Student-athletes from nearly 250 schools across the state are being honored by the Lincoln Journal Star for Academic All-State.
David Lilly was hoping to use the season as a springboard into college. Instead, he ponders what he could have achieved at the state meet.
The document highlights a stepladder, three-phase approach, which includes a plan for reintroducing sports other than baseball and softball.
Kevin Schrad has been involved with the Silver Hawk program since 2002, and now he will take the reins of the program.
Can athletes train outside? Can lifters have a spotter? The NSAA released a Q&A regarding the reopening of weight rooms.
See profiles of those winning Journal Star Academic All-State honors, as well as a listing of those earning the designation.
For Lincoln Southwest’s Lindsey Blehm, the coronavirus affected more than her final high school track and field season.
The all-state senior football player and boys 100- and 200-meter state champion knows attending Princeton goes far beyond the athletic spectrum.
Ron Powell has advocated for eliminating district track meets altogether in the past. He's changed his tune, but proposes a revision to the system.
A look at the guidelines set forth by the NSAA in regards to maintaining cautious of the coronavirus during workout sessions.
Lincoln Southwest athletic director Mark Armstrong wrote in an email Tuesday that Parker Schoen resigned for personal reasons.
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Take a look at this group of standouts who seldom have an "offseason," producing at a high level in several areas. Check out our stories on co…
The leader of the 'Princesses of Superior,' Kalynn Meyer helped bring the rural town its first-ever state title. Now she's headed to the big stage.
The Journal Star is writing about seniors and senior-laden teams that had their 2020 spring seasons taken away from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Both Hannah Preissler and the Giltner girls track team had a chance to earn more gold before the season was ended early.
“I felt a lot stronger, quicker through the ring and just more explosive,” Claire Wackel said. “I think it was going to be a good season.”
Joel Rathe, a Concordia recruit, was not only looking for the Jets’ school record in the long jump but also family superiority.
For two hours, the Kearney girls track team came together on Zoom to tell stories and share in the disappointment of a canceled season.
Lincoln North Star’s Liem Chot and Norris’ Zach Van Brocklin are not getting the opportunity to transition their success in cross country last…
“There would be a lot of regrets right now if we hadn’t won that race,” said senior Lauren Meyer.
A look at student-athletes from around the state who have signed to Division I, Division II, Division III and NAIA schools.