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Coach Dave Kuhlen and the bench cheer on the Broncos.

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Greg Gaston scored on three second half lay ups.

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Dennis Cavanaugh provided a spark to the Bronco offense.

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Brody Nordhausen splits Mead defenders in the paint

Mead takes air out of Broncos at state tournament

Prior to the start of Thursday’s state tournament game against Mead, Wauneta-Palisade assistant boys’ coach Rod Gaston said the game would be decided by who could control the tempo.

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Dalton Harchelroad looks to make a pass into the post during Wauneta-Palisade’s overtime win in the district final.

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Cash Yearous drives to the hoop during the second half of the Broncos 53-50 win over Wilcox-Hildreth.

Overtime win sends Broncos back to the state tournament

Wauneta-Palisade fans were on the edge of their seats Tuesday, Feb. 28 in Bartley during the District D4 basketball game.

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Members of the Wauneta-Palisade Youth Wrestling team who took part in the Hitchcock County Meet were (back row, left to right) Noah Sandman, Erika Rahn, Hunter Miner, Kaleb Christofferson, Grant Walker, Koltar Rahn, Anthony Christofferson, Bennet Wiese, Tennille Warembourg, Trey McCrumb, Kyle Jutten, (front row, left to right) Kameron Jutten, Draven Miner, Hunter Koetter, Kameran McCrumb, Justin Warembourg, Konner McCrumb, Kreyton Wiese, Ryleigh McCrumb, Colton Koetter, & Casey Walker. Not pictured are coaches Shad Wiese, Owen Madden, Michael McAlevy, Joshua Clark and Colton Barrett. Other team members include Allen Wickizer and Austyn Wickizer.

Wauneta-Palisade Youth Wrestling team

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Wauneta-Palisade senior Greg Gaston signed his national letter of intent to the Doane Track and Field team Tuesday afternoon. Gaston continues the tradition of Wauneta-Palisade and southwest Nebraska athletes signing for Doane and Track and Field Coach Ed Fye. Gaston will also be following in the footsteps of brother Kyle, front left, who was an All-American at Doane. Like his brother, Gaston plans on competing in the heptathlon or decathlon.
    Wauneta-Palisade was Fye and Jenny’s third stop on the day after the signings of Cambridge’s Alea Shaner and Dundy County-Stratton’s Madison Lambley.
    Pictured are (front row, left to right) Kyle Gaston, Rod Gaston, Greg Gaston, Pam Gaston, (back row, left to right) Doane Track and Field Coach Ed Fye, WP Track Coach Dawn Doetker and Doane Cross Country Coach Brad Jenny.
 

Gaston continues traditions

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