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Following districts Sunday in Imperial, 12 youths from southwest Nebraska will move on to the regional competition in the Knights of Columbus free throw shooting competition. Youths who shot the best among their age groups and how many they made out of 25 attempts, included, above, front row from left, Jordan Jablonski, age 9, Imperial, 12-25; MaKinzie Baney, 10, Benkelman, 16-25; Taryn Burrell, 11, Parks, 17-25; Hailey Snyder, 12, Grant, 13-25; Molly Luhrs, 13, Imperial, 12-25; Bridgette Odens, 14, Imperial, 9-25; back from left, Emmitt Zuege, 9, Imperial, 13-25; Dalton League, 10, Stratton, 14-25; Kobe Clevenger, 11, Imperial, 21-25; Jack Bauerle, 12, Imperial, 15-25; Phalen Sanford, 13, Benkelman, 16-25; and Jeramy Bartels, 14, Grant, 17-25. They will compete at regionals Sunday, March 3, at North Platte St. Pat’s High School, at 1:30 p.m. CT. Winners from there advance to the state contest. Below, Dan Russell of the Imperial Knights of Columbus Council and Frank Stehno of the Benkelman/Stratton Council, compile results as, from left, Thomas Reeves, Mallie McNair and Alex McNair look on. (Republican photos)