Colter Hanft from Tongue River is a gifted all-around athlete and he decided on football at the next level, signing a letter of intent with Chadron State in Nebraska. In his senior year on the gridiron, Hanft was an All-State pick in 2A as he made 75 tackles from his linebacker spot with 3 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery, and a touchdown. Hanft was productive on offense too catching 32 balls from the tight end position for 405 yards and 5 touchdowns. He also ran the ball for 142 yards and 3 scores.

In his junior season. Hanft made All-State with 100 tackles on defense, 29 catches for 481 yards, and 3 TDs on offense plus 27 carries for 131 yards and four touchdowns running the football.

Right after football, Hanft went right into basketball, making the 2A All-State team averaging 15 points and 7 rebounds per game. He was an All-Conference pick in his junior year with 13 points and 6 rebounds per game.

Right after basketball, Hanft went at it in track and field, and in 2023, he was 4th in the 2A shot-put at the State Outdoor Meet with a toss of 43-1.25. He placed 6th at State in the discus going 127-6 plus he qualified for the State Meet in the 100-meter dash.

In his sophomore season, he took 6th in both the shot and discus at the 2A State Meet and ran the opening leg on the Eagles 2A State Championship 1600 Medley Relay team.

Chadron State plays in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in Division II.

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