Hartington Cedar Catholic’s Sara Reifenrath laid down the gauntlet in Class C, running the fastest preliminary times in the 100, 200 and 400 at the state meet Friday.
Blue Hill captured its first state volleyball championship Saturday by defeating Hartington Cedar Catholic 25-16, 25-21, 14-25, 26-24 in the Class C-2 final.
Hartington Cedar Catholic used an aggressive approach to knock off the defending champion Superior 25-22, 25-19, 25-17 Friday afternoon in the Class C-2 state tournament semifinals at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
It was the Kalynn Meyer show at Lincoln Southwest. The Husker commit and Superior junior had 30 kills in the four-set win over Freeman.
With three (Norfolk Daily News) rated teams in town for a triangular, most volleyball fans at the Battle Creek High School gym on Thursday expected to see some close matches. It didn’t happen.
En route to their first semifinal, Lincoln Lutheran handed district champion Arcadia-Loup City their first loss of the year, the Rebels having gone 10-0 until Lincoln’s 21-12 quarterfinals victory.
Kameron Kissinger did her part to make sure that Class C-2 No. 1 Hastings St. Cecilia didn’t suffer a first-round state tournament disappointment.
The girls bracket is set: Pierce and Crofton will square off in the Mid-State Conference championship game Saturday evening at the Cox Activities Center on the Northeast Community College campus.
Ultimately, Hartington Cedar Catholic’s ability to force turnovers, snare loose balls, and pull down timely rebounds helped the Trojans overcome some inconsistent free throw shooting to hold off Norfolk Catholic’s comeback efforts.
So much for lower-than-usual expectations and a rebuilding year for the Crofton girls basketball team.
A penny doesn’t mean much to most. But to Harrington Cedar Catholic senior Anna Reifenrath and her teammates, the coin means a lot.
Superior captured its first championship Saturday at the state volleyball tournament with a 15-25, 25-21, 12-25, 25-14, 15-10 win over Hartington Cedar Catholic.
Cedar Catholic downed defending champion Stanton 25-22, 25-18, 22-25, 25-18 Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena behind its standard balanced attack, coupled with an unusual error-prone offense from the Mustangs.
Entering the 48-team state volleyball tournament, only two teams have perfect records. As luck would have it, they play in the same class. The top squads in Class C-2 are No. 1 Hartington Cedar Catholic (32-0) and Nebraska Christian (31-0).
Cedar Catholic kicker Quinn Paulsen missed a 40-yard field goal as time expired, allowing Central City to escape with a 27-26 win here Friday night.
After surviving the first blow, the second was too much for Norfolk Lutheran to take in a 40-16 loss to Hartington Cedar Catholic at Veterans Memorial Field on Saturday afternoon.
Hartington Cedar Catholic got down-right defensive in the second half to turn away Battle Creek 21-6 here Friday night at the Hartington Community Athletic Complex.
On Saturday, Norfolk Lutheran took one of three sets from Hartington Cedar Catholic in the Wakefield tournament.
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. 10 through 5 today.
Tom Vlach plans to run the New York marathon in November while wearing a T-shirt with his sister Sue’s picture on the back. He said that’s the only way he could ever finish ahead of her.
A little white lie set the table for a big first half in Hartington Cedar Catholic's 76-53 win over Laurel-Concord-Coleridge in the Class C2-5 boys subdistrict final here Thursday afternoon.
It was just one game, but then again it was so much more. Hartington Cedar Catholic’s girls basketball team was to play its final home game Feb. 7 against Homer. On the same night, Hartington-Newcastle was scheduled at home against Wausa.
A Payten Gamble 3-pointer created a clearing, and the Class C No. 4 Blue Devils navigated their way to a 51-46 win
HARTINGTON — D.J. Spahr didn't score much here Thursday.
A stifling defense and a couple big plays proved to be the winning formula for Class C No. 6 Hartington Cedar Catholic. The Trojans made a safety, field goal, and pick six stand to knock off No. 2 Battle Creek 12-7 at Bob Schnitzler Field in a battle of undefeated squads Friday.
Conference titles in golf are a new experience for both the individual and team champs of the 2016 Mid-State Conference Golf Tournament.