A long-awaited expansion could be on its way.
For the 28th straight year, the Norfolk Daily News is honoring local athletes who have excelled on the field, off the field and in the classroom by recognizing student-athletes of the year.
Most people have to wait until Independence Day to see fireworks, but those in attendance for Friday’s Northeast Nebraska Boys All-Star Basketball Game got an early treat as the Light team used a late surge to get past the Dark team and win 105-95 at the Cox Activities Center.
Humphrey St. Francis and future University of Nebraska point guard Allison Weidner scored 17 points and dished out nearly a dozen assists in leading the Dark Team to a 79-65 victory over the White Team in the annual Northeast Nebraska girls all-star basketball game on Friday at Northeast Com…
Both Nebraska assistant football coaches Greg Austin and Mike Dawson had plenty to say about those on the offense, defense and special teams at the Big Red Blitz on Wednesday in Norfolk.
It took moving more than 500 miles, overcoming a plethora of off-the-court issues and leading a team often dismissed as an afterthought, but Madison High School’s Jakwon Webb has made a name for himself in Northeast Nebraska and completed quite the turnaround to do so.
The Norfolk Post 16 Faith Regional Physicians Orthopedics Juniors overcame a sluggish start on Wednesday to split their doubleheader with Columbus Blues 17U team, losing the first game 11-1 and winning the second game 13-1.
Two standouts for the Class C2 state champion Crofton girls basketball team will have one more chance to play together as teammates before playing against each other in college.
Last November, Norfolk rivals Lutheran High Northeast and Norfolk Catholic shined in the statewide spotlight as the two played one another for the Class C2 state championship with Lutheran High winning 3 sets to 2.
Mason Walsh of O’Neill threw a touchdown pass to Haustyn Forney of Humphrey St. Francis with seven seconds left and the White team beat the Red team 17-10 in the ninth annual Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic at Veterans Memorial Field on Saturday afternoon.
The Norfolk American Legion Juniors 16-and-under team snapped a six-game losing streak and set a season high in runs scored on Thursday in a doubleheader sweep of the South Sioux City Siouxland Bank Post 307 Juniors, winning the first game 12-4 and the second game 12-2.
Like any successful high school coach, Lutheran High Northeast's Kathy Gebhardt works with players at every level and, back in the early 2010s while helping to coach the third and fourth graders, she and her assistants knew they had a group with the potential to be very successful.
After gathering some intel during a pair of cautions late in the 360 Sprints “A” feature, race leader Jason Martin knew that the tires of his primary competition were not in good condition.
EVANS, Ga. — Two goals in the first half proved to be the difference for the Northeast Community College women’s soccer team at the NJCAA Division II Women’s National Tournament on Friday.
LINCOLN — The hot temperatures inside Memorial Stadium for Friday Night Lights matched the heat of the recruiting week for the Husker football team, which handed out offers and evaluated a glut of prospects — many from the state of Nebraska — in the 2022, 2023 and 2024 classes.
The Norfolk American Legion Juniors 16-and-under team came out flat and paid the price in what was an ugly day at Veterans Memorial Field. They lost both games of a doubleheader to Grand Island Five Points, the first 8-0 and the second 9-1 on Tuesday afternoon.