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After setting the school career scoring record last Thursday, Mallie McNair’s family joined her to celebrate. With dad Alex in the background, the girls in the family include, from left, Landree, Bryn, Mallie, mom Kristi and Taylin. (Johnson Publications photo)

McNair new career scoring leader at Chase County

    It was going to happen sometime this Chase County basketball season.
    Just when senior Mallie McNair would set the girls’ career scoring record was all that was in question.

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Jordan Jablonski was back in action as Chase County started its 2020 half of the season. Here, against Wray, Colorado last Thursday she looks to move the ball and finished the night with seven points. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Despite of trio of defenders, Mallie McNair gets this shot off from the free throw line. It went in and gave her the new career scoring record at Chase County Schools. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lady Longhorns move to No. 8 in NSAA points

    Despite a disappointing loss at Dundy Co. Stratton (DCS) last week, the Chase County girls are 7-2 on the season, and moved up to No. 8 in the Class C1 NSAA point standings.

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Cedric Maxwell goes to the hoop against Wray on Jan. 9. Maxwell had his first successful dunk against Kimball Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Clay Meeske guards a Wray player last week while Bennett Bauerle keeps on his man. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns add three wins to record; Jussel out for season

“We played really well for the most part,” Head Coach Chris Bartels said.
Last week’s three wins are key in the upcoming weeks as the boys prepare for the SPVA Conference Tournament.



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