It's time. The state track and field meet begins Wednesday at Omaha Burke Stadium, where Classes A and B kick off four days of action.
The state high school baseball tournament is in full swing. Follow our live blog for the latest updates.
OMAHA — Once Jaylen Lloyd saw what he needed to do to win the Class A boys triple jump, the Omaha Central junior quickly responded.
The Bulldogs, now 3-1 in Bellevue, take on the 2-0 Bruins in the championship at 11 a.m. Thursday.
Midland was making its fourth consecutive NAIA Tournament appearance after winning the Great Plains Athletic Conference.
A series of wild pitches helped Midland defeat Olivet Nazarene 6-2 Tuesday in Marion, Indiana, in an elimination game on the second day of the opening round of the NAIA softball tournament.
The Concordia baseball team turned an NAIA Tournament elimination game upside down with an eight-run outburst in the eighth inning Tuesday.
If anyone had doubts about the Chargers' future in Los Angeles, owner Dean Spanos is hoping Wednesday’s ceremonial groundbreaking for a new team headquarters answers them. The Chargers have already started work on the 14-acre site, which is slated for completion in July 2024. The Chargers left San Diego for Los Angeles in 2017. They played in a soccer stadium in Carson for three seasons before becoming co-tenants with the Rams at SoFi Stadium in 2020. While searching for a location for a permanent facility, the Chargers have had temporary headquarters in Costa Mesa since 2017.
Mike Pettine has just begun his first season with the Minnesota Vikings as assistant head coach on a staff busy implementing a fresh culture and installing new schemes. The full plate didn’t stop Pettine from spearheading a pilot project designed for minorities seeking to enter the NFL coaching pipeline. The three-day workshop at Vikings headquarters is designed to further their development and increase their opportunities in a league that has long lagged in minority hiring. The 12 participants are almost entirely from the college ranks.
The New York Jets signed wide receiver Garrett Wilson to a four-year, $20.55 million deal. He is the last of the team’s three first-round draft picks to get under contract. Wilson was the No. 10 overall pick last month out of Ohio State. He’s expected to be an immediate contributor as a rookie while giving second-year quarterback Zach Wilson a speedy vertical threat in what should be an improved offense. Cornerback Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, the No. 4 overall pick, signed his four-year, $38.7 million deal on May 7. Defensive end Jermaine Johnson, the 26th pick, signed a four-year, $13.1 million contract Monday.
The Los Angeles Chargers have signed defensive lineman Morgan Fox. Fox will be entering his seventh year in the league. He spent his first five seasons with the Rams before going to the Carolina Panthers last year. Fox’s most productive season was in 2020, when Chargers coach Brandon Staley was the Rams' defensive coordinator. Fox had a career-high six sacks and nine quarterback hits. He has 103 tackles, 12 sacks, four forced fumbles and four recoveries during his career.