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Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports. School … more
The Arlington Armadillos of the Farmland Basketball League lost their most recent game Sunday to West Point. The Cowtippers bested the Armadillos 79-58 despite a 22-point game by Arlington's Jackson … more
Jake Flesner and Kolton Gilmore won their weight classes at Ashland-Greenwood on Friday, leading the Arlington boys wrestling team to a fourth-place finish during the annual Jack Murray Invite. … more
The Arlington boys basketball team hit the road back-to-back nights on Friday and Saturday. Coach Jake Polk's Eagles won one and the lost the other, falling to 6-6 overall. On Friday, AHS kept … more
Sophomore Emme Timm forced overtime with a clutch fourth-period 3-pointer, but the Arlington Eagles' streak of nine-straight wins still came to an end Saturday at Fremont Bergan. The Knights … more
The Fremont High School swimming team started the 2024 portion of its winter schedule Thursday with a pair of second-place finishes in Lincoln. The Tigers fell short of Lincoln Pius X boys and girls … more
The latest Nannen Physical Therapy Athletes of the Week put together solid weekends on the wrestling mat. Seth Waters, Blaise Baughman and Jake Flesner all finished tournaments unbeaten, impressing … more
A Lincoln Lutheran Holiday Tournament title did not appear likely after Platteview took a 14-0, second-period lead against the Arlington girls basketball team Saturday afternoon. The Eagles didn't … more
A last-second shot rimmed out and the Arlington boys basketball team closed Lincoln Lutheran Tournament play 0-2 Saturday afternoon. The Eagles' Schuyler Logemann narrowly missed a game-winner in the … more
I read a text from a colleague on Dec. 29 during a Blair boys basketball game in Lincoln. It read, “This year sucks, man.” We'd lost another cherished community member the day before in a … more
Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports. Two … more
It's 2024 and a new year of athletic achievement is ahead for Arlington, Blair and Fort Calhoun high schools. Leading the way are the coaches — the men and women preparing Eagles, Bears and … more
New 2024 fishing regulations begin Anglers need to be aware of fishing regulation changes in Nebraska for 2024, according to a Game and Parks Commission release. Notable new rules include the … more
Happy New Year! The following Nannen Physical Therapy Athletes of the Week made plays to close out the 2023 schedule, but will soon compete alongside their Washington County teammates in 2024. Bo … more
I think it's fair to say I wasn't in the holiday spirit leading up to Christmas Day last week. Truthfully, when I get busy, I have the tendency to forget how a holiday is even approaching. It's not … more
Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports. The … more
Nannen Physical Therapy Athlete of the Week Jaxson Burns made four 3-pointers and scored 20 points, helping his Arlington basketball team to a lopsided victory. The Eagle was honored this week … more
As Wisner-Pilger's discontent with the referees grew, the Arlington boys basketball team just kept making baskets and building its lead Thursday night. The Eagles held a 21-12 advantage after one … more
The Arlington girls basketball team held Wisner-Pilger to 34 points Thursday, securing a 50-34 home win. Senior Taylor Arp said her Eagles (8-1 overall) started in their man-to-man defense, but … more
The holiday high school sports break is underway, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate Nannen Physical Therapy Athletes of the Week, too. The latest honorees are Savanah Roan, Jaxson … more
Wrestling coach Lilly Gossman orchestrated a quadrangular last winter between youth clubs from Arlington, Blair, Fort Calhoun and the communities of Tekamah-Herman. On Monday, though, she was able to … more
Arlington junior Britt Nielsen was well off of the mark on her full-court heave to end the first half of Tuesday's home basketball game. The one-armed chuck scattered the Omaha Concordia cheerleaders … more
During the last 10 years, I've just about seen it all as a sports writer. As a result, the home runs, touchdowns and 3-point baskets aren't as memorable as they may have once been. Relationships and … more
Editor's Note: “A Look at Times Gone By” is an in-depth look at weekly Times Gone By entries compiled since 2015. These articles represent the history of Washington County sports. The … more
The Fremont High School swim team spent most of its Saturday in Elkhorn. “Coaches had a long 10-hour day on pool deck at the Elkhorn Invite,” coach David Struble said. “We had … more
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