No. 4-rated Osmond earned its first trip to a state final since 1994 and will be bidding for the program’s first state championship since 1928 after beating No. 2 Riverside 62-50.
It took a strong second half but Riverside is back in the semifinals for the fifth consecutive season.
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Riverside defeated Norfolk Catholic 69-55 in the Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week. Here's World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter's three takes from the game.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features Class C-1 Norfolk Catholic (10-10) traveling to Class D-2 No. 2 Riverside (16-0). Tip-off is 6:30 p.m. Friday in Cedar Rapids.
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Riverside’s Tredyn Prososki has some company in the record book. And he gets to see him every afternoon in practice. Two seasons ago as a freshman, Prososki became the second player in Nebraska high school history to hit 13 3-pointers in a game.
NORFOLK — On a night in which Riverside's 3-point shooting uncharacteristically couldn't get going, a force down low was just enough for the Chargers to stay undefeated.
Before she laid down the sacrifice bunt that scored the winning run, Riverside’s Chiara Rains was nervous.
The sixth year of the Riverside Top Ten kicked off Tuesday in Cedar Rapids, Neb. Class D-2 state runner-up Riverside was the eventual winner.
In Class D, Giltner and Axtell clinched team titles, and individually, Riverside's Alix Bloom took home championships in the 100 and 200 meter runs.
Falls City Sacred Heart captured the Class D-2 championship at the boys state basketball tournament Saturday night by defeating Riverside 59-42.
Riverside sophomore Tredyn Prososki drained two 3-pointers down the stretch to give Riverside a lead it wouldn't relinquish in a 66-59 Class D-2 semifinal victory over Mullen.
LINCOLN — Riverside coach Joe Imus, when asked about the range he feels comfortable letting sophomore guard Tredyn Prososki shoot, tossed out “60, 70 feet."
The World-Herald's Stu Pospisil put together capsules previewing the upcoming boys state basketball tournament.
A first-quarter flurry from the Flyers ensured they would put their first-round matchup in the D-2 state tournament to bed quickly.
The World-Herald's Mike Patterson put together capsules previewing the upcoming girls state basketball tournament.
Tredyn Prososki’s 3-point shooting early and free-throw shooting late helped Class D-2 No. 2-rated Riverside turn the tables on No. 7 Humphrey St. Francis.
ST. PAUL – Riley Swerczek hoped for a second chance.
The Longhorn girls advanced to their second consecutive Goldenrod Conference championship game with a convincing 48-27 victory over Nebraska Christian.
Class D-2 No. 1-rated Riverside had a big answer after falling behind by five points to Grand Island Heartland Lutheran at halftime Tuesday.
After grabbing the opening tip and hitting a floater in the first 4 seconds of Thursday's game against Humphrey St. Francis, Riverside's Tredyn Prososki didn't slow down.
Riverside’s six-man football dynasty has come to its self-imposed end.
The No. 1-rated Chargers play for their fourth consecutive Six Man Coaches Association championship against No. 2 Harvard Thursday. With a win, Riverside would finish its four years in six-man football with four state titles while going 43-1. The Chargers are switching to eight-man football next season.
Riley Swerczek has been a part of a lot of games like Thursday’s during his four-year football career at Riverside. Swerczek hauled in the first touchdown of the game, and the six-man No. 1-rated Chargers were off to a dominating 68-12 win over No. 4 and previously unbeaten Spalding Academy.