Riverside never relented in a dominating first half that led to a 70-27 win over Garden County in the first round of the Class D-2 state tournament Thursday at Lincoln Southeast High School.
What appeared to be an evenly matched showdown between unbeaten teams on paper, was anything but, as No. 7 Mullen dominated Garden County 58-6 on Friday.
For the second week in a row, the Telegraph Game of the Week pits two high-powered rushing teams against each other. This time it’s Class D2’s No. 3 rushing attack, Mullen (3-0), against No. 12, Garden County (3-0), in a 7:30 p.m. kick on Friday in Mullen.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Class D-2 is featured, with Nos. 5-10 today.
A 32-28 loss to Maxwell on a frigid November day in Oshkosh was all that kept the Garden County football team from reaching the semifinals of the Class D-2 state playoffs last season.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will be previewing the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Eight Man-2 is featured, with the Nos. 5 through 10 teams today.
Chellani Parriott scored a career-high 22 points Monday, and the Bayard girls basketball team posted a 70-25 win over Garden County in the first round of the MAC Tournament at Bayard High School.
The Bayard boys and girls used big defensive efforts in the third period to register wins over Garden County on Friday night at Bayard High School.
After impressively mowing through a regular-season schedule without a single loss, the Garden County football team was rewarded with a No. 2 seed in the western half of the Class D-2 playoff bracket.
As well as his team’s defense played in a Class D-2 first-round state playoff win over Mullen last week, Garden County football coach Jason Spady knows it will take an even better effort on that side of the ball if the Eagles want to advance any deeper in the postseason.
OSHKOSH — After having to rally in the final quarter for an eight-point win against Mullen just six weeks ago, the Garden County football team wasn’t about to look past the same Broncos squad in their first-round rematch of the Class D-2 state playoffs on Thursday night in Oshkosh.
When the 37th annual Sertoma 8-man All-Star Game kicks off this afternoon in Hastings, players from both the East and West squads will be looking to show off their individual skills one more time in a high school football game featuring many of the best 8-man senior players from across Nebraska.
Garden County’s Layne McCarthy won a pair of medals during the final day of the Class D state track and field meet on Saturday at Burke Stadium in Omaha.