Dundy County-Stratton hosted their golf invite on Tuesday and Mother Nature was more than cooperative. Caleb Moyer from Cambridge and the Cambridge team finished in first.
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The Dundy County-Stratton girls used 2 meet records to help propell them to a win at their own track meet.
To see full results from the girls meet click HERE.
McCook standout pole vaulter Abi Mohr has inked a letter of intent to Doane College for next fall. Abi will join fellow lady Bison alum Maddie Elder next season for the lady Tigers where she will primarily focus on pole vault but would not rule out a running event if
McCook high school standout track thrower Maddie Elder has signed her letter of intent to Doane College for next fall. Maddie will compete in the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Doane Tigers next year where she will be a thrower on the track team.
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McCook Bison standout fullback Kolton Stone signed his letter of intent to Concordia on Wednesday. Kolton is the first Bison football player to sign this year and is another in a long list of Bison players to continue on with college football.
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McCook Bison track standout has signed her letter of intent to run track and cross country for Oklahoma State University next year. Sughroue has been a cross country and track standout for the Bison the past 2 years. Molly finished 6th at the Class B girls state cross country meet
The Cambridge wrestling team is heading into this season very young with 10 freshman and sophmores on the squad. Head coach Les Painter has been building a solid program over the years and is starting to see the hard work pay off.
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