2015 District Golf Results; Kort Steele Advances to State

 

2015 DISTRICT A-1 BOYS GOLF RESULTS:
Johnny Goodman
May 18, 2015
Individual Qualifiers:

1. Alex Schaake (11), Creighton Preparatory School, 65

2. Sean Song (12), Omaha Burke, 72

3. David Hansen (12), Creighton Preparatory School, 72

4. Kort Steele (10), North Platte, 75

5. Thomas Pieper (11), Creighton Preparatory School, 75

6. Nolan Maschka (11), Creighton Preparatory School, 76

7. Blake Tooley (11), Creighton Preparatory School, 76

8. Edward Yuan (11), Millard South, 78

9. Myles Shonsey (12), Omaha Burke, 79

10. Tyler Schafer (10), Omaha Burke, 80

T10. Nicholas Zeplin (12), Lincoln Pius X, 80

Qualifying Teams:

Creighton Preparatory School, 288

Coach: Morgan Helton

Alex Schaake (11), 65
David Hansen (12), 72
Thomas Pieper (11), 75
Blake Tooley (11), 76
Nolan Maschka (11), 76

Omaha Burke, 313

Coach: Larry Seitz

Sean Song (12), 72
Myles Shonsey (12), 79
Tyler Schafer (10), 80
Lucas Leinen (11), 82
Connor Fox (11), 93

Lincoln Pius X, 330

Coach: Tom Seib

Nicholas Zeplin (12), 80
Justin Coffey (12), 82
Roger Sack (11), 83
Sullivan Zornes (12), 85
Paul Vagts (12), 104

Individual Qualifiers:

North Platte

Coach: Jim Orcutt

Kort Steele (10), 75

 

Millard South

Coach: Chuck Burney

Edward Yuan (11), 78

Final Team Scores:

Creighton Preparatory School, 288

Omaha Burke, 313

Lincoln Pius X, 330

Millard South, 343

North Platte, 347

Bellevue East, 440

Lincoln North Star, 452

 

2015 DISTRICT C-5 BOYS GOLF RESULTS:
Heritage Hills Golf Course
May 18, 2015
Individual Qualifiers:

1. Jordan Greenwood (10), Kimball, 74

2. Hunter Quinn (12), Southern Valley, 78

3. Tyler Jennings (12), Chase County, 79

4. Cameron Bancroft (12), Valentine, 80

5. Caleb Moyer (12), Cambridge, 83

6. Eric Stevens (9), Bridgeport, 85

7. Trak Lewis (11), Southern Valley, 86

8. Trent Krejdl (10), Southern Valley, 86

9. Nathan Howe (12), Kearney Catholic, 88

10. Brooks Coleman (12), Valentine, 89

10. Zach Schmidt (12), Kearney Catholic, 89

Qualifying Teams:

Southern Valley, 341

Coach: Jeremy Epp

Hunter Quinn (12), 78
Trak Lewis (11), 86
Trent Krejdl (10), 86
Chance Best (11), 91
Dakota Ridpath (12), 96

Kearney Catholic, 361

Coach: Shawn Dowse

Nathan Howe (12), 88
Zach Schmidt (12), 89
Curtis Baack (10), 92
Zachary Thompson (12), 92
Jacob Maaske (9), 96

Valentine, 369

Coach: Devin Muirhead

Cameron Bancroft (12), 80
Brooks Coleman (12), 89
Lyle Cate (10), 95
Kyle Johnson (12), 105
Amos Hagedorn (11), 108

Individual Qualifiers:

Kimball

Coach: Chad Wise

Jordan Greenwood (10), 74
Chase County

Coach: Larry Munger

Tyler Jennings (12), 79
Cambridge

Coach: Del Schoenfish

Caleb Moyer (12), 83
Bridgeport

Coach: Todd Janicek

Eric Stevens (9), 85
Final Team Scores:

Southern Valley, 341

Kearney Catholic, 361

Valentine, 369

Bridgeport, 375

Chase County, 387

Gordon-Rushville, 397

Cambridge, 398

North Platte St. Patrick’s, 441

Mitchell, 451

Arcadia/Loup City, 455

Ainsworth, 461

Hershey, 474

Bayard, NTS

Kimball, NTS

Class A District Track & Field Results

 

Final Girls Results

Final Boys Results

 

2015 State Qualifiers – North Platte HS

GIRLS
Rachel Kosmacek – Pole Vault – 3rd place
Hope Wilke – Shot Put – 2nd place
Tierney McPike – High Jump – 4th place
Hope Wilke – Discus – 2nd place
4 x 100 Relay (Kathy Mathieu, Madison Raska, Hannah Hays, Kaitlynn Harvey) – 2nd place

BOYS
Trevor Lee – Discus – 2nd place
Kylan Rhodes – Pole Vault – 1st place
Trevon Weaver – 100 meters – 2nd place
Tyler Aden – 110 Hurdles – 4th place
Tyler Aden – 300 Hurdles – 4th place
4 x 100 Relay (Shay Bamesberger, Miles Creel, Jacob Zimbelman, Trevon Weaver) – 1st place – 42.83 NEW SCHOOL RECORD

 

Additional District Placers (Non-Qualifiers for State)

GIRLS
Kaitlynn Harvey – Long Jump – 5th place

BOYS
Trevon Weaver – Long Jump – 6th place
Jacob Harvey – Pole Vault – 5th place
Branden Hansen – Pole Vault – 6th place
Chase Lenz – High Jump – 5th place
Trevon Weaver – 2oo meters – 4th place
4 x 800 Relay (Miles Creel, Tanner Haws, Isaac Banuelos, Adam Sanchez) – 6th place

 

 

Qualifying for the NSAA State Track and Field Meet

– There will be four Class A district meets.

– The winners of the first three places in each individual event will qualify for the state meet, plus the next 4 fastest times of the non-qualifiers, regardless of place in a finals event. There shall be a maximum of 16 qualifiers. If there is a tie for the last qualifying spot, none of those tied shall qualify.

– The winners of first, second and third places in the relay events qualify for the state meet, plus the next 4 fastest times of the non-qualifiers, regardless of place in a finals event, with a maximum of 16 relay teams qualifying. If there is a tie for the last qualifying spot, none of those tied shall qualify.

– In field events, the first four places shall qualify for the state meet.

– Athletes placing first, second, third or fourth must have cleared 9′ 6” or higher to qualify in the boys’ pole vault and 6’ 6” or higher in the girls’ pole vault.

– Regardless of place would mean that in running events at district meets, any athlete or relay team who finished 4th -7 th place in their district meet could qualify for the state track meet if their time was one of the four fastest times of non-qualifiers from all districts submitted. It would not matter what place in their respective district they finished, but that the time was one of the four fastest of the non-qualifiers.

– In the event the FAT timing system would fail in any district in any running event, that event would revert back to the original method of qualifying the top four in each district for the state track meet in that.

 

 

North Platte Finishes 3rd at GNAC Golf

 

Place TEAM SCORE
1 Scottsbluff 309
2 McCook 313
3 North Platte 319
4 Kearney 320
5 Norfolk 321
6 Columbus 341
7 Hastings 356
7 Lexington 356

 

North Platte OUT IN TOTAL PLACE
Kade Wroot 37 36 73 3rd
Kort Steele 41 35 76 6th
Chesney Tatman 43 39 82 17th
Chris Smith 46 42 88 30th
Kyle Zimbelman 46 43 89 31st
Team Total 319 3rd

 

North Platte HOLE-BY-HOLE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUT 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN TOTAL Place
1 Kort Steele 6 5 5 4 3 6 5 4 3 41 2 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 3 35 76 6
2 Chesney Tatman 6 3 6 5 4 6 4 5 4 43 4 5 4 4 4 6 3 5 4 39 82 17
3 Kade Wroot 6 4 4 4 2 5 5 4 3 37 4 5 3 3 5 4 4 6 2 36 73 3
4 Chris Smith 6 5 4 7 4 6 5 5 4 46 5 5 4 4 6 6 2 7 3 42 88 30
5 Kyle Zimbelman 6 5 4 6 4 6 5 5 5 46 8 5 4 4 4 6 4 5 3 43 89 31
6 0 0
TOTAL 319

North Platte High School Hires Head Cross Country Coach

 

North Platte High School Activities Director, Marc Mroczek, has named Marie Holmes-Brosius as the new head cross country coach for the 2015-2016 school year. Marie has coached cross country at North Platte St. Pats for the past 8 seasons.

Marc Mroczek, North Platte Activities Director comments: “Marie is well qualified and will bring valuable experience to our coaching staff at NPHS. Her knowledge, enthusiasm, and passion for cross country will be valuable assets to our student-athletes. I am excited for the future of North Platte High School Cross Country with Coach Holmes-Brosius leading the program.”

Holmes-Brosius takes over for Dennis Fornander, who resigned earlier this year.

Kearney Sweeps 2015 GNAC Track Meet; North Platte Boys Runner-Up

 

Kearney High School boys and girls swept the team titles at the 2015 GNAC track meet; the girls winning the title with a conference record 203 points. North Platte boys finished as the runner-up with 73 points and the North Platte girls finished 8th with 10 points.

North Platte had individual conference champions in three events along with six additional top three finishers.

North Platte 2015 GNAC Conference Champions

Boys Long Jump – Trevon Weaver – 21-10.00
Boys 4×100 Meter Relay – Shay Bamesberger, Miles Creel, Austin Chitty, Trevon Weaver – 43.79
Boys 100 Meters – Trevon Weaver – 11.16

FULL RESULTS – 2015 GNAC TRACK MEET

Lady Bulldogs Battle Millard West for District A-3 Title

 

North Platte Bulldogs SoccerThe last time North Platte and Millard West girls met was with a state tournament berth on the line in 2013, tonight the stakes are the same as the two teams meet up in Omaha for the District A-3 Championship.  The 2013 meeting went to a shootout after a scoreless tie in regulation with Millard West taking the shootout to advance to the Class A State Tournament where they would eventually take home the state title.  North Platte hopes to reverse the fortunes tonight at Buell Stadium in Omaha.

North Platte (11-5) has won four straight games, allowing just one goal against in that stretch.  Meanwhile, Millard West (13-2) also comes in sporting some positive momentum with wins in eight of their last nine contests, including shutouts in each of their last five wins.

Game time is set for 7:00 pm tonight at Buell Stadium in Omaha. The winner will advance to the Class A State Tournament which begins on May 14.

 

Lady Bulldogs Advance to District Championship, Boys Fall in District Playoff Opener

North Platte Lady Bulldogs (11-5) advanced to the District A-3 Championship game with a 2-1 win over Omaha Burke (7-11) on Monday night at Buell Stadium in Omaha. North Platte got a pair of second half goals from Sami Mauch (Fr) and Kaylynn Kissinger (So).  Abby Stark (Sr) made eight saves in net for the Lady Bulldogs to preserve the win.  North Platte girls will face top-seeded Millard West (13-2) on Wednesday night in the district A-3 championship game at Buell Stadium at 7:00 pm.  Millard West defeated Omaha Bryan (4-11) 10-0 on Monday evening.

Girls District A-3 Playoffs
Monday at Buell Stadium (Omaha)

North Platte (11-5) 0 2 – 2

Omaha Burke (7-11)    0  1 –  1

* Goals- North Platte: Sami Mauch, Kaylynn Kissinger; Omaha Burke: Brooke Lawson

* Assists- North Platte: Sami Mauch, Kaylynn Kissinger; Omaha Burke: Maddie Judkins

* Shots on goal- North Platte 19, Omaha Burke 13.

* Saves- North Platte: Abby Stark 8, Omaha Burke: Katherine Worden 17.

 

The North Platte boys were not as fortunate in their district tournament opener, falling 1-0 to Columbus (12-6). The lone goal of the day was scored in the 44th minute by Columbus’ Colin Kruse.  The Bulldogs end the season 9-7 and won seven of their final ten games.

Boys District A-4 Playoffs
Monday at Lincoln High

North Platte (9-7) 0 0 – 0

Columbus (12-6)   0  1 –  1

* Goals- North Platte: None; Columbus: Colin Kruse, 44:00

* Assists- North Platte: None; Columbus: Jorge Pedraza

* Shots on goal- North Platte 5, Columbus 12.

* Saves- North Platte: Will Phillips 8, Columbus: Christian Stutzman 4.

District Playoffs Begin for North Platte Bulldogs Soccer Teams

North Platte Bulldogs SoccerDistrict playoffs begin today across the state for Nebraska high school soccer. North Platte girls and boys both begin play at 6:00 pm this evening.

The North Platte girls (10-5) are the #2 seed in District A-3 and will face the #3 seed Omaha Burke (7-10) at Buell Stadium in Omaha at 6:00 pm.  Top-seeded Millard West (12-2) takes on #4 seed Omaha Bryan (4-10) at 8:00 pm. The winners of tonight’s games will advance to the District A-3 Championship on Wednesday at 7:00 pm at Buell Stadium.  This is the first meeting this year between North Platte and Omaha Burke, the Lady Bulldogs have won three straight entering tonight’s contest.  Omaha Burke lost four of their final five games to end the regular season.

The North Platte boys (9-6) are the #3 seed in District A-4, the Bulldogs will play #2 seed Columbus (11-6) at Nebraska Wesleyan in Lincoln at 6:00 pm.  Lincoln Southwest (14-1), the #1 seed, plays #4 seed Omaha Benson (5-10) at 8:00 pm. The District A-4 Boys Championship game will be played on Wednesday at 6:30 pm.  North Platte defeated Columbus 1-0 in their previous meeting this year on April 17 in North Platte.  The Bulldogs closed the regular season winning seven of their final nine games, including three straight wins to end the year.

Girls Soccer District A-3 at Buell Stadium (Millard South)

#1 Millard West 45.6429 (12-2)
05/04/2015
8:00 PM CT
#4 Omaha Bryan 36.7857 (4-10)
#3 Omaha Burke 40.2143 (7-10)
05/04/2015
6:00 PM CT
#2 North Platte 41.6154 (10-5)
05/06/2015
7:00 PM CT
WINNER

Boys Soccer District A-4 at Lincoln High/Neb Wesleyan

#1 Lincoln Southwest 43.8571 (14-1)
05/04/2015
8:00 PM CT
#4 Omaha Benson 38.0667 (5-10)
#3 North Platte 40.0769 (9-6)
05/04/2015
6:00 PM CT
#2 Columbus 41.8000 (11-6)
05/06/2015
6:30 PM CT
WINNER

 

Irish, Dawgs Fall at State

The North Platte Bulldogs and St. Patrick’s Irish were eliminated on day one of the boys basketball state tournament yesterday in Lincoln. In their first appearance since 2004, the Dawgs hung tough against second-ranked Omaha South before the Packers pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 52-36 victory at the Devaney Center in Class A first-round play. Drew Callaghan posted a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Luke Wright added nine points. The Dawgs end their season with a 16-8 record. The Irish were unable to win their third straight first round game, falling to Hartington Cedar Catholic 56-49 at Lincoln High School in round one of the Class C2 tourney. Joseph Clinch scored 15 points to lead the Irish. Alex Harms contributed 12 points. The Irish end their campaign with a record of 22-4.