McCook- The Nebraska Schools Activities Association has released it's FOOTBALL PLAYOFF BRACKETS... Hometown Family Radio intends to cover As Many of our Area teams as possible (depends on location/kickoff time) on 1 of our 3 radio stations in McCook. Watch here for broadcast details on Game Times on Monday..
The McCook Lady Bison softball team is in the middle of the toughest week of their season as they get ready for their second double dual of the week. The ladies lost a pair of games last Monday to a couple of ranked opponents in Beatrice and Norris and
Head football coach Jeff Gross is looking to reload this years team after graduating a very good crop of seniors from last season. The strengths for this years team should be on the offensive and defensive lines and if coach Gross can plug a few holes the Bison should be
Second year coach Ashley Schutte is ready to lead her lady Bison volleyball team into 2013. The lady Bison graduated several members from last years team and coach Schutte will have some holes to fill but she is confident in the senior leaders she has on the squad.
The Cambridge Trojans are coming off a 3-5 season that was well below their expectations last year. Head coach Josh Graves is optimistic this season as he has several good senior leaders returning, the Trojans will rely on some young players for key contributions if they are to be successful,
Head Bison softball coach Jason Cochran has a solid team returning and a good number of girls to chose from to fill his squad this year. Coach Cochran also has several good arms to count on in the circle.
To hear a full interview with Coach Cochran click HERE.
The Bison boys tennis team is rebuilding this season as they lost several good senior players from last year. Head coach Matt Weimers is confident that they will have some younger kids step up and fill roles on the team.
To hear a full interview with coach Weimers click
New MCC Womens Basketball coach Jon Frohlich is done recruiting and ready to get the season started. Coach Frohlich takes over a team that won 25 games last season but graduated many of the key parts of that team. After a good summer recruiting Frohlich is ready to tackle the
Kansas biggest rodeo kicks-off on Thursday in Phillipsburg. This year they are excited to have the 2012 PRCA clown of the year Justin Rumsford providing the entertainment during the event.
To hear an interview with Justin click HERE.
On Wednesday July 10th Jeff Culhane and the sports nightly crew will be in Mccook to broadcast from the Coppermill restuarant. The public is invited come out and enjoy the show live and take part in the debate and ask questions of the host and guests.
To hear a