Keyword: High school basketball

HOOPS UPDATE: FCHS boys drop subdistrict final, set …

The Fort Calhoun boys basketball team lost its Class C1 Subdistrict 3 finals game at Omaha Concordia on Thursday, 59-34.The 25-point loss dropped the Pioneers to 19-5, but didn't end their …

HOOPS UPDATE: Bears win subdistrict finals, move onto …

Both the Blair boys and girls basketball teams were victorious Wednesday night, clinching their subdistrict tournament titles.Coach Matt Aschoff's girls (17-6 overall) defeated South Sioux City 38-36 …

Arlington girls edge FCHS in conference tourney

The Fort Calhoun girls basketball team won its last game going into the Nebraska Capitol Conference Tournament, while Arlington fell short in its.As a result, the Eagles used Friday's postgame …

Weather, staff absenteeism lead to basketball …

The weekend's basketball games didn't stand a chance.Even before the first flurry, Washington County's slate of weekend basketball games were postponed by the end of Thursday night.Syracuse informed …

Putting game on tape

The Arlington boys basketball team outscored Blair 65-62 over four periods Monday at AHS, though a final score wasn't what either team was after during the Jamboree exhibition matchup.The Eagles and …

Blair girls hustle in exhibition win at Arlington

Though her last two basketball seasons ended early by injury, Blair High School senior Avory French still held her ground in the lane and took a charge during Monday's exhibition at Arlington.The …

County basketball players honored by Omaha newspaper

High school basketball players from Blair, Arlington and Fort Calhoun were recently recognized as honorable mention athletes by the Omaha World-Herald.Blair boys to make the Class B list were Luke …

Fort Calhoun girls make major comeback at AHS

At the foul line with 6.5 seconds left wasn't exactly where Fort Calhoun senior Abbie Anderson wanted to be. “I, honestly, hate pressure,” the 5-foot-5 guard said Friday at Arlington High …

Eagles beat Pioneers in NCC tourney meeting

The Arlington boys basketball team went on a 13-0 first-period run and led throughout, besting Fort Calhoun 63-57 Thursday during a home Nebraska Capitol Conference consolation tilt.“County …
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