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There were two sides to the Fort Calhoun girls basketball team's performance Tuesday against Omaha Brownell-Talbot and senior Kinsley Wimer recognized that.

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Fort Calhoun's Zane Schwarz scored 17 points in an overtime game last week, sinking key late free throws to earn the Pioneers a win. The sophomore was nominated alongside fellow standouts Remington Gay of Arlington and Ella Ross of Blair.

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For two quarters, the Fort Calhoun and Yutan girls basketball teams battled in a tight, defensive-minded ballgame Saturday afternoon.

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The Fort Calhoun boys basketball team fell to 1-4 against teams with winning records Saturday, dropping a 67-34 game at Class C2 No. 2 Yutan.

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The Arlington boys basketball team's two-game winning streak came to a close at home Tuesday as the North Bend Central Tigers earned a 73-32 road rout.

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The No. 1 girls basketball team in Class C1 didn't allow Arlington to score its 10th and 11th points of Tuesday's game until midway through the third period.

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Fort Calhoun wrestler Cole Klabunde had two pins, including one in just 23 seconds, during a home triangular to win Athlete of the Week honors. The Pioneer was nominated alongside standouts Treyton Jones of Blair and Aiden Foreman of Arlington.

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Fort Calhoun Youth Sports Organization wrestlers lined up and were introduced to the crowd Thursday between the high school Pioneers' home triangular duals against Louisville and Platteview.

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Kailynn Gubbels scored 21 points Friday as the Arlington girls basketball team warmed up for its neighbor to the west with a 65-22 victory at Raymond Central.

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The Blair High School basketball teams' Friday night trip to Nebraska City was postponed by the snowstorm that moved through southeast Nebraska that evening.

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The Arlington girls basketball team finished Tuesday's game at Wisner-Pilger on a 12-1 scoring run, earning its first win of 2020, 48-36.

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The 3-7 Arlington boys basketball team hung with the 6-3 Wisner-Pilger Gators for three quarters Tuesday before the home team put away the Eagles with a 15-8 fourth period.

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For the first time, the Athlete of the Week Poll ended in a tie between Fort Calhoun's Tessa Skelton and Arlington's Trevor Cooley. They each finished with 280 social media votes, while a third deserving nominee, Blair's Wyatt Ogle, also earned more than 100.

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Logan View/Scribner-Snyder boys basketball coach Sean Forbes was none too pleased to see Fort Calhoun's Brant Hilzendeger find a hole in his defense 2 feet from the basket Monday.

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