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Jakub Karwowski made his presence felt early and often on Saturday.
HERSHEY — Offensive rebounds, smothering defense and fast break points helped Class D1 No. 5 St. Pat’s exact some SPVA revenge against the Lady Panthers on Saturday.
North Platte Community College cruised Friday, winning its second straight game with a convincing 67-50 victory over Laramie County Community College at McDonald-Belton Gymnasium.
The Bulldogs hosted the reigning Class C state champs Broken Bow at the Dawg House on Thursday, setting a spotlight stage for a clash between two of the state’s brightest sophomore wrestlers.
The Bulldogs had a struggling Silver Hawks team caged through three quarters, but Lincoln Southwest managed to break out of the Dawg House with a 54-49 victory on Tuesday.
After a back-and-forth first quarter, St. Pat’s dominated the final 24 minutes en route to a 69-42 victory over Sandhills/Thedford on Tuesday at the McGahan Activities Center in North Platte.
North Platte used a big early lead out of the gates and hung on late, delivering new head coach Tyson Hammond a 51-48 victory over Kearney Catholic in his first game at the helm.
The Lady Irish weathered a hiccup of a start against Broken Bow on Friday to win their season opener at the McGahan Activities Center in North Platte.
HERSHEY — The Panthers basketball program opened their season at home with a statement on Thursday.
Maxwell opened the 2018-19 wrestling season on the right foot, winning Thursday’s Irish-Wildcat Invite at McGahan Activities Center in North Platte.