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KGFW Sports – Bearcats, Stars, Huskers, Lopers and Storm Update 02/17/20

BASKETBALL – Friday Lincoln North Star 72, Kearney Boys 67 (OT) – Saturday Kearney Boys 73, Mount Michael Benedictine 50 (Colin Murray – Kearney High Record eight 3’s) – Friday Lincoln North Star 50, Kearney Girls 40 – Saturday Omaha Westside 64, Kearney Girls 42 UP NEXT – Friday – Kearney (G/B) @ Omaha Burke…read more »

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KGFW Sports – Husker, Loper and High School Update 02/10/20

The Nebraska women’s basketball team rallied from a 25-point second-quarter deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but 18th ranked Indiana did just enough in the final minute to escape with a 57-53 win over the Huskers at Pinnacle Bank Arena Sunday. With the loss the Husker women are now 15-9 on the…read more »


College of St. Mary in Omaha plans $18M athletic complex

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The College of St. Mary in Omaha hopes to begin construction this spring on an $18 million athletic complex. The Omaha Planning Board this week unanimously approved a zoning change for a site on the east side of the college campus, near the Aksarben Village. The Omaha World-Herald reports the 1,100-student…read more »


KGFW Sports – Husker, Loper and High School Update

The Nebraska women’s basketball team hit less than 33 percent of their shots from the field, as they were upended by 20th ranked Iowa, 76-60, last night at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Husker women host 18th ranked Indiana Sunday. The Huskers and Hoosiers will tipoff at 2:00. After a week off, the Nebraska men’s basketball team…read more »


KGFW Sports – Husker and Lopers Recruiting, Basketball, and a Unique Dual at KHS

It was a quiet National Letter of Intent signing day for the Nebraska football team yesterday. The Huskers added 42 student-athletes to the 2020 roster during the December early signing period, including 23 scholarship signees. Nine are four-star recruits as rated by 247Sports Composite rankings. Nebraska did officially add three preferred walk-ons Wednesday morning. The…read more »