Kolbas credits a strong field of players in the state right now, with several NCAA Division I recruits, for pushing her to her current success.
Jim Danson has coached eight of Lincoln Southwest's 30 state titles for all sports.
Jonas Christensen recently served as co-head coach for the Lincoln East girls golf team.
Brock Kuhlman had his sights on a top-10 finish as the bus pulled up to Highlands Golf Course. He'll have to settle for No. 1.
A lot of teams, including the Lincoln High boys soccer group, had some lofty goals. None will have the opportunity this spring.
Lincoln Southwest won its second straight state championship and third in five years.
The Lincoln Southwest girls have won all but two golf tournament to date this season.
For the first time in four tournaments, Lincoln Southwest had its varsity lineup back together.
Kate Strickland shot the lowest score of her golf career Thursday at the Lincoln Classic at Holmes Golf Course.
Millard North sophomore Katie Rugie made two eagles on the front nine and, after a weather delay, held off a talented field of golfers at the Pius X Shootout at Highlands Golf Course to win her first high school tournament.
NORFOLK — Norfolk coach Jerry Cover and his star golfer, Luke Kluver, exchanged texts before the Class A boys state golf tournament.
Mother Nature has not been kind to spring sports this season. The latest case came Tuesday when miserable conditions — and the threat of lightning in Norfolk and Columbus — led to the cancellation of the first round of the boys state golf tournament at all four sites.
Lincoln Southwest sophomore Geran Sander, the Silver Hawks' No. 5 golfer, shot a 71 Tuesday in the Lincoln Southwest Invitational at Wilderness Golf Course, then waited in the cold and rain as golfers in the later groups couldn't catch him.
Norfolk's Luke Kluver has accomplished a lot on a golf course, but there's one record he was still chasing: the school-record low round of 65.
The Lincoln Pius X girls tennis team worked up a good sweat the other day in practice.
The first round belonged to Lincoln Southwest. The second round went to Mother Nature.
Lincoln Southwest sits atop the leaderboard after the first day of the Class A girls state golf tournament.
Kate Strickland of Lincoln Southwest and Kaitlyn Hanna of Omaha Westside are only freshmen, and they're part of a wave of young girls golfers flooding leaderboards at every tournament.
Kate Strickland said her putting Monday wasn't great.
The Lincoln Southwest girls golf team has fired some great shots en route to wins in every tournament it's played in this season.
Rising up early Monday morning proved to be the winning formula on Tuesday for rising freshman Kate Strickland.
State golf tournaments are 36-hole marathons most of the time.