Nebraska volleyball recruit Kalynn Meyer had 17 points and 12 rebounds as Superior held off Fremont Bergan, 40-35, in a Class C-2 quarterfinal.
Lexie Langley tied a Fremont Bergan record for kills in a match earlier this season. She also has played a big part in Fremont Bergan’s 12-2 start, its state ranking and its very realistic goal of making its first Class C-2 state tournament appearance in more than a decade.
Host Omaha Roncalli swept Fremont Bergan 25-23, 25-23, 25-21 on Thursday night in a season-opening volleyball match.
Lincoln Southwest defeated Fremont Bergan 10-4 on Monday in an elimination game at the Class A state baseball tournament.
The first day of the Class A state tournament had a little bit of everything.
Lincoln Southeast rallied for a 13-12 win over Fremont Bergan on Saturday in a first-round game at the Class A state baseball tournament.
Drew Poulas tossed a no-hitter Monday to lead Fremont Bergan to a 2-0 win over host Bellevue West in the District A-6 final. The victory boosts the 10-10 Knights into the state tournament for the first time in 19 years.
Fremont Bergan is gaining a reputation as a team you do not want to see in districts. Exhibit A is Saturday’s 2-1 win over Class A No. 8 Papillion-La Vista in an A-6 semifinal. The victory also came at Fricke Field, the Monarchs’ home diamond.
Ex-Fremont Bergan standout Adam Dykman is transferring from South Dakota State to Division-II Augustana, Vikings coach Tom Billeter announced Thursday.
As high-scoring sophomore guard Dacey Nelson went, so did Oakland-Craig in the C2-3 subdistrict final.
After a doubleheader sweep by Fremont Archbishop Bergan Tuesday night, Norfolk High baseball coach Sean Wetterberg hopes his players have a short memory.
Senior guard Riley Tegtmeier scored 35 points — a total that included seven 3-pointers — Thursday as No. 1-ranked Bruning-Davenport/Shickley defeated No. 7 Fremont Bergan, 52-35, in the first round of the Class D-1 boys basketball tournament.
For the Class D1 No. 2 High Plains boys basketball team to get to the state tournament for a fifth straight time, the winding road took the Storm through the Archbishop (Fremont) Bergan Knights Tuesday night in the D1-2 district final at Central Community College in Columbus.
A blitz of penalties and a turnover in the red zone stymied Oakland-Craig in the first half, but the Knights quickly found their groove in a 22-6 win vs. Fremont Bergan Friday night at Heedum Field in Fremont.
A look at the preseason rankings for Class C-2, players to watch, games to checkout and more.
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, Class C-2 is featured, with Nos. 5 through 10 today.
Division I recruits. State champions. Record-setters. Talk about your star collection. This year’s All-Nebraska basketball team fit in perfectly at UNO’s Mallory Kountze Planetarium, where such constellations routinely appear.
No. 3-rated Freeman turned the tables on No. 2 Fremont Bergan.
The Southern Valley Eagles couldn’t quite figure out Adam Dykman Thursday afternoon. In result, the Fremont Bergan Knights advanced to the Class C-2 state semifinals after defeating Southern Valley, 56-49. Dykman’s game-high 24 points were too much to overcome.
Chris Paulson marvels at the progress senior Adam Dykman has made to his game the past couple of years. Paulson, Dykman’s basketball coach at Fremont Bergan, saw the progress on display two weeks ago when the Knights played at Boys Town.
A total of 19 teams made their way to the Midland University campus for Class D-1 District wrestling this past weekend.
Fremont Bergan senior Adam Dykman, center, announced Saturday on Twitter that he is committing to play basketball at South Dakota State next season.
Jaxon Simons had 19 points Friday night as Class C-1 No. 2 Wahoo Neumann defeated Class C-2 No. 2 Fremont Bergan 59-50 in Centennial Conference boys basketball.
With her team struggling on offense, Daryn Willman provided a spark for Grand Island Central Catholic.
Grant Lahm’s team was at full strength. Adam Dykman’s wasn’t. While each of the small-school standouts gave his team 24 points Friday night, Lahm had more help as Class C-1 No. 1 Columbus Scotus defeated Class C-2 No. 2 Fremont Bergan 53-41 in a prelude game to next week’s Centennial Conference tournament.
Wahoo Neumann and Fremont Bergan helped themselves, and the prestige of the Centennial Conference, by going up in class Saturday and winning.