Alexa Gobel only had to live with a bad memory for about 30 minutes on Wednesday, and then she wiped it away with a great memory.
Dajaz DeFrand's speed makes her a threat to set state sprint records this spring. Her perseverance just adds to the possibilities.
Big strikeout performances highlight the latest week in high school sports across Nebraska.
The Titans are ranked No. 1 in Class B, have won nine of 12 games to begin the season and the pitches — the stuff, the gas, the heat — are only getting better.
No. 1 Lincoln East and No. 2 Lincoln Southwest met on the soccer pitch Wednesday evening at Seacrest Field. Photos by Francis Gardler, Journal Star.
“I’m just happy for any opportunity to compete this season,” said Grace Mueller after winning the girls long jump and triple jump (34-10½) at Wednesday's Malcolm Invitational.
He chose the Huskies over offers from South Dakota, South Dakota State, North Dakota and North Dakota State.
“Once we got the bats rolling, we just knew we were going to get on a winning streak."
Lincoln East graduate Dreamer had one of his best games in the Division II title game, with 19 points and 11 rebounds.
A look at highlights from Tuesday's high school sports action.
The Silver Hawks scored 10 early runs to beat Lincoln North Star 11-1 Tuesday at Den Hartog Field. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler.
A look at highlights from Monday's high school sports action.