Norfolk Catholic running back Dylan Kautz has made four unofficial visits to Minnesota.
Three in a row, twice. As expected, Dylan Kautz of Norfolk Catholic won the 100 and 200 meters. “After my freshman year, I wanted to go four in a row," Kautz said. "This is another step.”
A change in strategy and direction helped the Norfolk Lutheran/Catholic girls soccer team change the direction of its match against Schuyler at Wilderness Park on Monday.
The Norfolk Catholic/Norfolk Lutheran boys soccer team (7-3) earned a fourth-straight win and, with district assignments just around the corner, hope they can continue a push to be playing their best at the right time of the season.
After Madison had cut a 20-point lead to six, Norfolk Catholic found its footing in time to keep its season alive with a 52-40 win in the Class C1-5 subdistrict opener at Norfolk High on Monday.
The pairing for Thursday night’s C1-5 sub-district final will feature a Wayne vs. Pierce match-up — the third, and most significant, time the Blue Devils and Bluejays will meet this season.
A full court press and the scoring of a couple of seniors helped Norfolk Catholic to an early lead, and the Knights never gave Madison a chance to get back in the game.
The fourth quarter proved to be the difference-maker in Crofton’s win over Norfolk Catholic Thursday night in girls action.
The Norfolk Catholic boys were able to overcome mistakes and win, but the girls squad was not.
The Norfolk Catholic girls and boys basketball teams earned a split with Winnebago Tuesday evening in a pair of ‘make-up games’ left over from December.
The Knights made enough plays down the stretch to secure a 46-41 victory.
A 15-0 second-quarter run helped turn a slow start for Norfolk Lutheran into a 45-33 win over Norfolk Catholic.
Ultimately, Hartington Cedar Catholic’s ability to force turnovers, snare loose balls, and pull down timely rebounds helped the Trojans overcome some inconsistent free throw shooting to hold off Norfolk Catholic’s comeback efforts.
There is a sports cliché that when two rivals play, one can throw out the records.
The Norfolk Catholic wrestling team set aside any sense of fatigue Thursday night and defeated Wayne 54-24 in dual action.
Top-ranked Norfolk Catholic didn’t let Boone Central/Newman Grove out of the starting gate in Tuesday’s rematch while winning its record 10th state football title.
Norfolk Catholic had a hard time slowing Dylan Gentrup when the Knights played Boone Central/Newman Grove in September.
Get caught up on everything you need to know heading into the Class C-1 championship Tuesday.
If he's even, he's leavin'. That old saying applies perfectly to Norfolk Catholic running back Dylan Kautz. If you think you're in position to bring him down, he'll flash his breakaway speed and leave you behind.
Norfolk Catholic's Ethan Piper is not a known commodity by national recruiting analysts. But at 6-foot-4, 265 pounds, he is the No. 9-ranked player in Nebraska's 2019 class.
Wahoo didn’t get many chances to put points on the scoreboard Friday night, and when the Warriors got close the Norfolk Catholic defense slammed the door shut.
In a game filled with ‘big moments,’ the most important may — for this season, at least — deserve to be known as “the drive.”
Many football coaches don’t get to 100 games before calling it a career. Jeff Bellar has coached in 100 playoff games, the last 99 at Norfolk Catholic.
Jeff Bellar's state-record 344th career victory came quickly Friday night. Norfolk Catholic scored on its four first-half possessions, getting two rushing touchdowns apiece from state sprint champion Dylan Kautz and fullback Kelby Schafer, for a 29-0 halftime lead in a 35-0 victory at Wayne State College.
This week’s pertinent numbers are 344, 548 and 37.
No matter the process, the end result was a pair of 25-19 set scores as Norfolk Lutheran swept Norfolk Catholic to cap a triangular hosted Tuesday by the Knights.