Taylor Jablonski gets past Hershey’s Andrew Weitzel in a move to the basket Tuesday. (Johnson Publications Photo)

Scott Wheeler launches a 3-pointer over Hershey’s Nolan Benjamin. Wheeler opened Tuesday’s game with a pair of 3-pointers and hit four for the game to lead the Longhorns offensively. (Johnson Publications Photo)

Cedric Maxwell found himself all alone late in the game Tuesday so he just drove in for the layup.  (Johnson Publications Photo)

Longhorns avenge Hershey loss to advance in subs

    Chris Bartels’ Chase County Longhorns got some sweet revenge Tuesday night with a 65-55 win over the Hershey Panthers in the first round of the C1-11 subdistricts in North Platte.

In the semi-finals at the C-4 district meet, it took just 51 seconds of the second period for Eli Hinojosa to secure this hold and pin Nicholas Coley of Mitchell. Hinojosa went on to win the championship and keep his perfect season intact. (Johnson Publications photo)

Trevor Peterson found out why they call it the heartbreak round Saturday when he lost a 0-6 decision to Ty Richardson of Ainsworth to prevent Peterson from a return trip to Omaha. Head Coach Matt Vlasin and Asst. Coach Jeff Rusher consoled him after the match. (Johnson Publications photo)

Hinojosa punches ticket to state with district championship

    The Chase County wrestlers traveled to Bridgeport Saturday to compete in the C-4 district meet. With a lot of top teams in attendance, Chase Co.

Senior Whitney Hopp, right, listens closely to Coach Mark Bottom with  other players being sent in during the final minutes of the Cambridge game. Hopp was among the senior starters Saturday in their final home appearance of the season. (Johnson Publications photo)

Ashley Bubak attempts to move the ball up court, but was fouled by this Cambridge player Saturday in Chase County’s final home game of the season. (Johnson Publications photo)

Allison Owings had a strong first half for the Lady Longhorns. Most of her seven points against Cambridge came in the first quarter. (Johnson Publications photo)

Second half Cambridge offense cripples Lady Longhorns

    A first half that indicated the game would go down to the wire quickly changed in the second half for Chase County’s girls in a contest with Cambridge Saturday.

Taylor Jablonski gets ready to go up for a lay-up against the Wray Eagles here last week. Jablonski hit four 3-pointers in the Longhorns’ win at St. Pat’s Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Kass Cochran is about to draw the foul on this breakaway against Wray last week. Cochran went to the line, dropping both. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns add two more wins to record

    Notching another two wins last week put the Longhorn boys basketball team within one game of .500.


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