Local High School athletes commit to collegiate level
Kearney High Signing Day: We were one Bearcat shy of double digit signees at Kearney High School this afternoon. But
Nathan Murray is heading to the MIAA playing football signing with Lindenwood.
Jake Skala is going the JUCO route, playing baseball at Barton County CC.
Cory Kitt put pen to paper as he latched on to play football at Buena Vista for head coach Grant Mollring.
Avery Wood chose the blue and gold as a future UNK softball student/athlete.
Keegan Thurston has also chosen the Loper Diamond, choosing baseball at Memorial Field.
Hunter Novacek makes it three Bearcats staying home as he signed on for football with Coach Lynn.
Daisy Maessner is taking her speed to Hastings and running for the Broncos in the fall, and classmate Ian Bauer is joining her on the Bronco Track and Field team.
Last, but certainly not least, Isaiah Stalbird earning a Scott Frost walk–on to the University of Nebraska football team.
Kearney Catholic Signing Day: What has become a football factory at Kearney Catholic sees a new school record with six kids signing to play college ball.
Five of which staying on the gridiron, after leading the stars to back–to–back playoff appearances.