Jock Talk: Wrestlers, Coach Bohac, Breckyn Kiefer All Impress
March 12, 2020
The NEUSA District 1 Wrestling Tournament was held this past weekend in Scottsbluff and the Kimball Wrestling Club had several wrestlers do very well.
In the PreK-K division at 32-36 pounds, Decker Culek won both of his matches with pin times of :08 and :36 seconds for 1st place, scoring 9 team points.
In the PreK-K 37-40 pound weight class, Brayson Atkins also placed 1st, scoring 24 team points winning all 3 of his matches with 2 pins and 1 decision.
In the PreK-K 38-42 weight class, Shayson Howington’s place was unknown with his record of 0-2. In the PreK-K 51-56 pound class, Chance Johnson placed 3rd and scored 16 team points. He was 3-1 on the day with 2 pins and 1 decision along with his loss by fall.
In the 1st-2nd grade 56 pound weight class, Jace Reichs place was unknown with a 0-2 record. In the 1st-2nd grade 59 pound class Christian Soto-Young was 1st and scored 28 team points going 4-0 with a bye and 3 wins by fall.
Trajan Johnson in the same class as Soto-Young finished 2nd, scoring 20 team points with 2 wins and a lone loss to Soto-Young.
In the 1st-2nd grade 70 pound class, Kasyn Snyder was 1st, scoring 20 team points going 3-0 for the tournament.
In the 3rd-4th grade 55 pound class, Britton Culek was 1st, scoring 19 team points winning his 3 matches.
Congrats going out to our Adam Bohac for coaching his Southern Nazarene University Men’s Basketball Team into the NCAA Division II Central Region Tournament for the 3rd straight year. Watch for the bracketing that starts March 14, and you can probably bring it up some way on your TV.
It is Golf Time! The Four Winds Golf Course is to open tomorrow ... FRIDAY ... March 13th! Don’t let the weatherman see this announcement.
Pat O’Brien has asked me to remind all you men who might be interested in playing in the Four Winds Men’s Monday-Tuesday League to give him a call at 235-5009, or sign up with Chad at the Pro Shop.
In the world of gymnastics, Kimball’s Breckyn Kiefer is making headlines once again. The talented 9 year old was in competition this past weekend at a large meet in Monument, Colorado, and brought home more awards to add to her trophy room.
Breckyn finished in second place in both the tramp and floor and was the champion, taking first place in the double mini!
Breckyn has a couple of meets coming up that are closer to home as she is at the Gering meet this coming Saturday at the Carpenter Center, and then on March 28 the Nebraska State meet is being held at the Cougar Palace in Scottsbluff. After that it’s off to meets all over the country.
Congrats, Breckyn, and speaking for all your local fans, we wish you the best!