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All four area schools will be represented in next week’s state tournament as 14 wrestlers from the area qualified after finishing in the top four in district action on Saturday. At Fort Calhoun, Wayne High finished fourth and qualified five wrestlers, led by district champions Juan Vergara (132)...
The Wayne State women’s basketball team had no problems in their win over Southwest Minnesota State Friday at Rice Auditorium, while the Wildcat men went down to defeat at the hands of the visiting Mustangs. In women’s action, senior center Paige Ballinger recorded a double-double and Wayne State...
The Wayne High girls pulled away late for a 66-52 win over Arlington Friday, while the boys had to wait for the final gun before claiming a 40-37 win over the Eagles in action at Wayne High School. In the girls game, the Blue Devils rode the scoring of guards Kylie Hammer and Frankie Klausen to the...
Fourteen area wrestlers are one win away from state after the first day of district wrestling action. In the B-3 district at Fort Calhoun, Wayne has six wrestlers who will compete in the semifinals on Saturday, needing only one win to secure a spot in the state tournament. Blue Devil semifinalists...
Boys ResultsWisner-Pilger 38, LCC 30Osmond 52, WInside 40Bloomfield 54, Allen 52 Girls ResultsWisner-Pilger 73, LCC 53Osmond 56, Winside 28Bloomfield 47, Allen 38 
Subdistrict girls basketball tournament play begins Monday, and area teams have been seeded for their respective tournaments. Wayne is the top seed in the C1-5 subdistrict and will face either Norfolk Catholic or Madison on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Norfolk High School. The winner of that game will face...
Wayne State College football coach Dan McLaughlin and his staff announced the signing of 27 high school student-athletes to the Wildcat football program on the first day of the 2018 signing period. The incoming class includes 13 athletes from Nebraska, four each from Iowa and Missouri, two from...
Wayne State College women’s soccer coach Joe Cleary announced the signings of eight student-athletes to national letters of intent to join the Wildcat soccer program for the 2018-19 school year. The list includes Alyssa Bagley of Papillion; Madison Kemp of Brighton, Colo.; Emily Kilby from Rogers,...
Boys ResultsWinside 51, Allen 27Winnebago 74, Wakefield 57 Girls ResultsAllen 21, Winside 16Winnebago 74, Wakefield 39
Wayne High alum Grant Anderson had a career day for the Nebraska track and field team during the Frank Sevigne Invitational at the Devaney Sports Center. The 2013 Wayne High standout cleared 7 feet, 3 inches, to claim first-place honors in the high jump on Saturday, setting a new personal best and...

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