With some talented seniors gone, veteran coach Jeff Bellar and Norfolk Catholic will quickly learn if a young team can match last season’s success.
Saturday seemed to mark the end of an era in more ways than one for the Norfolk Catholic boys program.
Make it 10 for Dylan Kautz, including a perfect 8 for 8 in open events at the Norfolk Track and Field Classic in his career.
NORFOLK, Neb. — Wayne scored 37 points in the fourth quarter to erase a nine-point deficit heading into the final frame and held on to defeat Norfolk Catholic 66-54 in the final of the C1-7 subdistrict at Norfolk High on Thursday.
For the first time since 2014, Winnebago will not be part of the boys state basketball tournament.
The Class C1-7 subdistrict opener between Norfolk Catholic and O'Neill was certainly a tale of two halves.
Riverside defeated Norfolk Catholic 69-55 in the Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week. Here's World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter's three takes from the game.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features Class C-1 Norfolk Catholic (10-10) traveling to Class D-2 No. 2 Riverside (16-0). Tip-off is 6:30 p.m. Friday in Cedar Rapids.
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The fifth-seeded Knights scored 14 of the game's final 20 points to joust away the fourth-seeded Blue Devils 53-43 to advance to the Mid-State Conference semifinals Monday night at the Cox Activities Center.
Norfolk Catholic senior Dylan Kautz has narrowed his college options. The 5-foot-9, 178-pound running back rushed for 7,580 yards in four seasons as a four-time 1,000-yard rusher. However, football may not be the sport he chooses in college.
Battle Creek’s full court pressure defense contributed to 25 Norfolk Catholic turnovers, and also hurried the Knights’ shooting, as the Bravettes improved to 7-3 on the season with a 63-45 win Friday night at the Norfolk Catholic Activities Center.
The intensity of the action in Tuesday night’s contest between the Norfolk Lutheran and Norfolk Catholic boys basketball teams exposed areas both squads need to improve.
The Norfolk Catholic boys basketball team earned its first win of the season, a 47-38 victory over Omaha Gross, and the first win at the school for first-year head coach Kevin Manzer.
Wyatt Ehlers and Jackson Hirschfeld lifted the undefeated Broncos to a 29-28 win over No. 2 Norfolk Catholic before 2,305 at Memorial Stadium for the Class C-2 title. It was the first overtime game in the state football finals in nine years.
Norfolk Catholic steamrolled its way back to Lincoln, and Dylan Kautz raced his way into the record books.
The rivalry between Norfolk Catholic and Battle Creek dates to the 1980s, but with considerable district ramifications in Class C-2, the only contest that mattered to these squads was played Friday night.
The winless Warriors (0-5), a young squad with just five seniors and several of their 14 freshmen seeing action, hung with 4-1 Norfolk Catholic for awhile—trailing just 14-3 after one quarter—but the Knights’ running game, field position, and defense all combined for a 49-9 Norfolk Catholic win.
Wayne improved to 10-5 on the season by earning a three-set sweep over Norfolk Catholic Tuesday evening, but the match was every bit as competitive as the 25-20, 25-22, 25-18 scores would suggest.
A game-opening 71-yard scoring drive — and a 97-yard kick-off return for a touchdown — had St. Paul thinking upset over Class C2’s second-ranked Norfolk Catholic.
Volleyball fans at Norfolk Catholic’s Activities Center on Tuesday saw essentially the same script play out in all three sets of the match between cross-town rivals Norfolk Lutheran and the host Knights.
Two drives into the game, it looked like another instant classic between Norfolk Catholic and David City Aquinas was just getting started at Memorial Field.
Pierce ran over its rival like never before. The preseason Class C-1 No. 2 Bluejays had three 100-yard rushers in their 48-29 season-opening win Friday night against Norfolk Catholic, the preseason No. 1 team in Class C-2 and last year’s C-1 champion.
Ethan Piper’s football exploits are a small piece of his reputation at Norfolk Catholic, where he’s been running the hallways since kindergarten.
Norfolk Catholic is coming off an undefeated, championship season in 2017 after defeating Boone Central/Newman Grove 35-0 in the championship game.
Norfolk Catholic running back Dylan Kautz has made four unofficial visits to Minnesota.