Cornhusker Boys Staters have fought hard all week with anticipation of competing for a championship in a variety of athletics. While some towns were crowned champions, some towns were given a harsh dose of reality. However, not one team went down without putting up a valiant fight. One thing all of the staters get to walk away with isn’t a championship, but an experience of a lifetime. Here are the results from championship Friday: CBS Results Day 4-Championships (2023)
Cornhusker Boys State held it’s second annual basketball and softball games and they truly were a star studded event! Softball was dominated by Team Troiola with a winning score of 11-2 in a game that truly was never in question. Basketball was a nail biter and came down to the wire. Team Troiola was leading by 15 points at halftime, but unfortunately they couldn’t hang on to seal the victory with a loss to team Succhi 60-66. Regular games will resume on Friday to determine the championships in each athletic area.
Cornhusker Boys Staters are headed into the all star break and it couldn’t come at a better time. Some of the towns have been plagued by the injury bug the last few days and players need some time to recover. However, the players who have shown up and show out will soon grace the court and field in the second annual CBS All Star softball and basketball games that will be held on Thursday. You can find todays final scores here: CBS Results Day 3 (2023)
Cornhusker Boys State staters are out here hitting dingers, throwing down windmill dunks, launching footballs across the gridiron, and sending spikes down that even John Cook would marvel at. Day two of athletics has launched some towns to some very impressive records, while day two left some towns in a deficit that they are looking to dig themselves out of. Here are the results from day two: CBS Results Day 2 (2023)
Cornhusker Boys Staters got into the action today as they took the field, stepped up to the plate, and hit the courts in competitions that pit their newly founded towns against each other. Some teams have gotten off to a very fast start, while others have some growing pains to work out. The following are the results from day 1: