Nahatabaa Nacona set a single-game school record with 12 steals Friday, but it wasn’t enough as North Platte Community College fell to Northeast Community College 75-52 at McDonald-Belton Gymnasium in North Platte.The 5-foot-3 freshman point guard out of Chinle, Arizona, did it at both ends of the court, adding 11 points, five rebounds and four assists. "She’s really good with her hands when she doesn’t reach," NPCC head coach Ashley Bell said.
Undefeated South Loup will try for a perfect season and a Class D1 state title Monday at Memorial Stadium.Standing in the way of the Bobcats (12-0) are the East Butler Tigers (10-2), out of Brainard, which defeated Howells-Dodge, 22-12, in the semifinals.In the west bracket, South Loup rode its 6-foot-4 senior quarterback to a 34-14 victory over Medicine Valley. Rush carried the ball 45 times, gaining 243 yards, adding four touchdowns.
CALLAWAY — Jack Rush certainly lived up to his name.South Loup’s senior quarterback ran for 243 yards and four touchdowns on 45 attempts Monday, carrying the Bobcats past Medicine Valley 34-14 in the Class D1 semifinals.“We may have to carry Jack to Lincoln, but I don’t care, we’ll carry him,” South Loup head coach Andy Schwarz joked. “This is insane. I’ve dreamed about going to Lincoln for a long time.
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