With the sports world at a standstill, especially for senior student-athletes who are gettin…
LINCOLN — The Nebraska School Activities Association announced Wednesday that it had extended its suspension of practices and competition through Friday, May 1, because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The moment that sticks out most about Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur junior guard Lucas Vogt wasn’t something that he did on a basketball court. Rather, it was in a dimly lit hallway in the bowels of Pinnacle Bank Arena.
LINCOLN — A bonus attached to a top-30 finish in the Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup will elude Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos for a third straight year.
Humphrey St. Francis point guard and University of Nebraska recruit Allison Weidner put on a show at this year’s state tournament and showed why she is arguably the best player in the state regardless of class.
After missing much of her sophomore and junior years with injuries, Oakland-Craig guard Kennedy Benne was able to play her whole senior season in relatively good health and shined on both ends of the court.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – National Junior College Athletic Association President and CEO Christopher Parker announced on Monday that the NJCAA has made the decision to cancel all spring competition beginning March 16 due to the impact of COVID-19.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) announced late Monday morning that all activity practices are suspended until Monday, March 30, and competitions are suspended until Thursday, April 2, in a release on its website.
LINCOLN — Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur coach Cory Meyer was asked after Friday's semifinal victory — a laborious 59-51 overtime affair against Sutton — if that was a wake-up call for his team.
LINCOLN — Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur made three of its first four shots from the field and never trailed in successfully defending its Class C2 championship with a 61-47 decision over top-seeded Grand Island Central Catholic on Saturday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
LINCOLN — Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family got up off the canvass after Friday night’s gut-wrenching loss to finish the 2019-20 campaign with a win over North Platte St. Patrick’s 50-36 here in the Class D1 consolation game at Lincoln Northeast High School.
LINCOLN — Top-seeded Humphrey St. Francis was held to just 11 of 46, or 23.9%, shooting as once-beaten Falls City Sacred Heart shut down the previously-unbeaten Flyers 45-33 in Saturday's Class D2 championship game at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
WISNER - The Northeast Nebraska sports community lost a great woman on Wednesday. Wisner-Pilger volleyball coach Jean Groth died at Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk.
LINCOLN — To say that Humphrey St. Francis defeated Mullen in the Class D2 boys basketball state tournament semifinals would not be a strong enough phrase.
LINCOLN — Defending state champ and No. 2 seed Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family chose the worst time to play its worst game of the season, falling to sixth-seeded Southern Valley 47-39 in the semifinals of the Class D1 state tournament at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
LINCOLN - Osmond came in to the Nebraska Class D 1 State Boys Basketball Championships with a lot of momentum, a one-loss record and the spirit to improve on last year’s runner-up finish in D2.
With the sports world at a standstill, especially for senior student-athletes who are getting ready for the next step in life, South Dakota men's basketball star Tyler Hagedorn is ready to leave behind the collegiate scene for the next level.