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Nebraska women's cross-country team takes off at the start line.

Nebraska women’s cross country team experiences success in the early season

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The Nebraska women’s cross-country team has finished in the top-two in each of their first three meets. They look to carry this momentum as...
Lincoln East has the ball driving down the field close to the endzone

Lincoln East defeats Lincoln High 28-7 on Oct. 6

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It was the Dash Bauman Show on Thursday, Oct. 6 at Seacrest Field, as Lincoln East beat Lincoln High 28-7. Bauman, the Spartans junior, led...

No Platform. No Problem for Olympic Diving Hopeful.

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Abi Knapton softly puts her pencil down to the sheet to jot down the answer to her chemistry homework. Her eyes are glued to...

Lincoln North Star Defeats Lincoln High 9-7 in Defensive Battle

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Lincoln North Star defeated Lincoln High 9-7 on Friday, Sept. 30. It was a defensive battle, but a strong passing performance from North Star...

Lincoln High Rides Strong Second Half to Beat Lincoln Northeast 41-6

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Lincoln High used a strong second half performance from quarterback Adonis Hutchinson to beat Lincoln Northeast 41-6 Friday night at Seacrest Field. Hutchinson used both...
Players from both teams show sportsmanship by giving each other high fives after the game

The Lincoln Southeast Knights take down the Millard North Mustangs 56-35

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The Lincoln Southeast Knights took down the Millard North Mustangs 56-35 in their homecoming game Thursday night at Seacrest Field. Senior running back Max Buettenback...
Scott Frost smiling

BREAKING: Nebraska fires head coach Scott Frost

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On Sunday morning, Nebraska fired head coach Scott Frost after four seasons. The move comes following a 1-2 start to the season and a...
Two sportcasters at a Nebraska basketball game post with the Herbie Husker mascot

Broadcasting in a pandemic: Four sportscasters reflect on two years of chaos

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  By Grant Hansen The world changed forever in March 2020. What followed was two years of turmoil, darkness and uncertainty. And sports were an integral part...