It's the first state basketball title for the Bulldogs as a co-op as they finished the season 23-6.
No. 2-rated Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family raced to a 22-5 first-quarter lead on its way to a 61-43 victory over No. 3 Paxton on Friday in the Class D-1 state tournament semifinals at the Devaney Center.
The Bulldogs took a 13-point lead before the end of the first quarter and never let up in the program’s first state tournament game.
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.
ST. PAUL — No. 3-seeded Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family made history in a resounding statement.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features a matchup of Northeast Nebraska's top lower-class teams — Class C-2 No. 1 BRLD (11-1) vs. Class D-1 No. 5 Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family (11-2).
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WISNER — Class D No. 3 Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family was chomping at the chance to get back on track following losses in two of its previous three games. Class C No. 7 Wisner-Pilger was the victim.
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.
Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family rallied to knock off three-time defending state champion Johnson-Brock 25-22, 22-25, 23-25, 27-25, 15-12 in the Class D-1 semifinals Friday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
No. 1 Fremont Bergan def. No. 8 North Platte St. Patrick’s 25-16, 25-20, 25-15
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The Knights get a game-high 22 points from Miah Wiebelhaus in the win over Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family.
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The Class D-1 No. 4 Bulldogs hit 26 of 32 free throws — 16 of 19 in the first half — and weathered a couple of comeback efforts to finish off a 61-55 victory at Elgin/Pope John.
The Randolph girls made six 3-point shots in a 46-42 win, while the boys hit seven in their 50-40 victory.
Class D-1 No. 4 Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family seemed to have all the momentum when it outscored Class C-2 No. 4 Stanton 19-4 in the third quarter to lead by nine going into the fourth quarter.
The first six minutes belonged to Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family. But the final 26 minutes and, ultimately, the game belonged to Stanton as the Mustangs turned up the defensive pressure for a 48-32 win in the Class C2-5 subdistrict final at the Norfolk Catholic Activities Center on Thursday.
Monday night’s Class C2-5 subdistrict semifinal match between Lutheran High Northeast and Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family was the first five-setter this season for both squads.
Ryan Brand hit a free throw with 1.7 seconds left to cap an emotionally charged fourth quarter and lift Lutheran High Northeast to a 58-57 win over Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family in the first game of the Class C2-6 subdistrict tournament here Monday.
The Lutheran High Northeast Eagles came ready to play Tuesday night in the C2-6 subdistrict final, and the result was a win over Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family in a three-set thriller--25-20, 28-26, 31-29.
The Polk County Slammers were one hit away from possibly sweeping the triangular field at David City on Thursday night, but they came up a little bit short.