-11) found little resistance in their 40-21 win over the No. 4...

 

Coyotes drop 61-57 decision to visiting Peetz

POTTER – Though it may not have ended as smoothly as they would have liked, the Peetz High Bulldogs' withstood a tenacious late-comeback attempt by the Potter-Dix Coyotes to edge their cross-state...

 

Peetz upends homestanding Potter-Dix

POTTER – When Jodi Schumacher of Peetz High School nailed a 3-pointer late in the final quarter last Tuesday night, a big smile suddenly overwhelmed her face. Though Schumacher didn't have her best...

 

Coyotes fall at home to Pine Bluffs

POTTER – With a talented sophomore center getting much of the attention for the Pine Bluffs High boys' basketball squad, the Potter-Dix Coyotes found out the Hornets are more than a team with just...

 

Lady Coyotes fall to Pine Bluffs, top Minatare

POTTER – After a busy week that culminated in a MAC championship last Saturday, the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes just might be dog tired. Despite their busy schedule of late, the Lady Coyotes found...

 

Coyotes fall to Warriors in third place game

Though the top prize had already escaped their grasps, the Leyton Warriors and Potter-Dix Coyotes still had a long-standing rivalry to settle. Though the Warriors couldn’t defend their MAC title of a year ago, they took the upper hand in their...

 

Potter-Dix struggles in Garden County encounter

The Coyotes could not stop, could not contain Garden County running back Tristen Jackson Friday night. He carried for 203 yards and two touchdowns, leading a backfield that rushed for more than 300 yards against the usually stingy Potter-Dix...

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    August 1, 2013

Potter, Kimball baseball players contribute to State Championship baseball run

There are 144 American Legion senior teams in Nebraska and Sidney found itself among the final few in its chase for a state championship. This perspective notwithstanding, Post 17’s season came to h... Full story

 

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