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Former Nemaha Central Thunder Jacy Dalinghaus Shining at Cloud County
Jacy Dalinghaus

In four years at Nemaha Central High School, Jacy Dalinghaus delivered one of the most storied careers that you could have winning multiple state track and field championships along with leading the volleyball and basketball teams to multiple state tournament appearances.

The now Cloud County Community College freshman is continuing her success on the women’s basketball team and Monday delivered a 40-point night and the game-winner in the T-Birds 72-70 win over the Bethany University JV.

In that win she added 11 rebounds which also led the team and went 18-of-30 from the floor including a 3-for-4 day from the free throw line.

In her first season as a T-Bird, Dalinghaus has been a star averaging just under 20 points per game along with recording 5.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 3.6 steals a night.

She nearly recorded a triple-double in her first game at the collegiate level in an 85-44 win over Doane University JV as she notched a game-high 23 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists.

In high school at Nemaha Central she was a three-sport star in volleyball, basketball and track & field and on the hardwood was named a Class 3A All-State Second Team selection last season by the KBCA while earning an honorable mention selection in her junior season.

She led the Thunder to the Class 3A State Tournament in three of her four seasons including a fourth-place finish in 2017.

Dalinghaus was also a track and field star in her time at Nemaha Central as she captured five individual state championships including a clean sweep her senior season claiming the javelin, shot put and discus crowns.

She also led the Thunder girls to back-to-back 3A State Team Championships in track & field and helped Nemaha Central to four consecutive state tournament berths at state volleyball as well.

Dalinghaus will look to continue her strong freshman season as the T-Birds are 4-3 overall and will open up Kansas Jayhawk Conference play on Wednesday at Garden City.

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