In the seventh episode of Season 3 of "Where I Come From" — a World-Herald podcast — host Dirk Chatelain sits down for an in-depth interview with Jerry Bartee, the former St. Louis Cardinals minor leaguer, Creighton baseball coach and Omaha South High principal.
Omaha Central alumnus KJ Scott has been granted a partial release from Texas Southern and was given permission to contact other programs.
Josh Schmiesing scored in the first overtime, and Papillion-La Vista South beat Omaha Central 1-0 in the opening round of the District A-3 tournament at Omaha Westside.
Junior Duncan McGuire scored twice, and Class A No. 3 Omaha Creighton Prep beat Omaha Central 4-1 in the Kicks for a Cure event Monday at Morrison Stadium.
The Class A No. 2 Warriors broke through in the second overtime and held off Millard West 1-0 Monday evening in the quarterfinals of the Metro Conference soccer tournament.
Class A No. 5 Wildcats earned a 1-0 decision over seventh-ranked Omaha Central on Thursday night at Norris Middle School.
The Patriots tied the game with a Tyrell Carroll basket in the final seconds of regulation, then pulled off the upset of the top-seeded Eagles in overtime.
When Omaha Central scored the first 17 points and led 23-3 in the first quarter Thursday, it was blowing the doors off the Patriots. Twenty points down. A comeback? Fuggedaboutit.
Those outside of Omaha basketball circles probably haven't heard of the Omaha Celtics. They were a youth team that played in Omaha Sports Academy leagues from 2009 to 2014. If you attend the 2018 boys state basketball tournament this week, you’ll see the Celtics’ fingerprints all over the court.
Arthur Allen, an all-conference basketball player at UNO, died recently. He was 72.
Roman Behrens scored 27 points and Joy Pal added 23 points and 16 rebounds to lead Omaha Central to an 84-76 win over Papillion-La Vista in the District A-1 final Tuesday night at Central High School.
Omaha Central has the Class A wild card in its hand. Will the Eagles need to play it? We won’t know until Tuesday night.
John Tonje scored 31 points, including seven 3-pointers, to help Top 10 No. 3 Omaha Central to a 63-45 win over No. 4 Millard South.
Omaha Creighton Prep junior Jaylin Hunter is thrilled to be back on the court. The guard, whose had to sit out 90 days after transferring from Lincoln High, put an exclamation point on his first week Saturday night.
Roman Behrens has seen more than his fair share of high-level basketball players come through the Omaha Central gym. Now, he's one of them.
Omaha Central’s seven-games-in-11-days grind is in the rearview mirror after an 81-64 victory over Lincoln High on Saturday.
Fremont’s boys still haven’t lost in Al Bahe Gymnasium to Columbus for a long time. But in an unplanned Flashback Friday, Columbus halted its losing streak in Fremont.
The World-Herald's Mike Sautter picked MVPs from the Metro holiday tournament and the athletes who stood out during Thursday's action at Ralston Arena.
Jok Pal had 27 points and nine rebounds Friday night as Metro Conference champion Omaha Central (9-3) blasted previously undefeated Sioux City Heelan 79-49 in the CNOS Classic at Tyson Events Center.
Jay Landstrom will be the next football coach at Omaha Central. Landstrom has been on the Eagles’ staff since 2006.
Omaha Central won its first Metro Conference boys basketball holiday tournament title in four years, beating Omaha Burke 64-55 in Thursday’s final at Ralston Arena.
A handful of consolation games and the Metro Holiday tournament conference semifinals took place Wednesday at Ralston Arena. Here is a look at the players that starred.
Omaha Central handed Omaha Creighton Prep its first loss of the season Wednesday, getting 26 points from Latrell Wrightsell in a 71-58 victory in the semifinals of the Metro Conference boys basketball holiday tournament at Ralston Arena.
Among the many standouts, here are five stars from the Metro Holiday boys basketball tournament quarterfinals at Ralston Arena on Tuesday.
Either Omaha Burke or Millard North is going to be in the Metro Conference boys basketball holiday tournament title game. It’s been a long wait for both.
Omaha Central led the entire second half Tuesday to defeat Omaha Bryan 65-57 in the quarterfinals of the Metro Conference boys basketball holiday tournament at Ralston Arena.