NELIGH — Osmond kept the dominating season going with a convincing victory over West Holt at…
A 74-40 win over Marshalltown Community College Wednesday evening sends the Hawks women’s basketball team to Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Saturday to play what amounts to a “rubber match” with Iowa Western for the Region XI championship.
Early on, second-seeded Pierce couldn't get its offense going, missing its first five field-goal attempts as third-seeded Norfolk Catholic surged to eight of the game's first 10 points.
WAYNE — A 22-point fourth-quarter explosion allowed Wisner-Pilger to turn the tables on Lutheran High Northeast and earn a spot in Thursday’s subdistrict final against Hartington Cedar Catholic with a 53-45 win that was much closer than the final score would suggest.
Pierce stormed from a 12-7 deficit to end the first quarter with 13-straight points to begin the second quarter, and the second-seeded Bluejays ended third-seeded Norfolk Catholic's season 58-42 in the Class C1-7 boys basketball subdistrict semifinals Tuesday night at Norfolk High School.
OMAHA — Valentine's Gage Krolikowski became the 33rd wrestler in the state's history to earn four state championships with a 7-2 victory over Christopher Nickolite of David City Aquinas in the Class C 138-pound championship match at the state high school wrestling championships at the CHI He…
OMAHA — Day two of the state high school wrestling tournament will go down as a disappointing one for wrestlers at all three Norfolk city high schools.
OMAHA - Three-time defending Class C state champion Valentine will likely not win a fourth straight title, but the Badgers are in contention to take home the Class C runner-up trophy in the state high school wrestling championships at CHI Health Center.
OMAHA — For the second day in a row, Plainview coach Dean Boyer didn't need a lengthy opening statement to assess his team's performance at CHI Health Center here.
ALBION – The Chambers/Wheeler Central Renegades girls basketball team led from start to finish as it held off the Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family Bulldogs in a 60-51 win at Boone Central High School on Thursday night.
A dominating Norfolk Catholic defense limited the Pierce to just five field goals — none in the second or third quarters — as the Knights clinched the Class C1-7 subdistrict title with a 35-15 win Thursday evening in a game played at Norfolk High School.
OMAHA — Three of 14 Norfolk city wrestlers won two matches on Thursday to qualify for the state semifinals and clinch a spot on the medal platform on the opening day of the state high school wrestling tournament at CHI Health Center here.