The consensus is in: The 2019 Class C-2 title is shaping up to be anyone’s for the taking. “It’s pretty wide open,” Wilber-Clatonia coach Lynn Jurgens said.
LINCOLN — Shelby-Rising City’s sizeable one-two punch of Emmie Noyd and Macy Stewart paved the way as the unrated Mustangs knocked off Class C-2 No. 1 Freeman 18-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-17 Thursday in first-round play at Lincoln Southwest.
Illinois freshman Chatrice White was named to women’s U19 national team Sunday, USA Basketball announced.
Shelby-Rising City graduate Chatrice White, who now plays for Illinois, has been invited to try out for the under-19 USA women’s basketball team. Minden standout Taylor Kissinger was one of 35 asked to try out for the under-16 team.
The BDS Eagles had to do one thing in the second half, shoot the ball better. After hitting just 3-of-23 shots in the first half the Eagles found their shooting touch and their defense slammed the door on the Shelby-Rising Huskies by the final score of 45-36.
The first day of action at the CRC boys basketball tournament had a blowout and an OT thriller, but when all was said and done the higher seeds advanced.
The closest game on Saturday in opening round action at the Crossroads Conference girls basketball tournament at the York City Auditorium was the Shelby-RC Huskies by 17 over the Cross County Cougars.
When the Shelby-RC Huskies were able to get the Giltner Hornets into a half-court game they were able to pretty much hold their own.
SHELBY – The Shelby-Rising City Huskies improved their season record to 6-6 Tuesday night with a 48-19 win over the Centennial Broncos in non-conference girls action.
A chemistry class — not basketball — has been Chatrice White’s biggest challenge at the University of Illinois. The 6-foot-3 freshman post from Shelby-Rising City landed immediately in the Illini’s starting lineup and is averaging 15.6 points and 7.1 rebounds. She also has 14 assists, 25 ste…
The host Shelby-Rising City Huskies got out to a quick start, building a 10 point cushion after the first eight minutes in Saturday night’s CRC regular season girls basketball matchup.
A 22-0 third quarter run by the High Plains Storm put to rest any upset hopes the Shelby-RC Huskies may have had Saturday night.
The rebound count went to the Cross County Cougars 41-31 on Friday night, but the final score was nearly the opposite.
The Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves, the No. 5 team in Class D2 according to the Omaha World-Herald, used Tuesday night’s regular season finale at Shelby-Rising City to fine tune their game for the D2-2 subdistrict tournament that opens Monday at friend High School.
The Fillmore Central Panthers scored 35 first half points and that was all they needed. The Panthers shut out the Shelby-Rising City Huskies 35-0 on Friday night in the final regular season game for both teams.
With one game to go in the regular season, the Centennial Broncos are sitting on a record of four up and four down. They are currently 27th in the wild card points in Class C2 and after Friday night’s 42-16 win over the Shelby-Rising City Huskies the Broncos climbed back to the 500 mark.
The High Plains Storm defeated the Dorchester Longhorns 2-1 and lost to the Shelby-RC Huskies 2-0 in triangular action on Thursday night.
The Hampton Hawks handed the Shelby-Rising Huskies their third loss of the year, but the Hawks got a stern test from their Crossroads Conference counterparts.