Over the years, the state track meet has seen most every condition. But a dust storm?
Senior Jadyn Bussinger helps coach a fifth- and sixth-grade team back home, and one thing she enjoys is those players aspiring to follow in the older players’ footsteps.
Jadyn Bussinger scored 17 points and the fifth-ranked Knights again did work at the foul line with 28 free throws to beat Pleasanton.
The Knights get a game-high 22 points from Miah Wiebelhaus in the win over Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family.
The World-Herald's Mike Patterson put together capsules previewing the upcoming girls state basketball tournament.
BASSETT - Sophomore running back Charlie Gale rushed for 136 yards and five touchdowns to lead North Central to a 44-6 win over Wauneta-Palisade here Thursday afternoon.
Lexis Haase scored a game-high 25 points Friday morning to lift top-rated West Point GACC to a 67-50 victory over the No. 4 Knights in the Class D-1 state tournament semifinals at the Devaney Sports Center.
The No. 5 seed Buffaloes couldn’t stay with No. 4 North Central's array of offensive threats, losing 66-51 in the opening round of the girls state basketball tournament.
With a 62-46 win over Randolph in the Class D1-3 district final here Saturday, North Central accomplished a first for two schools.
The Neligh-Oakdale boys and North Central girls earned Niobrara Valley Conference championships Saturday night.
Dizzying, successful, disappointing. All of those applied to Catherine Mick’s Friday at state track. Mick, a senior at Bruning-Davenport-Shickley, completed a career sweep of state championships in the pole vault — a first in Class D.
Addie Shaw didn’t want to be a thrower, and discus still isn’t her preferred event. Nobody could tell that Friday when the senior from North Central High School won a Class D championship by 3 feet.
For the last three years, Addie Shaw of North Central has used the phrase "turn some heads" as a personal motto. But with a Class D title in the discus and runner-up in the shot put, plus a pair of 45-foot throws in the shot put already this season, it seemed a revision was in order.
A pair of 5-1 Niobrara Valley Conference volleyball squads in Elkhorn Valley and North Central duked it out for the maximum here Thursday night.