Bancroft-Rosalie senior Rebekah Henschen recently visited Columbus, Ohio, as a National Council Delegate of the Girl Scouts.
Daughter of Rev. Nathan and Rhonda Henschen, she was chosen by Dakota Horizons. During her trip, she sat through a business meeting conducted using parliamentary procedure as well as networked with girls from the around the country, toured the Center of Science and Industry museum and completed a community service project.
"We were honored to have Rebekah take the lead and be a spokeswoman for our 12,000 member council," said Amanda Heggeseth, senior director of member support.
The Wolverine Youth Sports organization is sponsoring a wrestling clinic Saturday morning at the Bancroft-Rosalie school.
The clinic is open to students in kindergarten through 12th grade and will be held from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Cost is $15.
Helping with the clinic are Craig Brester, four-time Nebraska state qualifier and two-time champion; Seth Stender, whose resume mirrors Brester's, and Joe Berg, a three-time state qualifier and state champion.
Registration forms can be picked up in the school office. Questions can be directed to Lance Sovde at 712-310-2713 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After winning the East Husker Conference champion title at Columbus earlier this month, the BRLD Wolverine boys cross country team placed second at districts at Pender and are heading to the state meet Friday at Kearney.
The BRLD boys team finished with 63 points, 29 points behind first place Crofton.
Topping the runners was senior Zach Bridges who finished in ninth place with a time of 18:00.53. Others helping with team points were Brayden Anderson in 13th place, Reid Preston in 16th, Micah Henschen in 28th, Devin Hegge in 30th and Zach Hegge in 39th.
For the girls, MorningStar Roundstone finished 55th and Ashley Lecher finished 64th.
Coaching the athletes is Paul Timm.
Congratulations to this week's "GRR" Students of the Week: Gavan Coons, Emelia Nolting, Broderick Buck, Thomas Hunter, Lane Kramer, Brayden Paulsen, Hailey Punke, Micah Tarman, Maddox VanKirk and Lilliana Spears for P-3; Cora Cooney, Kayl Gomez, Hailie Cremeans, Gabby Gatzemeyer, Donovan Snyder, Belle Warner and Elyse Raasch for 4-7, and Ryleigh Liewer, Takeru Oba, Zoe Sjuts, Andrea Hunter and Miguel Madrid for 8-12.