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 IKM-Manning senior Colby Keller (4) attacks the basket against Audubon Monday night as teammate Colten Brandt looks on. Keller led the Wolves to victory with 14 points and six assists. (Photos by Kim Wegener)
 MANNING (Jan. 27) -- The IKM-Manning boys improved to 7-7 overall Monday night with a 54-41 home win over Audubon. The Wolves (7-5 in the Western Iowa Conference) built a 27-16 halftime lead and were able to keep the Wheelers at bay during the final 16 minutes. Senior Colby Keller paced IKM-M with...
 IKM-Manning senior Lexi Branning (right) guards Audubon’s Jaci Christensen. (Photo by Kim Wegener)
 MANNING (Jan. 27) -- The IKM-Manning girls put together a strong first half that carried them past Audubon, 60-42, in Western Iowa Conference action Monday. The Wolves broke a tie with the Wheelers for third place in the WIC standings, improving to 9-3 in league play (11-4 overall). IKM-M led 17-6...
 OMAHA, NEB. (Jan. 25) -- The Harlan Community girls basketball team capped a 3-1 week on the hardwood by defeating Wahoo Bishop Neumann 49-36 as part of the Nebraska Prep Classic last Saturday at Creighton’s D.J. Sokol Arena. HCHS (7-8) led 27-24 in the third quarter before pulling away with a...
 OMAHA, NEB. (Jan. 25) -- Harlan Community fell behind 30-12 and never recovered at D.J. Sokol Arena last Saturday, losing to the Wahoo Bishop Neumann boys 65-40 as part of the Nebraska Prep Classic. HCHS (9-4) trailed 33-18 at the half and was outscored 20-12 in the third quarter, shooting 29...
 PLATTSMOUTH, NEB. (Jan. 25) -- Ethan Lemon and Carter Bendorf both won championships and Nathan Henry was a runner-up last Saturday, leading Harlan Community to a tie for second place at the Plattsmouth Wrestling Invitational. Millard South, ranked first in Nebraska’s large-school Class A and 27th...
 Cyclone junior Jocelyn Cheek advances the ball up the floor as Faith Espinosa defends for the Cardinals.
 HARLAN (Jan. 24) -- For the first time in eight games Friday night, the Harlan Community girls basketball team faced an opponent that was unranked by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union and struggling for wins. The result was domination. Despite a bit of a slow start offensively, HCHS was...
 Cyclone sophomore Will McLaughlin and senior Michael Heithoff (31) block the shot of Cardinal sophomore Drew Brown. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Jan. 24) -- The Harlan Community boys knocked down 12-of-18 three-pointers and answered Clarinda’s stern challenge at the start of the third quarter Friday night, shooting 62.5 percent in a 78-60 conference win over the Cardinals. Buoyed by a 26-12 first quarter, HCHS led by as many as 19...
 Harlan Community senior Carter Bendorf is presented with balloons and a congratulatory poster board from the cheerleaders after earning his 100th career win during Thursday’s home wrestling meet. Left-right: Carter Bendorf, Katie Burchett, Jenna Gessert (holding sign), Jessalyn Schleimer, Emma Smith, Bailey Arnold and Kelsi Hoffman.
 HARLAN (Jan. 23) -- Carter Bendorf’s 100th career victory put the finishing touches on another great meet for the Harlan Community wrestlers Thursday as the Cyclones swept a Senior Night quad vs. AHSTW, Kuemper Catholic and Red Oak. HCHS opened the meet with an impressive 58-18 non-conference win...
 Exira-EHK freshman Shay Burmeister (4) leads a Spartan fast break against Woodbine on Friday night. Also pictured for the Spartans are Macy Emgarten (24) and Alisa Partridge (2). (Photos by Bob Bjoin)
 ELK HORN (Jan. 24) -- The Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton girls won their 14th straight game and improved to 14-1 overall Friday night with a 68-23 home win over Woodbine. The Spartans entered Monday’s game at Boyer Valley with a first-place mark of 11-0 in the Rolling Valley Conference. Macy Emgarten...
   Tyler Petersen looks to score inside for Exira-EHK as Woodbine’s Dylan Hoefer defends.
 ELK HORN (Jan. 24) -- Erasing a nine-point third quarter deficit, the Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton boys took their first lead in the fourth quarter and outlasted Woodbine 52-50 on Friday night. Creighton Nelson scored a team-high 18 points for the Spartans, followed by Hunter Andersen with 13 and...

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