Top-ranked Millard North moved to 16-0 on Tuesday night with a 25-19, 25-16, 22-25, 25-19 victory over fourth-ranked Omaha Marian.
With thunderstorms rolling through Omaha late Tuesday afternoon, Millard North sophomore Allison Louthan figured the Creighton Prep Cross Country Invitational at Boys Town would be canceled. But once the rain moved out, it left behind ideal running conditions.
Mike Zagurski didn’t allow an earned run in the final month of the PCL’s regular season. A fitting end to a successful summer in which he returned to the majors for the first time in five years.
Millard North is adjusting fine to its new-look lineup this season. Ben Starman and Nick St. Onge, who as juniors finished third at state in No. 1 doubles, both won singles titles Thursday during the Millard North Invitational at Koch Tennis Center.
Millard North remained unbeaten Tuesday night with a 16-25, 27-25, 20-25, 25-11, 15-10 win over host Papillion-La Vista South.
Nebraska is the latest to offer a scholarship to Millard North sophomore Hunter Sallis. Nebraska coach Tim Miles offered the 6-foot-3 guard a scholarship prior to kickoff of the Colorado game Saturday afternoon.
Top-ranked Millard North moved to 13-0 by capturing their own invitational Saturday. Millard North did it the hard way, defeating perennial national power St. James Academy from suburban Kansas City for the championship.
Elkhorn South senior slot receiver Cooper Jewett followed up last week's 131-yard, three-touchdown performance with another stellar showing on Friday.
Creighton has struck gold with talent from Omaha in recent years. And they continue to mine the area. Millard North sophomore Hunter Sallis, who is 15 and yet to play his high school season, is the latest to get an offer from the Bluejays.
Millard North defeated host Lincoln Pius X 26-24, 25-21 on Tuesday night in a matchup between the two top ranked Class A volleyball teams in the state.
Though preseason ratings are always dicey, I seemed to get one thing right last week. Millard North deserved to be ranked No. 1 in Class A.
McKenna Ruch had 10 kills Saturday to lead Millard North to a 25-22, 25-13 win over Papillion-La Vista in the final of the Bellevue West Invitational.
Millard West rolled past Millard North 35-0 on Friday night in the season-opening football game for both schools.
Millard North's Max Murrell turned a strong AAU season into high expectations for him and the Mustangs this fall.
Millard South and Millard North are used to having next-to-no easy weeks on their schedules. One year, Millard North was an undefeated state champion and every one of its 13 opponents was in the Class A playoffs.
Another big game from Brenden Andersen led to a big victory for the American Legion team from Omaha Central.
Jayna Green has become a household name for Millard North girls basketball. Although not the team's leading scorer, she is an integral part of the Mustangs' attack.
Madness apparently isn’t exclusive to March, and the state soccer tournament is proof. The six-day event, which wrapped up Tuesday, was among the more crazy in recent memory.
Jitters have a way of getting to freshmen when they play in their first state tournament. Millard North’s Mary Faulk said that was the case during the opening day of the Class A tennis tournament. But Faulk overcame some nervous moments and reached the No. 1 singles semifinals Thursday.
Millard North’s upperclassmen had come up short against Omaha Marian in each of the past two Class A girls soccer state finals, but their third try produced a different result.
Millard North’s ponies packed a punch Monday night, and the result was a state title.
When the top two Class A girls teams in the state meet Monday night in the state championship match, they’ll be well acquainted.
Laynie Kuhn scored in the 60th minute and teammate Regan Zimmers added another in the final seven minutes as Class A No. 2 Millard North beat sixth-ranked Millard West 2-0 in the semifinals.
The Class A No. 2 Mustangs got a pair of second-half goals and beat No. 10-ranked North Platte 2-0 in the opening round of the girls state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Squaring off in the Metro Conference semifinals at No. 1 singles, Millard North's Mary Faulk stayed in front for most of the match as she upended Omaha Marian’s Julia King 6-4, 6-3 Wednesday at Koch Tennis Center.
The two — freshman Mary Faulk and junior Josie Friedman — also won singles titles Friday afternoon, leading the Mustangs to the title at the eight-team Millard North Invitational.