In association with the Northwest Nebraska Trails Association and the National Forest Service, volunteers from Chadron State’s fifth annual The Big Event began clearing hiking trails south of Chadron.
Author: Justine Stone
CSC All-American thrower Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, outdid herself in the throwing events, once again, Sunday at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Tom Benish Invitational.
CSC’s Cory Martens, redshirt sophomore of Newton, Kansas, provisionally qualified for the NCAA D-II National Outdoor Track and Field Championships in all three throwing events, winning those events, and setting a school record at the Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota, Yellow Jacket Spring Open Saturday.
College is a huge adjustment for us, leaving home and life as we knew it for 17 or 18 years, typically, can be overwhelming. But this is only the start of even bigger adventures and adjustments to come in our near futures.
Chadron State track and field seniors Stachia Reuwsaat, of Black Hawk, South Dakota; Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado; and Tessa Gorsuch, of Rapid City, South Dakota, earned the program’s first team trophy at a national meet, placing third of 80 teams at the 2017 NCAA D-II Indoor Track and Field Championships this weekend in Birmingham, Alabama.
If you’re a fan of Japanese steakhouses or sushi bars, and even if you’re not, you should take a trip to Rapid City, South Dakota, to dine at Fuji Steakhouse & Sushi Bar. While the 90-minute drive from Chadron is an inconvenience, you won’t be disappointed.
Seniors Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado, and Stachia Reuwsaat, of Black Hawk, South Dakota, won the weight throw and long jump, respectively, Friday and Saturday at the University of Washington Husky Classic, Seattle.
Senior Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado, continued her successful indoor season, claiming the first-place spot in the women’s weight throw with a 70 feet, 10 1/4 inch-toss at the University of Colorado Invitational Meet, Boulder, Friday and Saturday.