"Once I let it fly, I just kept letting it fly," says Shelley, whose hot-shooting night comes on the heels of her triple-double recorded last week.
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Kwat Abdelkarim has hit some clutch shots in Lincoln North Star's gym before. He added a couple more Monday night.
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For a group of five seniors that had dreamed of putting Beatrice back on the hoops map, the final horn signaled that all the work had been worth it.
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Creighton lost its winning streak and maybe a shot at a second-straight regular season title after falling to Xavier on Saturday.
"We truly thought defense was going to either carry us to a win or prevent us from a win," Beatrice coach Clark Ribble said.
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“He’s a great team player and now he’s getting that mentality of shooting whenever he’s open.”
Sam Haiby led the Husker with 22 points. Freshman Annika Stewart added 12 points, including two big three-pointers late.
Club basketball teammates Kwat Abdelkarim and Carter Glenn squared off, both went for 20-plus, and the Gators prevailed on their home court.
Down by double-digits in the third quarter, Ryan Reeder looked at his boys basketball team. "Everyone was just calm." The coolness led to a hot finish.
Sometimes, a little confidence is all you need. And Pierce Bazil's three-pointer off the backboard early in the game paved the way for a big night.
Waverly sophomore Preston Harms made a pair of fourth-quarter three-pointers led the Vikings to a 50-41 win Friday night.
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Jones’ pair of three-pointers in the fourth quarter and big plays on defense led the Rockets to a narrow 51-50 victory over East on Tuesday night.
Trailing by seven to Fremont, the senior had some words for the Thunderbolts: “I kind of told my teammates losing isn’t an option here, leaving everything out there."
Lancaster County resident Carter Ruse, who scored 19 points, "wanted to come out and play for the kids who haven’t had their seasons start yet."
A familiar face is heading back to the Class C-2 state championship game. No. 1 BRLD will defend its state title on Saturday after defeating No. 4 Sutton 59-51 in overtime on Friday at the Devaney Sports Center.
The Spartans rallied with a suffocating defense in the second quarter that held Fremont to just three points on 1-for-7 seven shooting.
No. 7 Fremont advanced to the state tournament with a 47-32 win against No. 5 Lincoln Southwest in the A-7 district final at Al Bahe Gymnasium.