Minnesota Lynx rookie Jessica Shepard will be out for the rest of the season after tearing the ACL in her right knee.
The Omaha Locker Room football camp series came to an end Tuesday with the High School Jamboree at Omaha Westside.
Fremont's Taylor McCabe has visited Creighton a handful of times. Her visit Thursday was a little different. The Bluejays became the third Division I school to offer the 5-foot-9 guard.
At high schools like Oakland-Craig, Fremont, North Bend and others, athletic teams came together to help their communities.
Fremont grad Jessica Shepard and Notre Dame are back in the Final Four with an 84-68 victory over Stanford on Monday night.
When former Fremont standout Rylie Cascio Jensen decided to leave Nebraska after her freshman season, she could've sought out a spot at any number of schools and become a starter right away.
No women college basketball teams from the state earned a NCAA tournament berth this season, but Nebraska is still represented. Eight former prep standouts from Nebraska are in the tourney.
Papillon-La Vista defeated Fremont 57-56 on Friday night to win the District A-6 final.
Cody Carlson is missing his hype man. But the Fremont senior is hardly wrestling without motivation.
Jayme Horan scored 25 points Saturday night to lead Millard South to a 56-53 home win over Fremont.
Extra work has paid off for Taylor McCabe. The freshman is one of the top scorers in Class A, averaging 18.4 points for 14-3 Fremont, ranked sixth in the Top 10.
The Norfolk High boys basketball team is hoping to gain some momentum after adding a 61-46 win over Fremont Friday night to a 62-53 win at Papillion-LaVista the night before.
FREMONT, Neb. — An impressive first quarter paved the way to victory Friday night for Lincoln Southwest.
Freshman Taylor McCabe scored 20 points Thursday night to lead Fremont to a 60-54 girls basketball win over Lincoln East.
The Class A cross country team titles Friday for Lincoln East’s girls and Fremont’s boys had parallels and perils. For each, it was the first win at Kearney since 2012.
Coaches are predicting team titles at Friday’s Nebraska cross country state meet for Fremont’s and Omaha Skutt’s boys and Lincoln East’s and Elkhorn’s girls.
For the second time this month on a football night, meteorologists were spot-on with their lightning timing.
The Norfolk High softball team opened the 2018 season by losing 15 of its first 22 games against competition that Panthers coach Derek Siedschlag described as “brutal.”
Dave Sellon was quick with the answer. How long had it been since Fremont beat Kearney in a track meet? “Not since 2005 in the state track meet,” the Tiger coach said.
Jessica Shepard watched the women’s Final Four as a girl and imagined herself on the stage. Sunday night, as the Fremont native jumped and laughed with her national title-winning Notre Dame teammates, Shepard checked a big item off her life’s bucket list.
Longtime South Sioux City coach Kelly Flynn has been named the new girls basketball coach at Fremont High. Flynn led the Cardinals to 11 girls basketball championships in 16 state tournament appearances.
Jayme Horan had 15 points and 10 rebounds Saturday night to lead Millard South to a 57-46 win over Fremont.
Sam Shepard scored 17 points Friday night to lead Fremont to a 44-39 win over Norfolk.
Grand Island kept its early season run on track as the Islanders built an early lead and cruised past Fremont 62-40 Friday.
It’s safe to say that Omaha North is built for the cold weather. The grind-it-out Vikings didn’t waste any time getting into playoff form with a 47-7 victory over visiting Fremont at Kinnick Stadium.
KEARNEY, Neb. — Millard West placed three runners among the top 10 finishers Friday to repeat as Class A girls state cross country team champions.