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NHSBF High School Bowling
Nebraska High School Boys Bowling Championships
Saturday, December 16 at 8am CT on NET

The best boys bowlers in Nebraska converge in Lincoln to battle for the state title.

NHSBF High School Bowling
Nebraska High School Girls Bowling Championships
Sunday, December 17 at 8am (CT) on NET

The best bowlers in the state descend on Lincoln to battle for the state championship.

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