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    KEARNEY - Contributions from Columbus kids to the 64th annual Shrine Bowl on Saturday at Cope Stadium were apparent to the whole state of Nebraska. Two started, one played special teams with a few snaps on defense and another knocked through an extra point, and probably should have had a few…

    Columbus High's best athletes created all sorts of memories over the landscape of high school sports in the past nine months. Yet, for all the wins, the game-changing plays, the cheers and the battles in the heat of competition, the five who were recognized by local organizations say it was …


    Lakeview football gathered together for perhaps the last time as a group on Monday to watch the state title win over Pierce. The 37-25 triumph never looked so good as it did on the silver screen at Center 7 Theatre.

    How difficult can it be to prepare for a back-to-back rivalry scenario? That's what Columbus High coach Craig Williams, his staff and players will find out the next two seasons when CHS football leads off with Fremont and Norfolk.

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