Courtesy of Chadrad.com
By: Andrew Lacy Posted at: 06/12/2013 09:36 PM
The Chadron State College men’s basketball team will be holding three skills camps for players ranging from 4th through 12th grades at the end of June.
The Middle School Camp will run from June 23-26 for boys who will be entering 5th-9th grade this fall. Campers will work on fundamentals while also participating in individual and team drills and playing games. Cost will be $215 for players choosing to stay in the dorms with staff supervision, $175 for commuters.
June 27-28 will be the Little Eagles Morning Camp for grades 4-6. The camp will run from 8 a.m. to noon both days and will focus on fundamentals along with games against players the same age. Cost is $40 per camper.
The High School Camp will run June 29-30 for grades 10-12. Days will focus on skill development, competitive games and analysis of games. Cost is $85 for players staying in the dorms, $70 for commuters.
For more information and to register online, visit www.cscmensbasketballcamps.com.
2012-13 was a year of highs and lows. After five consecutive trips to Lincoln, expectations have been very high for the Lady Hawks. With the loss of several perennial all staters over those last five years, one always wonders who will fill those shoes. This was the year to find ourselves, to create a new identity.
Though our losses outweighed our wins, most of our defeats were decided by only a couple of possessions. These close losses were disheartening but they told us that we could be competitive, that every possession is important and that excellence is not always measured by exceptional plays but by consistent execution. While some of these games were uninspiring, some of our wins were the most exciting and gratifying times of the whole year. Towards the end of the year, the girls were playing well and greatly expanded on their win column. I believe many of them were coming to find their roles and becoming more confident and aggressive with each competition.
It will be hard to lose our four seniors next year, not only because of their game contributions, but because of the close friendships and strong leadership. We all know this is how high school athletics, and life, goes. Seasons come and go. They each have their own memories, strengths, weaknesses, trials and laughter. No circumstance will ever be repeated. That is what makes each year special, the wonder of what is to come and the excitement of what may be. So here’s to the Lady Hawks of 2012-13 and to those who will follow.
Gordon-Rushville Middle School Boys Basketball Tournament will be held Feb. 16,2013.
Game #1: G-R “B” vs. Bennett Co. “B”
Game #2: Crawford vs. Cody-Kilgore
Game #3: Bennett Co. vs. Ha)’ Springs
Game £4: G-R vs. Game #2 Winner
Game #5: American Horse vs. Game #3 Winner
Game #6: Loser Game #2 vs. Loser Game #3
Game #7: G-R “C” vs. Bennett Co. “C”
Game #8: Third Place Game- Loser #4 vs. Loser #5
Game #9: Championship- Winner #4 vs. Winner #5
JHBBB Panhandle Conference Bracket
Sub-district girls BB brackets have came out. Hay Springs girls will play on Tuesday, February 12th at 6:00 pm in Mitchell. If they win they will play on Thursday, February 14th at 6:00 pm.
Area Youth Basketball League – December through January, GRADES 3RD THROUGH 6TH
October 14 @ CHS Football Field 1:00-3:30p.m.
October 15 @ PAC 5:30-7:00 p.m. (Top South entrance)
October 21 @ CHS Football Field 1:00-3:30 p.m.
October 23 & 24 @ Falco (during Tackle Football equipment Check-in 5:30-7:00 p.m.)
Cost is $35.
If you can not attend on any of these registration dates you may also print off a registration form and mail it to: Chadron Community Recreation, P.O. Box 4, Chadron, NE 69337. Registration fee and form are due by November 1st. Cost of the Program is $35.
To be in compliance with a new Nebraska State law on concussion awareness in high school athletics Hay Springs Schools will be testing ALL student athletes grades 6-12.
This MUST be done before competition or practice, again this is for all sports not just contact sports. ALL ATHLETES, ALL SPORTS!
Testing will be done:
Monday, August 6th
at Hay Springs High School
The tests, both a cognitive and a spacial test, will be conducted by the physical therapy department for Box Butte General Hospital.
This test will provide a baseline that athletes must meet before returning to play following a concussion.
It will be difficult to schedule a test after this date and may be expensive. Plan on attending om Monday, August 6th.
EARLY DISMISSAL – Wednesday, February 29th
- 12:00 Noon Dismissal
- Elementary Lunch 11:15 am
- High School Lunch 11:30 am
- Dismissal at Noon/Buses will run at this time – All students
NO SCHOOL – Thursday, March 1st
TIME CHANGE: Send Off for Girls’ Basketball will be Wednesday (2/29) at 9:00 a.m. in front of the high school.
State GBB Shirts for Sale – First come, First serve
Payment must be made at time of purchase
Short & Long Sleeve T’s – $15
Sweat Shirts – $20
Hoodies – $25
Hay Springs vs. Lindsey H.F. at 9:00 a.m. @ Lincoln Southeast
State Tournament Bracket
The Lady Hawks are returning to Sutherland tonight (Feb. 16) to face-off against the Hyannis Longhorns. KSDZ (95.5 FM) will be broadcasting the game LIVE. The game is set to begin at 6:30 pm (MT) / 7:30 pm (CT).
February 9th, 2012
Hawks vs. Crawford Basketball Games 3pm
Wrestlers and basketball players will be announced between the Boys’ JV and Girls’ Varsity basketball games. Parents need to line up in the back hallway of Lister immediately following the end of the Boys’ JV game. After parents are announced, the warm-up for Girls’ Varsity will begin.