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State was a good weekend for Wilber-Clatonia’s wrestlers. The Wolverines finished ninth in the Class C team race and had two wrestlers make the championship matches. Zaiyahn Ornelas … more
Four district champions. Six state qualifiers. A third-place team finish. All in all, the District C2 tournament was a good day for Wilber-Clatonia wrestling. “We had four champions. … more
Wilber-Clatonia wrestling was back at the state duals Feb. 3, but the Wolverines ran into tough competition in their two duals. “I felt we matched up well. We are good, we are just not … more
A busy week for the Wilber-Clatonia wrestlers finished with the Wolverines as the No. 2 seed in the Class C state wrestling duals and saw another wrestler reach 100 career wins. “I think … more
The Tri County girls’ basketball team held a 22-18 halftime lead Jan. 19 and held on to beat Fillmore Central 44-41. Coach Koner Hogue said Fillmore Central plays a tough schedule and is … more
Leave it to Mother Nature to rearrange the best-laid plans. “The last two weeks were our biggest stretch of the season where we didn’t have games so we were hoping to get some … more
After beating Southern 36-24 in a dual Jan. 18, the Tri County wrestlers were at Syracuse Jan. 22 for a meet rescheduled because of weather. Coach Jerod Spahr said the Trojans had a good night … more
After a disappointing loss to Johnson-Brock Dec. 15, the Tri County boys’ basketball team got back on the winning track with two victories over Richardson County teams, thanks in part to a pair … more
The Tri County girls’ basketball team went 1-1 in its final week before the Christmas break. TCHS came up short against Falls City 38-31 Dec. 19 but defeated Pawnee City 33-21 Dec. 21. … more
The Wilber-Clatonia boys’ basketball team started its holiday tournament run Dec. 21 with a 57-43 loss to Central City. Coach Dan Conway said the Wolverines did not play well on offense, … more
Tri County’s volleyball team got to the subdistrict final Oct. 24 but couldn’t beat Thayer Central, ending its season with a 21-9 record. Subdistrict play started Oct. 23 with a … more
Coach Lynn Jurgens said Wilber-Clatonia played great Oct. 27 but just couldn’t find the endzone. The Wolverines were at undefeated Fillmore Central for the first round of the Class C2 … more
Despite a nagging injury, sophomore Isabelle Peters “did tremendous” at the Class D state cross country meet, Tri County Coach Denise Grell said. Peters has been working out in the … more
Evan Odvody ran solo Oct. 20. The Wilber-Clatonia sophomore was the only Wolverine to qualify for the Class C state cross country meet. “He ran very well,” Coach Nick Behring said, … more
On a day full of personal bests, the Tri County cross country teams saw the girls qualify for state as a team and two boys make the state field, as well. “Everyone ran PRs,” Coach … more
Wilber-Clatonia ran away from the Milford Eagles Oct. 13 with a 45-22 win on the gridiron. The Wolverines finished with 342 yards rushing on 55 carries, led by Carter Skleba’s 189 yards on … more
Wilber-Clatonia against Tri County brings out the emotions in both teams. The two met on the volleyball court Oct. 3, and the Trojans came out on top on the scoreboard, winning 25-22, 25-21, 25-22. … more
Coach Nick Behring knew it would be a close race for second in the Southern Nebraska Conference boys’ competition. “It was between us and Fillmore Central,” the Wilber-Clatonia … more
The Wilber-Clatonia softball team saw its season come to an end Oct. 2 with a loss to Wayne in the first round of subdistricts. Wayne, the top seed in the subdistrict, led 2-0 after the first … more
You never know what might happen when Wilber-Clatonia and Tri County meet. The two football teams clashed Sept. 29, with Wilber-Clatonia taking home a 34-14 win. “We didn’t play … more
After Wilber-Clatonia picked up its first win of the softball season Sept. 11, the Wolverines went to David City Sept. 12 and fell short to Blue River 14-3. Maddux Johnson hit a double and drove … more
Tri County and Wilber-Clatonia were in the field at the Fillmore Central Invitational Sept. 18, and both teams turned in good performances. Both TCHS Coach Denise Grell and WCHS Coach Nick … more
Tri County opened its 2023 football season with a kickoff return for a touchdown and never looked back Aug. 24 against Fairbury, shutting out the Jeffs 48-0. Tri County is entering its second … more
Wilber-Clatonia opened its 2023 football season against No. 7 Hastings St. Cecilia Aug. 25. A fourth-quarter score gave St. Cecilia a 20-14 victory. WCHS drew first blood, scoring on a … more
In order to improve, you have to be willing to work. The Wilber-Clatonia summer workout shirts say as much. “Strength is the product of struggle. You must do what others won’t to … more
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