Omaha North has been known for three things this decade — winning state championships, a strong offensive line and a solid defense.
Omaha North will spend 2018 defending last year's state title, and will do so with a heavy dose of Zander Gray.
Omaha Burke and Omaha North held a combined practice Friday morning at Omaha North.
Omaha North’s Dariauna Lewis, an All-Nebraska basketball player who signed with Missouri State, moved onto the all-time charts in the girls triple jump at No. 10 with her gold-medal 39-2½ on Saturday at Burke Stadium.
A strong showing by several of the top teams Friday got the Class A meet off to a record-setting start at Burke Stadium. Now all the athletes in Saturday’s finals must hope for some help from Mother Nature.
With 3:44 remaining in the fourth quarter and Minnesota trailing Utah 112-85, former Creighton and Omaha North star Justin Patton made his debut.
Omaha North running back Zander Gray is ready to be the Vikings' bell cow in 2018. Gray split carries with speedy senior Milton Sargbah last season. With Sargbah graduating, Gray will look to improve on his 1,707 yards and 25 touchdowns from a season ago.
Millard North’s eighth single-digit win of the season put the Mustangs into the Class A girls state tournament for the first time since 2013.
The Panthers lost 46-37 to Omaha North (11-11) in the opening round of the Class A-3 district.
After they were All-Nebraska football teammates, Masry Mapieu and Milton Sargbah will reunite at Iowa Western.
Milton Sargbah rushed for more than 5,000 yards and 59 touchdowns in 34 career games, including a Class A leading 2,285 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior.
All-Nebraska senior running back Milton Sargbah is patiently waiting for his chance at a power conference scholarship offer. He hopes that offer comes from Nebraska.
McGhee, who graduated from TCU last May, is living in California and training with past Olympians and other Olympic hopefuls.
The Lynx slowly separated from Thomas Jefferson to pick up the 54-40 win in defeating their intracity rival for the second time this season.
Millard North rallied from an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit at the Metro Holiday tournament Tuesday to keep its perfect record intact. The No. 2 Mustangs moved to 9-0 with a 56-54 victory over No. 7 Bellevue West in a quarterfinal at Ralston Arena.
Maddie Krull scored 17 points Tuesday to lead top-ranked Millard South to a 69-33 win over Omaha North at the Metro Holiday tournament.
Revenge may be a dish best served cold — not a reference to Saturday’s weather — but Omaha Westside and Millard North didn’t wait long to exact theirs in the Metro Conference’s holiday tournament.
Kyle Perry had 26 points and Tyrell Carroll 20 as Millard South pulled away to a 60-40 win over Omaha North.
The Vikings rallied from a seven-point deficit to post a 60-48 victory over Elkhorn South in one of eight first-round games at Ralston Arena. North (3-3) advanced to play top-ranked Millard South when the tourney resumes Tuesday.
Dariauna Lewis scored 28 points Friday to lead Omaha North to a 60-48 win over Elkhorn South at the Metro Holiday tournament.
Omaha North defensive back Vernon Johnson has a Class A state championship and runner-up medalist despite being a junior varsity player his freshman and sophomore seasons.
Lincoln Northeast guard McKenna Minter suffered a torn ACL in a 70-52 loss at Lincoln High last Friday.
Brackets and schedules have been released for the Metro Conference holiday basketball tournament, which will be played Dec. 28-Jan. 4 at Ralston Arena.
Freshman CeCe Hacker scored 23 points Tuesday night to lead host Omaha Marian to a 61-46 win over Omaha North.
Indulge in a little session of what-if, please, regarding the finish of Tuesday’s Class A final. What if Kearney’s 23-yard field-goal attempt stayed 6 inches more to the right, just getting inside the left upright? Or if the goalposts weren’t college-width?
There is no denying that Omaha North senior running back Milton Sargbah can run. He has 2,050 yards and 27 touchdowns on 187 carries this season.