Medicine Valley scored twice in the final 30 seconds of the first quarter, and tacked on 21 more in the second en route to a 45-0 victory over Sutherland on Friday.
The Nebraska School Activities Association has no program in place at the district or state level for the few high school track and field athletes who compete using wheelchairs.
ARNOLD — No. 7 rated South Loup combined a suffocating defense with a big-play offense to remain undefeated, with a 39-0 win over Sutherland on Friday.
For the first time since 2007, the Sutherland Sailors won on opening night with a 48-26 victory over Southwest for new head coach Jason Gunderson.
Lutheran High Northeast used its speed to lead Cross County 13-0 after its first two possessions of the season. But the Cougars and their muscle took it from there, scoring the game's final five touchdowns in grounding the Eagles 35-13 Friday at Veterans Memorial Park.
Brett Riggs found himself in a familiar place late in his third-round consolation match on Friday: Behind. Down 10-2 in the third period against Spencer Wichmann, of Palmer, the St. Pat's wrestler (40-7) took advantage of a mistake and put Wichmann (30-8) into a headlock for a 3 minute, 35 second pin.
The Hemingford and Bridgeport girls basketball teams advanced to the championship game of the Class C-2, Sub-district 12 Tournament after posting semifinal wins on Tuesday night at Sidney High School.
Robert Muench’s title, along with his teammate’s Nathan Fleecs at 152 pounds, helped the Sailors run away with the team title at the D-4 District Wrestling Tournament at McGahan Activity Center in North Platte on Saturday.
The senior trio of Kadin Copeland, Brook Blomstedt and Trey Rongisch accounted for all but eight of Sutherland’s points, as the Sailors defeated Maxwell 59-49 on Tuesday.
After a precarious start, the St. Pat’s Lady Irish turned things around and punched their ticket to the SPVA title game with a 52-30 win over Sutherland on Thursday at North Platte Community College.
Perkins County showed why they are one of the highest ranked teams in Class D1 with a 66-30 win over Sutherland on Friday. But the game was much closer than the score indicated.
On the first play from scrimmage, Maxwell running back Ryan Mckeeman burst through a huge hole on the right side and took it 51 yards for a touchdown. That was a reoccurring theme all night, as Mckeeman ran for 297 yards and seven touchdowns as No. 10 Maxwell defeated Sutherland 54-34 at Brittenham Field on Friday.
Chris Rohr and Grand Norder combined for 20 points and 13 rebounds to pace Class D-1 No. 2 Bruning-Davenport Shickley to a 59-32 win over unranked Sutherland in the opening round of the boys state basketball tournament at Lincoln Southeast.
The Lady Irish used a pressure defense and a hot hand from behind the arc to dispatch of Sutherland 60-39 in a semifinal matchup at the SPVA Tournament on Friday.
Before the Tigers’ first match of the Subdistrict D2-9 Tournament on Monday, Paxton head coach Jody Rhodes told his team that points would have to be earned. And earn them the Tigers did in a three-set sweep of No. 4-seeded Arthur County (15-10) in Sutherland on Monday.
Fullerton left little doubt as to which team was best suited to advance in the Class D-1 state playoffs, as the Warriors throttled Sutherland 72-30.
Cozad’s defense helped the Lady Haymakers maintain a consistent lead throughout a three-set sweep of Sutherland on Thursday, 25-20, 25-17, 25-22.
After the Swedes lost their first set of the Sutherland Triangular on Tuesday 25-20, Gothenburg head coach Mary Clark gathered her team and delivered a message that served as a wakeup call for the rest of the evening.