Renee Saunders, who piloted her squad to Class B state titles starting in 2015, watched her team break the records of Shickley and Bellevue West.
Skutt’s record accomplishment couldn’t have happened without its senior leaders, including Ava Heyne, who said: “It just gives you chills because it’s a moment you’ve been looking forward to your entire life.”
Trailing two sets to one, and its season dangling in a precarious position, two Titan leaders rounded up the troops on the sideline.
Which matchup are you most looking forward to? Here's our take ahead of what should be an exciting day, from start to finish, at PBA.
Boesiger and Waters, along with fellow senior Sydney Jelinek, have been part of the program’s success on the court for four years.
Each week, we're taking a deeper dive with a Husker player for "The Word." Next up is Nouredin Nouili, am offensive lineman from Germany.
It was Christmas in October for the Titans, who started the day with ornaments and ended with a different kind of hardware.
The program helps students draw connections to local produce in the classroom, cafeteria and the community — and makes for some tasty, homegrown meals, too.
Here's a look at what stood out from the second day of postseason volleyball.
The Spartans were heavily favored to win the team crown, but nothing is guaranteed. So, at the end, it was "about 40% relief, and 60% exhilaration."
Waverly topped Norris 52-49 in triple OT on the Class B gridiron Friday at Norris High School near Firth. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler
FIRTH — With Norris on the verge of its 29th win of the season, Ella Waters turned to her teammate Celia Spilker and made a proposition.
The Norris football team scored first and didn't relent in a 43-22 win against Lincoln Pius X on Friday in Firth.
The SkyHawks are certainly not afraid to take their cuts early in at-bats. But they showed they can roll up runs with a patient approach, too.
The Lincoln Christian girls won in C-2 with 16 points.
Kaelan Schultz doesn’t recall her first home run as a high school softball player. She won’t forget the two she hit Wednesday.
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FIRTH — With hopes of winning a state tournament volleyball title later this season, Class B No. 1 Norris is primed for a deep run.
After losing the first game, the Titans hoped for a long day at the diamond: "‘Call your boyfriend, you’re not going to the football game tonight."
The best-of-three district finals will determine 16 state berths. Let's take a closer look at each series.
Lincoln East’s biggest challenger to win state again may be Fremont, and the Spartans beat Fremont for a second time this season on Monday.
6:45 a.m. seems a tad early for the weekend, right? But these Silver Hawks were glad to come up with the sun. And it showed in their play.
Titans coach Boesiger said the tough competition only helps teams: "I think it shows coaches a lot of what we need to work on and what’s working well.”
About 15 minutes after trailing 3-2, Norris led 9-3.
The Vikings look to shake up the Class B ratings in a home softball match against Norris on Monday. Journal Star photos by Eakin Howard.