Thursday may have been Valentine’s Day, but Broken Bow made sure it wasn’t Valentine’s day. The Class C No. 2 Indians won all eight first-round matches and followed that with six quarterfinal victories to take a first-day lead.
Broken Bow got on a roll in the Class C duals. And there was nothing David City Aquinas could do to stop it.
The sixth-ranked Indians took care of their semifinal business as MaNaPe Cleveland scored 27 points and D'Von LaPointe added 25 in a 69-55 win over Broken Bow.
Boone Central had the last shots, but Broken Bow had the final word.
The World-Herald's Stu Pospisil put together capsules previewing the upcoming boys state basketball tournament.
Boone Central/Newman Grove has been the thorn in Broken Bow’s side this season.
KEARNEY — Seeing a 21-point lead trimmed down to three heading into the final match, Broken Bow needed Treyvon Brooks to deliver in some way.
A powerhouse running game and some good luck on defense proved to be what Broken Bow needed to pick up its first victory of the season.
The Broken Bow girls golf team had to contain itself a little as they were handed the runner-up hardware at Thursday’s Grand Island Central Catholic Invitational at Indianhead Golf Club.
BROKEN BOW — Dylan Reynolds set personal bests on his first two attempts in the long jump.
Clayton Glendy ended a very long drought for Broken Bow. It had been 47 years, to be exact, since the Indians had a state wrestling champion.
The top two rated wrestlers at Class C 120 pounds started the season against each other. Now they'll end it against one another.
Eight days ago Broken Bow (15-4) lost to previously undefeated Gothenburg (18-1), Class C1’s No. 3 ranked team, by 13.
Taylor Beck made sure that Central City made a lot of plays to earn its first playoff win since 1989. The Bison senior had two interceptions that set up touchdowns — both of which he would score — and had two sacks. He even threw for a touchdown pass in helping Class C-1 No. 9 Central City grab a 30-7 win over Broken Bow on a cold and rainy Friday night.
For most of the night — all but four plays, to be exact — Grand Island Central Catholic more than held its own against Broken Bow. But those plays made all the difference in the world.
The Broken Bow football team recovered after a slow start against St. Paul on Friday night.