The Tigers overcame shooting woes with sturdy defense and relentless offensive rebounding to record the program’s first state tournament win since 1927.
LINCOLN — After scoring the first 11 points of the game, Class C-1 No. 2-rated Wahoo saw No. 7 Adams Central equal that run in the second quarter to pull even.
World-Herald staff writer Mike Patterson breaks down this year's Class C Nebraska girls state basketball teams.
Baylor Scheierman’s career-high 38 points carried the Huskies past Seward 66-63. They will play York, a 53-45 winner over Adams Central, in Saturday’s 7:45 p.m. final.
It wasn’t until Jacob Herbek’s putback of a missed free throw with 37.1 seconds left that the Crusaders were able to close the door on the Patriots for a 51-44 victory in the Subdistrict 9 final.
The Grand Island Central Catholic boys basketball team passed its first postseason test in its quest for the state tournament.
Aurora’s Big Two sat more than they were in the game together in the second quarter Friday night.
The Grand Island Central Catholic boys basketball team found themselves in survival mode in the second half against Adams Central.
The Grand Island Northwest Vikings did virtually everything right start to finish and the result was an impressive 72-54 victory over Class C-1, No. 4 Adams Central.
Adams Central passing game made it difficult for Grand Island Central Catholic.
Kearney Catholic has made it a habit of starting slow the first two games they’ve played this season.
AURORA — Adams Central’s debut in the Central Conference tournament will conclude with an appearance in Saturday’s championship game.
Adams Central coach Zac Foster recognized what he had in David Bohlen before the senior ever played a varsity game.
It may have been a bit chilly at the Class B state golf tournament in Columbus, but the Aurora contingent walked away with some goals achieved and maybe a smile or two.
Grand Island Senior High’s offense finally cut loose Friday night as the Islanders amassed 557 total yards and produced their highest scoring output of the season in a 41-15 homecoming victory over Millard South at Memorial Stadium.
Evan Johnson grew up even more for Adams Central Friday night. The Adams Central freshman quarterback stepped in for Dawson Eckhardt, who injured his collarbone in the first game of the season.
Cole Spady went into the 2015 season as Adams Central’s backup quarterback, but coach Shawn Mulligan wanted to find a way to get Spady on the field.
There was no place like home for the Adams Central track and field teams. The Patriots took advantage of competing on their home turf as both came away with Lou-Platte Conference titles Thursday at Adams Central High School.
Saving its best for last again put Wahoo Neumann atop the heap of Class C-1 basketball schools. The No. 1 Cavaliers bounced back from a tough outing in Friday’s semifinals with a strong four quarters Saturday for a 63-54 victory over No. 2 Adams Central.
Adams Central, ranked second in Class C-1, hit eight 3-pointers as it earned a 44-40 victory over No. 3 Columbus Scotus in the C-1 semifinals at the boys high school state basketball tournament Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
David Bohlen scored a game-high 30 points as No. 2-rated Adams Central ended its state-tournament drought with a 53-43 first-round victory over No. 9 North Bend Thursday afternoon at the Devaney Center.
Adams Central looks to get rid of a big “0-for” during this year’s Class C-1 state tournament. The Patriots are making their eighth state appearance but are still in search for their first victory.
A dominant fourth-quarter performance put Adams Central back where it wants to be.
Painful. That is the best – and only – way to describe Adams Central’s final day at the State Wrestling Tournament.
Austin Cooper had some motivation during his 160-pound quarterfinal match against Holdrege’s Prestin Melroy.
After losing twice to start the week, Adams Central got a satisfying finish to it by defeating Top 10 No. 10 Columbus Scotus 61-52 Saturday at the Heartland Hoops Classic.