Norfolk teenager Luke Kluver earned a repeat ticket to the professional Pinnacle Bank Championship by winning the Indian Creek Invitational on Sunday.
The Kansas recruit’s 2-over 74 on a windy day was one better than the 75 by Jake Boor of team champion Omaha Creighton Prep.
Luke Kluver will be on his home course — Norfolk Country Club — bidding for his record-tying third state title on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Kansas-bound Luke Kluver of Norfolk shot the first 61 in state high school boys golf history, winning the District A-1 tournament at Fremont Golf Club.
Luke Kluver conquered the monster he’s known as Yankee Hill Country Club.
Champions Run had never played longer for an Omaha Creighton Prep boys golf invitational, yet Norfolk’s Luke Kluver gave up hitting drivers mid-round.
Two-time state high school boys golf champion Luke Kluver of Norfolk announced his commitment to Kansas on Tuesday.
It wasn’t quite wire-to-wire, but the Norfolk High boys basketball team produced a complete game in its last home appearance of the season.
After finishing the regular season with a pair of dual wins over Lincoln Southeast Tuesday evening, the Norfolk High swimming and diving teams now turn their attention to their first experience in the Heartland Athletic Conference meet.
The Norfolk High boys basketball team is hoping to gain some momentum after adding a 61-46 win over Fremont Friday night to a 62-53 win at Papillion-LaVista the night before.
Norfolk swimming and diving coach David Nelson has had some especially good days lately.
The Norfolk boys and girls basketball teams were both seeking important wins Friday night against the Lincoln North Star Navigators.
The Norfolk High School boys and girls swimming and diving teams improved their dual records to 4-0 with wins over Columbus on Tuesday evening.
Kearney’s 6-foot 8 post player, Shiloh Robinson, contributed 15 points in the Bearcats 50-48 overtime win at Norfolk Friday night.
Norfolk and Wahoo could be in Class B together for boys basketball in the 2019-20 school year.
The Norfolk boys and girls basketball teams’ trek through a gauntlet of Class A’s top teams continued Saturday afternoon. And after both Panthers squads fell to Omaha Westside — the boys by the score of 63-56 and the girls 54-43 — both are still looking for their first win of the season.
Wasted possessions due to turnovers, violations, and other mistakes hindered the Panthers’ performance Friday night against Lincoln Southwest.
Lincoln Pius X struck first Thursday night at Memorial Field, and Norfolk could not recover.
The Panthers’ offense wasn’t exactly ‘purring,’ but did more than enough to defeat 11-18 Lincoln High in three sets (25-18, 25-19, 25-18) as the squad celebrated ‘senior night’ Tuesday night.
Sweeping a pair of games from Columbus, by scores of 7-0 and 11-7, Tuesday evening leaves Norfolk High one game shy of a .500 season (16-17).
The Norfolk volleyball team started slowly on Tuesday, dropping the first set to visiting Fremont. Then outside hitter Alex Ruth put the team on her back and led the Panthers to a convincing four-set victory 21-25, 25-19, 25-16, 25-14.
As the Norfolk and Lincoln Pius X volleyball teams warmed up for Thursday night’s match on opposite sides of the net, one thing was obvious: the Lincolnites were a whole lot taller.
The Norfolk High softball team opened the 2018 season by losing 15 of its first 22 games against competition that Panthers coach Derek Siedschlag described as “brutal.”
A win is a win. And the Norfolk volleyball team definitely got that, with a 3-0 straight-sets shut-out of 2-11 Lincoln North Star — 25-16, 25-18, 25-20 — which allows the Panthers to improve to 5-3 on the season.
The Norfolk High softball team is finding the going tough against tough teams.
The Norfolk volleyball team took the confidence it gained by going 3-1 in its own invitational tournament Saturday into Tuesday’s match with Grand Island. The Panthers gave the home crowd plenty to cheer about with a dominating straight-sets victory, 25-17, 25-17, 25-12.