Two in-state recruits turned top performances in New York into scholarship offers from Nebraska on Saturday night.
After going through a midsummer lull, the top American Legion team from Omaha Creighton Prep appears back on track.
He didn’t play varsity basketball and yet has coached Omaha Creighton Prep to multiple state championships. We’re talking about Josh Luedtke. But it could be Brother Mike Wilmot. Or Tom Brosnihan.
It’s about this time that many new high school graduates can turn their focus to the next step: college. For baseball players Drew Dunham and Zach Argo, that commitment means something even more special.
This baseball season will be remembered for many things — the nasty weather, for one — but most important for the championships won by Omaha Creighton Prep and Omaha Roncalli.
As dogpiles go, Omaha Creighton Prep had a good one Thursday following its championship victory at Werner Park.
Millard South staved off elimination Wednesday at the state baseball tournament, defeating Omaha Creighton Prep 7-4 at Werner Park.
Omaha Creighton Prep held on for a 9-8 win over Millard West on Tuesday night in a winners bracket Class A state baseball tournament game at Werner Park.
Omaha Creighton Prep defeated Omaha Burke 4-3 on Monday night in a winners bracket game at the Class A state baseball tournament.
Class A No. 2 and top-seeded Omaha Creighton Prep held off No. 8 seed Lincoln Southeast 10-5 in the first round of the Nebraska state baseball tournament at Werner Park.
Kansas State’s coaching staff figured it would be getting an effective pitcher when signing Omaha Creighton Prep’s Dylan Phillips. Then the Wildcats realized more may be in store for them.
Scott Steinbrook may have been sporting a shirt that said “Dream Big,” but his reality was a little more fun Thursday evening.
This district final went much better than the one a year ago for Omaha Creighton Prep.
Class A’s last two boys state champs were the first two into this year’s tournament as second-ranked Omaha South and No. 4 Omaha Creighton Prep punched tickets with district titles Wednesday evening.
Omaha Westside’s Joe Stegman a three-hitter as the ninth-ranked Warriors defeated second-ranked Omaha Creighton Prep 4-0.
Dylan Phillips went the distance Saturday to pitch Omaha Creighton Prep to an 8-3 win over Millard West in the final of the Don Kraft/Millard South Invitational.
Trendell Dawkins, a 6-foot-3, 285-pound offensive lineman from Omaha Creighton Prep, received a scholarship offer from South Dakota State on Monday. That makes him the 17th in-state recruit in the 2019 class to receive a Division I scholarship offer to play football.
Cam Frederick homered on the first pitch Wednesday night as Lincoln Southwest defeated top-ranked Omaha Creighton Prep 11-1.
Omaha Creighton Prep had the only winning performance among Nebraskans at the Kansas Relays.
Omaha Creighton Prep junior Akol Arop has had an offer from UNO since December. His second Division I offer came from Drake after a home visit with head coach Darian DeVries on Monday.
Top-ranked Omaha Creighton Prep took advantage of some shaky fielding Tuesday night to put away No. 2 Millard South. The Junior Jays struck for four unearned runs in the first inning en route to a 10-0 home victory.
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 Junior Jays went 4-0 in the Metro tourney, including wins Friday over Millard South and Millard West.
Omaha Creighton Prep won the Metro Conference baseball tournament Friday night by defeating Millard West 11-1 at Fricke Field.
Omaha Creighton Prep defeated top-ranked Millard South 5-2 on Friday in a semifinal of the Metro Conference baseball tournament.
Creighton Prep's Ryan Bena is a football legacy. Bena, a 6-foot-3, 275 pound junior offensive lineman, has college football programs calling regularly.