Caleb Badura has back to state-champion status, but on a much higher level.
Lincoln Southeast defensive back Isaac Appleget announced his commitment to South Dakota State on Thursday, about two weeks after he landed a scholarship offer from the Jackrabbits.
The year was 1994, and young Lyndsay Patton was a promising freshman pitcher on the Council Bluffs Lewis Central softball team, filling in for the injured Anne Howsare.
That comes on the heels of Power Five offers he received in the spring from Nebraska (March 29), LSU (April 23) and Iowa (April 29).
York's Brady Danielson was sure of his decision to sign to play basketball for Division II Northern State. But that changed when Northern's head coach of nine years, Paul Sather, accepted the same position at North Dakota in late May.
Five Class B high schools announced Tuesday they will form the new Trailblazer Conference for the 2020-21 school year.
Drake Nettles went out the way his coaches at Council Bluffs Lewis Central always describe him. A winner.
Over the last three days, former Papillion-La Vista South forward Lök Wur has received 11 scholarship offers from Division I programs.
Tyson Guzman played on both sides of the ball for the Warriors, but he was primarily a defensive back for a defense that allowed 9.6 points per game in 2018.
The way senior right-handers Brett Sears of Harlan Community and Ethan Bernard of Council Bluffs St. Albert were mowing through hitters Monday night, it appeared they were intent on being home for the second half of the NBA Finals.
Lincoln Southeast wide receiver Isaac Appleget has two FCS scholarship offers. Both came after a strong showing at the Lindenwood Mega Camp in St. Charles, Mo on May 31. South Dakota State and Southeast Missouri State offered the class of 2020 6-foot-2, 185-pound receiver at the camp.
Minnesota Lynx rookie Jessica Shepard will be out for the rest of the season after tearing the ACL in her right knee.
The Lincoln Locker Room football camp series came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln Pius X.
Teivis immediately becomes a top defensive lineman for the Knights and potentially one of the top defensive linemen in the state.
Weeping Water's Grace Cave showcased her score-first ability at point guard in a state tournament loss to Pleasanton.
Bret Porter became the third walk-on in Nebraska's 2019 recruiting class.
Council Bluffs St. Albert trailed 2-0 at the intermission, but the top-rated Knights put on a remarkable show of skill, speed and precision in the second half. They scored four goals in a span of 3 minutes, 26 seconds, and finished with eight in the second half en route to a 10-0 Class 1-A state quarterfinal victory.
As the three-time defending Class 2-A state champion, Council Bluffs Lewis Central has grown accustomed to taking teams’ best shots, but the Titans absorbed plenty of punishment from an inspired Waverly-Shell Rock team.
Fourth-ranked and defending champion Ankeny Centennial, which blasted A.L. 7-0 last year in the first round at state, squeezed past the No. 5 Lynx 3-2 Thursday in another Class 3-A state quarterfinal at Cownie Soccer Park.
Sam Wibbels said he was honored to be selected in Wednesday’s draft, but it’s not changing his plan. He’s still heading to Kentucky.
Omaha Creighton Prep tight end AJ Rollins became Tuesday the third in-state player in the 2021 class to receive a scholarship offer from Nebraska.
The Omaha Locker Room football camp series came to an end Tuesday with the High School Jamboree at Omaha Westside.
The state’s highest-rated football prospect didn’t recognize the number, but the man on the other end of Zavier Betts’ cellphone delivered historic news. The Bellevue West receiver, a national top-100 recruit committed to Nebraska, was getting an invite to the finals of the Nike Opening camp.
Lewis Central is no longer an afterthought. The ninth-rated Titans slayed top-rated Xavier, a seven-time champion, 1-0 in the Class 2-A championship game at Cownie Soccer Park.
Two camps in three days changed the course of Will Swanson's future, as the 2020 Papillion-La Vista South tight end collected seven scholarship offers in a 36-hour time frame, including one from a Power Five school.
Veronica Svajgl stopped playing soccer in second or third grade. Last year as a sophomore, her Council Bluffs St. Albert classmates urged her to return.