The Flyer girls and the Eagle boys came out of the Andrews Activities Center with wins on Saturday.
HUMPHREY — There may be an arctic blast coming to the area weather-wise, but the Norfolk Catholic boys basketball team may have heated up right before its conference tournament.
HUMPHREY — Class C No. 4 Norfolk Catholic scored 22-straight points in the first quarter, and the Knights never looked back in a 76-40 blitzing of Class D No. 5 Humphrey St. Francis in non-conference boys basketball action Friday night.
CROFTON — Crofton overcame a sluggish offensive performance to defeat Pierce 39-33 in a defensive battle between a couple of front-runners in the Mid-State Conference as the teams head into the conference tournament.
WAKEFIELD — Lutheran High Northeast squandered a five-point first-quarter lead to end up on the wrong end of a double-overtime win by Wakefield — a game between a couple of teams that came into Tuesday’s matchup with 24 wins and only five losses.
TILDEN — Summerland and Tilden Elkhorn Valley’s boys and girls teams met on Tuesday for two battles between highly rated Niobrara Valley Conference foes. The games followed similar paths but had different endings.
With the Mid-State Conference tournament just around the corner, O’Neill and Norfolk Catholic provided a preview of the action as the Eagles’ boys and girls squads edged the Knights in a pair of close games on Tuesday night.
Dominant stretches in both games helped Lincoln North Star defeat Norfolk High School in a pair of Heartland Athletic Conference basketball games Tuesday night in Norfolk.
TILDEN — The Bobcats girls and the Falcon boys took home big Niobrara Valley Conference wins on Tuesday.
With the Mid-State Conference Tournament just around the corner, O'Neill and Norfolk Catholic provided a preview of conference foes meeting on the hardwood as the Eagles boys and girls squads edged the Knights in a pair of close games Tuesday night.
Dominant stretches in both games helped Lincoln North Star defeat Norfolk High School in a pair of Heartland Athletic Conference basketball games Tuesday night in Norfolk, with the visitors claiming a 58-19 win in the girls game and an 84-52 triumph in the boys game.
There wasn’t a hint of disappointment in coach Craig Wortmann’s voice following Hartington Cedar’s Catholic 49-28 loss to Guardian Angels Central Catholic on Saturday.
The Northeast Community College men’s basketball team put its talent on display early in the second half on Monday, playing the Hawks’ best basketball of the game during an eight-minute span.
WAYNE — Fifth-year forward Jordan Janssen poured in a career-high 32 points on his way to becoming the all-time leading scorer in Wayne State men’s basketball history on Saturday.
AMES, Iowa – The 2022 fall semester proved to be another successful one in the classroom for Northeast Community College student-athletes across all eight athletic programs. Ninety-five student-athletes were named to the Iowa Community College Athletic Association (ICCAC) Academic All-Region Team.
The Norfolk High wrestling teams persevered on Saturday, overcoming recent illness and injury–along with difficult competition–to win both the boys and girls divisions of their own invitational.