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Wilber-Clatonia’s wrestlers continue to improve as the season progresses. The Wolverines hosted Platteview and Seward in a tournament Jan. 12 and traveled to Arlington Jan. 16. Tuesday was … more
When the Syracuse tournament was postponed Jan. 15, the Tri County wrestling team started scrambling to find competition. Malcolm had chosen not to compete at the Schuyler tournament so was … more
Two more games, two more wins for the Tri County boys’ basketball team. The Trojans defeated Diller-Odell 52-35 Dec. 28 and topped JCC 58-39 Jan. 2. Coach Jeremy Siems said he was a … more
Wilber-Clatonia was looking forward to some good competition at the holiday classic in Malcolm, Coach Lucas Albrecht said. With Centennial and Oakland-Craig on the horizon, the Wolverines were hoping … more
It took overtime, but the Tri County boys’ basketball team brought home a 65-60 win over Falls City Sacred Heart Dec. 22. A back-and-forth, hard-fought game saw a lot of Trojans step up, … more
Wilber-Clatonia’s boys’ basketball team entered the Christmas break on the heels of a 60-38 win over Thayer Central. Coach Lucas Albrecht said the first half may be the best the … more
The Wilber-Clatonia seniors are settling into leadership roles on the girls’ basketball team, and that is translating to success on the court. The Wolverines went 1-1 in last week’s … more
Although it’s not yet at full strength, the Tri County wrestling team is continuing to get better. “We’re headed in the right direction,” Coach Jerod Spahr said. “We … more
Tri County has a new career scoring leader, but just how many points he’ll end up with remains to be seen. Cole Siems, a senior at TCHS, broke the 42-year-old record Dec. 12 in a win over … more
Wilber-Clatonia continues to learn and improve as the 2020-21 season moves on. The boys’ basketball team picked up a pair of wins last week, beating Raymond Central 58-36 Dec. 10 and Superior … more
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