Millard West football is off to a 3-1 start in 2018. A key piece to the Wildcats' early success has been Jacob Harmdierks.
Texas A&M baseball has Nebraska ties, and it's paying off on the diamond. A&M added another Nebraskan on Thursday night when Millard West junior Max Anderson committed to the Aggies.
Tristan Gomes scored on a 3-yard run to lift Top 10/Class A No. 5 Millard West to a 34-27 overtime win over No. 4 Millard South on Friday night at Buell Stadium.
A bright sun, strong breeze and 90-degree heat greeted runners at Norfolk’s Skyview Park Friday for the 40th annual Lyle Moeller cross country invitational.
Perhaps an opposing coach said it best when referring to Millard West libero Jaiden Centeno. “She’s like two players back there,” the coach said.
No. 7 Millard West created great field position throughout the first half of Thursday night’s game with No. 3 Omaha North, leading to a 21-0 halftime lead in its 28-14 home opener at Buell Stadium.
Senior Bailey Wilson had 21 kills Thursday night to lead Millard West to a 25-15, 16-25, 25-20, 25-23 win over host Millard South.
Elkhorn South defeated host Millard West 25-23, 25-23 on Saturday to capture the Heartland volleyball tournament.
Once Omaha Burke stopped stopping itself, the Bulldogs could focus on shutting down Millard West for a 31-14 victory.
COUNCIL BLUFFS — In last week’s 27-12 loss to Carroll Kuemper, Council Bluffs St. Albert rushed 32 times for 68 yards. The Falcon offensive linemen were lacking confidence entering Treynor week.
Hailey Petersen had 14 kills Thursday night to lead Millard West to victory over host Papillion-La Vista.
Cole Aniello's recruitment changed hours before Millard West took the field for its first football game of the 2018 season.
In chilly conditions that are more common at state tournament time than in the second week of the season, Millard West heated up just long enough Tuesday night to rally for an 8-7 Metro Conference softball victory over Bellevue West.
Millard West rolled past Millard North 35-0 on Friday night in the season-opening football game for both schools.
There are some new faces among Class A. Joining the ranks of the state’s most populous class are Columbus, Elkhorn South, Elkhorn, and Gretna, who make the leap due to new NSAA enrollment classification rules.
C&H Construction staved off elimination as the team from Omaha Burke earned a 6-0 win over New Brighton, Minnesota, Friday night at the American Legion Central Plains Regional Tournament.
Roof-Tech (Millard West) managed just three hits and lost a 2-0 decision to West Fargo, North Dakota, at the American Legion Central Plains Regional Baseball Tournament on Thursday.
Easton Young's pitched a gem and carried Roof-Tech (Millard West) to a 1-0 win over Wayzata, Minnesota, in the opening game of the American Legion Central Plains Regional Tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
There will be something different this week when Nebraska’s two representatives compete in the American Legion Central Plains Regional. For the first time since 2010, a team from Omaha Creighton Prep won’t be in the mix.
Hunter Waugh pitched a complete game Saturday to lead C&H Construction to an 11-1 win over the Roof Tech Wildcats in the American Legion Class A state tournament final.
The first game this summer between the top American Legion teams from Omaha Burke and Millard West will decide the state champion. The C&H Construction Bulldogs (Burke) and the Roof Tech Wildcats will play Saturday at 1 p.m. at Millard West in the Class A Legion final.
Brenden Tauber had two hits and two RBIs, Max Anderson drove in three runs and Garrett Kennedy scored three runs Wednesday to lead Roof-Tech (Millard West) to an 8-5 victory over OrthoNebraska (Elkhorn) in the championship game of the Class A American Division state Legion baseball tournament.
Roof Tech clean-up hitter Jackson Wright left no one stranded at third base Tuesday night to lead the Millard West team to a berth in Wednesday’s Class A American Legion American Division state tournament championship game.
DJ’s (Bellevue West) committed seven errors, and Roof-Tech (Millard West) made the most of the extra chances in a 13-1 victory that guarantees a berth in Wednesday’s championship game.
The team that reached the American Legion World Series final last year took a step toward that goal Sunday night.
It shouldn’t be difficult for the American Legion team from Millard West to refocus for the Class A area tournament. When the perennially powerful squad from Omaha Creighton Prep is in your bracket, that’s enough to grab your attention.