Guardian Angels Central Catholic’s wrestling team came through with strong performances in their middle weights.
Defense was the turning point for West Point-Beemer in their 50-38 win over Auburn in the opening round of the 2019 Great Northeast Nebraska Shootout Friday at Wayne State College. West Point-Beemer trailed for the first three quarters, but thanks to their defensive pressure, took a lead in …
The first half was smooth sailing for the Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur. The second half was anything but smooth for the Wolverines. Even though things got a bit rocky for the Wolverines, BRLD buckled down when it mattered most as they pulled out a 73-63 win over Howells-Dodge Friday in Lyons.
West Point-Beemer was a perfect 5-0 in their home dual tournament wrestled on Saturday. Going undefeated, the Cadets captured the team title. The Cadets posted wins over Quad-County Northeast, Omaha Central JV, Fort Calhoun, York JV and Wayne.
Enduring a few offensive droughts, the Guardian Angels Central Catholic boys basketball team wasn’t able to keep pace with Wisner-Pilger as the Gators posted a 69-47 win over the Bluejays Friday in West Point.
Ground and pound football. Smash-mouth football. Call it what you want. Sutton’s power rushing attack keyed the Mustangs to a 38-28 win over Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur in the Class C2 state football semifinals Friday at Lyons.
Lucas Vogt makes such an impact whenever he steps foot on a football field. There was no denying how much of a difference-maker Vogt was for Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur in their 39-21 win over Wilber-Clatonia during the opening round of the Class C2 state football playoffs Friday evening …
Brandon Mitzel made a statement at the Class C boys state cross country meet last Friday at the Kearney Country Club. Mitzel missed out on hardware, but the time that he posted told the story for the Cadet junior.
Ask any fan, coach or player, there’s no denying that Guardian Angels Central Catholic left everything they had on the field in the Class C state softball championship game Friday at Hastings.
A big-time bounce-back performance on day two of the Class C Girls State golf tournament Tuesday at Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte vaulted West Point-Beemer sophomore Brook Diekemper to a 5th-place finish.
Facing an eight-run deficit, and down to their final six outs of the game, not many people may have given West Point-Beemer a chance. But Cadet head softball coach Scott Anderson wasn’t one of those people. He knew what his team was capable of doing.
For whatever reason in big games so far this season, the Guardian Angels Central Catholic football team has dealt with trying to overcome a slow start. Friday night was no different.
The big news for West Point-Beemer at the Oakland-Craig golf quadrangular on Monday was the return of sophomore Brook Diekemper, who was back in the Cadets’ line-up after missing a month.
For a second consecutive season, West Point was crowned champions of the Dodge County Baseball League. And for a second consecutive season, the win was delivered in impressive fashion.
West Point had a hard time generating any sort of offense as the American Legion Seniors lost to Roncalli 13-1 in the opening round of the Class B Area 3 District baseball tourney Friday afternoon at Blair.
Leigh Jahnke loves to be challenged. She is no stranger to hard work, and she’s at her best when pushed to the limits. So naturally, Jahnke has a passion for obstacle courses.
When BRLD senior Nick Ronnfeldt unleashed his second throw in the Class C boys shot put prelims at the 2019 State Track and Field meet Friday at Omaha Burke, he knew it was a good throw.
There was a fairly large unknown for Guardian Angels Central Catholic in terms of how many athletes they would be able to qualify for this week’s state track and field meet.
One and done is certainly not the outcome West Point-Beemer was hoping for as the Cadets fell to Lincoln Christian 46-35 in the opening round of the Class C1 girls state basketball tourney Thursday morning at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
Give up or battle. Those were the two options West Point-Beemer faced after falling into an 18-2 hole to start the game. Their choice came as no surprise. The Cadets did what they’ve done all season long. They battled.
This week was all about mental toughness for West Point-Beemer wrestling. With action on the mat for three consecutive days, Cadet head coach Jason Redmond knew it was going to be a grind.
In a game that featured 161 total points being scored, it was Guardian Angels Central Catholic who did just enough to outscore BRLD for an 83-78 championship win during the finals of the Howells-Dodge girls holiday tournament on Saturday.
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