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Custer County Chief Area Scoreboard

December 13, 2010

Weekend scores from area basketball games played Friday and Saturday are as follows:

Friday (12/10/2010)
GIRLS
Elm Creek 49, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 37
Minden 66, Broken Bow 33
Mullen 45, Hyannis 29
SMC 41, South Loup 16
Sandhills/Thedford 50, Ansley 36
Spalding/Spalding Academy 44, Arcadia 32
Stuart 36, Loup County 31
BOYS
Mullen 49, Hyannis 39
Sandhills/Thedford 70, Ansley 24
South Loup 50, SMC 34
Spalding/Spalding Academy 45, Arcadia 36
Stuart 73, Loup County 36
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 58, Elm Creek 37

Saturday (12/11/2010)
GIRLS

Winter Sports Preview: Litchfield Trojans

December 13, 2010

TROJANS AIM TO CONQUER LVC

LITCHFIELD -- The Litchfield Tojans will be aiming at the Loup Valley Conference Championship behind the strength of returning starters Adam Kucera, Danny Woolery and Tyson Howard.
Kucera, an all conference player, will be a dominant force under both backboards. Last year, Kucera averaged 15 points and 11 rebounds per game to lead the Trojans. Sophomore Tyson Howard also returns average double figures with 10 points ber game.

Winter Sports Preview: Litchfield Lady Trojans

December 13, 2010

LADY TROJANS SET GOAL TO IMPROVE
LITCHFIELD -- Paul Polk begins his first year as the Litchfield Lady Trojans’ new head coach. Polk takes over a team that finished 5-16 last season.
Seniors Kelsey Unick and Tiana Stithem will be looked upon as leaders of senior and sophomore dominated team.
Last season, the Lady Trojans used multiple different starting line-ups and lost just one senior to graduation.
Seniors Megan Prunk, Bridgette Janssen and Hope Downer will also be asked to step up into leadership roles.

Winter Sports Preview: Broken Bow Indians

December 13, 2010

INDIAN HAVE EYES ON CONFERENCE TITLE
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Indians look to rebound after a disappointing campaign last season.
To do so, the Indians will have to find support for returning starters Nathan Scott and Marc Sleicher. Scott returns as the Indians leading scorer and rebounder and changes opponents shots with his shot blocking capabilities.

Winter Sports Preview: Broken Bow Lady Indians

December 13, 2010

INDIANS LOOK TO REDEEM LAST YEAR'S WOES
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Lady Indians return four starters fro last year’s team that finished 4-16.
This year the Lady Indians look for redemption after last year’s disappointing season.
Coach Dave Pruden expects his group of sophomores, who got some valuable experience last year, to follow the leadership of his starters to build strong depth from the bench.
The key for the Lady Indians will be to fix the mental errors that hindered them last season.

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