Lincoln High athlete Darius Luff committed to play football at North Dakota on Saturday. UND was the first and only Division I school to extend Luff a scholarship offer.
To stay in the winners bracket of its American Legion area tournament, the team from Omaha South needed a dominant pitching performance.
Another big game from Brenden Andersen led to a big victory for the American Legion team from Omaha Central.
Ten years after his first NFL training camp, Danny Woodhead is enjoying a summer when his only focus is tucking his four kids into bed every night and doing what they want to do.
Nebraska wrestlers brought home 10 All-America honors from this week’s U.S. cadet and junior national championships, which wrapped up Friday in Fargo, North Dakota. But no one from Nebraska had a better week than Jakason Burks.
When starting quarterback Dalton Bohac went down with an injury in the Eight Man-1 state championship game, only to return and lead East Butler past South Loup for its first state title since 1989, coach Shawn Biltoft figured it was indicative of the character his team showed throughout the season.
Coaches have been raving this week about the quality of the Class 1-A state baseball field. Council Bluffs St. Albert and Martensdale-St. Marys on Friday gave performances befitting of that praise.
Tri-Center stumbled out of the gate and didn’t register the type of competitive effort it is accustomed to. Top-rated and top-seeded Mason City Newman raced to an eight-run lead after two innings and coasted to a 10-0, five-inning victory
Wahoo sophmore-to-be Elle Glock is headed to USC to play volleyball.
It shouldn’t be difficult for the American Legion team from Millard West to refocus for the Class A area tournament. When the perennially powerful squad from Omaha Creighton Prep is in your bracket, that’s enough to grab your attention.
Alex Schaake and Luke Kluver went through the first-tee jitters Thursday in their first time facing professional tour competition.
Following a loss in the state semifinals to champion East Butler, Howells-Dodge is looking for another run at postseason play.
Duncan Patterson knew his Council Bluffs St. Albert baseball team had reached a crossroads in its season. On June 13, the Falcons had lost four straight by a combined score of 36-10. But it wasn’t so much the results as it was their approach that bothered him most.
Tri-Center understands the challenge. Just don’t expect the Trojans to genuflect to Mason City Newman when they step to the plate.
The player sustained a neck or back injury, Douglas County 911 dispatchers said, and a rescue squad was dispatched to the scene.
Seward wing Nate Lliteras' first offer come on Thursday from Stony Brook (Suffolk County, N.Y.). He then received another from Army-West Point on Monday, with a third coming from Rider on Tuesday.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Eight Man-1 is featured, with No. 3 Creighton today.
The last time Harlan Community didn’t reach the state baseball tournament, junior ace Brett Sears had just completed the third grade.
Max Anderson belted a two-run walk-off home run Tuesday to lift Roof Tech (Millard West) to an 8-7 win over South Dakota power Rapid City in the championship game of the Gopher Classic.
Nebraska is the first power-conference school to offer Lincoln North Star guard Donovan Williams, though more could follow. “It’s real big for me and my family, and I’m just excited to see what the future holds for us," Williams said.
South Loup is coming off its best year in school history, losing in the state championship 36-14 to East Butler.
Needing to exorcise its demons, the Council Bluffs St. Albert baseball team went straight to the Vatican.
After falling 4-0 to Central Springs in a Class 2-A state quarterfinal Monday afternoon, Lo-Ma returned to Rogers and grinded out a 4-3 consolation-game victory over Wilton, locking up a tie for fifth place in Class 2-A.
Two in-state recruits turned top performances in New York into scholarship offers from Nebraska on Saturday night.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Eight Man-1 is featured, with Nos. 10-5 today.
In Don Lyons’ final game in the purple and gold, there was no Hollywood ending: Harlan eliminated Denison-Schleswig 10-5 Monday in a Class 3-A district final.