A strong spring-sports season clinched Lincoln Southwest’s first World-Herald Class A All-Sports grand championship since 2012 and a scoring record for girls sports.
A strong showing by several of the top teams Friday got the Class A meet off to a record-setting start at Burke Stadium. Now all the athletes in Saturday’s finals must hope for some help from Mother Nature.
Millard South rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning Tuesday to defeat Lincoln Southwest 4-3 in an elimination game of the state baseball tournament.
A roundup of Monday's elimination games in the Nebraska high school state baseball tournament.
Class A No. 2 Omaha Westside won a shootout 7-6 and beat third-ranked Lincoln Southwest 1-0 in the semifinals of the boys state soccer tournament Saturday afternoon at Morrison Stadium.
Hunter Waugh tossed a complete-game five-hitter, and Noah Olson threw out the tying run at the plate to end the game as No. 5 Omaha Burke edged No. 1 Lincoln Southwest 2-1 in the first round of the Nebraska state baseball tournament at Werner Park.
Senior forward Delaney Gunn had a hat trick, including both in overtime, as Class A No. 1 Omaha Marian beat fifth-ranked Lincoln Southwest 3-1 Friday night in the semifinals of the girls state soccer tournament.
Cole Quandt’s score in the fifth minute held up as Class A No. 3 Lincoln Southwest beat fifth-ranked Grand Island 1-0 Thursday in the opening round of the boys state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Maranda Kavan put away a loose ball in the box in the 77th minute and Class A No. 5 Lincoln Southwest beat third-ranked Omaha Westside.
Forty-one years. That’s how long it’s been since a team from Lincoln last won the Class A state baseball tournament.
Lincoln Southwest won a close one and a blowout Saturday, but not in the order most expected.
Senior Cole Quandt cleaned up a loose ball off a free kick in the 71st minute and the third-ranked Silver Hawks gritted out a 1-0 win over Omaha Bryan in the District A-3 final at Seacrest Field.
Darius Luff and Caelyn Christiancy picked up where they left off in the 300-meter hurdles. Luff, who hadn’t run the race in Lincoln High’s previous meet, won the Heartland Conference title in 38.99.
When Lincoln Southwest baseball coach Mitch Vernon talks about senior leadership, he’s not kidding.
A midseason humbler was all that stood between Lincoln Southwest’s boys soccer team and an unbeaten regular season.
Cam Frederick homered on the first pitch Wednesday night as Lincoln Southwest defeated top-ranked Omaha Creighton Prep 11-1.
A Silver Hawk sweep highlighted Saturday’s Heartland Athletic Conference soccer championships.
Despite the absence of their second-leading scorer, the Bearcats didn’t miss a beat as they controlled the pace early with three goals in the first half.
Omaha Westside ended Lincoln Southwest's drive to repeat as Class A girls state basketball champions Friday with a 45-40 victory in the semifinals at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Taytem Coleman and her Lincoln Southwest teammates were ready for this rematch.
Goodbyes certainly weren't easy for Lincoln Southwest swimmers taking their final laps Saturday.
The Junior Jays won their 12th consecutive championship and 20th in school history, while the Silver Hawks won their third straight.
Lincoln Southwest seniors Alana Palmer, Kaitlyn Witt and Shelby Mullendore are preparing for their final girls state championship meet Friday and Saturday at the Devaney Center.
The SilverHawks raced to their latest Heartland Conference title by winning all 11 swimming events on the way to a 579-538 victory over runner-up Lincoln East.
No. 5 Bellevue West made nine of 10 shots in a 29-point fourth quarter Thursday night to pull away to a 66-58 win at No. 10 Lincoln Southwest.
Caroline Leibel scored 17 points Saturday night to lead top-ranked Omaha Westside to a 63-56 win over Lincoln Southwest.