After coming up short at the Class B state tournament in the spring, the team from Omaha Skutt is having a solid American Legion season.
On Saturday at the Devaney Center, Kyle Snyder defeated Kyven Gadson in the 97-kg championship at Finals X to earn a spot on the national team at the world championships in October in Hungary.
The Class B No. 3 Titans scored twice in the top of the seventh to tie the game and once in the eighth, then held on for a victory over the No. 2 SkyHawks at Sherman Field in Lincoln on Tuesday.
Class B No. 1 Omaha Roncalli benefited from walks and a critical error to beat Omaha Skutt 3-1 in the state tournament Monday.
Skylar Heinrich broke a few hearts and then broke a little news Monday night.
What more could you want out of the Class B girls championship Monday night?
No. 2 Omaha Skutt opened its Class B baseball title defense with a 9-0 win over No. 4 Elkhorn.
Junior forward Laurin Mertz scored 90 seconds in, and Class B No. 3 Omaha Skutt rode it to a 1-0 win over top-ranked Elkhorn South Saturday in the semifinals of the girls state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Michael Potach scored in the 46th minute and Class B No. 1 Elkhorn South beat second-ranked Omaha Skutt 1-0 Saturday in the semifinals of the boys state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Angalefo Dumba scored twice, including the winner in the 77th minute, as Class B No. 2 Omaha Skutt beat fifth-ranked Elkhorn 2-1 Friday in the opening round of the boys state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
Laurin Mertz scored a pair of first-half goals, part of three in the first 12 minutes, as Class B No. 3 Omaha Skutt beat sixth-ranked Columbus.
Creighton Silvain struck out 10 Friday night to lead Omaha Roncalli to a 4-2 win over Omaha Skutt in the River Cities Conference tournament final.
Class B No. 3 Gretna got a second-half goal from sophomore Alexis Spier and made it stand up for a 2-1 win over two-time defending state champion and top-ranked Omaha Skutt.
Nate Gorczyca allowed one hit over 6⅓ innings Wednesday night to lead Omaha Roncalli to a 4-2 win over Omaha Skutt.
The Class B No. 2 SkyHawks rolled to a 15-2 season-opening win over No. 3 Elkhorn at Legion Field.
York defeated Omaha Skutt 61-56 in the first multiple-overtime Class B championship game. It is York’s first state championship since 1944.
Omaha Skutt defeated Gretna 57-47 on Friday in a Class B semifinal of the boys state basketball tournament.
Tyson Gordon had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Skutt, which beat Roncalli three times in four meetings.
From Scottsbluff to the Sorenson Parkway, Class B got an unofficial start Saturday to its boys basketball state tournament.
There is no name for the 10 consecutive stops the Skyhawks strung together over the final six minutes of the first half in Tuesday’s 67-48 Class B subdistrict victory over Omaha Roncalli.
Occasionally, Batman needs the Joker. Or in the case of James Burks, Captain America needs Red Skull.
Omaha South has company atop the list of state wrestling team titles. Omaha Skutt joins the club of schools that has won 20 after the SkyHawks won their latest Class B team title Saturday at CenturyLink Center.
As Omaha Skutt looks to capture another Class B championship on Saturday, Grand Island Northwest will do its best to not make things easy on the SkyHawks.
So you want to wrestle in Class B’s 113-pound weight class, huh? Better buckle that headgear.
Coach Chas DeVetter and the Class B No. 3 SkyHawks qualified nine — including six winners — in a district championship showing over the weekend, putting themselves in prime position to again defend their throne at the state tournament.
A senior-night crowd provided the spark, and Austin Ash brought the offense in Omaha Skutt’s 54-44 victory over visiting Gretna on Tuesday.