Jake Jones of North Platte fired a 78 Tuesday at River’s Edge Golf Club to win the boys 18-year-old division of the Junior Ambassador Classic.Jones needed a bogey or better on the final hole and delivered. He hit a six-iron off the tee – the only fairway he hit Tuesday – and then a 52-degree wedge to the front bunker on 18. His chip went to the back of the green and he two-putted for the classic title.“It feels great.
A North Platte all-star baseball team is headed to Branson — but it’s not for rest and relaxation.While it’s famous for its shows and impersonators, the southwest Missouri town is the new home for the 2017 Cal Ripken Major70 World Series.
Bob Starr made his impact on the North Platte sporting world immediately.In 1973, a year after taking the reins of the Bulldog football program, Starr guided the Bulldogs to a Big 10 title over Grand Island after winning the Big 10 West Division in the regular season.“It was a such a special game that they filmed it in color,” said Lenny Hassel, a defensive assistant for Starr and a longtime teacher and administrator in North Platte.Starr died in Colorado last week after a battle with...
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