Kylie Anderson, Emma Prososki and Mia McGrath each scored goals for Class A No. 2 Omaha Marian in a 3-1 win over third-ranked Gretna Saturday afternoon in the semifinals of the girls state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Fremont Bergan defeated Gretna 5-3 on Saturday in a first-round game of the Class A state baseball tournament.
Luka Nedic scored once in each half and Class A No. 2 Omaha South beat fifth-ranked Gretna 4-0 on Friday night in the semifinals of the boys state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Savannah De Fini, Sarah Webber and Sydney Zabloudil scored goals to lead Class A No. 3 Gretna to a 3-0 win over fourth-ranked Papillion-La Vista South.
Nate Fibich scored twice, including one 81 seconds in, and Class A No. 5 Gretna knocked off fourth-ranked Lincoln Southwest, 4-2.
A step up to Class A this season has not hurt the Gretna baseball team one bit. The 14-6 Dragons played well enough to host one of the six Class A district tournaments that will be held this weekend.
Some questions were answered in Gretna’s win over Lincoln East on Monday night. But it was hardly the final word.
Gretna has won all of the matches it’s played so far this season. That is a fact, and that’s all the Dragons are really worried about at this point.
Junior forward Mo Gohr scored a pair of goals, including a second-half penalty kick that gave top 10 No. 6 Elkhorn South a 2-1 win over No. 8 Gretna.
While no Division I universities in Nebraska will play in the NCAA tournament, the state is still represented at the tournament by its former high school players.
The school board voted 6-0 last week to request bids for the turf installation and stadium facilities upgrade.
Tyson Gordon had 20 points, going 12-of-12 on free throws, as Class B No. 4 Omaha Skutt defeated Class A’s Gretna 45-34 Tuesday night.
Don’t blame Gretna. It didn’t ask for this. If the Dragon boys can win their Class A district, all the disparaging remarks about their schedule are moot. If not and they make the state tournament as a wild card without playing one Class A game before districts, someone will be breathing fire and crying foul.
Dacey Nelson scored 33 points Saturday to lead Oakland-Craig to a 71-69 overtime win over Gretna at the Nebraska Prep Classic.
New Class A school Gretna doesn’t yet know where it fits in the large-school boys basketball landscape. But on Saturday against a Treynor club without its big man for most of the game, everything fit together quite nicely for the Dragons.
The Gretna boys earned a 50-41 win over Aurora in the Gretna holiday tournament boys final Saturday afternoon, and the girls never trailed in their final to defeat Omaha Gross.
Gretna is growing. Read that two ways. One, the school has attained Class A status. Two, one of the youngest teams Brad Feeken has coached is off to a 5-1 start after beating Elkhorn Mount Michael 60-49 in Friday’s opener to its holiday tournament.
Sydney McDermott scored 17 points Saturday to lead Omaha Skutt to a 61-46 girls basketball win over Gretna.
Millard North defeated Gretna 25-14, 25-18, 25-9 on Friday night at the state volleyball tournament to advance to the Class A championship match.
Gretna defeated Millard West 25-23, 20-25, 25-23, 24-26, 15-10 on Friday night in a Class A match at the state volleyball tournament.
After pulling away late in the first set Wednesday, Gretna rolled through the next two sets to secure a berth in the state tournament with a 25-19, 25-11, 25-14 win over Kearney in the District A-6 championship.
Baylie Shearer knows that volleyball can be a rough game. She has the broken tooth to prove it. Gretna’s senior setter lost part of her front tooth during a match last week against top-ranked Millard North.
Freshman Skylar McCune had the final kill Tuesday night as host Gretna outlasted Omaha Duchesne 16-25, 25-23, 25-16, 19-25, 19-17.
McKenna Ruch had 12 kills Thursday night as top-ranked Millard North rallied for a 21-25, 18-25, 25-16, 25-17, 15-8 victory over Gretna.
Kenzie Dickmeyer let Millard West supporters exhale a collective sigh of relief Wednesday. The senior catcher clubbed a two-run walk-off home run that gave Millard West a 6-4 victory over Lincoln Southwest in the first round of the Class A tournament at the Smith Softball Complex.
In a game that quickly turned into an offensive showcase, no one put on a better performance Thursday than Billie Andrews.