Malcolm outside hitter Jaela Zimmerman was named the Gatorade Nebraska volleyball player of the year on Tuesday.
Creighton recruit Jaela Zimmerman put up big numbers for Malcolm on Thursday. But the North Bend duo of seniors Kristin Lux and Brooke Fredrickson supplied a little more firepower, leading the fourth-ranked Tigers into the Class C-1 semifinals.
KEARNEY, Neb. — Millard West placed three runners among the top 10 finishers Friday to repeat as Class A girls state cross country team champions.
In the same spot where his legs gave out a year ago, David City Aquinas senior Elijah Frasher began gradually pulling away from his opponents Friday at the Class D state cross country championship meet.
Two teams that have gone deep in tournament play the past two seasons advanced undefeated Wednesday in the Class C state tournament.
Kearney Catholic, which was tied with Malcolm 18-18 late in the third quarter at the Devaney Center, scored 11 of the next 14 points to remain undefeated.
If you’re going to win the school’s first state championship, you might as well make it memorable. Omaha Concordia did that Saturday night in the Class C-1 tournament final at the Devaney Center. The Mustangs swept previously unbeaten Malcolm for the championship, but it’s the way Concordia captured the title that fans won’t forget.
Kearney Catholic went four straight years without knowing what it felt like to lose at state volleyball. After Friday, the unfamiliar, dejected feeling of defeat occurred, leaving the Stars one game short of trying to win a fifth-straight C-1 championship. Malcolm ended the Stars’ run with a 25-14, 25-20, 21-25, 25-13 win to advance to the championship match.
After overwhelming a team three seeds higher, Malcolm has its chance Friday to end Kearney Catholic’s four-year run as Class C-1 volleyball champion. The Clippers stayed undefeated through 33 matches — in this wacky year for Class C-1, they came in as the No. 6 seed — by beating Chadron 25-13, 25-18, 25-11 in a first-round match Thursday night at Lincoln North Star.
Season 24 of high school softball is in the books after two schools won their first-ever state titles and the other won its sixth.
Malcolm proved that its No. 1 ranking was earned as a powerful third inning spelled disaster for No. 5 Cozad in the Class C state softball championship game Friday at the Smith Softball Complex in Hastings.
One of Class C’s newbies and a former champ worked their way through the first two rounds Wednesday of the state softball tournament. Top-ranked Malcolm is making the most of its first state tourney bid with run-rule victories over Wahoo Neumann (11-3) and Raymond Central (15-7) at the Smith Softball Complex.
It’s been a good season for Creighton recruit Jaela Zimmerman. It’s been an even better one for her team, one of three undefeated squads in the state.
Two teams from both Class B and Class C made their way Wednesday through the first two rounds of the state high school softball tournament undefeated.
A roundup of the first-round action at the Class C state softball tournament Wednesday in Hastings.
Waverly erased an early deficit with a five-run third inning and went on to defeat Bennington 6-3 Wednesday night to win the Senior American Legion Class B state tournament.
For the final six innings, Malcolm's defense never let West Point's offense get going. In the meantime, Malcolm was able to scratch out enough offense to end West Point's season 5-2 on Tuesday night at East City Park.
A slow start — at least for this team — didn’t sidetrack Lincoln Christian on Thursday night. The Crusaders, ranked No. 1 in Class C-1, rolled to a 62-36 victory over Malcolm in a C1-3 subdistrict final at Waverly High School. Lincoln Christian (22-1) advances to a district final Feb. 26 while the Clippers (20-4) hope to snag one of two wild-card slots to the state tournament.
With two minutes to play in the first quarter the Malcolm Clippers had built a 15-0 lead over the Centennial Broncos.
The High Plains girls basketball team trimmed the Giltner lead to 49-43 with 3:22 to play in the game Friday night.
The Malcolm Clippers didn’t waste any time Thursday night jumping to a big lead and rolling to a win in their season opener against the Heartland Huskies.
The Huskies of Heartland High School kept the trend they established in football this year… win big.
Moving the football in Friday night’s key C2-3 District contest between the Class C2 No. 7 Malcolm Clippers and the Fillmore Central Panthers was easier said than done.
The Malcolm Volleyball Invite kicked off last Thursday night with two games and ended on Saturday with a three-game slate for the Centennial Broncos.
The Battle Creek American Legion Juniors baseball team got the Class C state tournament here off to a thunderous start, rolling Malcolm 13-3 in five innings.