HHS boys win own track meet
Glancing at the initial seedings for the Hastings High track and field invitational, boys head coach Dave Johnson and the rest of his staff didn't feel that the Tigers had a very good chance of winning Friday.
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STC's Farmer laid it all on the line
Ten minutes have passed since the final buzzer of St. Cecilia's game at Minden.
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Asher develops game to lead Bluehawks to title
What a difference a year can make.
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Perfect ending to perfect season for Laux
The right pieces fell into place for Hastings High's Nolan Laux.
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Attitude, determination willed Bailey to championship
When the going gets tough, the tough get going, and Sutton's Tyler Bailey had plenty of chances to throw in the towel.
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HHS girls defeat Gators 1-0
Hastings High sophomore forward Markki Frazier's eyes opened wide when she saw Lincoln North Star goalkeeper Elaina Mayer positioned high in the goalie box.
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Tigers lose in shootout
After a scoreless 80 minutes of regulation, the Hastings Tigers and the Lincoln North Star Navigators matched goals in the first overtime Thursday to send the match into a shootout.
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St. Cecilia sweeps Sutton relays
SUTTON — For most of the day, track and field athletes were treated to a typical early spring day for Thursday's Sutton relay meet.
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