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KGFW Sports – Legion Baseball 6/22

Runza Sr’s (20-5) – Thursday @ Scottsbluff (DH) at Cleveland Field – Won 10-2, 15-3 Saturday @ Greeley, Colorado (DH) – 12:00, 2:00 Sunday @ Sterling, Colorado – 1:00 Tuesday vs. Lexington @ Memorial Field – 7:30 Wednesday @ Hastings at Duncan Field – 7:30 — Post 52 Jr’s (18-9) – Tuesday vs. Lexington @…read more »

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KGFW Sports – Friday Night Light Camp Tonight

The Huskers will wrap up the June camp season with their second Friday Night Lights event tonight. About 250 athletes, including most of Nebraska’s 2018 recuiting class, are registered to participate. They include these verbal commits — defensive tackle Ethan Piper (Norfolk Catholic), athlete Garrett Snodgrass (York), defensive end Garrett Nelson (Scottsbluff), quarterback Luke McCaffrey…read more »


KGFW Sports – Legion Baseball 6/21

Runza Sr’s (18-5) @ Grand Island Home Federal at Ryder Park – (Postponed) Thursday @ Scottsbluff (DH) at Cleveland Field – 6:00, 8:00 — Post 52 Jr’s (18-9) @ Grand Island Five Points at Ryder Park – (Postponed) Tuesday vs. Lexington @ Memorial Field – 5:00 — Jersey’s Sr’s (13-5) def. Central City @ Memorial…read more »


KGFW Sports – Sodbusters Swept

The Hastings Sodbusters were topped by the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs 14-3 last night in Minot, North Dakota. The Sodbusters will try to snap their four game losing streak this weekend when they host the Western Nebraska Pioneers. The three game series at Duncan Field begins Friday night at more »


KGFW Sports – KHS Top-10 in NSAA Cup Standings

Kearney High has finished in the Top-10 of the final NSAA Cup standings. The Bearcats were 5th in the Class-A All-School standings, with the boys finishing in 3rd place and the girls in 9th place. In the Class-B All-School standings, Holdrege finished in 7th place and Hastings 10th. Grand Island Central Catholic topped the All-School…read more »


KGFW Sports – High Expectations for Morgan

Nebraska wide receiver Stanley Morgan is No. 48 in Sports Illustrated’s top 100 college players for 2018, and he’s an Athlon fourth-team All-American. The 6’1″, 195-pound senior set a program single-season record with 986 receiving yards and led all Big Ten wide receivers with 10 touchdown receptions last season. Visit for more »