Crafting the final player rankings for a class is always challenging. This iteration, for the 2018 class, was no exception, and the most debate came at the top with what do with the No. 1 ranking.
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Millard West's Cole Aniello is making a switch. The 6-foot-6, 300-pound junior is planning on moving from defense to offense for his senior season.
Norris sophomore Tyler Ruhl doesn't have a scholarship offer yet, but the 6-foot-2, 180-pound outfielder/pitcher is hearing from a couple blue-blood college baseball programs.
World-Herald correspondent Benjamin Carr looks back at some of Nebraska high school baseball's top performers during the week of March 12-18.
Millard West sophomore Max Anderson has goals he would like to obtain this baseball season and beyond.
Lincoln High junior Cedric Case completed 200 of 293 passes (68.3 percent) for 3,249 yards, 35 touchdowns and four interceptions, and added a pair of rushing touchdowns.
It took Trevor Barajas a year to get comfortable being a leader in the Omaha Westside baseball program. The sophomore outfielder learned enough as a freshman that he feels he can help push the older players and help his team accomplish all of their goals.
It's not just Kohl Herbolsheimer's 6-foot-3, 260-pound stature that's impressive.
Omaha North running back Zander Gray is ready to be the Vikings' bell cow in 2018. Gray split carries with speedy senior Milton Sargbah last season. With Sargbah graduating, Gray will look to improve on his 1,707 yards and 25 touchdowns from a season ago.
Wahoo Neumann junior Caden Johnson has put himself on the radar of college recruiters. The 6-foot-3, 245-pound defensive lineman has four FCS scholarship offers and is also getting interest from Nebraska and Iowa.
There were players the average Nebraska high school basketball fan knew about heading into the girls state tournament. Then there were breakout stars — some who this reporter didn't even know about — who will be household names moving forward.
The Nebraska high school boys basketball tournament concluded last week. With the end of the season, it's time to take a look at some of the underclassmen that had breakout seasons.
Norfolk Catholic's Dylan Katuz recently visited Minnesota and Iowa for junior days and enjoyed his time at both schools. He's hoping for his first Division-I scholarship offer.
Saturday wrapped up one of the best state tournaments in recent memory.
Thursday's quarterfinal games brought more drama, but there were still some strong performances Friday from some of Nebraska's best at the boys state basketball tournament.
Day one of the Nebraska high school boys state tournament lived up to the hype. There were all-time comebacks and triple-overtime thrillers.
The 2018 Nebraska state boys basketball tournament begins at 9 a.m. Thursday. Here is a look at some of the top uncommitted players to watch in Class A and B.
Masry Mapieu, dropped from Nebraska’s 2018 recruiting class over concerns he wouldn’t academically qualify, will be another in-state prospect headed to a FBS program other than the Huskers.
The 2018 Nebraska state boys basketball tournament begins at 9 a.m. Thursday. Here is a look at some of the top uncommitted players to watch in Classes C-1 and C-2.
David Wingett had a record-breaking career at Winnebago and helped lead the Indians to a 2015 Class C-1 state championship.
The 2018 Nebraska state boys basketball tournament begins at 9 a.m. Thursday. Here is a look at some of the top uncommitted players to watch in class D-1 and D-2.
South Sioux City guard McKenna Sims is the Cardinals' leader both on and off of the floor.