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KEARNEY - Norfolk's lone entry in the Class A girls state cross country championship, Paige Godfrey, ended her season with a 57th-place finish on Friday at the Kearney Country Club.
KEARNEY — In what has become commonplace, if two years can be considered commonplace, Crofton's Jordyn Arens ran away from the field again at the 2021 Nebraska Class D Girls cross country race here at the Kearney Country Club on Friday afternoon.
NIOBRARA — The Elgin Public/Pope John Wolfpack staved off a late rally and dominated in the fifth set against the Elkhorn Valley Falcons to win the Niobrara Valley Conference tournament final 21-25, 25-19, 25-16, 14-25, 15-5 on Friday night.
KEARNEY — For a second straight year, Norfolk's Isaac Ochoa finished in the top 10 to lead the Panthers in the Class A state cross country meet on Friday at the Kearney Country Club.
Friday night’s contest between Norfolk Catholic and Hartington Cedar Catholic was everything a football fan could want in a district championship game to end the regular season.
KEARNEY — Hartington-Newcastle's Carson Noecker became the state's seventh three-time state cross country champion on Friday after outpacing his closest rival by a minute and 23 seconds to win the Class C title.
KEARNEY — Pierce's Alexus Sindelar finished her stellar cross country career with her fourth state medal after a 13th-place finish in Class C, an accomplishment her coach, Gary Shada, said outranked her state title performance of a year ago.
KEARNEY — The Norfolk Catholic Knights and Ainsworth's Ty Schlueter brought home gold from the 2021 Nebraska Class D state cross country championships here at the Kearney Country Club on Friday afternoon.
I’ll admit that if you look closely enough — OK, maybe you don’t even have to look all that closely — you’ll see dust bunnies. And sand tracked in on the porch. Oh, yeah, and fingerprints on the windows.
So, in other words, my house is not quite spotless.
PIERCE - In what might have been a preview of next week's subdistrict final, Pierce started from a set down, then rallied to defeat Battle Creek, 21-25, 25-21, 25-9, 25-16 in the championship match of the Mid-State Conference tournament.
The Bulldogs of Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family put an end to Lutheran High Northeast's undefeated season and knocked them out of the Class D1 playoffs in a 36-35 win on Thursday night at Memorial Field.
O’NEILL — Ninth-seeded Elgin Public/Pope John didn’t get off to a good start in its Class D2 playoff game against O’Neill St. Mary’s on Thursday afternoon.
The Norfolk Catholic volleyball team is coming off of a state championship appearance in 2020. Early in the season, the young Knights squad has seen contributions come from new faces from everywhere on the floor, including from a foreign exchange student.
The Norfolk Catholic boys and Crofton's Jordyn Arens are searching for more in this year's Nebraska state cross country meet Friday at the Kearney Country Club in Kearney.
Alexus Sindelar of Pierce enjoyed basking in the glory after winning last year’s Class C individual state cross country championship. Unfortunately, a severe knee injury in February all but ended her chance at a repeat title.