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Tom Tvrdy now has nine months to relax - no more pressure until next season.

The highly-successful girls basketball coach at Seward (Neb.) helped his team reach two amazing milestones today during a 46-35 victory over Beatrice (Neb.). It was the 101st straight victory for the Bluejays and their fourth consecutive Class B state championship.

"It's just bizarre," Tvrdy told MaxPreps today. "It was just an unbelievable environment and a huge crowd. Last year was special and this year was even more special. It's the gift that keeps on giving."

The Bluejays put three starters in double figures. Kourteney Zadina, a 6-foot-2 junior, led the balanced attack with 15 points. Hannah Tvrdy, a 5-10 junior committed to the University of Nebraska, added 13 points and 5-5 Beth Bohslausky had 11.

With Zadina and Tvrdy returning next year, the Bluejays have a legitimate shot at the state-record winning streak, which is 111 games by Guardian Angels Central Catholic (West Point).