Second-ranked Omaha Westside won a shootout 5-3 to beat seventh-ranked Lincoln North Star 3-2 in the opening round of the boys state soccer tournament Thursday at Morrison Stadium.
There's a pair of elite athletes among the Williams brothers. Bryson, a true freshman defensive tackle at Wisconsin, has risen up the depth chart after enrolling early. Now Donovan, a 6-foot-4 sophomore guard from Lincoln North Star, is forging his own path as a Division I prospect.
Lincoln North Star's Luke Reimer has scholarship offers from North Dakota, South Dakota and South Dakota state. He's hoping for more.
Lincoln North Star senior Derek Ruhl scored two points in the Class A, District 4 semifinal on Friday night.
Lincoln North Star has hired Tony Kobza from Omaha Benson to be its next football coach.
No. 1 Lincoln East improved to 14-0 Friday night with its 56-40 win at Lincoln North Star.
Lincoln North Star made a second-half charge, but Norfolk held on down the stretch.
Lincoln North Star's strong start wasn't enough to derail Lincoln East's bid for a three-peat in the Heartland Athletic Conference Tournament.
A sturdy defensive effort and a knack for getting to the free-throw line helped Lincoln North Star beat Grand Island 47-41 Friday night in the Heartland Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals at Lincoln East.
Central Missouri quarterback Brook Bolles, a Lincoln North Star graduate, is one of 10 finalists for the Harlan Hill Trophy as the Division II player of the year.
Mark Waller, the only head football coach in Lincoln North Star’s 15 years, said Tuesday he is stepping down.
The Lincoln North Star batting order was certainly that, as the Navigators totaled 28 hits -- including six doubles -- between the two games of their sweep over Norfolk High Thursday evening.
In a battle of big plays and momentum shifts, Norfolk hung on for a 38-37 win over Lincoln North Star here at Seacrest Field on Friday night.
Braedan Evans scored the winner in the 64th minute and Class A No. 7 Millard West held off fifth-ranked Lincoln North Star 3-2 Wednesday in the first round of the boys state soccer tournament at Creighton’s Morrison Stadium.
Grand Island Senior High found out it’s hard to beat a team like Lincoln North Star three times in one season, let alone in one month.
Roof Tech (Millard West) put together a 12-1 lead through three innings. And that was plenty of offense to help the Wildcats beat Nebraska Crossing 15-5 in seven innings Tuesday night at the American Legion Class A state tournament.
Dylan Umberhower helped fifth-ranked Lincoln Southwest earn a 6-0 win over Lincoln North Star in the District A-3 final Saturday afternoon at Sherman Field.
It’s still early, but Lincoln North Star coach Lanny Bolles likes the direction his Navigators are heading. North Star is off to a 2-0 start, including a victory over three-time defending state champion Omaha Westside.
The duel didn’t disappoint. South Dakota-bound Triston Simpson, 23 points for Lincoln North Star. Ayo Akinwole, 27 points for Papillion-La Vista.
A sure shot and a dodged bullet. That was how Lincoln North Star advanced in the District A-4 tournament Saturday night in a 68-66 win over Class A No. 8 Millard South.
Will Nordhues’ 30-point scoring performance wasn’t quite enough for Grand Island Senior High. Class A No. 10-rated (Omaha World-Herald) Lincoln North Star built an 11-point fourth-quarter lead and converted 13 of 17 free-throw attempts in the final 3:40 to hold off the Islanders and win 68-62 on Saturday night at GISH.
The Lincoln North Star boys basketball made a big noise in Class A Friday night. The Navigators returned to Norfolk, after suffering a 69-54 loss back on December 5th in the second game of the season, and earned a 69-61 win over the No. 4-ranked Panthers.
After dropping their season openers at Papillion-La Vista on Friday, both Norfolk High basketball squads bounced back with wins at home over Lincoln North Star on Saturday afternoon.
Win another Division II title, and Brady Bolles might be able to say he’s the best of the Bolles brothers. Though it’s a tough call in a family of standout quarterbacks.
Bellevue West dominated an overmatched Lincoln North Star team Friday to advance to the Class A quarterfinals with a 55-7 win. Running back Jaylin Bradley rushed 19 times for 157 yards — 116 in the first half — and quarterback Jadyn Kowalski threw for 275 yards on 14-for-22 passing with three touchdowns.
The Norfolk High volleyball team dropped its home opener in three sets, probably an expected result for a youthful Panthers team going against No. 7 Lincoln North Star.