Going into the season, Hastings College men’s soccer head coach Chris Kranjc knew his team would have a grueling non-conference schedule.
Hastings College forward Taylor Geis positioned herself in front of Kansas Wesleyan’s net. She turned and saw a pass coming from teammate Megan Kruse’s foot. What happened next was all too predictable.
GERING — A couple first-half scores and some key defensive stops were the ingredients Hastings High used to whip up the first victory for new head coach Charlie Shoemaker.
RAVENNA — Going into its season opener against Ravenna, the St. Cecilia football team knew little about its opponent, who was entering its first game under new head coach Dan Bolling.
GRAND ISLAND — Grand Island Northwest riddled Adams Central with its passing game. And the Patriots couldn’t find enough answers for it Friday.
Let’s get this column finished first, before I check to see how the stock market ended this week. I need to know whether I should start making plans for selling pencils on the street corner.
As we observe this presidential election season, the candidates (some of whom are nothing more than some sort of side-show act) are starving for attention.
In my hand was the latest copy of a home decorating magazine. I was standing in our bedroom feeling depressed.
Well, son, that was easy enough. Your mom and I got you off to school this week just pretty much as we planned. Of course, we were going to walk with you into the building. We wanted to see what the kids in your class looked like. We wanted to see what the other teachers were like.
When the first announcement came out that Kool-Aid Days would be moved to Central Community College-Hastings, I heard a lot of grumbling in the community.