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Perkins County Schools will honor Plainsman icon Larry Pritchett at halftime of Friday’s boys varsity game.  

He and his wife, Marlene, stand in front of a representation of the Pritchett gym, named for him in 2009. 

PCS to pay tribute to Pritchett

Perkins County Schools will pay tribute to one of the school’s most recognizable icons— teacher, coach and school board member Larry Pritchett.

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After picking up a loose ball on the press, Casey Hanson went the distance for the layup to tie the game 26-26 just before half. He added two free throws on the next trip down the floor to give the Plainsmen a 28-26 lead at half in the 55-52 win over Maxwell.

Plainsmen get big win over Maxwell

The Plainsmen captured a big home win last week, winning a close one over Maxwell, 55-52.

Big games like that always come down to turnovers and free throws.

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Husker Whitney Brown may only be a freshman but she’s been making key contributions this year, especially when the team was down to just eight players for a period of time. Brown, the great niece of Dick Thurin, helped Grand Island Northwest win a state title two years ago and fell to the state champion Crete in a three-overtime game in the semis last year. On Jan. 16, Brown scored a career-high 14 points and knocked down a career-best four three-pointers to help Nebraska to a 63-55 win over No. 15 Ohio State, their only loss of the season. She is averaging 3.8 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.0 assist through 14 games as a Husker and is shooting a team-best 38.7 percent (12-31) from three-point range and owns Nebraska’s best assist-to-turnover ratio (13-to-7).
Photo Credit: Scott Bruhn | Nebraska Athletic Communications

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