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UPDATED INFORMATION FOR STATE PLAY-OFF GAME

October 28, 2017

CATS CONTINUE STATE PLAY-OFFS AT CURTIS
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After a first round (22-14) State Football victory over Overton, our Bobcat Football team will be headed to Curtis, NE, 45 minutes south of North Platte, for a 4PM (CT) second round game at unbeaten Medicine Valley (9-0).

DATE: Wednesday, November 1st, 4PM (CT) @ Curtis
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TEAMS:
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Our opponent will be the Medicine Valley Raiders, a team that HHS sees at District Wrestling most every year. Both teams own victories over Sutherland and Dundy County/Stratton, the only common opponents. MV beat Sutherland (45-0) HHS beat the Sailors (51-6). Hemingford beat DC/S (40-28), while Medicine Valley won their DC/S contest (47-22).

NSAA POWER POINT RANKINGS
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Hemingford has played two top level teams (South Loup (9-0), and Perkins County (7-2), while Medicine Valley has played none. Each team has played five mid-Level teams (as ranked by the NSAA Power points) HHS played Crawford, Ainsworth, Overton (twice), and Dundy County/Stratton, while Medicine Valley played Wallace, Dundy County/Stratton, Southwest, and Cambridge (twice). Both teams beat teams for the second time this season in their first round play-off game, as noted above.

FAN BUS
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HHS will be sending one fan bus to Curtis, with a loading time from the front of the school at 8:30 AM Wednesday, with an 11PM tentative return time Wednesday evening. Adults, students, and cheerleaders will ride together. Cost for non-cheerleaders is $10.

ADMISSION: 
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Game time is set for 4PM Central Time, with a 4-5 hour drive to Curtis. The NSAA sets prices for play-off games, with Adults paying $7, Students $5. Only special NSAA passes will be accepted for this game and any other play-off games.

WEATHER:
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Wednesday weather in Curtis looks good as of today (Sunday), with a high of 67 degrees, plenty of sunshine, and a little breeze behind all of us traveling – going down and coming back!

MEDIA OUTLETS:
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RADIO:  
1.) 105.9FM Double Q Country, streaming will be on panhandlepost.com. Mike Glesinger will have the call.

2.) KNEB 94.1 The Brand will have radio coverage as well. Streaming here: http://knebfm.streamon.fm

No STRIV TV Webcast - Sorry

 

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