The David City and Valentine coaches have already gotten a taste of how tough it will be to win the Class C wrestling tournament. After meeting each other in the Valentine tournament in December, they went head-to-head Feb. 6 at the Devaney Center. They’ll head to the real deal this week in Omaha after both won their districts. Each team is sending 10 qualifiers to state.

Both the Lutheran High Northeast and David City girls basketball team came into Friday's game at the Clayton and Vivian Andrews Activity Center in search of some much-needed momentum, considering neither team had entered the win column yet.

Top-ranked Norfolk Catholic capitalized on David City’s turnovers – including a blocked punt – to shut down the Scouts 42-12 Friday at Memorial Field in David City.

 Following a disappointing fifth-place team finish in the Class C individual state tournament at Omaha, David City’s wrestlers might have been expecting — or at least hoping for — a little rest and relaxation. Not a chance.

Just like Omaha, the David City wrestling team’s motto could be “We don’t coast.” The aggressive Scouts are never content to earn a decision — they go for the jugular. That’s how David City set the Class C state record for pins last season with 299.

The Heartland boys played to their No. 1 seed in the Southern Nebraska Conference Tournament Thursday night on their home maples. The Huskies upended David City's Scouts, seeded ninth in the tourney, 63-49.

The 46th edition of the High Plains/Clarks Wrestling Invite is in the books after two days of action this past weekend at Central Community College north of Columbus.

The Polk County Slammers were one hit away from possibly sweeping the triangular field at David City on Thursday night, but they came up a little bit short.