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McCook

Coyote Country 93.9 The Zone True Country 102.1

North Platte

Rock 100 Country 93.5 TBD

Scottsbluff

KMOR-FM Sunny 99.3 Wild Country 106.9

GRAND ISLAND GRADS SHAY SCHANAMAN AND CASEY BURNHAM WERE BOTH NAMED TO THE HIGH SCHOOL ALL-REGION FIVE TEAM YESTERDAY AS SELECTED BY THE AMERICAN BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION AND RAWLINGS. SCHANAMAN, WHO IS ON HIS WAY TO NEBRASKA AND BURNHAM, WHO WILL PLAY AT KANSAS, JOIN CREIGHTON PREP’S DYLAN PHILLIPS ON THE SELECT SQUAD.





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FORMER CENTRAL CATHOLIC STANDOUT STEPH BRAND WAS NAMED AS THE TOP ASSISTANT VOLLEYBALL COACH AT U-N-K.  BRAND, WHO SERVED AS A GRADUATE ASSISTANT THE PAST TWO SEASONS FOR THE LOPERS, FILLS THE VOID LEFT BY FORMER ASSISTANT KALEIGH ZOUCHA, WHO ACCEPTED THE HEAD COACHING POSITION AT VALDOSTA STATE IN GEORGIA. BRAND ALSO SERVED AS ASSISTANT VARSITY AND HEAD J-V COACH AT CENTRAL CATHOLIC, WHERE SHE WAS A FOUR YEAR STARTER AND MEMBER OF THE UNDEFEATED 2010 CLASS C-1 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM.





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IT’S A TRAVEL DAY TODAY FOR THE NEBRASKA DANGER AS THEY OPEN THEIR PLAYOFF JOURNEY TOMORROW NIGHT IN DES MOINES. THE DANGER WILL LOOK TO PLAY SPOILER AGAINST THE TOP-SEEDED IOWA BARNSTORMERS, THE LAST TEAM THEY BEAT BEFORE ENDING THEIR SEASON WITH A TEN GAME SKID. IOWA LOST JUST ONE MORE TIME AFTER THAT SETBACK IN GRAND ISLAND IN MARCH, BEATING BOTH SIOUX FALLS AND ARIZONA ALONG THE WAY TO SECURE HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE.  LISTEN FOR DANGER PLAYOFF FOOTBALL TOMORROW NIGHT ON 103-1 TODAY FM STARTING AT 6:45.





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GRAND ISLAND CENTRAL CATHOLIC CAPTURED THE CLASS C ALL-SCHOOL N-S-A-A CUP FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR.  THE CRUSADERS FINISHED 30 POINTS AHEAD OF WAHOO FOR THE OVERALL TITLE, EARNING SIXTH PLACE FINISHES IN BOTH THE GIRLS AND BOYS STANDINGS. THE CRUSADERS WON THE CLASS C BOYS GOLF TITLE, FINISHED AS RUNNERUP IN THE C-1 STATE VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT. BOTH BASKETBALL TEAMS EARNED STATE TOURNAMENT BERTHS; THE GIRLS TENNIS TEAM FINISHED FOURTH WHILE THE BOYS ENDED UP SEVENTH. IN CLASS B, NORTHWEST ENDED EIGHTH WITH HASTINGS FINISHING TENTH. HEARTLAND WAS NINTH AND GILTNER TENTH IN CLASS D.





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WEATHER ISSUES AGAIN FORCED A DELAY AT THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES IN OMAHA YESTERDAY, BUT WHEN THE TEAMS TOOK THE FIELD THE ACTION WAS NON-STOP. IN THE FIRST GAME, ARKANSAS POUNDED THEIR WAY PAST TEXAS TECH 7-4 TO MOVE TO THE BRACKET TWO FINAL.  IN THE LATE GAME, OREGON STATE AVENGED A FIRST ROUND LOSS TO NORTH CAROLINA BY RALLYING PAST THE TAR HEELS 11-6.  THE BEAVERS BUNCHED TOGETHER EIGHT RUNS IN THE FINAL TWO INNINGS TO MOVE TO THE BRACKET ONE FINAL TOMORROW AFTERNOON AGAINST UNBEATEN MISSISSIPPI STATE. TEXAS TECH PLAYS FLORIDA TONIGHT AT SEVEN, WITH THE WINNER PLAYING ARKANSAS TOMORROW NIGHT AT SEVEN.





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Danger Update 6-22

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Danger Update 6/21

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DB Jamaal Burgess

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals will play a regular-season game in Omaha the week the 2019 College World Series opens, The Associated Press has learned. Major League Baseball and the NCAA have been working to arrange a game as a kickoff event to the CWS, two people close to the situation told the AP on Wednesday on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss details.

A news conference with MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred was scheduled for Thursday at TD Ameritrade Park, the host site for the CWS. The move would be similar to the regular-season games played in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the Little League World Series.





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