Kearney Runza Seniors (14-4)
– Single Game vs. Millard North @ Memorial Field
Runza Seniors 1, Millard North 0
– Double-Header vs. Norfolk @ Memorial Field – 1:00/3:00
– Single Games vs. Omaha Burke/Lincoln Southeast @ Den Hartog – 5:30/7:30
– Single Games vs. Lincoln Northstar/Bellevue East @ Sherman Field – 3:00/5:30
Kearney Post 52 Juniors (10-11)
– @ Lincoln Junior Tournament
Post 52 Juniors 10, Medicine Man Pharmacy SkyHawks 7
Post 52 Juniors 5, Post 15 East Jr. Legion 8
Post 52 Juniors 20, Lincoln Northstar 8
Post 52 Juniors 5, Sandhills Global 6
Double-Header @ Norfolk – 1:00/3:00
Double-Header @ Millard South – 1:00/3:00
Double-Header vs. Lincoln Southeast @ Memorial Field – 1:00/3:00
Kearney Jerseys Seniors (4-11)
– Double-Header vs. North Platte @ Bill Wood Field
Jerseys Seniors 0, North Platte 13
Jerseys Seniors 4, North Platte 5
– Single Game @ Gibbon/Shelton – 8:00
– Single Game vs. Holdrege @ Memorial Field – 7:00
Saturday @ Ogalalla – TBA
Kearney Five Points Bank Juniors (12-5)
– Double-Header @ McCook
Five Points Bank Juniors 2, McCook 4
Five Points Bank Juniors 4, McCook 10
– Single Game @ Gibbon/Shelton – 5:30
– Junior League Tournament
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