The Lincoln Locker Room football camp series came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln Pius X.
Daustin Manske struck out 11 and walked one. He gave up a single in the second, fourth and sixth innings.
Daryl Blue practiced what he taught to hundreds of journalism students at Lincoln Northeast. Blue covered sporting events for more than 40 years for The World-Herald, then the Lincoln Journal Star.
Papillion-La Vista South wasted no time doing away with Lincoln Northeast on Monday night, punching its ticket to the Class A state tournament with a 78-53 District A-2 final win.
Millard North will return to the Class A girls basketball state tournament after beating Lincoln Northeast 53-45 in Friday night’s District A-7 final at home.
Top-ranked Millard North stretched its win streak to nine Thursday night with a 60-54 win over Lincoln Northeast.
Olivia Boudreau sank a free throw with 0.8 seconds left Saturday to lift top-ranked Papillion-La Vista to a 51-50 win over Lincoln Northeast.
Local high schools are altering their schedules for Friday's football games due to an inclement weather forecast.
Omaha Roncalli ran the Ralston Rams off their home turf Thursday with a 48-point first half that led to a 62-23 River Cities Conference football victory for the Crimson Pride.
In a game of punches and counter attacks, one mistake is all that seemed to separate Norfolk High and Lincoln Northeast on homecoming night for the Panthers.
Services for Jerry Motz, who holds the Class A boys basketball record for most points in a game, will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 8550 Pioneers Blvd.
The Locker Room camp series made its inaugural visit to Lincoln this week. It came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln High.
The last time Jordan and Dana Janssen went one-on-one, Jordan was entering his sophomore year at Lincoln East and his dad had just landed on the mailing list for AARP.
Attacking the basket paid dividends for the Norfolk High girls basketball team.
The Rockets take a 0-21 record into the final weekend of the regular season. Unless they can pull off an upset, they’ll finish what longtime observers believe to be the first winless season in the program’s 77-year history.
Playing in front of members of Grand Island's 2002 Class A state championship boys basketball team, the current edition of the Islanders put together an impressive first half Friday against Lincoln Northeast.
Tuesday’s dual with Lincoln Northeast represented a step in the right direction for the Grand Island Senior High swim team.
Lincoln Northeast has played well without McKenna Minter, a first-team All-Nebraska selection last season as a freshman. The Rockets are 5-1 since Minter suffered a season-ending knee injury in a Dec. 15 game.
Alieyya Jones scored a game-high 18 points to lead Lincoln Northeast to a 55-47 win over host Lincoln East on Friday night.
Lincoln Northeast guard McKenna Minter suffered a torn ACL in a 70-52 loss at Lincoln High last Friday.
Lincoln Northeast sophomore shooting guard McKenna Minter has received her third Division I college offer from Wichita State. Minter also holds offers from Creighton and Illinois State.
Dylan Kor scored three touchdowns in a 27-point first half, including one of Riley Harms’ two touchdown passes, as Fremont improved to 4-2 with a 27-21 win over Lincoln Northeast at Memorial Stadium.
This week in Nebraska high school football starts on Thursday, courtesy of Jim Delany and Shawn Eichorst, but there are benefits. Games have gotten spread out over three days. It’s never bad for a sportswriter to see more games and more teams.
Memorial Stadium on Sept. 30 will host high school football regular-season games for the first time since 1947.
The seventh leading scorer in the state is leaving Lincoln Northeast for Tampa, Florida. 2020 guard Malcolm Whitlow, who averaged 22.1 points per game in his sophomore season, is headed to Carrollwood Day School.
The American Legion team from Lincoln Northeast wouldn’t be denied in the final of the Mike Peterson tournament.