Jackson Heights' Aidan Allen (shown above, second from right) leaps up to collect a rebound early in Tuesday's first round game against Bishop Seabury. The Cobras got off to a hot start and picked up a 48-26 victory over the Seahawks.
  Early in Tuesday’s sub-state opener, the Jackson Heights girls basketball team seemed to catch lightning in a bottle. The Cobras were swarming the Seahawks of Bishop Seabury early and players like Payton Thomas and Jordan Wells helped the team assert itself in the post while storming out to a 19-...
Members of the Jackson Heights student section, including (front row, left to right) Adam Brey, Korby Strube, Zane Richter, Lane Slocum, Austin Sauvage and Kyler Vance, got dressed up and cheered on the girls basketball team in its sub-state opener against Bishop Seabury on Tuesday night. Both...
Holton senior Lucas Lovvorn (shown above, on top) works on pinning his opponent in regional competition last weekend. After a dominant showing in Baldwin, Lovvorn is eyeing a second straight individual state title in Salina this weekend.
  Champions aren’t born, they’re made, though when it comes to Holton High School senior wrestler Lucas Lovvorn, the son of Mike and Kim Lovvorn of Holton, the case could be made for both schools of thought. Already a 15-year veteran of the sport, Lovvorn seemingly had little choice whether he...
Royal Valley's Lexi Baker (shown above, at right) drives in for two points during a fast break in the second half of Tuesday's game against Perry-Lecompton. Those opportunities were key for the Panthers, as the defense helped fuel the team to a 40-38 victory over the Kaws.
  Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than to be good, and the Royal Valley girls were lucky to be down just seven points at halftime in Tuesday night’s home basketball game against Perry-Lecompton. The Kaws were the aggressors and won most every battle on the floor in the first half, from field goal...
Wildcat Trey Tanking (shown above, at right) cuts to the basket for two of his 23 points in last Friday's key 68-58 victory over Nemaha Central.
  In the eyes of Holton boys basketball coach Ryan Noel, Friday’s final home game against Nemaha Central was a fitting farewell for his seniors. For a group with so much success on the basketball court in its four years at HHS, getting over the hump in a close 68-58 win over Nemaha Central was the...


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