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The NCA awards banquet is coming up Sunday. The NCA All-Star basketball games are Monday, Volleyball is set for Tuesday. All-Star Softball will be Wednesday (7/25) in Lincoln. Executive Director Darin Boysen discusses the events. 

Softball Roster
Girls Basketball Roster
Boys Basketball Roster
Volleyball Roster

Darin Boysen


The 39th Annual NCA All-Star Girls' Basketball Game

Monday, July 23rd, 2018, 6:00 p.m.
Lincoln North Star High School

Televised on NET


The All-Star selection process begins late in the respective sports season. Every member coach has the opportunity to nominate deserving senior student-athlete(s). Once all nominations are received, an evaluation form, which includes both career and senior season statistics are sent to all member coaches. Coaches rate the players they have seen on all-star potential and attitude. The goal: players selected will represent the best student-athletes in all parts of the state, as well as representing the sport and themselves in a positive manner. Once evaluations are returned, they are tabulated and the final results are made available to the selection committee. The All-Star selection committee is made up of coaches from throughout the state. All-Star Coaches are selected in a manner similar to that of the All-Star players, as the respective sports advisory committee members nominate peers to coach the teams. The coach's records, career stats, and longevity are then taken into consideration and the sports advisory committees make their selection. Funding for the games depends on the support offered by each community having a player selected. Tickets are sold by each player's coach in advance, and these All-Star "Boosters", in addition to five tickets, will receive a line ad in the All-Star program. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to contact their respective coaches regarding the sponsorship of the student-athletes in the All-Star Games. The NCA also receives support for the games from Nebraska Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic of Lincoln, who sponsors the All-Star plaques given to each player, manager, and coach participating in the games. Without the support of the individual communities and corporate contributors, the games would be impossible for the NCA to sponsor. Your words of appreciation to these people would help us tremendously. The NCA would like to thank each community in advance for their support of the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Games.


Girls Basketball Rosters

Nathan Behlke

McCook, NE - MNB Bank seniors regular season would end on a sour note on Saturday at the Jaycee Complex as MNB Bank would drop a pair of games to the Alliance Spartans. Alliance winning game one 7-5 and taking game two by a score of 9-1. MNB Bank wrapping up the regular season on a three-game losing skid will take a 20-13 record into the post-season starting on Thursday, July 19th in Holdrege. The first round matchup for MNB Bank has yet to be officially announced by the Nebraska American Legion. All MNB Bank post season games will be carried live on The Zone 93.9 &

Game 1 
Alliance  7 Runs, 9 Hits, 2 Errors 
MNB Bank  5 Runs, 9 Hits, 4 Errors 

Game 2 
Alliance  9 Runs, 10 Hits, 0 Errors 
MNB Bank  1 Run, 7 Hits, 3 Errors 


The MNB Bank Seniors have received the #2 seed in the Class B6 area tournament that will start on Thursday, July 19th in Holdrege. MNB Bank will battle #7 seed Doniphan-Trumbull in the opening round of the double-elimination format.  Listen to all the postseason action of the MNB Bank Seniors on 93.9 The Zone and online


Class B6 Seniors Bracket

Columbus, NE - The McCook First Central Bank juniors would fall twice at the Class B State American Legion baseball tournament losing to Elkhorn Mt Michael and Alliance in the double-elimination tournament field. FCB McCook would drop the first game of the tournament 12-5 to Elkhorn Mt Michael on Saturday. Then turn around and play an elimination game at 10am on Sunday and fall short to Alliance 13-3. First Central Bank season comes to an end at 21-10. 

Saturday, July 14th 
Elkhorn Mt Michael 12 Runs, 11 Hits, 3 Errors 
McCook FCB  7 Runs, 5 Hits, 3 Errors 

Sunday, July 15th 
Alliance  13 Runs, 11 Hits, 2 Errors 
McCook FCB  3 Runs, 8 Hits, 6 Errors 

McCook, NE - A leadoff home run by Jackson Miller would get Kearney Jerseys Sports Grill off to the right start on Wednesday night at the Jaycee Sports Complex that would turn to never looking back winning the Mid Nebraska Leauge Championship game over MNB Bank 5-3. MNB Bank would tie the game up in the third inning at one a piece with DJ Gross scoring from third on a wild pitch, but Kearney would answer right away taking the lead for good in the fourth with two runs to take a 3-1 advantage. MNB Bank would trail 5-1 going into the bottom of the 7th inning. MNB would get runners at third and second when Kaleb Taylor would bring around Cam Berry and Derek Greenlee on a two rbi triple to make it 5-3 Kearney. That would be the end of the McCook threat as Kearney would make a pitching change to then get Seth Dugger to ground out to 2nd base to end the game. Clayton Stevens would suffer his first loss on the mound of the season going 6 innings with 96 pitches giving up 10 hits and 5 runs. Stevens did have 8 strikeouts. With the loss, MNB Bank is now 20-11 on the season. Kearney Jerseys Sports Grill is now 19-13 on the season with the victory. MNB Bank will wrap up the regular season with a doubleheader at the Jaycee Complex hosting Alliance. 


A slow start last night for the First Central Bank McCook Jr Legion Baseball Team as they played for an area championship last night against Kearney County (Minden) for a chance to head to the State Legion Baseball Tournament. Kearney County in order for them to advance to state they would have to defeat First Central Bank McCook twice, FCB didn’t let that happen as the 5th inning proved to be a big inning for FCB scoring 10 runs on there way to a 12-2 victory.  Next action for FCB Juniors will be the State Tournament that will take place on Saturday, July 14th in Columbus. Full Interview with Head Coach Kaden Sitzman after the win.


Kaden Sitzman


The 2018 McCook Football League (MFL) will get underway with practices, and games.  This is a different and updated schedule from years past. View the complete schedule below.

Friday, July 6th 
MNB Bank 5, Liberal 2 

Saturday, July 7th 
MNB Bank 5, Russell 4 

Sunday, July 8th 
MNB Bank 4, Longmont 0 
MNB Bank 6, Longmont CO 17U 5 
Hays 10, MNB Bank 0 

MNB Bank now 20-10 on the year will next be in action on Wednesday, July 11th hosting Kearney Jerseys for the Mid Nebraska League Championship game. First pitch is set for 7pm. Listen to the game live on The Zone 93.9 and online 

McCook, NE - First Central Bank McCook will play for an area championship on Tuesday night as they find themselves in the drivers seat after three wins to open up the post-season. McCook won on Friday 7-0 over Cozad. Took down Holdrege on Saturday, 14-4. Defeated Kearney County Sunday 17-9 to advance to the championship round. Kearney County and Gothenburg will do battle Monday night to determine who will play McCook Tuesday night at the Jaycee Complex. The winner of that game in order for them to advance to state they would have to defeat First Central Bank McCook twice on Tuesday night. Class B juniors state tournament will be held in Columbus starting Saturday, July 14th. 

Class B Area 6 Juniors Bracket 

Kaden Sitzman

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