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After two subpar sets to start the Nebraska Capitol Conference (NCC) Tournament at third-seeded Platteview, the Fort Calhoun volleyball team stepped up their play Tuesday during the third.

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Lina Scott of Blair High School had three homers, including a grand slam, during her team's subdistrict tournament. The Bear was nominated for Athlete of the Week honors alongside Fort Calhoun's Grant Halford and Arlington's Kailynn Gubbels.

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Abby Stromer did all she could from her shortstop position to get to the ball, but her throw to first base didn't quite beat the Tekamah-Herman runner.

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The Fort Calhoun softball season ended Thursday at the Class C District 1 Tournament in Arlington, but not before the seventh-seeded Pioneers put a scare into No. 2 Wahoo Neumann.

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The Blair cross-country team competed at the Eastern Midlands Conference (EMC) Meet on Wednesday, finishing second on the girls' side and fourth in the boys' standings.

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Both gyms at Blair High School were busy Saturday as the Bears hosted the seven-team Eastern Midlands Conference (EMC) Tournament.

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It took some determination Tuesday night, but the Blair softball team earned the Class B Subdistrict 2 Tournament title with 12-11, nine-inning victory against Ralston at the Youth Softball Complex.

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Athlete of the Week Lyndsay Ralhfs of Blair came up with the big 3-RBI hit against Bennington, pushing the Bears to a victory on Senior Night. Arlington's Remington Gay and Fort Calhoun's Dala Drowne were also nominated for this video interview after standout weeks.

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The Arlington girls golf season ended Tuesday at the Class C District 2 Tournament at Oakland Golf Club.

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A little more than a week removed from his unanimous decision victory against Myles Jury in Dublin, Ireland, former UFC champion and current 28-8 Bellator MMA standout Benson Henderson returned to Blair on Saturday for Dana College Homecoming festivities.

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Elizabeth Olson, Elizabeth Morrison and Kaylie Erwin finished within the top 15 Thursday as the Arlington girls cross-country team had a standout showing at the Raymond Central Invite.

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The Arlington softball team was scheduled to play five games from Thursday to Friday, but wound up just going 2-0 at home.

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