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Like all great athletes, Angie (Miller) Schnacker of Wilber-Clatonia started getting attention her freshman year making second-team all-conference.  In her sophomore year she was first-team all-conference in volleyball and basketball.  Moving it up a notch in her junior year she was selected Class C all-state in basketball and volleyball. Her senior year brought even more honors starting with first-team all-state and third-team all-class all-state in volleyball and continuing with first-team all-state and all-class all-state in basketball.  All of that added up to a nomination for female athlete of the year in 1983.  Angie still holds eight school records in basketball: most points in one season (614), career points (1,581), points in one game (44), single-season rebounds(313), career rebounds (1,036), season steals (79), career steals (193) and steals in one game (9).  Angie was a four-year starter at UNL where she had a career-scoring total of 1,541 points with a 14.4 per game average. She scored 603 field goals with a .511 percent accuracy.  She grabbed 651 rebounds and made 335 free throws with a .796 free-throw shooting percentage.  She was selected as All-Big 8 Honorable Mention her junior year.  As head girls basketball coach at Anselmo-Merna she took her 1992-93 team to the state tournament.  For the last eight years she has been coaching at Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer.