OMAHA — No doubt now. Millard South is the state’s best team.
The Dragons have a new fire in 2021, and it reached its highest point to date Monday night at UNO's Maverick Park.
Three matchups with teams ranked in the top five of their respective classes highlight an intriguing week on the gridiron. Here's what you need to know.
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After finishing as runner-up in the last two state baseball tournaments, Millard South finally claimed its long-awaited baseball state title.
The Wildcats won the 2019 state championship over Millard South, and they also won both regular season contests last month.
The No. 4 vs. No. 5 matchup between Papillion-La Vista South and Millard West catches the eye. So does the Capital City battle. What else?
The best match of the first day of the Class A state boys soccer tournament was the last one, the lone game decided by one goal.
A roundup of Saturday's high school district action.
Nate Moquin, pitching on three days rest, buckled down in the middle innings to give the Patriots a lift in the tournament final.
The Spartan Invitational semifinal game needed two extra innings to decide a winner, and both teams cited a heightened feel at Sherman Field.
"I’m not sure in all the years I’ve been doing this that I’ve ever seen Class A so wide open,” says North Star coach Lanny Bolles. He might be right.
Errorless baseball is always good baseball and for Millard South, that certainly rang true Wednesday as the No. 5 Patriots used a flawless def…
Are we in store for another Championship Saturday clash between Bellevue West and Millard North?
The first round kicks off at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday when Millard North takes on Millard South. Here's a game-by-game look at the schedule.
Taylor McCabe, who finished with 18 points: “I get a lot of recognition, and I don’t think my teammates get enough recognition.”
Cora Olsen, Mya Babbitt and Khloe Lemon are only sophomores. They aren't playing like it.