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4 hrs ago | The Hastings Tribune
Laura Bernero/Tribune Deb Hartman, fifth grade teacher and wife of Doniphan-Trumbull head coach Steve Hartman, enjoys the Cardinal boys basketball team's first-round game against Sutton at the Class C-2 state basketball tournament Thursday in Lincoln.
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6 hrs ago | The Papillion Times
The No. 2-seeded Blue Devils used a 10-0 to open the second quarter of a Class C-1 quarterfinal against No.
10 hrs ago | The Papillion Times
Wahoo Neumann raced to a 23-14 first-quarter lead Thursday and wasn't threatened again until late in the fourth quarter as the Cavaliers routed Boone Central/Newman Grove 90-72 in the Class C-1 quarterfinals.
10 hrs ago | Ralston Recorder
Gretna's Maren Soupir looks to turn the corner past Emma Areman of Norris in the fourth quarter of the match-up between the EMC foes.
Kulm scored a Class C-1 State Tournament record 40 points as the Trojans outlasted Fairbury 77-66 at the Devaney Center.
The top-ranked and unbeaten Whippets were as good as advertised, using a relentless attack to run past the Trojans 79-49 in Friday's Class C-1 State Tournament semifinal at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
It wasn't vintage Ty Danielson, but the senior guard did enough Thursday to help York pass its first-round test at the Class B boys state basketball tournament.
After winning the Class D-1 football state championship, Exeter-Milligan is anxious to make another run at a title.
John Gaughan grew up in Omaha and moved to Las Vegas in 1951 made a name for himself - the "king of slots" - in the gambling industry.
Doniphan-Trumbul's Riley Wiltfong puts up a shot against the defense of Sutton's Nicholas Hohensee in the Class C-2 district final March 3 in Hastings.
Bellevue West ran out to a 16-point lead before Millard West even made its first bucket Friday in the semifinals of the Class A State Tournament.
Omaha Benson produced some outstanding defensive moments Friday night in claiming a spot in the Class A championship game for the first time.
Somewhere around the time Bellevue West hit a 3-pointer on its third straight possession in the first quarter, Thunderbirds coach Marc Kruger looked up at the scoreboard with an expression shared by most fans at Pinnacle Bank Arena.