Gothenburg senior wide receiver Bennett Folkers on Sunday committed to walk-on at Nebraska.
Grand Island Central Catholic kicked its offense into overdrive in the second half against Gothenburg, and the result was a 60-30 victory in the finals of the GICC Holiday Tournament.
The Vikings defeated Gothenburg 51-30 after shooting just 1 of 9 from the field in the first quarter.
Grand Island Northwest made the most of the first of its limited home appearances Tuesday night, as the Vikings powered past Gothenburg 25-12, 25-14, 25-12.
The Class C-1 No. 7 Warriors raced to a big lead early, rode a stingy defense throughout and cruised to the win over fifth-ranked Gothenburg at the Devaney Center.
A roundup of Saturday's boy's basketball action at the Heartland Hoops Classic in Grand Island.
When it counted most, Gothenburg turned to its strength. That strength is junior outside hitter Arleigh Costello, who had six kills in the fifth set — including match point — to help lift the Swedes (2-3) to a 25-18, 25-17, 19-25, 12-25, 15-12 victory over St. Pat’s (3-6) on Thursday in North Platte.
In a battle of undefeated teams from Lincoln County, it was Wallace that kept its record unblemished with a five-set victory over Sutherland on Tuesday.
Gothenburg senior Dylan France’s high jump of 6 feet, 4 inches held greater significance than just the winning height at Tuesday’s Cozad Track and Field Triangular.
Class C-1 No. 3 Columbus Scotus used a fast start to the second half to pull away from sixth-ranked Gothenburg for a 58-39 win Thursday afternoon in the first round of the boys state basketball tournament at the Devaney Center.
It’s party time in Gothenburg. For the first time in 10 years, and just the second time since 1964, the Swedes are off to the state tournament after defeating Gordon-Rushville 58-44 in the C-6 District Final on Monday in Sidney.
Despite having defeated Ogallala twice already, Gothenburg entered Thursday’s C1-11 Sub-District Final with something to prove. The Swedes did so, draining nine 3-pointers in a resounding 61-38 victory at Sutherland High School on Thursday.
Bryce Larson may have had one of the toughest first and second round draws of anyone at the state wrestling tournament in Omaha on Thursday.
David Wingett's 32 points led Winnebago, which extended its winning streak to 25 games.
The Gering boys improved their record to 7-1 and advanced in the Cabela’s Holiday Shootout Monday night in Sidney after taking down Gothenburg 63-49.
Gering started Monday what it hopes will be a nice winning streak after taking down Gothenburg 47-45 during the first round of the Cabela’s Holiday Shootout in Sidney.
Northwest extended its winning streak at its home tournament in an efficient manner Saturday. The Vikings only needed 10 innings to win three games at the Veterans Complex.
To nobody’s surprise, strong winds greeted the contestants at Thursday’s Gothenburg Invite at Wild Horse Golf Club in Gothenburg. The prestigious course features wide fairways, tall prairie grass rough and a dearth of trees and water making it challenging.
Gothenburg junior pitcher Karleigh Kleinknecht returns to the circle this season, looking to comeback from a torn ACL suffered this winter playing basketball for the Swedes.
Finalists for The World-Herald Nebraska boys and girls athletes of the year awards.
The stars were out on an otherwise gray Saturday at Burke Stadium. From ace sprinters KJ Cotton and Chloe Akin-Otiko to Ty Hansen of Fremont to Millard South’s Katie Spencer and Gothenburg’s Tiani Reeves, the state track meet was full of quality performances.
A pair of Gothenburg athletes set the gold standard in Class B on Friday. Seniors Tanner Borchardt and Tiani Reeves won all-class gold medals in two of the field events that were delayed 30 minutes by rain at Burke Stadium.
Nebraska volleyball walk-on pledge Tiani Reeves of Gothenburg said she has dealt with a slight knee injury throughout the track season.
Grand Island Central Catholic’s boys basketball team is heading back to the state tournament for the first time since 2011. But it wasn’t easy. Gothenburg made the Crusaders earn it.
Insane is how Gothenburg senior Tanner Borchardt summed up the Swedes’ 58-57 overtime victory over Cozad in the semifinals of the Southwest Conference Tournament.
It was a barn burner in Cozad Thursday night as the Haymaker boys and girls both won tight games over Gothenburg.