There will be no JV Games in St. Mary's on Thur., Feb. 9th. The Varsity Girls will take the court at 6 pm followed by the Varsity Boys.
There is a time change for the West Holt vs Niobrara-Verdigre game on Tues., Feb. 7, 2023. The JV Girls game will start at 4 pm instead of the scheduled time of 4:45 pm. The game will be played in the Niobrara High School Gym.
The C team game with O’Neill scheduled for Monday February 6th has been Canceled.
On Wednesday, January 25, 2023, the 28 members of the FCCLA Chapter traveled to Boyd County to compete at the District 9 STAR competition. STAR stands for Students Taking Action with Recognition. They are Competitive Events in which members compete at the regional/district, state, and national levels. Students are recognized for proficiency and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership skills, and career . . .
The West Holt boys split last week, winning the game with Neligh-Oakdale at home on Tuesday and dropping one at O’Neill on Thursday. The Huskies got off to a slow start. After 4.5 minutes the score was 3-4, but our press paid off with a couple easy buckets to gain a first quarter lead. Three minutes into the 2nd quarter, Neligh tied up the game at 12. Neligh was defending . . .
Two West Holt Wrestlers earned their 100th win at the Ord Meet on Thur., Jan. 27, 2023. Isaac Pistulka, senior, is the son of Paul and Corinne Pistulka. He wrestles at the 160 weight class. Caleb Davis, junior, is the son of Brady and Miechelle Davis. He wrestles at the 152 weight class. Congratulations to these two great athletes.
The West Holt State Dance Team Shirts can be ordered NOW! Click on the image below to order your shirt. You can choose from a Short SleevedT-Shirt, Long Sleeved T-Shirt, Hooded Sweatshirt, Crewneck Sweatshirt, Drop Shoulder Sweatshirt, or a Fleece Hoodie. All orders are due by Mon., Feb. 6th at 11:59 pm.
The West Holt Lady Huskies traveled to Elgin Friday night to take on the 12 and 3 EPPJ Wolfpack. The Wolfpack jumped out to an early lead by knocking down outside shots and limiting the Huskies offensive opportunities. The Huskies trailed 12 to 5 heading into the 2 nd . In the 2 nd the Huskies got going offensively and were able to cut into the Wolfpack lead outscoring them 11 to 9 during that quarter. In the . . .