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After pulling down an offensive rebound, senior Jack Bauerle gets a fall-away jumper off over Ogallala’s Adam Kroeger (31) and Cameron Raffaeli (32), to tie the game in regulation 57-57. Bauerle finished with 13 and scored 14 against Sidney Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Neither the Longhorns’ Cedric Maxwell, right, or the Ogallala Indians’ Lucas Paloucek want to give up possession of a loose ball that hit the floor Saturday night. The battle ended in a jump ball.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Missed free throws costly in double overtime loss

    Missed free throws proved costly in the Chase County Longhorn’s 72-74 double overtime loss to the Ogallala Inidans here Saturday.

Pursued by an Ogallala defender, Lauren Gockley drives to the basket Saturday night. She was in double figures for Chase County in the win against the Lady Indians. (Johnson Publications photo)

Allison Owings is up and over the defensive pressure from Ogallala’s Kira Mestl (12) and Harley Hiltibrand en route to two points. She finished with five in the game. (Johnson Publications photo)

Girls lose to Sidney, but respond with Ogallala win

    Chase County suffered its first loss of the season to Sidney Friday, but responded the next night to defeat Ogallala by an 11-point margin in girls’ action.

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