Korrell Koehlmoos made quite a debut in his first football game with the Norfolk Lutheran Eagles.
The 3-ball just wouldn’t fall for the Cougars when they needed it the most and the Twin River Titans improved to 17-7 with the 51-49 win over Cross County in the semifinals of the C2-8 subdistrict at York High School.
Cross County/Osceola will take six wrestlers, along with three champions, to the state wrestling tournament in Omaha next week. David City captured its fifth consecutive district championship with 175 points.
Cross County/Osceola’s Garrett Davidson and Hunter Miller walked into the Grand Island Central Catholic gym undefeated and walked out still undefeated.
It was close at times down the stretch, but Cross County did enough to claim the Crossroads Conference title Friday at the York Auditorium.
It was business as usual for Garrett Davidson and Hunter Miller during the Cross County Bob Orsborne Classic on Saturday.
Lutheran High Northeast used its speed to lead Cross County 13-0 after its first two possessions of the season. But the Cougars and their muscle took it from there, scoring the game's final five touchdowns in grounding the Eagles 35-13 Friday at Veterans Memorial Park.
The Cross County Cougars boys basketball team got double-figure scoring from three of its players along the way to a 47-32 home-court victory over the Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves Friday night in Stromsburg.
After the Cougars came all the way back from a halftime deficit of 29-19, High Plains held off Cross County’s come-back attempt just enough to escape with a 45-43 win.
The Cross County Cougars came out of the gates on fire Thursday night, particularly from 3-point range.
The Cross County Cougars opened the 2015 season scoring two times in less than five minutes following the opening kickoff and never looked back.
The 2015 track and field season kicked off for the Cross County Cougars on Friday as they competed in the Doane Indoor Track and Field Meet for Class C teams.
While playing eight-man football at Cross County High School, Turner Bowman ran and threw the football. As he heads to Doane College next fall, Turner will be on the other end of that process as he turns in his quarterback tag and looks to play slot receiver for head coach Matt Franzen and the Tigers.
YORK – The Cross County Cougars knocked off the No. 4 seed on Monday night, but could not get past the No. 1 seed Nebraska Christian Eagles on Tuesday night at York High School.
EXETER – A 29-10 second half scoring run by the Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves on Friday night secured their 53-25 win over the Cross County Cougars in girls CRC regular season action.
EXETER- Over the past several games the Cross County Cougars have been on fire from behind the 3-point arc.
From the first time the York News-Times released the All-Area Top 10 for wrestling until now, the name at the top never changed.
About mid-season the Cross County Cougar boys’ basketball season went into a nose dive losing six straight games.
The East Butler Tigers climbed one game above the .500 mark Tuesday night with a 49-40 win at Cross County in girls non-conference action. East Butler took a 15-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, never looked back.
The Cross County Cougars placed four players in double figures as they blasted the Palmer Tigers in boys non-conference action Tuesday night, 65-14.
The end of the regular season in high school wrestling is quickly approaching with the last regular season tournaments of the year taking place this past weekend.
The first day of action at the CRC boys basketball tournament had a blowout and an OT thriller, but when all was said and done the higher seeds advanced.
The closest game on Saturday in opening round action at the Crossroads Conference girls basketball tournament at the York City Auditorium was the Shelby-RC Huskies by 17 over the Cross County Cougars.
The Cougars of Cross County hung an overtime loss on previously 10-2 Twin River ... and did it on the road to boot.
The Twin River Titan girls got all they wanted from the Cougars of Cross County in the first period, but by the final horn Thursday night at Genoa the board showed a 16-point win for the home team, 43-27.
Forty-six points from three Huskies helped carry Heartland to a 13-point home victory Saturday night over the Cross County Cougars.