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Going for two

Cedar Catholic’s Conner Hochstein works for the takedown during action Saturday at the District wrestling tournament in Malcolm. Hochstein surprised the competition by earning a fourth-place finish at the meet and advancing to this week’s State Tournament in Omaha. Check inside and on for more District wrestling photos. Jeremy Buss | Cedar County News

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Cedar boys pick up three more wins

HARTINGTON — The Cedar Catholic Trojans picked up their fourth straight win with close victories over Battle Creek and Lutheran High Northeast last week.

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Wildcats crank up defense to stop Blue Devils

WYNOT — The Wynot Blue Devils shooting was as cold as the weather outside in their matchup against the visitors from Hartington- Newcastle Friday.

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Who’s Open

Hartington-Newcastle’s Kayden Jueden looks for an open teammate to pass the ball off to during recent action. The Lady Wildcats opened SubDistrict play in Ponca Tuesday night.

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HNS girls flex defensive muscles to defeat Wausa

WAUSA — The Hartington Lady Wildcats handed the Wausa Lady Vikings a late season setback Tuesday.

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Wynot Blue Devils edge out S.D. team for victory

WYNOT — The Wynot Blue Devils picked up a much needed win on Tuesday night as they downed the Irene-Wakonda Eagles by a score of 42-40.

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HNS Wildcats steamroll past Wausa

WAUSA — The Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats made the short trip to Wausa a successful one last Tuesday.

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District Wrestling

Cedar Catholic wrestlers battled Friday and Saturday for a chance to go to State this week in Omaha. When the dust settled, two Cedar wrestlers Eric Hoesing (right) and Conner Hochstein (below) had earned the right to compete in the State Tournament. Other Cedar wrestlers competing at State were Jacob Kaiser (middle, right), Kerby Hochstein (bottom) and Keegan Carl (middle, left).

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