Chadron State College Eagles are hosting a Boys’ Basketball Summer Camp. High School Camp (Grades 10-12) is Saturday, June 21 and Sunday, June 22. Middle School Camp (Grades 6-9) is Sunday, June 22 through Tuesday, June 24. The Elementary School Camp (Grades 3-5) is Wednesday, June 25-Friday June 27. For more details, click on the link below.
CSC Summer Camp Flyer
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2-14-14: On this lovely Valentine’s Day, The Lady Hawks traveled to Oshkosh to take on the Garden Co. Warriors. In the first quarter, Kate Roberts made the first few baskets giving the hawks 3 points. Whitney Heiting then put up a three pointer heightening the hawks score to 6. Cydney Jancik adds to the points with another two pointer. Steph Tlustos puts in the final baskets adding two the Hawk’s score of ten after the first quarter. The hawks came out in the second quarter adding ten points to their score making them have 24 at half time. The third quarter was a downfall for the hawks making them have a score of 28 after the third quarter. The final quarter of the game the hawks buckled and added another 13 point onto their score making it 41 at the end. The final score was Hawks- 41 Warriors- 31.
The Hawks traveled to Garden County on February 14th to take on the Eagles. The Hawks Trailed by four at the Half. The Hawks came up short by 13. The final score was 62-49. Matthew Hessler led the scoring for the Hawks with 14 points and Seth Nowak scored 12.
The Hay Springs Hawks varsity boys played at home against the Crawford Rams. The hawks led the whole game with the largest lead of 15 at points throughout the game. The hawks scoring were led by Seth Nowak with 15 points followed by Jordan Encinia with 11 and Matt Hessler with 12 points and others with single digits. The hawks had 21 points in the first half with 11 in the first quarter and 10 in the second quarter. In the second half the hawks scored 29 points with 11 points in the third quarter and 18 points in the fourth quarter.
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On February 8th the Hay Springs boys took on the Edgemont moguls for the second time this basketball season. The hawks fought hard but again came up short, scoring 68 points but letting the Moguls score 70 in a single overtime loss. By the end of the game two starters, Jordan Encinia and Jordan Houser, had fouled out and a third player, Riley Abbott, fouled out before overtime had ended. Still the hawks played well with four of the five starters finishing with double digits in scoring. Jordan E. had 11 points, Seth Nowak had 22, Matt Hessler had 16 and Jordan Houser had 13. Other Hawks that scored are Eli Badje, and Riley Abbott.
The Lady Hawks played the Lady Rams on Thursday, February 13. The score at the half was 11-14. The Lady Rams Slowly increased the gap to ten points by the end of the game. The Lady Hawks lost 46-39. Steph Tlustos lead the scoring for the Lady Hawks with 16 and Whitney Heiting scored 15.
Teams: Sioux County, Crawford, Hay Springs, and Cody-Kilgore
Dates: Girls’ Tourney – Tuesday and Thursday, February 18th and 20th
Boys’ Tourney – Tuesday and Thursday, February 25th and 27th
Basic Information :
- Location : Gordon-Rushville High School.
- Game Times for Both Girls and Boys: Tuesday – 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm, Thursday (championship) 6:00 pm
- Seeding: NSAA will seed the tournaments. Please check the NSAA website for the details.
DUE TO THE WEATHER THE GAME SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT VS HYANNIS HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO NEXT TUESDAY 2/11 AT THE SAME TIME. JV WILL START AT 3:30 PM. DEPENDING ON INELIGIBILTY BOYS AND GIRLS WILL BOTH PLAY. WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED TO ANY CHANGES THAT MAY TAKE PLACE.
3:30 pm – G/B BB home vs.Hyannis, NO GIRLS JV, BOYS JV WILL PLAY 2 QUARTERS AND BEGIN AT 3:30. ESTIMATED START TIME FOR GIRLS VARSITY IS 4:30 PM
Hyannis is worried about the chance of snow tomorrow and would like to get on the roads as early as possible. Thank you
The Hawks traveled to Edgemont to take on the Moguls in the first game of the 2014 Panhandle Conference. The game was a nail-biter the whole time. Hay Springs was looking for their first win.
The Hawks were leading at the half by double digits. At one point after half, the Moguls scored 12 unanswered points quickly, catching the Hawks lead. At the end of the third, the game was close. In the last minutes of the game, the teams went back and forth scoring points but ended up tied at the end of regulation. In overtime, the Moguls did not slow down. They got a small lead in overtime and kept it throughout, winning by two points.
The game was a hard-fought game and the Hawks went on to play the Morrill Lions. This would be the second time Hay Springs has taken on the Lions this season.