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HASTINGS — Like many things on a windy Wednesday, Northeast Nebraska’s state softball tournament debut got away from it, and the Vipers couldn’t find a way to catch back up.
HASTINGS — In the losers bracket final of the Class C state softball tournament, Yutan/Mead jumped on the board in the first inning and hold Guardian Angels Central Catholic scoreless in a 4-0 ballgame on Friday.
HASTINGS — After not having made the state tournament since 2006, the Norfolk Panthers’ run at a state championship ended Thursday, with an 8-2 loss to Lincoln East.
HASTINGS — West Point Guardian Angels Central Catholic came one step closer to defending its Class C state title, coming from behind to defeat Kearney Catholic 4-2 in a second-round winners-bracket game in the state tournament at the Bill Smith Softball Complex.
HASTINGS — West Point Guardian Angels began defense of its Class C state championship with a 19-11 opening-round victory over Freeman of Adams and Filley on Wednesday in the state tournament at the Bill Smith Softball Complex.
HASTINGS — Sports fans hear the phrase so often, it's become cliché: "That game was a lot closer than the final score indicates." But Wednesday's opening-round game in the Class A state softball tournament between Norfolk and Gretna really was a lot closer than the final score indicates.
HASTINGS — Tori Kniesche’s rocket arm has been the worst-kept secret on the Wayne softball team this season, as the senior hurler has put together a record-shattering season.
HASTINGS — Both Wayne and Guardian Angels Central Catholic forced winner-take-all games in the finals of the State Softball Championships Friday afternoon at the Smith Softball Complex.
HASTINGS — Auburn pitcher Kylie Allen was frustrating the Guardian Angels Central Catholic bats for five innings before the Bluejays figured her out in the sixth.
HASTINGS — Wayne coach Rob Sweetland said it was important for his young team to get off to a good start if they were going to compete for a state championship.
HASTINGS — With only two starters back from last year’s Class C state championship season, one might think the Wayne softball team might have some jitters in its return to the Class B division of the state softball championships.
LINCOLN — Two of Nebraska’s best-known Blackshirts — and former teammates of Husker coach Scott Frost — delivered a special message to NU players Friday night.