Cash Meier (GACC), Joe Rodriguez (WP-B) and Daven Whitley (BRLD) all earn medals at the 2021 State Wrestling tournament last week in Omaha.
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.
Hopes of a three-day stay in Lincoln turned into a one-and-done outing as Overton completed a three-set sweep over Guardian Angels Central Catholic in the opening round of the Class C2 State Volleyball tournament Thursday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Ten-in-a-row. The streak of excellence continues for the Guardian Angels Central Catholic softball program. With their C-1 District title, the Bluejays have clinched their 10th consecutive berth to the Class C state softball tournament, an accomplishment head coach Allan Kreikemeier is super…
Avery Kreikemeier produced some late-game heroics in Guardian Angels Central Catholic’s 3-2 win over Hastings St. Cecilia Monday night in a battle of two Class C top-10 softball teams.
Plenty of determination lifted Guardian Angels Central Catholic to its first win of the season during pool play of the NEN Jean Groth Volleyball Classic Thursday at North Bend. That was a big win for the Bluejays, GACC head coach Kate Hagemann noted.
Reaching the Gold Division of the NEN Jean Groth Volleyball Classic was a huge step forward for West Point-Beemer’s volleyball program. The Cadets accomplished that by winning pool play, which they hosted Thursday evening, thanks to wins over Tekamah-Herman and Wayne.
Fueled by a quick start, West Point-Beemer locked up a 37-22 home win over Arlington in Friday night’s high school football season opener. But it didn’t come without a fight.
The expectations were high for West Point-Beemer heading into the 2020 golf season. And the Cadets didn’t disappoint in their season opener. With four golfers in the top 15, West Point-Beemer locked up the team title at their home invite Friday at Indian Trails Country Club.
Wahoo capped off an undefeated 2020 summer baseball season with a 4-1 win over West Point in the championship game of the Cuming County Fair baseball tourney Sunday at Anderson Field.
Earlier this summer, the status of Legion baseball was completely up in the air. And while playing “American Legion” baseball was ruled out, West Point coach Bruce Schlecht held out hope of still taking the field.
Ask any ball coach, and he or she will agree, ‘they are just happy to be playing softball and baseball this summer’ after their seasons were in jeopardy earlier in the year due to COVID-19.
An early deficit didn’t faze West Point. Rather, the Legion Senior baseball team plated five late-game runs en route to a 6-4 win over Pender Thursday at Anderson Field.
Several contributors helped in funding a new scoreboard at Neligh Park’s Anderson Field. Among them was their largest donor, CharterWest Bank in West Point. The new scoreboard, which is positioned in right field, replaces an 18-year old scoreboard.
There’s no hiding the passion that Adam Dobbins has for Iowa football. As a big-time memorabilia collector, Dobbins has turned his basement into a shrine. His love for Hawkeye football is always on display.
Cory Meyer’s commitment to coaching, and dedication to basketball, is reflected in the success that Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur has enjoyed over the past several years.
Four years ago, Hayden Throener attended a Lincoln Stars game with his family. Watching that live action on the ice sparked an immediate interest in the sport. From that moment forward, Hayden was hooked on hockey.
It didn’t matter if they were eight years old or 18-years old. All they wanted to do is win. They referring to the five starters for the Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur basketball program who captured back-to-back Class C2 state championships.
Come Friday and Saturday, it will be an awfully strange sight seeing Burke Stadium in Omaha empty. Those two days were supposed to be when fans from all over the state piled into the stadium to watch the 2020 NSAA State Track and Field meet.
When Arizona Riecken had a gold medal draped around his neck on the basketball court of Pinnacle Bank Arena in March, that capped off an extremely heart-warming success story.
Searching to find something that Amanda Hansen, Lexis Haase and Sierra Kile all have in common is certainly not too difficult. For starters, all three ladies were members of the Midland University women’s basketball program this season. What made that so special is all three are from West Point.
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