Sports

Sophomore Cedric Maxwell sinks a 2-pointer at the buzzer St. Pat’s defender last Friday, winning the game in regulation. (Johnson Publications photo)

Junior Kobe Clevenger battles a St. Pat’s defender last Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns grab more wins; sitting 15-3

The Longhorns had a big week of wins, starting with a trip to Yuma, Colorado last Tuesday.
Yuma is a good basketball team,” Head Coach Chris Bartels said.

With her coaches and teammates behind keeping tabs, Sophie Spady looks to get the ball inside against St. Pat’s in the Lady Longhorns’ final home game of the season Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

St. Pat’s made sure they had Chase County’s leading scorer covered Friday night. Here, Mallie McNair fights through the traffic for two of her 17 points scored against the Lady Irish. (Johnson Publications photo)

Girls come up short against two good teams

    Just like the start of the season, the Lady Longhorns face a lot of tough teams at the end.

First place winners in Sunday’s free throw shooting contest were, front from left, Tilly Foote, Destry Oxford, Lucas Fries, Tristan Jablonski, back from left, Carson Terryberry, Ellie Lechtenberg, Faith Hauxwell and Easton Fries. (Johnson Publications photo)

Evan Tomky eyes the basket as he takes a shot in the 12-year-old division at Sunday’s contest. (Johnson Publications photo)

Winners advance in free throw contest sponsored by Knights

    Eight youths are on their way to the next level of competition in the Knights of Columbus sponsored free throw shooting contests.

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