Applications are being accepted until July 31 for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s Trout in the Classroom curriculum program.
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This past week was busy for future Wauneta-Palisade Bronco athletes. The school offered a two-day camp for students wanting to learn volleyball and football fundamentals. The volleyball camp was open to all third through eighth graders. Head volleyball coach Terra Higgins, pictured left, focused on the proper hitting approach and techniques. Participants were divided into groups based on their age. Each group was assisted by several high school volleyball players. The football camp was open to all third through sixth graders. Joseph Frecks, co-head football coach pictured right, led participants in warm ups, stretches and taught general football basics. Each participant received a football for participating in the camp.
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Austin Hicks (above) and Hannah Hanke (below), picture swimming earlier in the Plains Tsunami Swim league season, took part in the West Qualifying Meet July 8 in Atwood.
Hicks and Hanke competed in the 19 and over age group. Both swam the 100 freestyle, 50 backstroke and 50 short free.
Additional qualifying meets were held in Alma and Minden. The 2017 Championship Meet will be held July 15 in Lexington.
Wauneta’s Halle Bardsley was recently named to the Girls’ Minor League All-Star team from June’s Mid-America Basketball Camp in Ogallala.
Next up in the Friday night series at Phillips County Raceway are IMCA races July 14. Heat races will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Holyoke.