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Wed
25
Feb

Doniphan-Trumbull Ends Cougars Season

The Doniphan-Trumbull Cardinals would spoil the Sandy Creek boys efforts to advance into the C2-9 Sub-District’s, with a come-from-behind 43-42 win in a game played at the C.L. Jones Middle School in Mindent Tuesday night.
The Cardinals, who would open the game with a 16-7 first quarter lead, would watch on as Sandy Creek, behind a 17-10 second quarter run and an 11-4 third quarter run, take a 35-30 lead into the final eight minutes of play.
The Cougars, with just over two minutes to play, owned a 42-36 lead over D-T, but a 7-0 run in the final minutes by the Cardinals would bring to a close the 2014-15 season for the Cougars, with a 10-15 record.
Junior Kendall Dickson led Sandy Creek’s scoring efforts with 13 points, while senior Brendan Lipovsky, powered by dunks in the second and third quarters, hit for 12 points in the loss.

Wed
25
Feb

Mustangs Advance in C2-3 Sub-District

The Sutton Mustangs Tuesday night began the post-season run with their ultimate goal, to capture the C2-3 sub-district title and earn a trip to the 2015 Nebraska State High School basketball championship, with a win in the C2-2 District final this coming Monday, March 2.
Tuesday’s first round bout as the top seed in the c2-3 Sub-District, however, started on a rather sluggish note for the Mustangs, as fourth seeded Tri County grabbed a hold of a 10-5 first quarter lead to put a little shock and awe in the Mustangs.
Sutton, however, calmed their jets in the second and began chipping away at the Trojans lead, working toward an eventual 45-32 win, improving Sutton to 15-9, with the win.
Sutton held a 20-15 halftime lead after outscoring Tri County 15-5 in the second quarter.
A 9-1 Mustang run in the third lifted Sutton to a 29-16 lead heading into the final eight minutes, where Sutton and Tri County both tallied 16 points to produce the 13 point Sutton win.

Wed
25
Feb
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Fillies Win C2-3 Sub-District Title

Sutton’s Delaney Lemkau drives past a Fillmore Central during Thursday night’s 61-24 C2-3 Sub-District title win over the Lady Panthers.

by Ashley D. Swanson

Wed
25
Feb
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Searle Battles for Third at 195

South Central senior Logan Searle capture third place honors in the Class C 195 pound class with a 2:43 pinfall win over Doniphan-Trumbull’s Kalen Garrett Saturday morning, finishing his senior season with a 48-3 record.

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Wed
25
Feb
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Bailey Caps Career as State Champion

Sutton senior Tyler Bailey reached the pinnacle of his career Saturday afternoon by winning his first ever state championship with a 7-0 win over Central City’s Jeremiah Dickinson.

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Senior Tyler Bailey led a trio of Sutton wrestlers to the 2015 Nebraska State Wrestling championships this past weekend with a mission on his mind, to win his first ever state championship during is final run as a Mustang. Bailey’s efforts to achieve that mission, however, came with a big load of challengers for the 42-0 Bailey, as he entered this 
Wed
18
Feb
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Three to State for Sutton

Three Sutton wrestlers, in their first season of wrestling in Class C, extended their wrestling seasons this past weekend by punching their tickets to the 2015 Nebraska State High School Wrestling Championships at the Century-Link Center in Omaha.
 
Wed
18
Feb
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The Thrill of it All...

Larry Mazour, father of South Central wrestling state qualifier James Mazour reacts to his son’s pending win that advanced him to this weekend’s Nebraska State High School Wrestling Championships in Omaha.
 
Wed
11
Feb
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Sutton Downs SC Boys 57-42

Just nine days removed from their previous meeting, a game that Sutton would down Sandy Creek 54-50 on Jan. 29, the Mustangs and Cougars locked horns once again, this time in the consolation finals of the 2015 Southern Nebraska Conference tournament in Milford
 
Wed
11
Feb
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Fillies Roll Fillmore Central

Wed
11
Feb
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Cougars Crush W-C in SNC Opener

One could call the Sandy Creek Cougars the heart attack kids, as slow starts in each of their past two games, a 54-50 loss at Sutton and in the first round of the Southern Nebraska Conference tournament Feb. 5, would leave Cougar fans breathing heavy after the first quarter in each game
 

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