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High school basketball scores from 2/12/15

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Boys scores Adams Central 53, Ravenna 52 Battle Creek 65, Hartington Cedar Catholic 58 Beatrice 55, Lincoln Pius X 43 Bloomfield 61, Allen 12 Boys Town 46, Lincoln Christian 40 Bridgeport 76, Morrill 29 Clearwater/Orchard 61, Elgin Public/Pope John 39 Columbus Scotus 71, Columbus Lakeview 40 Crawford 60, Hay Springs 57 Deshler 25, Red Cloud […]

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Nebraska women let Iowa slip out of town with victory

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Clinging to a one-point lead with less than five minutes to the play, the 22nd ranked Nebraska women’s basketball team was unable to finish off the 14th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes, losing 69-61 Thursday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Samantha Logic buried her second three of the game with the shot-clock winding down with 2:49 left […]

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NU women try to snap four game losing streak against ranked teams

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The Nebraska women’s basketball team hopes to get back in the win column when they host 14th ranked Iowa Thursday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena.  NU is coming off back-to-back losses at No. 21 Rutgers and No. 5 Maryland on the road.   The Huskers also lost 78-72 in overtime at then-No. 20 Iowa on […]

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High school basketball scores from 2/10/15

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Boys scores Ainsworth 80, Stuart 45 Allen 32, Winside 28 Amherst 62, Alma 54 Anselmo-Merna 60, South Loup 59 Aquinas Catholic 68, Humphrey St. Francis 57 Auburn 50, Syracuse 49 Bancroft-Rosalie 61, Howells-Dodge 53 Banner County 63, Hyannis 35 Battle Creek 82, Neligh-Oakdale 58 Bayard 47, Leyton 37 Boone Central/Newman Grove 59, Northwest 36 Boyd […]

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Wisconsin too much for Huskers as late rally falls short

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Sam Dekker matched his career high with 21 points, and Wisconsin (22-2, 10-1 Big Ten) won its seventh straight game with a 65-55 win over Nebraska on Tuesday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Cornhuskers (13-11, 5-7) lost for the fourth time in five games. Dekker’s three-pointer with just under five minutes to play put the […]

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Mavericks start tough stretch with a tough road loss at North Dakota State

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The Omaha men’s basketball team began another challenging road stretch on Thursday, falling 64-57 to North Dakota State at Scheels Arena. The Mavericks are now 8-14 (2-8 Summit League), while the Bison, who secured their 22nd consecutive home win, improve to 16-7 (8-2 Summit League). Omaha was paced by junior guard Marcus Tyus, who shot […]

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Huskers miss Theriot, lose at 21st ranked Rutgers

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All-American point guard Rachel Theriot missed her first game and the Huskers missed her. NU was held to a season low 17 points in the first half, but then rallied from a 12-point deficit to two, before losing at #21 Rutgers 46-43. This was Nebraska fourth road loss this season by one possession or in […]

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Creighton hands Xavier first home loss

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Creighton had five men score in double-figures and overcame a seven-point second-half deficit at Xavier as the Bluejays handed the Musketeers their first home loss of the season, 79-72 in overtime, at Cintas Center on Wednesday. Creighton improved to 11-13 on the campaign (2-9 BIG EAST), while Xavier dropped to 14-9 (5-6 BIG EAST) and […]

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Huskers get hot. Shoot 63% in win over Wildcats

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Shavon Shields reached 1,000 points and Terran Petteway finished with a game-high 28 points, including four 3-pointers, seven rebounds and four assists, as the Husker shot a season’s best 63% in a 76-60 win over the Northwestern Wildcats. Shields became the 26th Husker to reach the 1,000-point mark, and finished with 11 points and a career-high […]

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Janning named BIG EAST Player of the Week

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Marissa Janning, the reigning BIG EAST Player of the Year and Preseason Player of the Year is starting to hit her stride this season and this weekend’s performances were no different.  The junior guard led the Bluejays to back-to-back wins by averaging 22 points, four rebounds, four assists and 3.5 steals, while shooting .519 from […]

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Laudermill leads Huskers in strong second half over Michigan

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No. 15 Nebraska scored a season-high 50 second-half points to turn a 14-point first-half deficit into a 15-point  win, as the Huskers notched a 75-60 victory over Michigan Sunday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.   Tear’a Laudermill finished as Nebraska’s leading scorer for the fourth straight game, closing with 19 points, including 13 in the second half. […]

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Freshman comes up big again for 15th ranked Huskers

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Nebraska freshman Natalie Romeo hit a three-pointer from the corner with 1:11 left to give the 15th ranked Huskers their first lead of the game in a 59-57 come-from-behind women’s basketball win over Illinois on Thursday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena.  The lost was Illinois’ sixth in a row, playing without their top player. Romeo, […]

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Bailey Morris sets Concordia’s career scoring record in win at Doane

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Concordia guard Bailey Morris scored 30 points to become the school’s all-time career scoring leader and lead the NAIA Division II No. 3 Bulldogs to an 86-77 victory against Doane. Morris now has 1,806 points over 122 career games. The senior from Clay Center has averaged 14.8 points per game over her career. Ninth-year head […]

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