Jordan Greenwood was the only golfer to break par Tuesday as he led Kimball to a boys golf district title. The Longhorn junior posted a 3-under-par 70 on the Pines Course at The Prairie Club southwest of Valentine for his eighth win this season.

The Mitchell and Kimball girls basketball teams faced off in the semifinals of the Class C-1, Sub-district 12 Tournament on Tuesday night in Alliance. While the game was close throughout, the Tigers’ ability to consistently land shots led them to a 59-47 win.

Bolstered by an exceptional showing of patience and control, especially in the second half, the Mitchell boys basketball team registered a 50-38 win over Kimball in the first round of the Western Trails Conference Tournament on Thursday night in Kimball.

Over the course of the past week, the Kimball girls basketball team has enjoyed the kind of success some squads must wait a whole season for. In the span of just four days, the Longhorns managed to knock off a pair of state-rated opponents while making school history in the process.

A fast start powered the Kimball girls basketball team to a 63-21 rout of Perkins County in the first round of the South Platte Valley Association Tournament on Monday night in Kimball.

The Mitchell girls and Kimball boys basketball teams recorded wins on Friday night at Mitchell High School. The girls’ game came down to the final seconds as Mitchell escaped with a 44-42 win. Kimball picked up a 70-55 win in the boys’ game.

Kimball’s Jordan Greenwood blistered the Heritage Hills Golf Course in McCook, firing a 74 to capture the Class C, District 5 golf championship, earning him a spot in next week’s state tournament in Lincoln.

Just a day after winning one conference title, Kimball sophomore Jordan Greenwood collected another as the individual champion of the Western Trails Conference Golf Tournament on Saturday at Legend Buttes Golf Course in Crawford.

Hemingford never stopped believing. In the end, the No. 8 (Omaha World Herald) Hemingford Bobcats outscored Kimball 28-3 in the fourth period to escape with a 49-43 win in the Class C2, Sub-District 12 championship game at Gering High Thursday Night.

The Kimball football team earned its biggest win of the season – and maybe the biggest win in the last two or three years – on Friday night, scoring a touchdown in the final 10 seconds to rally past Hershey 24-21.

Henry Heeg has never been one to concern himself too much with the pressures of trying to win golf tournaments. Instead the Kimball High School senior came to the realization that if he plays his best, good things will happen.