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In the wake of their 2019 FIFA World Cup win, several members of the team, including much of their talented attack, have faced questions about the possibility of their retirement.

Still On Top

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
February 1, 2021
Hold it: Focused on the fundamentals, Blake Rose (21) holds his follow through. The three pointer went down and helped the Dragons retake the lead as the fourth quarter was coming to a close. Rose finished the game shooting 40% from behind the arc.

Three-Pointer for the Win

Matthew McKinney, Staff Reporter
January 30, 2021
Future Business Leader: Member of FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), Karlee Lobsiger (21), wears a shirt featuring the clubs name wrapped around an American flag. In March, we go to a state tournament and compete by taking a test, Lobsiger said. We also do fundraising such as flower and butter braid sales. Each month, FBLA club members come together to discuss business and leadership opportunities.

Dragon Activity Shirts

Kalei Renner, Photo Editor
December 17, 2020
Team Spirit: The Patriots coached by Colton Munn (21) and Kaden Conrad (21) pose for a silly picture. I would highly recommend coaching flag football, Conrad said. Because it gives us an opportunity to teach kids the game of football while also letting them have fun doing it. The team finished the season with a record of 3-5.

The Boys Of Fall

Connor Bulgrin, Editor-In-Chief
December 16, 2020
While warming up for the Omaha North Dual, junior Julia Otto practices drills before the meet starts. The first meet of the season is always really nerve-racking, Otto said. But it helps to warm up before it starts so I can adjust to the pool and loosen up before I swim. The team won against Omaha North by one point.

Safe Swim Meets

Sophia Allen, Design Editor
December 15, 2020
RED HOT Goalkeeper Kelsey Johnson (21) holds the ball, waiting for her teammates to get open. I am most excited for being with everyone and practicing together, Johnson said. Its such a fun environment to be around and everyone gets along well with each other. Johnson prepared for the season with her own club team and goalkeeper training.

Train to Gain

Savannah Andrews, People Editor
December 10, 2020
What A Relief: It was so relieving and exciting when I got to finally sign, Mackenzie Devine (21) said. I chose Missouri Western because it had everything I wanted. I liked that it was only two hours from Omaha and an hour from Kansas City. I felt super welcome when I first visited there and it also had the program I wanted to study.

Signing To the Future

Lauren Eurich, Design Editor
December 8, 2020

On a Roll

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
December 8, 2020
Screen Time: While Kaylee Taylor (24) watches her screen, Chase Taylor (24) looks for his coach. My favorite part would be just playing games and having fun, Taylor said. The team was made up almost entirely of freshmen.

Game On!

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
December 8, 2020
Practice Cannot Make Perfect Due to COVID-19, the Nebraska Cornhuskers band and football teams are unable to prepare for their upcoming seasons. This pandemic hit ever sport, even those out of season.

Lack of Content?

Ethan Menning, Sports Editor
April 16, 2020
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