The Omaha Locker Room football camp series came to an end Tuesday with the High School Jamboree at Omaha Westside.
Always act like the best player on the field. Grant Van Scoy has been back and forth on that one.
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
Guevara hammered home a loose ball in the box in the 78th minute.
The Class A No. 7 Monarchs got a second-half goal on a misplay by a record-breaking keeper and pulled a monumental upset over top-ranked Kearney.
Bragging rights and wild-card fights were the result of Thursday’s Sarpy County scrap. When Top 10 No. 7 Papillion-La Vista outlasted crosstown rival Papillion-La Vista South in a shootout to win the District A-7 title, it clinched the program’s first state tournament appearance since 2004.
Positive inklings don’t usually follow 4-11 seasons. But Andre Watts had a feeling this year about his Papillion-La Vista boys soccer team.
Ed Chang announced his intent to transfer from the men's basketball program at San Diego State on Twitter.
Papillion-La Vista defeated Omaha Creighton Prep 5-3 on Tuesday night in a game between ranked Class A teams.
Millard North made it to only its fourth state semifinal in school history. The Mustangs scored the first 12 points of their Thursday game against Papillion-La Vista before the lead slipped to one in the third quarter.
Lindsey Ingwerson has quietly had an impressive season for Papillion-La Vista. The 5-foot-11 junior forward leads the team in rebounding (6.9) and is third in scoring (12.0).
Rush Clark and Luke Barr found ways to top what they did during Friday’s prelims with more spectacular swims in Saturday’s championships.
Papillon-La Vista defeated Fremont 57-56 on Friday night to win the District A-6 final.
Papillion-La Vista has hired John Svehla as its new volleyball coach. From 2010-16 he was the varsity assistant at Papio for his wife, Kristen Lebeda-Svehla.
Tim Williams will be the next football coach at Papillion-La Vista and Doug Lanik is being promoted to that position at Wahoo Neumann.
Ryley Nolin scored 17 points Friday night to lead Omaha Westside to a 52-40 win over Papillion-La Vista.
Papillion-La Vista tied a school scoring record Friday night by posting an 82-77 home win over Lincoln East.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features Lincoln East (9-4) traveling to No. 1 Papillion-La Vista (15-1). Tip-off is 5:30 p.m. Friday.
The two volleyball teams from Papillion-La Vista high schools will have new head coaches next season.
Olivia Boudreau sank a free throw with 0.8 seconds left Saturday to lift top-ranked Papillion-La Vista to a 51-50 win over Lincoln Northeast.
Five meet records and a close race for the team title Friday highlighted the fourth annual Millard North boys swimming and diving invitational.
“She’s the hardest-working player, boy or girl, that I’ve ever been around," Papio coach Josh Siske said. “Josey is constantly working on her game and she pretty much lives in the gym.’’
With the latest edition of the Metro Holiday tournament in the books, let’s take a quick look back and see what did — and didn’t — happen.
Papillion-La Vista won its first Metro Holiday girls basketball tournament title Friday, defeating Omaha Westside 63-46.
Josey Ryan scored 23 points Thursday to lead Papillion-La Vista to a 57-55 win over top-ranked Millard South in a semifinal of the Metro Holiday tournament.
Priscilla O’Dowd set Midland’s single-season school record for hitting percentage as a freshman when she hit .381. As it turns out, O’Dowd was just using that mark as a baseline.