After the delay of the fall season, the Northeast Community College volleyball team made the most of its opportunity to finally return to the court Tuesday night.

Class D No. 1 Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family's loss in last year's Class D1 state semifinal to Southern Valley has served as a good motivator fo…

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O'NEILL — Class C No. 4 Guardian Angels Central Catholic made the 120-mile journey from West Point to O'Neill count. The Bluejays used an 8-0 run at the end of the third quarter to outlast the No. 6 Eagles 54-41 in girls basketball action on Friday.

Although the Norfolk High boys got off to a slow start defensively against Lincoln High — allowing the Links to turn offensive rebounds and steals into second- and third-chance points — the Panthers responded with 40 points in the second half to cement a 66-64 victory.

With four ranked wrestlers and a No. 6 team ranking in Class B, Pierce was expected to reign at a triangular with Mid-State Conference rivals Battle Creek and host Norfolk Catholic on Thursday night.

There is no column on a stat sheet specifically for hustle and effort plays, but if there were, the Northeast Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams would have made plenty of entries during their respective victories Wednesday night.

Nate and Kate Strehle own and manage Core Health Club, located at 130 N. Main St. in West Point. Strehle, a 2008 graduate of Guardian Angels Central Catholic, played football at Nebraska Wesleyan University, where he majored in health and fitness and minored in sport and facility management. 

Great books often find us when we most need them. After a year of very few ups and many downs, I was desperately in the mood to read something to take my mind off negative things for a while.

The last nine months of being cooped up at home has given people a greater appreciation for nature, which has translated into a greater interest in house plants. According to an owner of a nursery, house plants are flying out of the store. People call ahead to see what varieties are availabl…

After the Walthill boys began the second half on a 16-5 run to cut the deficit to two points, Lutheran High Northeast responded with a 16-2 run of its own over the next 6½ minutes to seal its 62-47 victory.

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