No. 3 Superior won its first-ever girls basketball state championship with a 42-39 comeback win over No. 8 Ravenna in the Class C-2 final at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
The Bluejays will be trying to add to state championships that it won in 2006 and 2009 in Class C-2.
North Platte St. Patrick’s tried about every defense imaginable to slow down Ravenna’s Jordyn Fiddelke. None worked.
Nolan Baker made six free throws in overtime to lift Arcadia-Loup City to a 57-53 victory over Ravenna in the Lou-Platte Conference title game.
In a game of big momentum swings, Ravenna survived a couple of final bounces to escape past Doniphan-Trumbull Friday and into its first Lou-Platte Conference tournament final in six years.
Class C-2 No. 5 Ravenna overcame a woeful shooting performance through the first three quarters to earn a 60-51 overtime win over the No. 9 Cardinals Thursday in the Lou-Platte Conference semifinals at Centura High School.
LOUP CITY — Nobody knows when Arcadia-Loup City’s win streak will end, but we know it didn’t Friday at home in front of a packed and rowdy crowd in Loup City.
The Ravenna girls basketball team is officially on a roll but there’s still work to be done.
Megan Miigerl earned a hug while playing a big part in helping Class C-2 No. 10-rated Ravenna edge Doniphan-Trumbull 54-50 in double overtime Thursday.
Ord’s offensive firepower was on display Thursday at Ravenna in a game between LouPlatte conference foes, each with state title aspirations.
No. 6-rated Diller-Odell followed its first-round upset of No. 1 Crofton with a 59-46 victory over Ravenna Friday afternoon in the semifinals of the Class C-2 state tournament at the Devaney Sports Center.
Megan Miigerl was hitting shots from the opening tip on, compiling a game-high 29 points to lead the Bluejays to a 57-44 win over the Lady Irish.
No matter how many times Ravenna seemed down and out, the Class C-2, No. 5 Bluejays found a way.
Ord didn’t play its best game, scoring its second-lowest total of the season, but its effort was enough to earn a place in the Lou-Platte Conference championship.
Doniphan-Trumbull quickly knocked off some rust to start the blizzard-delayed Lou-Platte Conference tournament Thursday. The seventh-seeded Cardinals scored the first eight points then pulled away from 10th-seeded Ravenna over the final three quarters for a 64-41 victory.
Wood River would rather not be learning a lesson about how to play without Nate Bahe. But with the Eagles’ leading scorer relegated to the bench due to a stress fracture in his right foot, it is a mandatory lesson. And Wood River seems to be picking things up.
Funeral services for Beranek were this morning in the Ravenna High School gymnasium. People around the community and outside of it recalled memories both on and off the court of the man who defined Ravenna boys basketball.
Longtime Ravenna basketball icon “Coach B” died Tuesday after a battle with cancer.
Paul Beranek's tenacity made him a basketball icon in Class C-2. Now his sons are picking up his legacy.
Drake Beranek has been hired as the head boys basketball coach and physical education teacher at Kearney High School for the 2015-2016 school year.
After 448 wins, four state titles and 25 years at the helm, Ravenna boys basketball coach Paul Beranek is finally hanging up his clipboard. The Bluejays’ general announced on Tuesday that he’ll be retiring after 31 years of coaching.
It didn’t take long for Hastings St. Cecilia to make believers out of Ravenna. The state’s top-ranked team in Class C2 already had a wild card if it needed it. The Bluehawks didn’t play like a team with a safety valve.
Hastings St. Cecilia confirmed its bid to the state tournament with an emphatic 51-29 victory over Ravenna in the Class C-2, District 5 final.
In the day’s opener Saturday at the Heartland Hoops Classic, freshman Holden Eckhout made six 3s and scored a game-high 26 points in Class D-1 No. 7 Amherst’s 80-57 win over Ravenna.
Apparently Amherst didn’t get the memo. You know, the memo which stated that teams with 12-hour turnarounds in between games were supposed to have tired legs.
Two days after pushing Class B No. 9 Adams Central to the limit before falling by a point, Class C-2 Ravenna faced Class D-1 No.7 Amherst. That game didn’t go nearly as well for the Bluejays.