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 Cyclone senior Deren Schmitz defends Blair’s Evan Slominski (20), along with teammates Klaassen (11) and Brett Sears. (Photos by Kim Wegener)
 HARLAN (Dec. 5) -- Senior Jared Moser scored off a sideline inbounds play with less than two seconds to go Tuesday night, lifting the Harlan Community boys basketball team to a 72-70 win over Blair, Nebraska. One year after beating the Bears in overtime at their place, HCHS squandered a 10-point...
 COUNCIL BLUFFS (Dec. 5) -- The Harlan Community wrestlers opened the dual season with a 1-1 split on Tuesday, routing St. Albert 63-6 before losing a 43-29 decision vs. Glenwood. The Rams finished their double dual sweep with a 78-6 win over the host Falcons. The Cyclones actually won six out of...
 IKM-Manning senior Jared Johnson (left) dribbles around an attempted mid-court trap by Logan-Magnolia’s Kolby Morrison (23) and Reece Bradshaw (21) during Tuesday’s WIC basketball game. Johnson led the Wolves to victory with 23 points.
 LOGAN (Dec. 5) -- Turning a nine-point first-half deficit into a 10-point second-half lead, the IKM-Manning boys showed composure down the stretch Tuesday night to hold off Logan-Magnolia on the road, 57-51. IKM-M seniors Jared Johnson and Austin Ahrenholtz combined to hit 8-of-10 free throws in...
 IKM-Manning senior Kia Rasmussen (right) dives for a loose ball as Logan-Magnolia’s Alexis Fender gains possession during Tuesday’s WIC matchup.
 LOGAN (Dec. 5) -- The IKM-Manning girls quickly cut a 13-point deficit down to three during Tuesday’s second half at Logan-Magnolia, but couldn’t get over the hump in a 58-48 loss to the 4th-ranked team in Class 2A. It was the second setback to a top-eight team in four days for the No. 10 Wolves,...
 AHSTW junior Kate Wise looks at the basket as she is defended by two Tri-Center players Tuesday night. Wise grabbed seven rebounds and blocked four shots in the win.
 NEOLA (Dec. 5) -- The AHSTW girls basketball team picked up its first win of the year Tuesday night, outscoring Tri-Center in all four quarters to prevail 58-41 and improve to 1-2 in the Western Iowa Conference (1-3 overall). Kinsey Scheffler and Sidney Nelsen paced the Lady Vikes’ balanced...
Viking senior R.J. Harris is bumped by a T-C player on his way to the basket.
 NEOLA (Dec. 5) -- AHSTW fell behind 39-27 at halftime and could not mount a second-half rally on Tuesday night, losing at Tri-Center 61-43 in Western Iowa Conference boys basketball action. Jack Paulson led the Vikings with 16 points, R.J. Harris scored 11 and Kevin Jorgensen had eight. Blake...
 IKM-Manning senior Kia Rasmussen (right) was presented with a commemorative game ball by her father and head coach Gene Rasmussen after surpassing 1,000 career points against Panorama. (Photo contributed)
 MANNING (Dec. 2) -- In a battle of Class 2A Top 10 teams, the Panorama girls outlasted IKM-Manning 50-45 in a competitive non-conference matchup here last Saturday. The Wolves’ highlight of the game was senior guard Kia Rasmussen surpassing 1,000 career points on a three-point basket with less...
 MANNING (Dec. 2) -- The IKM-Manning boys basketball team survived Panorama’s 10 three-pointers and overcame an eight-point halftime deficit to win last Saturday’s non-conference game 54-51. The Wolves (2-1) entered the fourth quarter down 44-38 before outscoring the 1-2 Panthers 16-7 the rest of...
 Exira-EHK sophomore Kamryn Waymire (center) drives through a crowd of Coon Rapids-Bayard players toward the basket. (Photo by Kim Wegener)
 ELK HORN (Dec. 1) -- Freshman Tatum Grubbs scored a game-high 21 points in her high school debut while senior Sophia Peppers tallied 18 points, eight rebounds, eight steals and five assists last Friday night as the Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton girls basketball team opened the season with a 67-32 home...
 AHSTW sophomore Kinsey Scheffler (right) is guarded by IKM-Manning senior Peyton Gross during last Friday’s Western Iowa Conference battle.
 AVOCA (Dec. 1) -- IKM-Manning built a 27-13 halftime lead and forced 30 AHSTW turnovers last Friday en route to a 61-41 girls basketball win over the Lady Vikes. Kia Rasmussen led the Wolves with 18 points, seven assists and five steals, shooting 8-for-8 from the free throw line. Shauna Reitan...

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