Nebraska got an early jump in the recruitment of AJ Rollins.
The Junior Jays used an interception in the end zone by junior Alex Bullock and a fourth-down stop on the goal line in overtime to set up junior Alex Foley's game winning 30-yard field goal.
The rescuers for Omaha Creighton Prep’s overtime win Friday night deflected the praise. But without Alex Bullock and Pat Foley, the Junior Jays wouldn’t have beaten Omaha North.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features preseason Class A No. 8 Omaha North traveling to No. 10 Omaha Creighton Prep.
Creighton Prep enters year three of the Tim Johnk era. The Junior Jays finished 2018 with a 5-5 record but the foundation and culture for success is set.
Former Husker running back Devine Ozigbo caught a fourth-quarter touchdown pass for the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
"Our guys have a different look in their eyes when they go to the plate,'' Lincoln North Star assistant coach Rich Bishop said. "We were just happy to be here, but now the guys want something more.''
Elkhorn sophomore Drew Christo was solid, and the Antlers scored four runs in the bottom of the first inning to get the win in the first round of the Class A state tournament.
Calen Protaskey delivered the big hit Wednesday night as the American Legion team from Omaha Creighton Prep stayed on its late-season roll.
Omaha Creighton Prep tight end AJ Rollins became Tuesday the third in-state player in the 2021 class to receive a scholarship offer from Nebraska.
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.
Always act like the best player on the field. Grant Van Scoy has been back and forth on that one.
The Swimming Scientist has a new laboratory, and he’s ready to begin testing and creating.
The Wildcats eliminated three-time defending state champion Omaha Creighton Prep, 5-0, at Haymarket Park behind the five-hit pitching performance of Keyton Barnes.
Kyan Lodice hit a one-out double for the Wildcats in the bottom of the ninth and eventually scored.
Omaha South was crowned 2019 Class A boys state soccer champion.
When No. 3 Omaha Creighton Prep meets second-ranked Omaha South Monday night for the Class A boys title, there will be another one on the line. It will be the renewing of the rarest of rivalries. One with more than just respect. One with admiration.
World-Herald soccer writer Nick Rubek breaks down the Nebraska high school boys state soccer championship matches.
The last Class A first-round state tournament game Saturday between Omaha Creighton Prep and Millard West was postponed by rain.
Omaha Creighton Prep will need to travel a tough road at the state baseball tournament in quest of its fourth straight championship.
Luke Waters scored in the ninth minute and teammates Matt Anderson and Michael Ambrose added second-half scores to lift Class A No. 3 Omaha Creighton Prep to a 3-0 win over seventh-ranked Papillion-La Vista
Matthew Baysa and Michael Ambrose scored first-half goals for Creighton Prep.
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound wide receiver/defensive back received a scholarship offer from South Dakota State on April 17 and North Dakota on April 21.
Grand Island defeated Omaha Creighton Prep 6-4 on Saturday to capture the district A-5 championship.
The Top 10 No. 3 Junior Jays weathered a pair of equalizers — including one in the 99th minute — and converted their final four attempts in a shootout to outlast upset-minded Omaha Central 3-2 in the District A-4 championship match.
Omaha Creighton Prep won its third Metro Conference boys track title in five years and Papillion-La Vista South girls took their first victory lap in the Burke Stadium meet since 2012.