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Cabela's reports 6 percent decline in second-quarter profit

Cabela’s Incorporated (NYSE:CAB) Thursday reported financial results for it second 2016 fiscal quarter. Cabela’s Inc. reported a 6 percent decline in its second-quarter profit Thursday, but didn’t offer any new clues about its long-term...

 

Sun-Telegraph updates its appearance

After years of Old English Times Roman type it was time to update the Sun-Telegraph appearance. As a newspaper, Sun-Telegraph must be relevant to our readers, our advertisers and engage the generations of the 21st century. As a member of the...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 18, 2016

7 from Peetz named to all-conference teams

Seven Peetz basketball players were named to the North Central League All-Conference team. For the Lady Bulldogs, Jodie Schumacher was named to the all-conference team while Cami Thompson and Mikenna Curlee were named honorable mention. Schumacher le...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 17, 2016

All-MAC basketball teams announced

Five from local teams were named first-team All-Minuteman Activities Conference in boys or girls basketball. For the girls, Alexus Rozelle and Audrey Juelfs of Potter-Dix and Jessie Straber of Creek Valley were named to the All-MAC first teams....

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 16, 2016

Bulldogs fall 17-7 in opener

Peetz jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the top of the first inning, but it was mostly Merino after that as the Rams came back for a 17-7 win over the Bulldogs on Tuesday in the season opener for both...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 15, 2016

Arellano, Robb win at AAU state

Three Sidney wrestlers competed at the AAU state meet last weekend in Kearney, and two of them earned berths to the AAU Disney duals this summer. Trey Arellano and Derek Robb won their respective...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 14, 2016

Sendoff for club wrestling team set for Friday morning

DENVER (AP) — The University of Denver has hired Rodney Billups as its basketball coach. He spent the last six seasons on the Colorado coaching staff. He succeeds Joe Scott, who was fired after a 16-15 record in the last of his nine seasons at...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 11, 2016

Heartbreak in Lincoln: Raiders fall in double OT

Sidney never quit Thursday night against Aurora. The Raiders battled back time after time in double overtime, but ultimately fell 77-74 to the Huskies in the first round of the state tournament in...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 8, 2016

30 club wrestlers qualify for state

Thirty from the Sidney wrestling club are headed to state. The club had 30 wrestlers qualify at the Nebraska USA District 1 State Qualifier last Saturday. The state tournament will be held March 18-19 in Grand Island. Those who qualified for state...

 

Leyton wins MAC speech title

Leyton High School won the Minuteman Activities Conference speech meet last week, besting eight competitors for the win. Among other local schools, Potter-Dix finished second and Creek Valley took...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    March 1, 2016

Last-second shots lifts Sidney past Alliance

It was Tyler Wintholz to Cutter O'Connell for the win Monday night. O'Connell hit the game-winner with about a second left after receiving the pass off a Wintholz drive to lift Sidney to a 54-53...

 

Warriors, Coyotes fall in subdistrict finals

The 2015-16 basketball season ended for both the Potter-Dix and Leyton boys on Thursday night. Leyton fell to Dundy County-Stratton, while Potter-Dix's season came to a close with a loss to Garden...

 

Bulldogs fall in district tournament

Front Range Baptist built a lead in the first three quarters and held off Peetz for a 41-38 win on Wednesday night in the District 4 boys basketball tournament in Sterling, Colo. Front Range Baptist improved to 13-6 with the win and advanced to...

 

Local teams advance to APA championship

Several local pool players were recently recognized for winning the fall session of the American Poolplayers Association (APA) 8-Ball and 9-Ball pool leagues. Winning the Tuesday 8-Ball title was...

 

Warriors, Coyotes advance in subdistricts

Leyton took the first quarter lead and held off Creek Valley for a 44-35 win in the D1-12 boys basketball subdistrict semifinals on Tuesday night in Bridgeport. The Warriors (10-8) advance to...

 

District tourney begins Thursday for Sidney girls, Monday for boys

The District B6 tournament gets underway for Sidney on Thursday night when the Lady Raiders face the winner of tonight's Scottsbluff/Gering battle. Top-seeded Sidney will take on the winner of that...

 

Weekend basketball roundup

STAFF REPORT Sidney The Sidney Red Raiders lost to Alliance, on the road, Friday, 53-45. Sidney’s record is now 21-3. The Lady Red Raiders were also in action in Alliance Friday. Sidney won the game 45-43. The ladies record improves to 17-6 on the...

 

Vowers advances in consolation round at state

Sidney wrestlers had just a pair of bouts Friday morning at the Nebraska state championships in Omaha. In the 113 weight class, Kaden Vowers kept alive with a 4-1 win by decision over Trevor Holley...

 

Lady Coyotes top South Platte, advance to district finals

Potter-Dix kept its playoff run alive on Thursday with a 51-37 win over South Platte in the finals of the D2-11 subdistrict playoffs in Gering. The Lady Coyotes (18-2) now advance to face Hyannis on...

 

Arellano, Robb advance to semifinals at state

A pair of Sidney wrestlers are headed to the semifinals of the Class B Nebraska state wrestling tournament in Omaha. Trey Arellano (106) and Derek Robb (152) advanced to the semifinals of the state to...

 

Basketball roundup: Lady Coyotes advance

The Potter-Dix girls basketball team kept alive in the playoffs with a win on Tuesday night, while the season ended for both Leyton and Creek Valley. Potter-Dix 61, Garden County 26 Potter-Dix jumped...

 

Potter-Dix sweeps Banner County

Potter-Dix won a pair of games on Friday against Banner County. Girls basketball Potter-Dix 67, Banner County 21 Potter-Dix wrapped up its regular season last Friday with a 67-21 win at Banner County....

 

Raiders fall to hot-shooting Bluehawks

Hastings St. Cecilia took control in the first half and handed Sidney its second loss of the season on Saturday in the Heartland Hoops Classic in Grand Island. The Bluehawks (17-4) outscored the Raiders (21-2) by a 33-20 clip in the first half,...

 

Basketball roundup: Creek Valley sweeps pair from South Platte

The Creek Valley boys and girls each picked up wins over South Platte last Friday. Leyton dropped a pair of games to visiting Sedgwick County, Colo., while the Peetz girls fell to Caliche. Boys...

 

Leyton tops Garden County

Leyton fell behind early but dominated the final three quarters in a 45-24 home win over Garden County in girls basketball action Thursday night. The Lady Eagles (2-15) took an 11-8 early lead, but...

 

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