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 By Dakota Kuhns    Sports    December 13, 2018 

Potter-Dix Boys & Girls fall two nights

Potter-Dix Coyotes fall to Creek Valley and Paxton. The Coyotes faced the Storm last Friday Dec. 7, and fell 41-63. The following day Potter-Dix fell to Paxton 74-7, being out scored in the first period 27-3, 33-0 in the second quarter. Heading into...

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    Sports    December 13, 2018 

Potter-Dix falls to Creek Valley and Paxton

Potter-Dix ladies fall to 0-4 on the season with the first two losses coming opening weekend against Dundy County and Morrill. Lady Coyotes lost to Dundy Co. 62-8 and Morrill 59-15. Potter-Dix looked to get a win over the Creek Valley Storm last...

 
 By Tom Southard    Sports    December 13, 2018 

Local Basketball in swing before break

A double-win weekend for the Kimball girls as they ran their season record to 3-1. On Friday night at home the Lady Longhorns won over Perkins County 65-29 and on Saturday at Morrill they came out on... Full story

 
 By Dakota Kuhns    Sports    December 13, 2018 

Pro PBA bowler comes to Kimball

Kim Bowl hosted USB Certified Gold Pro Am Coach Mike Diaz of Lafayette, Colo., Friday Nov. 30 and Saturday, Dec. 1. Diaz, a two time titlist on the PBA50 Tour was originally scheduled to make his... Full story

 

Kimball Wrestlers stay busy

The Kimball high Wrestling Team has been staying busy and now have 3 events under their belts.They opened the season at Bayard in dual action and had a pair of wins from the Cluff brothers as Bayard won the match 36-9.Jordan Cluff won by pin at at 12...

 
 By Tom Southard    Sports    December 13, 2018 

Kimball Boys lose to Perkins Co.... Win at Morrill

A loss and a win over the weekend leaves the Kimball High boys with a record of 2 and 2 in the early part of their basketball season, but things should be looking up for the Horns. On Friday night on...

 

Lady Horns finish Runner up at home

The Kimball High girl's opened the basketball season with a 44-20 win over Morrill in the Kimball Tournament held this past weekend, but suffered a 69-42 loss to Dundy County-Stratton in the...

 

Kimball Boys third at Kimball Tournament

A disappointing opening weekend for the Kimball High boy's as they opened the 2018-19 basketball season hosting their own 4 school tournament.With several members of their varsity team sitting in the...

 

Kimball Junior High places several wrestlers in top spots at Perkins Co.

Young wrestlers from Kimball earned top billing at the Perkins County Junior High meet on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Three Longhorns took first place with four in second place and two earning third. Kimball's...

 

Firearm season is complete

According to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioner, preliminary deer harvest in Nebraska is 5 percent behind last year’s pace. From Sept. 1 through Nov. 26, there were 47,532 deer checked,...

 

Jock Talk

The week all area sports fans have been waiting for has arrived. It’s the tip off of the High School Winter Sports Season! The Kimball High wrestlers open it up today (Thursday) in a dual at Bayard with mat time at 6 p.m. The girls and boys...

 

Area Junior High wrestlers compete well

Junior high mat men from the Panhandle and eastern Wyoming competed in Morrill on Friday, Nov. 16, with three young Longhorns earning first place. Trey Schindler's placed first in the 126-138 weight...

 

Winter Sports action coming soon

Head Coach Chauncey Pedersen kicks off the start of another Kimball Basetball season with 20 girls out for the team for the 2018-19 season...

 

Junior High wrestlers perform well in Hemingford

Caleb Schaeffer led the young Longhorns on the mats last Thursday, Nov. 8, in Hemingford with a first place win and 20 team points on the board. Schaeffer pinned Colter Gerard of Edgemont Jr. High in round one in just 42 seconds and followed up with...

 
 By Amy Rozelle    Sports    November 8, 2018

Kimball Lady Longhorn season comes to an end

The Lady Longhorns wrapped their season up last Tuesday, Oct. 29, with a loss in sub-districts to the Lady Tigers of Bayard with a final record of 11 wins and 18 losses. The season seemed to be a... Full story

 

Kimball hosts young wrestlers, boasts multiple first place finishes

Junior High wrestlers from Banner County, Bayard, Burns/Pine Bluffs, Garden County, Gering, Lingle, Minatare, Mitchell and Morrill all descended onto the Kimball mats on Saturday, Nov. 3 for the 2018 Kimball Junior High Invitational. Mitchell matmen... Full story

 

Lady Coyotes fall to Garden County in sub-district play

The Lady Coyotes’ season came to an end Monday, Oct. 29, in Sidney against the eventual Sub-District Champions, the Garden County Eagles, but came up short and lost in three sets 23-25, 20-25, 21-25 to finish the 2018 season with a 9-19 record....

 

Banner County opens junior high wrestling season with regional invitational

Banner County hosted area schools, including Bayard, Bridgeport, Burns/Pine, Crawford, Garden County, Hay Springs, Hemingford, Kimball, Leyton, Lingle-Ft. Laramie, Minatare, Morrill and Southeast...

 

Lady Coyotes 9-19 season ends with three tough losses

Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes add three more losses to their record, since last Tuesday night. Facing off with Hyannis at home the Lady Coyotes fell in three sets. CC George led the kills category with 10 followed by Kelsey Hoffman with four Erica Bogert...

 

Jock Talk

The Fall Sports season is over for the Kimball High athletes as the Kimball Lady Longhorn volleyball team lost to Bayard in 5 sets Monday night in sub-district tournament play. The Lady Horns made a strong run at Bayard before losing with scores of...

 

Malson acheives both freshman goals

Kimball freshman Chantel Malson just likes to run. "I used to run on the track when I was younger and I really liked it," she said. She recently completed her first year of high school cross country...

 

Kimball runners return from state with pleased coaches

Coaches Tiffany Johnson and Laurie Janicek said they had an overall great year with the Longhorn Cross Country team. "We are super proud of how our runners performed all season long. Our runners conti...

 
 By Amy Rozelle    Sports    October 25, 2018

Two wins come at WTCTournament for Lady Horns

Volleyball season is getting down to the nitty gritty. The Lady Longhorns just got done with both of their conference tournaments coming out with three wins and three losses, along with a non tournament game losing to Perkins County. In the SPVA...

 

A rebound year for Kimball Girl's Golf

It was a new year with a new look for Kimball High Girl’s Golf. Luke Maas took over the program and the former Potter-Dix golfer came in with enthusiasm and recruited a total of 7 girls to the program, and the program took an upswing. Of the 7...

 

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