Lincoln Christian’s Olivia Hollenbeck shoots over Auburn’s Sydnie Reeves during a Class C-1 state tournament game in March of 2018. Hollenbeck is the Crusaders’ top returning scorer. Nick Orduna puts in perspective what Super-Stater Chloe Dworak meant to Lincoln Christian basketball, and how teams defended the Crusaders. “I was telling the girls, it’s been four years since we’ve been pressed,” the Lincoln Christian girls basketball coach said in reference to Dworak’s ball-handling skills. “So we’re probably going to be challenged, and that’s going to be good for us.” High school basketball begins Thursday. Not only does Lincoln Christian expect new looks from opposing defenses, the Crusaders themselves will have a new look. Gone are Dworak (now at Creighton) and Emie Hollenbeck, two four-year starters who helped the Crusaders reach levels they hadn’t seen before. That included four trips to the Class C-1 state semifinals and a 2017 state championship. But Christian isn’t starting from scratch. It returns 6-foot-4 forward Olivia Hollenbeck, who is receiving Division I recruiting interest. Junior g...