Michael Virgen’s first-half goal was the difference in Class B No. 4 South Sioux City’s 1-0 win over sixth-ranked Schuyler Friday in the opening round of the boys state soccer tournament at Morrison Stadium.
A change in strategy and direction helped the Norfolk Lutheran/Catholic girls soccer team change the direction of its match against Schuyler at Wilderness Park on Monday.
The Los Angeles Chargers haven’t been to the playoffs since 2013, and a 0-4 record Oct. 1 wouldn’t have led many to think that would change this season.
Senior forward Basha Said scored in the first half to give Class B No. 2 South Sioux City a 1-0 win over third-ranked Schuyler Saturday morning in the semifinals of the boys state soccer tournament at Creighton’s Morrison Stadium.
Ernesto Chacon scored in the first half and teammate Edgar Romero added an insurance goal after halftime to lead Class B No. 3 Schuyler to a 2-0 win over seventh-ranked Norfolk Lutheran/Catholic on Wednesday in the opening round of the boys state soccer tournament at Creighton’s Morrison Stadium.
Class B’s No. 5 team had zero problems picking up its second victory of the season Friday night. The York Dukes totaled 465 yards, running for 356, and led 50-0 with 8:18 left in the 2nd quarter in what turned out to be a 64-0 blowout of the Schuyler Warriors.
Erik Sandnes scored a pair of goals and Class B No. 1 Elkhorn South beat No. 4 Schuyler 2-0.
Nathan Kutalu scored with a minute left in regulation to even the match and midway through the second overtime to untie it, giving his Class B No. 4 Schuyler team a 2-1 win over fifth-ranked Norris.
Northwest executed its game plan to pressure Schuyler’s guards and paired it with its best offensive game of the season Saturday at home. The Vikings toppled Schuyler 52-37 by forcing 20 Warrior turnovers and scoring a season-high in points.
Kyle Emanuel knows what some people might think about him making the jump to the NFL from a Football Championship Subdivision school. It was the same way for him coming out of Class B high school football in Nebraska.
Hustle plays helped the Knights earn a win in their season-opener.
The Norfolk Lutheran/Norfolk Catholic girls soccer team may have let the early season rest prescribed by coach Chad Miller carry into the first half of its season-opener with Schuyler at Veterans Memorial Park on Monday.
York shook off a slow start on Saturday and rolled past the Schuyler Warriors in boys Central Conference action by the final score of 59-23.
After Friday night’s upset loss to the Seward Lady Jays, the Schuyler Warriors girls basketball team got the brunt of the Dukes’ frustrations on Saturday afternoon.
Northwest produced just the type of win it was looking for in Monday’s first round of the Central Conference Tournament.
A capsule preview of the Class A, B and Omaha-area girls basketball teams as published in The World-Herald on Dec. 2.
A 13-run first inning by the York Dukes sent the Schuyler Warriors to their 15th defeat in 15 games at Miller Park Monday night. The final score was 13-0.
Following the playing of the National Anthem the cannon went off in the east end zone at East Hill Field Friday night.
The Schuyler Warriors come into East Hill Field Friday night with everything to gain and little to lose.