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12
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Lady Indians battle Lewiston, #1 FCSH Lady Irish in Pioneer

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TRI-COUNTY, WYMORE - The Pawnee City Lady Indians were the #8 seed heading into the 2018 Pioneer Conference Tournament last week and faced the #9 seed Lewiston and the #1 seed Falls City Sacred Heart.

P.C. vs. Lewiston

On Monday, February 3rd, the Lady Indians went up against Lewiston in the afternoon game at Tri-County.

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Wed
12
Feb
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HTRS collects two wins over T-C, Lewiston in Pioneer Conference

HTRS collects two wins over T-C, Lewiston in Pioneer Conference
HTRS collects two wins over T-C, Lewiston in Pioneer Conference
HTRS collects two wins over T-C, Lewiston in Pioneer Conference
HTRS collects two wins over T-C, Lewiston in Pioneer Conference

TRI-COUNTY, ODELL - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans went into the 2020 Pioneer Conference Basketball Tournament last week as the #7 seed.

HTRS vs. Tri-County

The Lady Titans took on the #10 Tri-County Lady Trojans on their home court on Monday, February 3rd and dispatched them easily by a 66-25 score.

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Thu
06
Feb
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Lady Indians take care of business against T-C

TRI-COUNTY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians picked up another win last week as they played Tri-County on Saturday, February 1st in a rescheduled game.

P.C. trailed 9-12 after the 1st period, but rallied back in the 2nd quarter to carry a 30-23 advantage into the locker rooms. Both teams scored 9 points in the 3rd quarter then P.C. went on a 12-7 run to end the game and win by a 51-39 score.

“Tri County is a very athletic, long, and scrappy team,” said Head Coach Dani Niss. “I was proud of how our girls weathered their pressure for the full game and took care of business. Madison Branek was able to capitalize on opportunities to score and had a nice game. Really, as a team this was another good showing. This group really does play for each other and it’s fun to work with them and challenge to improve every day. This was a good win for us going into the Pioneer Conference Tournament.”

Thu
06
Feb
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Sterling girls go on huge run to open game against Lewiston

Sterling girls go on huge run to open game against Lewiston
Sterling girls go on huge run to open game against Lewiston
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LEWISTON - First quarter scoring really hurt the Lewiston Lady Tigers in their game against Sterling on Friday night, January 31st.

Lewiston went almost seven minutes without scoring with missed shots and turnovers while Sterling went on a huge 18-0 scoring spree to open the game.

Meagan Sanders finally got LHS on the board with a freethrow at the 1:36 mark and then Carleigh Weyers hit a trey with just 40 seconds left to make it 4-18.

Sterling rebounded a shot for a bucket to end the 1st quarter at 20-4.

Katelyn Sanders traded buckets with Sterling to open the 2nd quarter, but then picked up her 2nd and 3rd fouls and went out with 4:14 showing.

Sterling converted more Lewiston turnovers into points in the final minutes of the half while K. Sanders scored Lewiston’s only other points off a rebound and putback. Sterling carried a 32-8 lead into the half. In the 3rd quarter, Sterling went up 36-8 before Weyers connected on a trey at the 6:05 mark.

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Feb
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Lewiston lets game get away from them in first half

Lewiston lets game get away from them in first half
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LEWISTON - Turnovers and missed shots plagued the Lewiston Tigers in the first half as they hosted the Sterling Jets on Friday night, January 31st. The Tigers had a very slow start to the game, but then went on a big run in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, Sterling held on to win the game by a 66-52 score.

Jon Janssen traded buckets with the Jets to open the game, and Mathew Barker hit a trey at the 6:28 mark for a 5-4 lead. Levi Meybrunn later added two freethrows, but Sterling went on a fourteen point run with the aid of two treys and numerous LHS turnovers to take an 18-7 lead.

Meybrunn finally broke the slump with a bucket down low, but Sterling carried a 24-9 lead into the 2nd period.

Sterling improved that lead to 31-9 before Barker hit a trey at the 4:54 mark. Meybrunn added a freethrow soon after and then two driving baskets to keep it a 17-37 game.

Wed
29
Jan
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Lewiston hangs tough with J-B Eagles in second half

Lewiston hangs tough with J-B Eagles in second half
Lewiston hangs tough with J-B Eagles in second half
Lewiston hangs tough with J-B Eagles in second half

LEWISTON - The first half was slow-going for the Lewiston boys’ basketball team on Tuesday night, January 21st when they hosted the Johnson-Brock Eagles.

Even though Lewiston outscored the Eagles in the second half of play, it was the first half where they initially lost the game.

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Scoring slumps hurt Lewiston Lady Tigers against J-B

Scoring slumps hurt Lewiston Lady Tigers against J-B
Scoring slumps hurt Lewiston Lady Tigers against J-B
Scoring slumps hurt Lewiston Lady Tigers against J-B

LEWISTON - The Lewiston Lady Tigers suffered several scoring slumps against the Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles on Tuesday night, January 21st which resulted in a lop-sided 14-55 loss.

The Lady Tigers were only 6/21 from the field overall and 1/8 from the freethrow line in the game. LHS also committed 23 turnovers in the game which led to a lot of scoring opportunities for the Lady Eagles.

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Thu
23
Jan
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Lady Indians take 4th place in Class B in OT

BEATRICE - The Pawnee City Lady Indians had their ups and downs in the Class B Division of the 2020 Mudecas Basketball Tournament last week.

After defeating the Lewiston Lady Tigers, Pawnee City lost to the Wymore Southern Lady Raiders and then the Johnson County Central Lady Thunderbirds in an overtime consolation game.

P.C. vs. Lewiston

The Lady Indians were the #5 seed in Class B and went up against the #4 seeded Lewiston Lady Tigers in the fi rst round on Monday, January 13th.

P.C. trailed Lewiston 3-6 after the 1st quarter, but rallied back to take a 15-10 lead at the half. P.C. outscored Lewiston 13-4 in the 3rd period and 10-7 in the final quarter to claim the 38-21 win and move on.

Thu
23
Jan
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HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place

HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place
HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place
HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place
HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place
HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place
HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place
HTRS boys battle through three tough games for 3rd place

BEATRICE - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Titans entered the 2020 Class B Mudecas Tournament as the #6 seed, but came home with the 3rd place plaque after defeating the #1 seed Exeter-Milligan in the consolation game.

HTRS vs. P.C.

The #6 seeded HTRS Titans went up against the #3 seeded Pawnee City Indians in the first round on Tuesday, January 14th.

Pawnee City had the hot hand early as they led 12-4 after the first quarter, but HTRS came roaring back in the 2nd period on a 17-6 run to carry a 21-18 lead into the half. HTRS outscored P.C. 18-15 in the 3rd quarter and then held on for the close 47-44 win in the end. Isaiah Lockard led the Titans with 17 points and 12 rebounds for a double double along with 1 trey, 2 steals and 1 assist. Nic Knudson scored 14 points with 2 treys and had 3 rebounds and 1 steal. Donovan Kostecka added 8 points with 1 trey and led in steals with 3.

 

Thu
23
Jan
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HTRS Lady Titans are Class B Mudecas Champions

HTRS Lady Titans are Class B Mudecas Champions
HTRS Lady Titans are Class B Mudecas Champions
HTRS Lady Titans are Class B Mudecas Champions

BEATRICE - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans defeated Palmyra, Johnson County Central and the #1 seeded Wymore Southern Lady Raiders to claim the Class B Mudecas Championship last week.

HTRS vs. Palmyra

The #2 seeded Lady Titans faced the #7 seeded Palmyra Lady Titans in the fi rst round on Monday, January 13th and won by an easy 53-34 margin. HTRS led 11-6 after the 1st period and then went up by a 25-17 lead at the halftime break. The 3rd quarter was where the Lady Titans made their move, however as they went on a 20-7 run before winning by a 53-34 count.

Carissa Allen poured in 19 points in the win with 11 rebounds for her double double and had 3 steals, 2 blocks and 1 assist. Ellie Schaardt also hit double figures with 11 points and had one trey, 2 rebounds and 1 steal.

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