It’s been a season to remember for West Point-Beemer senior Edward Pena. And he capped it off in a memorable way with a trip to the Class C State Cross Country meet Friday at Kearney.
Eyeing a third consecutive state title game appearance, Guardian Angels Central Catholic came up just short as Yutan/Mead notched a couple key hits to capture a 4-0 win over the Bluejays in the Class C State Softball tournament Friday at Hastings.
An inability to stop the run, and some costly turnovers, were contributing factors to Guardian Angels Central Catholic’s lopsided loss to state-ranked Clarkson/Leigh, 52-24, Friday night in Beemer.
There were some sloppy moments for both teams in the first half, but that didn’t prevent them from competing hard in the second half. But when it mattered most, the LVSS football team buckled down and picked up a 20-18 win over BRLD Friday night in Lyons.
A gritty performance was required as Guardian Angels Central Catholic survived and picked up a big-time win over Wakefield, 38-36, Friday night at Beemer in their high school football season opener.
West Point’s Brian Preusker was only one of two riders to complete an eight-second ride during Saturday’s Bull Riding event at the Cuming County Fair, which drew another big crowd. Preusker finished with the event’s second best score.
The bond that Hannah Hunke and Lauren Wobken share with each other runs deep. As best friends at a young age to Division I athletes, their journey to success has been based on hard work and dedication.
A two-run home run by Carson Tietz and a complete game from pitcher Tadd Johansen sealed the deal for the West Point Bombers who captured the Dodge County League Baseball playoff championship with a 4-0 victory Sunday night at Anderson Field in West Point.
Waterloo-Valley plated a quick 1st-inning run. That ended up being the only time either team crossed home plate as Waterloo-Valley edged West Point 1-0 in the American Legion Class B Area 3 Junior baseball tournament Friday at Omaha Roncalli.
Summer is a time for growth. And for the West Point American Legion Junior baseball team, their growth this season has been immense, according to head coach Jacob Hohenthaner.
Stuck on zero for a good chunk of the game, West Point found some life late in the game to pull out a 6-5 win over Battle Creek in American Legion Junior baseball action last week Wednesday at Anderson Field.
It’s always been a dream for Edgar Rodriguez to walk away from Burke Stadium in Omaha with a State Track & Field medal in his hand. Well, not only did that dream come true. It came true twice. The West Point-Beemer senior sprinted his way to a pair of silver medals in the championship fi…
It was a walk-off gold medal throw by Scribner-Snyder junior Cailey Stout who captured the Class D girls state track & field discus championship title Thursday morning at Burke Stadium.
Bluejay junior Livia Hunke picked a perfect time to play her best round of the 2021 season. In doing so, Hunke qualified for the Class C Boys State golf tournament. Hunke punched her ticket to state at the C-3 District tournament held Monday at Fair Play Golf Course in Norfolk. She carded an…
The Patriots produced a very productive second inning. And it was that inning which keyed GACC-SS-WPB to a 10-4 win over Platte Valley in the B-2 District baseball tourney Thursday at Hickman City Park.
Knowing they had the potential to do something big, West Point-Beemer delivered on that potential as the Cadet boys’ track team captured the East Husker Conference championship Saturday at Lyons.
Errors were troublesome for the GACC-SS-WPB baseball team as they finished the game with eight. But ultimately, it was one bad inning that sunk the Patriots in a 6-4 loss to T-C Thunder Friday at Anderson Field.
Hitting off the tee box has been a strength for the West Point-Beemer golf team this season. But the closer to the hole they get, the more difficult it gets. And it was those struggles that forced the Cadets to settle for a 3rd-place finish at their home triangular last week Tuesday at India…
Opportunities for runs were there. But GACC-SS-WPB didn’t always capitalize on those chances as the Patriots came up short, losing 6-3 to Fort Calhoun in high school baseball action Monday at Anderson Field.
High school golf made its season debut, and all three coverage teams were a part of that debut as Guardian Angels Central Catholic and BRLD both competed in the West Point-Beemer Invite Monday at Indian Trails.
Missed shots, turnovers, fouls. Not much went right for Guardian Angels Central Catholic in their 59-45 loss to Ponca in the opening round of the Class C2 Girls State Basketball tournament last week Wednesday at Lincoln Southeast High School.
After 21 consecutive trips to the girls state basketball tournament, not qualifying the past two seasons made it seem like their last trip to Lincoln was forever ago. Well, that wait is over. Guardian Angels Central Catholic is headed back to Lincoln.
Quick starts in both the first and second halves weren’t enough to lift West Point-Beemer to a win over the defending Class C1 champion North Bend Central in the District C1-7 title game Friday that featured two top 10 C1 teams.
West Point-Beemer seniors Joe Rodriguez and Ty Kaup closed out their high school wrestling careers with plenty to be proud of at the Class B State Wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at the CHI Health Center in Omaha.
As the defending state champions, West Point-Beemer expected to be in the mix for another title at the NSWCA Girls State Wrestling Tournament held Friday and Saturday at York High School.
In a girls basketball match-up that featured a pair of 3rd-ranked teams in the state, Guardian Angels Central Catholic 3rd in Class C2 and Archbishop Bergan 3rd in Class D1, it turned into a one-sided affair.
Just three-and-a-half points behind South Sioux City, the top-rated team in the state, West Point-Beemer captured a runner-up finish at the Battle Creek girls wrestling invite on Monday.
Guardian Angels Central Catholic notched some awfully big team accomplishments for its program at the Winside wrestling tournament on Saturday. The Bluejays captured a 3rd-place finish in the team race, which they managed to do thanks to 114 team points.
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