Brady capitalize on big play after big play against an overmatched and outmanned SEM team, en route to a 87-12 victory at home.
Lane Edis ran for four scores and Mullen rolled to a 78-18 opening-night win over Brady on Friday.
The Lady Bobcats (12-10) used staunch defense to defeat Maywood-Hayes Center (11-10) 40-30 in a girls D1-11 Sub-District semifinal matchup on Tuesday in Gothenburg, setting up a date with No. 1-seeded Brady (15-7) in tomorrow’s sub-district title game.
Maxwell outscored Brady 18-10 in the third quarter en route to a 66-46 victory on Tuesday in Maxwell.
Brady running back Matt Neiman scored six touchdowns and rushed for 289 yards on 28 carries in a 68-32 victory over Medicine Valley on Friday.
The Brady Eagles opened the 2015 volleyball season with a decisive 3-0 (25-22, 26-24, 25-17) sweep over their rivals to the west, Maxwell, on Thursday.
Tara Callahan returns for her junior season at Brady as the leading attacker from the Eagles’ 2014 team. However, the three-year starter is finding herself in a different role: Leader.
The Brady boys and girls walked away with the team championships Saturday at the Class D UNK invite.
The Brady girls dominated from the opening whistle on Thursday in the second semifinal of the MNAC Tournament at North Platte Community College.
Anselmo-Merna’s tempo was too much for Brady on Saturday. The Coyotes ran and pressed their way to a 61-49 win over the Eagles in the championship game of the Brady Holiday Tournament.
Brianna Einspahr nailed three 3-pointers to start the fourth quarter and Wauneta-Palisade topped Brady 52-37 in the first round of the Brady Holiday Tournament on Friday.
The Brady girls basketball team used tough defense to get past Paxton 43-25, while the Paxton boys got the better of Brady, winning 48-37 on Friday night.
Something has to give in Brady tonight. Two 2-0 teams in Paxton and Brady meet in the nightcap of a boys-girls doubleheader.
Ansley-Litchfield had a week’s worth of rust to shake off. But when it did, that was all she wrote.
Brady’s run of postseason success ended at the hands of Ansley-Litchfield on Thursday in the first round of the Class D-1 state tournament.
Brady set the tone on its first play from scrimmage with a 72-yard pass from Trevor Mann to Matt Neiman, and carried that momentum the rest of the way to defeat Overton 48-36 in the first round of the Class D2 playoffs on Thursday.
It took just one play for Brady to grab the lead against Wallace on Friday.
It will be a battle of talented backfields when Wallace and Brady meet Friday in the game of the week.