MAXWELL — The Maxwell wrestling team continued its impressive season Thursday with a pair of runaway wins over a pair of out-manned opponents.The Wildcats defeated Stapleton and Medicine Valley by scores of 77-0 and 78-0, respectively. On a night when Stapleton dressed four wrestlers and Medicine Valley just two, matches were limited.One wrestler who got two matches for the Wildcats was undefeated, three-time state champion Cameron Riggs at 138 pounds.
Lincoln Pius X won its fourth straight game and fifth in six tries with a 73-57 victory over North Platte Saturday at the Dawg House in North Platte.The Thunderbolts (8-5) put up 45 points in the first half, continuing a trend of offensive efficiency that’s seen Pius average 78.5 points during the four-game win streak, including 85 Friday in a 17-point victory over Lincoln High. "To be honest, I was fairly pleased with how we played," North Platte head coach Matt Kaminski said.
MAXWELL — After starting slow, South Loup leaned on its full-court pressure defense, holding Maxwell to just six points over the second and third quarters on its way to a 42-22 victory.Maxwell (6-7) jumped out to a 6-1 lead and held the Lady Bobcats (10-1) without a make from the field until the 6 minute, 22 second mark of the second quarter, but only led 7-6 after the first quarter.South Loup pounced, getting good looks off turnovers via the full-court press and taking an 8-7 lead on the...
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