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Sophie Spady was one of four Lady Longhorns in double figures after coming off the bench to score 13, including a trio of three-pointers. (Johnson Publications photo)

Madison Schuller has been a contributor offensively and defensively for the Lady Longhorns this season. Here, at Wauneta, she goes up for two against Destany Simpson. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lady Longhorns tame Wauneta-Palisade

With good, balanced scoring, Chase County tamed the Lady Broncos of Wauneta-Palisade with a 14-point win Dec. 19.

Caleb Weiss controlled the entire match when he faced Zac Burkert of Hershey last Tuesday, Dec. 19. After leading the match 11-2 early in the second period, Weiss turned this takedown into a pin just 32 seconds into the second period. (Johnson Publications photo)

Caine Haarberg wasted no time in the second dual Dec. 19 against Hershey. It took just 31 seconds for Haarberg to pin Pat Dewey for his second win of the night. (Johnson Publications photo)

Wrestlers split at Hershey-Kimball triangular

    The Chase County wrestlers traveled to Hershey, Dec. 19 to face the Panthers of Hershey and the Longhorns of Kimball.

Parker Dillan goes up against Wauneta-Palisade’s Caid Doetker to get this shot off during action in last week’s game. (Johnson Publications photo)

Point guard Taylor Jablonski makes a move to the basket through the Wauneta-Palisade defense. Jablonski finished the night with 12 points, all of which came outside the three-point arc. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorn runs fall short against Wauneta-Palisade

    Chase County’s game with the Wauneta-Palisade Broncos there last week proved to be a game of runs.

Braden Space came up with some key buckets in overtime against Yuma last week. He was fouled on this shot and went to the line. (Johnson Publications photo)

Not much question about the foul here as Cedric Maxwell gets an arm across the face while going up for a shot early in last week’s overtime win over Yuma. (Johnson Publications photo)

Second overtime game yields a win over Yuma

    Less than a week after losing a double overtime game, the Chase County Longhorns needed another overtime to capture their first win of the season.

In the finals of the heavyweights, Eli Hinojosa had his hands full with the much larger Nathan Lauder of Alliance. Hinojosa used his quickness to out-maneuver Lauder and pick up first place with an 8-3 decision. (Courtesy photo)

In the consolation finals, Trevor Peterson was able to control much of the match, beating Braydon Wilson of Alliance 5-2 to finish in third place. (Courtesy photo)

Hinojosa brings home championship, team improving

    Chase County Assistant Coach Jeff Rusher was pleased with the improvement shown by his wrestling squad Saturday in Valentine.

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