Coomes, Hurlburt finish in top ten at Kimball Invite

By Scott Bidroski

The Mustang Girl’s Golf team made the long trip south to Kimball to participate in the Kimball Invitational on Tuesday, August 31.

Fresh off a strong showing at the WTC Tourney in Bayard, the team continued their early season success.

Juniors Kylie Coomes and Tessa Hurlburt both carded scores good enough to place them in the Top Ten for the Invite.

Coomes shot a 107 to finish in fifth place and Hurlburt shot a 110 for a sixth place finish.

Senior Tatiana Higgins and


The Dynamic Duo; Pair of Freshmen Helping Lady Mustangs To Solid Season

By Scott Bidroski

The Gordon-Rushville Mustang Girl’s basketball team is having an exceptional season, posting a 11-4 record through the third week in January.

A huge chunk of the production and success is coming from an unlikely source, a pair of freshmen, Haley Johnson and McKinley Grover.

The pair have wasted no time in getting their varsity careers jump started.  They have leapt into significant roles for Head Coach Randy Hurlburt’s squad.

“Both of them are very


Hay Springs Volleyball vs. Minatare 9-28-20

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Hawks advance to state championship with shutout win

By Jordan Huether

The Hay Springs Hawks football team has something special this year. They continued to prove that Friday night with a 38-0 performance over the Minatare  Indians in the Nebraska D-6 semifinal game on their home field. The Hawks have outscored their opponents 154-27 through the first three games of the playoff bracket. They now advance to face the undefeated Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons Friday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. MT in Kearney.

Hay Springs jumped out to a quick 13-0 lead over


Regulators overcome deficit to beat Sydney 12-8

By Lauren Brant

The Regulators baseball team hosted Sydney on Tuesday, June 26 and overcame an early deficit to win 12-8.

As the game got underway, the Regulators managed the field, limiting Sydney to two runs in the first two innings. At the plate, they struggled to get runners around the bases. “We played a pretty decent defensive game all around,” wrote Coach Rob Close. “Offensively, we flat out sucked for the first two innings.”

The Regulators were down 0-5, in


Regulators go 2-1 at Alliance tournament

By Lauren Brant

The Regulators baseball team traveled to Alliance for a three-day tournament over the weekend. They went 2-1 at the tournament.

Their first game was against Alliance. The Regulators were able to score two runs early in the game. They entered into the 5th inning tied with 2 runs but were unable to limit their errors and stop the Alliance offense. Alliance scored 3 runs in the fifth inning and then 4 runs in the sixth.  They lost 9-2. Trace Beguin pitched for the Regulators


Mustangs compete at District Track & Field: Campbell sets new school record

The Gordon-Rushville Mustangs traveled to Ogallala on Thursday, May 10 to compete in the District B6 track and field meet. The men’s team finished in 8th place with 22 points and the women’s team finished in 10th place with 2 points.

Individual results from the meet follow.

100 M preliminaries

17. Jared Nelson 11.95 sec.

23. Elijah Jackson 12.33 sec.

25. Tommy Bragg 12.97 sec.

25. Matison Moore 14.55 sec.

26. Sierra Garrett 14.66 sec.

27. Beth Bragg 14.73 sec.

200 M


Mustangs compete in WTC meet

The Gordon-Rushville track team traveled to Morrill last Thursday to compete in the annual Western Trails Conference meet with the men finishing 4th overall with 70 team points and the women taking 6th with 40 points.

Mens Results

100 Meters Varsity - Finals

4th - Denis Mulcahy 11.72a 

7th - Elijah Jackson 12.28a 

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

4th - Denis Mulcahy 11.52a PR 

7th - Elijah Jackson 12.29a 

14th - Tommy Bragg 13.14a PR 

200 Meters Varsity -


Mustangs fall to Mitchell in Subdistrict final to end season in heart-breaking fashion

By Jordan Huether

The Gordon-Rushville boys basketball team entered the C1-12 Subdistrict bracket as the top seed and favorite to advance to the district final on Monday. The door seemed wide open to advance to the state tournament with Cozad falling in subdistricts and two .500 teams playing Thursday on the other side of the bracket. All that stood in their way was the Mitchell Tigers, a sub .500 team whom the Mustangs had easily handled by an average margin of 16.5 points in two regular


Mustangs compete in state wrestling

Quin Child and Conner Halverson represented Gordon-Rushville High School at the 2018 NSAA State wrestling championships.

C126: Quin Child (26-23) place is unknown and scored 2.00 team points.

Champ. Round 1 - Wyatt Smydra (Norfolk Catholic) 39-14 won by major decision over Quin Child (Gordon-Rushville) 26-23 (MD 8-0)

Cons. Round 1 - Quin Child (Gordon-Rushville) 26-23 won by decision over Hunter Mcnulty (Logan View) 28-13 (Dec 7-5)

Cons. Round 2 - Quin Child (Gordon-Rushville) 26-23 won by

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