The Lincoln Locker Room football camp series came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln Pius X.
Joe Dworak reported for Shrine Bowl camp without trepidation. But how? It had been nine months since he had contact on the football field.
The Jackrabbits beat out UNO and Colorado State for Markowski. She also received interest from Nebraska, Creighton and Iowa State.
Lincoln Pius X senior Charlie Easley has committed as a preferred walk-on to Nebraska. The 6-foot-2, 190 pound guard announced his decision Sunday on Twitter.
Steph Kolbas knew her son was very competitive. But when he finished his freshman season by playing with a 103-degree fever during last May’s Class A state meet, she found out how far he could push those competitive bounds.
Lincoln Pius X defeated Omaha Roncalli 71-59 in double overtime on Saturday to capture the Class B championship at the state basketball tournament.
Charlie Easley was his typical self Saturday, scoring a game-high 25 points to go with 12 rebounds and six assists as top-rated Lincoln Pius X posted a 71-59 double-overtime victory over No. 3 Omaha Roncalli in the Class B championship.
World-Herald video showed reserve Dominic Pelan running onto the court with 0.7 seconds left in overtime to leap onto a teammate’s back — running past an official signaling a foul on Skutt.
Three free throws with five seconds remaining in overtime Friday by Holton Harmon allowed Lincoln Pius X to edge Omaha Skutt 62-59 in overtime in the Class B boys state basketball semifinals at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Kolbe Rada averages 13.9 points per game — second most on the team — helping lead the 24-2 Thunderbolts to the top seed in Class B.
Charlie Easley scored 20 points Thursday to lead Lincoln Pius X to an 83-43 victory over Scottsbluff in the first round of the Class B boys state basketball tournament at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Every year, the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame honors Great Moments in High School Sports. For basketball, those include Lincoln East’s “Miracle on Vine Street” finish in 1971, Wahoo’s “Richter Roar” Class B final against Lincoln Pius X in 1989, Andre Woolridge’s “Nifty Fifty” game for Omaha Benson in 1992 and Winnebago’s run to a state title in 2015.
A hug almost cost Millard North a state championship. In my 30-plus years as a World-Herald sportswriter, that might be the strangest line I’ve ever written.
One of the wildest finishes ever in Class A girls basketball tournament history turned into the longest game ever in the tournament Friday night, with Millard North finally getting to its first state final.
Lincoln Pius X sophomore Alexis Markowski has a last name that should be familiar to an avid Nebraska basketball fan.
Top-seed Lincoln Pius X advanced in the Class A girls state basketball tournament Thursday with a 55-36 victory over Omaha Benson at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Lincoln Pius X junior Katie Stonehocker is accustomed to reaching the top of the medial podium at the state swimming meet. As she surveyed the second- and third-place finishers to her left and right, the faces were familiar, too.
Lincoln Pius X guard Charlie Easley is one of the state's top scorers at 22.3 points per game. The three-year starter is also one of the top in-state players in the 2019 class whose recruitment is still open.
Jerry Partridge never doubted that Greg Zuerlein would come through. The former Missouri Western coach had seen Greg the Leg/Legatron knock in big-time kicks from long distances in clutch situations before.
Spencer Schomers’ basket with 12.6 seconds remaining lifted No. 7 Omaha Creighton Prep to a 63-62 win Saturday at No. 2 Lincoln Pius X.
Which Lincoln Pius X will be there Saturday for Omaha Creighton Prep, the one that led Omaha Skutt by 16 Monday night or the one that lost the lead and went to overtime?
Check out more photos from Top 10 Lincoln Pius X's overtime victory over Class B No. 4 Omaha Skutt.
Doing the little things right in the back half of her 100-yard breaststroke race at Saturday’s Omaha Westside Invitational helped Katie Stonehocker edge season leader Jocelyn Randby.
Lincoln Pius X’s Kolbe Rada didn’t let the atmosphere get him on Thursday against Kearney in a rematch of the Heartland Athletic Conference tournament championship played at Pius last week.
Charlie Easley finished with 33 points, four more than Kearney’s Shiloh Robinson, as Top 10 No. 3 Pius X (10-1) won in its debut season in the HAC — or any conference.
Brian Spicka knows what senior leaders Charlie Easley and Austin Jablonski can do to change the complexion of a game for his Lincoln Pius X boys basketball team.