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The St. Paul's Lutheran School volleyball team earned a second-place finish Saturday during its annual trip to the Lutheran Invitational State Tournament in Lincoln.The runner-up finish was the … more
Arlington standouts Kylee Bruning and Paige Kraemer recently earned first-team softball status as the Nebraska Capitol Conference (NCC) announced its postseason honors.Bruning and Kraemer were on the … more
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The rabid Blair defense attacked the Ralston Rams and the footballs they were unable to hold onto Friday night at Krantz Field.The Bears scored 50 points offensively, but ripped six turnovers and … more
Senior Mary Roskens is committing herself to one more cross-country race.The Blair Bears and she put in hard work — from summer through Thursday's Class B-2 District meet — and extended … more
The Fort Calhoun Pioneers were really fast Thursday during the Class C District 1 cross-country meet.“It was running like a track out there,” coach Kyle McMahon said.The Pioneers … more
Arlington junior Colby Grefe has been steadfast and consistent this cross-country season.“He never had a bad meet,” Eagles coach Michaela Curran said.And that fact continued through … more
The Fort Calhoun football team made the most of their final home game of 2020.The Pioneers (2-6 overall) hosted and routed winless Omaha Concordia on Friday night, 48-8.“Our whole team really … more
Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports.Coaches … more
Arlington junior Chase Andersen tied the school record for match kills Thursday as the Eagles earned a five-set, Nebraska Capitol Conference consolation victory.AHS came back from a 2-1 deficit to … more
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