Humphrey St. Francis scored 30 points and finished fifth in the girls Class D race. Allison Weidner had a hand in all 30.
Ty Hahn scored 19 of his game-high 28 points in the second half Thursday as Johnson-Brock pulled away from a halftime tie to defeat Humphrey St. Francis 67-57 in the Class D-2 first round at Lincoln East.
Wynot coach Steve Wieseler went deep into his playbook. Wieseler called time out with 4.8 seconds left after St. Francis sophomore Allison Weidner missed the front end of a one-and-one with 9.5 on the clock and her team leading 44-43.
Early on, it was Clearwater-Orchard hitting the big shots, including back-to-back 3-pointers by Gage Clifton for a 20-15 lead with just over six minutes left in the first half. But once Class D-2 No. 6 Humphrey St. Francis got going, there was no stopping the Flyers.
When it seemed like Tuesday’s quarterfinal was slipping away, Taylor Wemhoff returned the momentum to Humphrey St. Francis. And the Flyers return home for a rare semifinal in the Eight Man-2 playoffs.
Sara Wertenberger’s basket with 2:16 left put Falls City Sacred Heart ahead to stay as the Irish repeated as Class D-2 girls basketball state champions.
Humphrey St. Francis defeated Exeter-Milligan 74-58 in a Class D-2 semifinal that featured 15 combined 3-pointers.
A first-quarter flurry from the Flyers ensured they would put their first-round matchup in the D-2 state tournament to bed quickly.
Wynot cranked up its defense in the second half, leading to a big upset in the Class D2-2 district final.
The World-Herald's Mike Patterson put together capsules previewing the upcoming girls state basketball tournament.
When Wynot went to the ‘junk drawer’ for its defensive plan, Humphrey St. Francis needed scoring from more players, and the Flyers got it.
Tredyn Prososki’s 3-point shooting early and free-throw shooting late helped Class D-2 No. 2-rated Riverside turn the tables on No. 7 Humphrey St. Francis.
ST. PAUL – Riley Swerczek hoped for a second chance.
The Longhorn girls advanced to their second consecutive Goldenrod Conference championship game with a convincing 48-27 victory over Nebraska Christian.
Just more than a week ago, Class D-2 No. 2 Humphrey St. Francis appeared to be rolling thanks to a 12-0 start.
A seasoned Humphrey St. Francis boys basketball team found a way to win despite shooting 33.9 percent from the field Friday evening at home.
After grabbing the opening tip and hitting a floater in the first 4 seconds of Thursday's game against Humphrey St. Francis, Riverside's Tredyn Prososki didn't slow down.
No. 1-ranked Ewing overcame several slow starts to defeat Humphrey St. Francis 25-23, 29-31, 25-14, 25-20 in the second Class D-2 semifinal Friday at the state volleyball tournament.
Humphrey St. Francis is on its way back to state -- and long-time volleyball coach Dean Korus said, “It never gets old.”
Falls City Sacred Heart lived to fight another day after a 34-30 victory over Humphrey St. Francis on Wednesday. In the playoffs, that’s all that matters.
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, Eight Man-2 is featured, with Nos. 10-5 today.
The competition was fierce at the Riverside Top 10 Camp on Tuesday. The camp, which is in its fifth year, included teams from across Nebraska.
Trevor Kosch didn’t have much trouble defending his title — and winning for the third time. The Humphrey St. Francis senior shot a 2-under-par 70 and won the Class D state golf tournament by 11 strokes on Wednesday at Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte.
Trevor Kosch set himself up nicely to be a three-time Class D champion in boys golf. On a brisk, windy Tuesday, the Humphrey St. Francis senior fired an even-par 72 at Lake Maloney Golf Club, four strokes better than West Holt’s Mason Hale, who sits in second.
A late comeback from Spalding Academy Friday in St. Paul earned the Shamrocks a spot in the Goldenrod Conference title game.
Class D-2 No. 4 Humphrey St. Francis came out with an early blitz that left Palmer stunned in the Goldenrod Conference tournament semifinals Thursday.