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The Heartland Huskie girls basketball team’s stay in the Southern Nebraska Conference Tournament came to an end on Thursday night at Sandy Creek High School.

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Once the Sandy Creek Cougars’ defense got going, there was no stopping the problems it caused on the Cross County offense. Sandy Creek’s defense forced 35 Cross County turnovers and the SC Cougars went on to the 55-29 win in the fifth place game at the Central City Holiday Tournament on Tuesday.

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The Heartland Huskies saw their hopes of a Southern Nebraska Conference Volleyball Championship dashed on opening night at Sandy Creek High School.

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A 3-point shot by junior Jeff Wright with 7:05 to play in the first quarter gave the Cougars a 3-1 lead. That was about the only bright spot for Cross County in a 70-27 loss to the Milford Eagles in the first round of the Sandy Creek Holiday Tournament on Friday.

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The Centennial girls fell behind 13-6 after the first period and Sandy Creek kept the score within a point or two of double the rest of the way Thursday night. The Cougars won at Utica by one point more than double ... just like that first period score ... 43-21.

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Offensive rebounds helped Sandy Creek put points on the scoreboard early when its shots weren’t falling during Thursday’s Class C-1, Subdistrict 6 final.

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Central City looked to put together a strong second half during Tuesday’s Class C-1, Subdistrict 6 semifinal against Grand Island Central Catholic.

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The Sandy Creek Cougars and the Heartland Huskies had not been separated by more than five points all night long and the SNC battle to make the tournament semifinals appeared destined to go to the wire.

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