Twenty minutes from Memorial Stadium sits the home Caden McCormack has lived in his entire life.
Supporting roles had much to do with Lincoln Southwest repeating as Class A’s All-Sports champion.
The Lincoln Locker Room football camp series came to an end Friday with the High School Jamboree at Lincoln Pius X.
Kate Dilsaver gave swimming a try when she was younger but found two other sports that she loved more than being in the water.
Nate Fibich scored twice, including one 81 seconds in, and Class A No. 5 Gretna knocked off fourth-ranked Lincoln Southwest, 4-2.
Top-ranked Millard West will play second-ranked Lincoln Southwest at 1 p.m. Saturday in the final of the Frank Ryan Invitational.
The Top 10 No. 1 Bearcats scored on a pair of first-half counters and got a late winner on a set piece to knock off fourth-ranked Lincoln Southwest 3-2 in the inaugural I-80 Cup.
Lauren West scored 31 points Saturday night to lead Millard North to a 62-52 win over Lincoln Southwest in the Class A girls state basketball tournament final.
LINCOLN — For Lincoln Southwest coach Jeff Rump, perhaps the greatest satisfaction in seeing his team reach the Class A state championship game is the realization of how far it has come.
Senior forward Jaden Ferguson scored 24 points Thursday to lead Lincoln Southwest to a 69-55 victory over Omaha Westside.
One of Lincoln Southwest’s remarkable swimming streaks ended Saturday, but by the conclusion of the 46th girls state championship meet, the most important one was still intact.
Before Saturday, Tommy Palmer’s biggest claim to fame was as the kid flapping his arms in a bird costume. Now the Lincoln Southwest freshman has started writing his own legacy against some of the state’s top swimmers.
Omaha Marian and Lincoln Southwest successfully navigated the first day of the state girls swimming championships Friday just as co-favorites should.
Though she’s the state’s top-ranked swimmer in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly, Berkeley Livingston won’t be competing in either event at this week’s state championship.
Hannah Kelle scored 12 points Thursday night to lead Class A No. 10 Lincoln Southwest to a 51-36 win over Top 10 No. 3 Omaha Westside.
Lincoln Southwest has three seniors who will play a sport in college next year other than basketball.
FREMONT, Neb. — An impressive first quarter paved the way to victory Friday night for Lincoln Southwest.
For Lincoln Southwest’s Nick Leader, walking on at Nebraska is a family affair. Leader, a Class A honorable mention selection, is following the path his father took. David Leader walked on at Nebraska, then lettered in 1991 and 1992.
Lincoln Southwest's Abbie Squier has committed to play softball at Nebraska.
The Lincoln Southwest High School auditorium is normally reserved for the Silver Hawk's stars of the stage. But on Wednesday morning two Silver Hawk stars of the gridiron took that stage.
Lincoln Southwest's Caden McCormack announced on Twitter Thursday morning he will walk on at Nebraska. A little more than an hour later, York lineman Noah Stafursky announced he too will be a Husker walk-on.
Wasted possessions due to turnovers, violations, and other mistakes hindered the Panthers’ performance Friday night against Lincoln Southwest.
Husker coach Tim Miles was in the house at Lincoln Southwest to see Hunter Sallis, who had a solid first half. But Southwest was the dominant team in the second half Thursday night, outscoring Millard North 37-18 for a 56-45 season-opening win.
Michael Anderson caught two touchdown passes Friday night as Lincoln Southeast defeated Lincoln Southwest 14-10 at Seacrest Field.
Nebraska added a walk-on kicker Saturday afternoon when Lincoln Southwest’s Dylan Jorgensen committed to the Huskers.
A highly anticipated top 10 matchup was anybody’s game, for about six minutes. Lincoln High scored on five straight possessions in the first half of its 43-3 rout of No. 9 Lincoln Southwest Friday.