Millard South advanced to the Class A state baseball tournament final Thursday by defeating Fremont Bergan, 7-6, at Haymarket Park.
Fremont Bergan defeated Gretna 5-3 on Saturday in a first-round game of the Class A state baseball tournament.
The baseball season began with Fremont surrounded by water and many homes flooded. But that hasn’t stopped Fremont Bergan, which co-ops with Fremont High, from putting together an outstanding spring that yielded a state tournament berth.
Historic flooding the past 10 days hit several towns hard as coaches have been left scrambling. Teams like Fremont Bergan and Douglas County West (Waterloo-Valley) have yet to play a game but hope to open the season this week.
It's the first state basketball title for the Bulldogs as a co-op as they finished the season 23-6.
Fremont Bergan had a 14-0 run in the middle of the third quarter Friday to open up a close game and roll to a 56-39 victory over Elm Creek in the semifinal round Class D-1 boys basketball tournament.
Fremont Bergan rallied from a two-point halftime deficit to defeat Fullerton 73-64 in the first round of the Class D-1 state championship at Lincoln East High School.
Fremont Bergan won the program's first state basketball title with a 36-27 victory against Dundy County-Stratton in the Class D-1 championship at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Fremont Bergan’s hopes for a volleyball-basketball state championship sweep are stronger than ever.
The Knights trailed Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family by one with about a minute left in the game but converted five free throws in the final seconds to win 54-50.
After reaching the state tournament last year for the first time in 16 years, Fremont Bergan’s goal was to return this season. The Knights accomplished that but now hope for something better — a first state championship.
Good things came to those who waited in Class D on Saturday at the state wrestling tournament. Top-ranked Plainview had to sweat out its first ever team title, sealing it only when podium newbie Fremont Bergan suffered an upset loss in the second-to-last match of the day.
Day one at the state wrestling tournament finished with Fremont Bergan in pretty heady territory. Alone on top.
The Fremont Bergan lineup is fueled by its lower weights. Freshman Caden Arps is ranked No. 2 at 113 and returning champion Zach Hamilton is atop the 120-pound ratings.
Nothing was left uncontested in the North Bend-Fremont Bergan game Saturday night, down to the student seating.
Fremont Bergan won its first state volleyball title Saturday, sweeping Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 25-15, 25-18, 25-14 on Saturday in the Class D-1 final.
A first state title is just one win away for Fremont Bergan, which took care of business Friday at the state volleyball tournament.
No. 1 Fremont Bergan def. No. 8 North Platte St. Patrick’s 25-16, 25-20, 25-15
Fremont Bergan moved to 13-0 on Thursday night with a 25-21, 25-13, 25-18 victory over Douglas County West. The Class D-1 No. 1 Knights have not dropped a set this season, this time dispatching the Class C-1 Falcons.
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.