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NU women make a late push but fall short at Northwestern

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Tear’a Laudermill scored 16 of her 20 points in the second-half to help No. 21 Nebraska cut a 24-point deficit to six with over two minutes left before falling 59-51 to the Northwestern women’s basketball team at Welsh-Ryan Arena on Wednesday. The Huskers, who shot just 10.7 percent (3-28) from the floor in the first […]

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Girls basketball scores from 2/17/15

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Adams Central 51, St. Paul 43 Ainsworth 61, Broken Bow 34 Archbishop Bergan 49, Omaha Brownell-Talbot 29 Arthur County 45, Hyannis 36 Auburn 49, Syracuse 33 Axtell 49, Overton 39 BDS 52, McCool Junction 24 Bertrand 65, Alma 35 Bishop Neumann 67, Ashland-Greenwood 29 Blue Hill 69, Harvard 23 Brady 53, Medicine Valley 28 CWC […]

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Boys basketball scores from 2/17/15

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Ainsworth 92, Anselmo-Merna 52 Arlington 61, Aquinas Catholic 45 Bennington 60, Ralston 43 Bishop Neumann 52, Ashland-Greenwood 40 Boys Town 74, Plattsmouth 70 (1OT) Grand Island 69, Hastings 42 Gretna 57, Omaha Skutt Catholic 52 (1OT) Millard West 60, Papillion-LaVista 44 Morrill 79, Glendo, WY 65 (1OT) Nebraska City 61, Omaha Gross Catholic 48 Omaha […]

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Girls sub-district basketball scores from 2/16/15

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Allen 51, Walthill 22 Alma 60, Elwood 55 (OT) Anselmo-Merna 41, Stapleton 39 Arcadia-Loup City 55, Gibbon 29 Ashland-Greenwood 44, Douglas County West 30 Banner County 43, Minatare 32 Bloomfield 66, Osmond 34 Boone Central/Newman Grove 61, Madison 37 Broken Bow 56, O’Neill 32 Chase County 53, Gordon-Rushville 51 Clarkson/Leigh 36, Lutheran High Northeast 32 […]

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Another nail biter for Creighton that ends in a loss

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Roosevelt Jones’ bank shot with 1.9 seconds left lifted No. 19 Butler to a 58-56 win over Creighton on Monday night before a sellout crowd of 17,971 fans at CenturyLink Center Omaha.  The Bulldogs trailed 54-48 with three minutes to go before closing the game on a 10-2 run, including the final five from Jones. […]

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Kyle Korver is the second leading scorer for Eastern Conference All-Stars

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Kyle Korver who  became the first Creighton Bluejay in 40 years to be selected to the NBA All-Star game, finished second in scoring for the Eastern Conference All-Stars behind Cleveland’s LeBron James.  Korver scored 21 points in their 163-158 loss on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden.  James had 30 points. Korver played 16 minutes off […]

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Laudermill leads the Huskers past Wisconsin

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Tear’a Laudermill erupted for 20 points and a career-high seven assists, and freshman Natalie Romeo added a career-high 19 points and four assists to lead No. 22 Nebraska to a 70-63 women’s basketball win over Wisconsin on Sunday at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Nebraska jumped to a 13-point first-half before Wisconsin rallied to take a four-point lead just […]

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NU men miss out on first Big Ten road win

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Shavon Shields scored a game-high 19 points but Nebraska was unable to get its first Big Ten road win of the season, as the Huskers fell at Purdue, 66-54, Sunday evening. Shields hit 7-of-13 shots from the field to lead three Huskers in double figures, as Nebraska fell to 13-12 on the season and 5-8 in Big […]

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Rough season for former NU coach Doc Sadler. Lost latest game with only four players on the court

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The next time you complain about a Tim Miles’ NU team that shoots 21% from the floor, always remember…it’s better than Doc Sadler’s Southern Miss men’s basketball team.  They lost 73-71 in overtime to Florida International with only four players on the floor. According to Yahoo Sports, two of the seven players Southern Miss dressed had […]

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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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Kyle Korver replaces Dwayne Wade. First Creighton player since ’75 to appear in the NBA All-Star game

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Kyle Korver  became the first Creighton Bluejay in 40 years to be selected to the NBA All-Star game, replacing the injured Dwayne Wade.  Korver, the fourth Atlanta Hawk chosen, was selected by Commissioner Adam Silver for the Eastern Conference team after Wade pulled out because of a hamstring injury. Korver, who turns 34 next month, […]

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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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