Six wrestlers finished in the top five, including three champions, at the RMAC Championships tournament Saturday in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Taylor Summers, senior of Plymouth, 133-pounds; Chance Helmick, junior of Beatrice, 174-pounds; and Cooper Cogdill, sophomore of Chadron, heavyweight, finished the day 3-0 at the top of the podium.
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.
The Chadron State College men’s basketball team fell to 2-19 overall after losing to Colorado Christian University 90-81 Friday night, before being shut down Saturday 87-57 to Colorado School of Mines, Golden.
The Eagle’s softball team won one out of six games at the Eckerd College Spring Invitational, Clearwater, Florida, last weekend.
The women’s basketball team allowed two home games slip away from them at the Chicoine Center last weekend. The two losses hurt the Eagles playoff hopes, which were already a long shot due to their 6-12 record going into the weekend.
Seven Eagles—three women and four men—placed in their respective events at the Colorado School of Mines D-II Invite.
After falling to the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves Friday night by 30 points, the Chadron State College men’s basketball team fought hard, but came up short to the Cowboys of New Mexico Highlands University Saturday night, losing 85-80.
The Chadron State women’s basketball team suffered a loss against Colorado State University-Pueblo, 77-54, Friday, but were able to jump to the 11th spot in the RMAC with a win over New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 77-71, Saturday.
The Chadron State softball team opens its season this weekend at the Eckerd College Spring Invitational in Clearwater, Florida.
The Eagle wrestlers won two more duals this week to finish at the top spot in the conference with a 6-0 RMAC-dual record. CSC defeated New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 19-17, and Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado, 21-18. Both duals came down to the final match as the decision maker, again.