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CEDAR BLUFFS – Cedar Bluffs volleyball coach Nate Greene welcomes back six starters and nine players who saw varsity action last season during the Wildcats 14-14 campaign on the hardwood.

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WAHOO – A veteran Wahoo softball team won 18 games last season against just 11 losses. It was the school’s first winning season since the 2014 season, when they posted a 20-16 record.

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WAHOO – For the first time in nearly four decades, the Bishop Neumann football team will be led onto the field by someone other than Coach Tim Turman.

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YUTAN – Graduation losses and a devastating transfer have left veteran Coach Brett Kmiecik with a multitude of challenges heading into the 2019 softball season.

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ASHLAND – With 17 returning starters back from an 8-3 playoff team, veteran Coach Ryan Thompson and the Ashland-Greenwood Bluejays have high expectations heading into the 2019 season.

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RAYMOND – Raymond Central Public School’s new assistant high school principal and activities director has a lifetime of experience that has readied him for the unique challenges of educational administration.

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SPRINGFIELD – The Wahoo State Bank Reds saw their bid to qualify for the 2019 Class B Legion State Tournament come to an end with a 9-6 loss to Springfield in the Area 2 championship game on July 24 at Buffalo Park in Springfield.

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FREMONT - Kate Strickland of Lincoln became the youngest champion on July 17 at Fremont Golf Club, cruising to win the 96th Nebraska Women’s Match Play Championship over another young player, Lauren Thiele of Wahoo, 6-and-4.

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WAVERLY – The Wahoo State Bank Reds opened the Class B Area 2 tournament with a 4-0 shutout win over Ashland at Buffalo Park in Springfield on July 19.

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BRAINARD – After winning the Class D-1 championship in 2017, the East Butler Tigers finished 3-6 a year ago, with the season ending with a loss in the playoffs to eventual state semifinalist Exeter-Milligan/Friend.

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WAVERLY – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues opened play in the Class B Area 2 tournament with a tough eight inning loss at the hands of Elkhorn Training Camp on July 12 at Lawson Park in Waverly.

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YUTAN – Two years removed from winning the school’s first ever state championship, the Yutan Chieftain football team is still in rebuild mode.

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WAHOO – The Wahoo State Bank Reds improved to 16-10 on the season with a 12-1 five inning win over Auburn at Sam Crawford Field in Wahoo on July 7.

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WAHOO – After nearly four decades as a member of the Capitol Conference, Wahoo High School will join five other high schools in the new Trailblazer Conference for the 2020-2021 school year.

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WAHOO – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues Junior Legion baseball team finished with a record of 3-0 last week.

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WAVERLY – The Wahoo State Bank Reds Senior Legion Baseball team finished with a record of 2-2 while competing in their league tournament last week.

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SEWARD – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues improved to 8-10 on the season after scoring a 7-2 win on the road against the Seward Bluejays on June 29.

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WAHOO – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues finished with a record of 1-1 in pool play of the Sam Crawford Tournament over the weekend.

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LINCOLN – The Nebraska School Activities Association announced the recipients of the Spring 2018-2019 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association Academic All-State Awards.

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WAKEFIELD – The Wahoo State Bank Reds played six games last week, culminating with the annual wood bat tournament in Wakefield over the weekend.

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WAKEFIELD – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues started play last week with an 18-9 four inning setback on the road against the Crete Cardinals on June 4.

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FREMONT – The “dark” team got a team-high 23 points from Bishop Neumann graduate Kobey Simons on Saturday night in Fremont in the 13th annual Warrior Basketball Classic on June 1 at Midland University.

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KEARNEY – The North team ‘got physical’ Saturday in the 61st annual Shrine Bowl football game played at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

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WAHOO – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues opened the 2019 Legion baseball season with a 13-5 setback at the hands of Bellevue West at Sam Crawford Field in Wahoo on May 25.

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WAHOO – The Wahoo State Bank Reds suffered their first loss of the season on May 30 at Boyd Park in Omaha against Omaha Central.