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The Milford boys’ basketball team played a pair of Centrals – Raymond and Thayer – last week and won both. MHS beat Raymond Central 68-43 and Thayer Central 60-35. Milford came … more
A pair of wins against tough competition gave the Milford boys’ basketball team the championship of its holiday tournament Dec. 30. Milford defeated Cross County 60-49 in the semifinals Dec. … more
Normally, Milford’s final wrestling competition of December is a triangular. With event limits imposed this year because of Covid-19, the Eagles turned the day into a quadrangular with David … more
“It was a good weekend for us,” Milford Coach Tony Muller said. His Milford boys’ basketball team won both its games, beating Centennial 49-37 and Ashland-Greenwood 56-53. The … more
The Milford wrestlers finished another good week, winning the county triangular Dec. 10 and finishing third in their side of the Crete Invitational Dec. 12, as well as setting a pair of new school … more
by Stephanie Croston   The Milford girls’ basketball team got off to a good start Dec. 4, beating Fillmore Central 53-48. Coach Phil Stauffer was … more
The season got off to a great start for the Milford wrestlers. The Eagles beat Louisville 66-12 in a dual Dec. 3. The evening was supposed to be a triangular with Lincoln Lutheran, but because … more
The Milford boys’ cross country team came into the state meet confident, Coach Michele Kontor said. “I said we could run very well and get one through four,” she said. … more
Top three is the place to be if you want to qualify for state cross country. Milford’s girls’ and boys’ team each earned runner-up, giving the Eagles a chance to fly at the Class … more
A wild game, full of twists and turns, saw the Milford softball team down Aquinas 25-20 Oct. 5 in its first game of the Subdistrict C5 tournament. The win put the Eagles in the final against … more
The Milford softball team earned third place in the Southern Nebraska Conference tournament Sept. 26, with its only loss of the day coming in the semifinals to Fillmore … more
Seward’s volleyball team split a triangular Sept. 1 and lost on the road Sept. 3. The Bluejays played Hastings and Adams Central in a triangular, beating Hastings 25-21, 22-25, 25-14 and losing … more
For as well as week one went, week two was the complete opposite. After the Malcolm football team won in dominating fashion in its season opener, a confident group of Clippers traveled to Yutan Sept. … more
After having to wait a week to start its season, the Milford football team had to play the No. 5 rated team in Class C1 to open the season. Ashland-Greenwood was too much for the Eagles Sept. 4, … more
Coach Evan Klanecky described Sept. 4’s opponent as typical Aquinas. “Their team is really solid across the board. There are no weak spots,” he said. The Centennial football team found … more
Early in a season, there can be many unknowns. After the first week of matches for the Malcolm volleyball team, there may be more questions than answers. A team used to making deep post season runs, … more
The starter’s pistol was fired eight days later than they anticipated but for the Malcolm boys’ cross country team, it was worth the wait. After illness within the ranks forced the team bus to … more
A new opponent came to Seward Sept. 4 and went home in defeat. The Seward football team beat Omaha Gross 13-7 to celebrate homecoming. “We’re super excited about the win,” Coach Jamie Opfer … more
The offense sputtered for the Centennial softball team last week. The Broncos hosted Aurora and gave up 17 runs to the visitors in a 17-0 loss Sept. 1. At the Fairbury Invitational Sept. 5, … more
The Seward juniors needed an extra inning July 17 to win the first game of a double header against Crete-Milford. Seward ended up sweeping the games 9-8 and 8-0. “It was good to see the … more
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