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Lopers Tame the Tigers in Home Opener

KEARNEY - The Nebraska-Kearney women's basketball team scored 28 points in both the second and third quarters to roll past Central Christian (Kan.) College, 95-66, Wednesday night at the Health & Sports Center. This was UNK's home opener. Beating the Tigers for a second straight season, the Lopers improve to 1-2 while CCC remains 0-4 as…

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Doane Ends Season on High Note

CRETE - The Tigers capped up their 2018 season in winning fashion. Doane hosted Concordia for Senior Day, and defeated the Bulldogs 21-16 on Saturday afternoon. Check out highlights in the video above. CONCORDIA (3-7) 10 0 6  0 - 16 DOANE (6-4) 7 14 0 0 - 21

BDS holds off Ewing in fifth set for first ever state title

LINCOLN, NE - Bruning-Davenport/Shickley's group of four seniors went out on the highest note possible on Saturday. Jaydn Kleinschmidt, Sera Johnson, Caitlin Mosier, and Emilie Schardt all started playing volleyball for BDS in 2015 - the same fall that Kari Jo Alfs became the head coach. Alfs and these four seniors achieved career win No.…

Islanders Down Thunderbirds as Playoff Run Continues

BELLEVUE - The Islanders are one win away from the program's second state championship. Grand Island defeated Bellevue West 37-30 on Friday night in the state semifinals, and will return to the state title for the first time since 1990. The Islanders will take on top-seeded Omaha Burke at 7:15 PM on Monday, Nov. 19th.…

BDS sweeps Mullen, back in state final for the first time since 2013

LINCOLN, NE - Bruning-Davenport/Shickley has proven that they can play with the best, and beat the best, in Classes D1 and D2. In its first season of D2, the No. 2 Eagles (29-4) are headed to the state championship match after a 3-0 win (25-13, 25-17, 25-18) over No. 3 Mullen (28-4) in the state…

BDS advances, Exeter-Milligan and Thayer Central get bounced at state vo...

LINCOLN, NE - The No. 2 BDS Eagles volleyball team (28-4) scored a straight sets win over No. 7 Cody-Kilgore (25-6) on Thursday in the first round of the Class D2 state volleyball tournament at Lincoln Southeast High School. The Eagles dominated sets one (25-15) and two (25-12), but got a late push from Cody-Kilgore…

Eagles Soar to Semis with 40-Point Win Over Bloomfield

JOHNSON - Johnson-Brock is one win away from playing for a state title. In a battle of undefeated programs, the Eagles hosted Bloomfield in the Class D-2 Quarterfinals on Tuesday afternoon and took down the Bees 72-32. No. 2 Johnson-Brock (11-0) travels to No. 1 Humphrey St. Francis (11-0) on Monday to take on the…

Baptista, Manning lead Exeter-Milligan/Friend to semifinals

MILLIGAN, NE - After getting an early fight from Fullerton last Wednesday in Friend, the Exeter-Milligan/Friend Bobcats (11-0) imposed their will right from the get-go and never looked back. Senior running back Edwin Baptista scored on a 48-yard touchdown run on the game's first play from scrimmage. That started a rushing barrage from the No.…

Majerus, Cooney pick up weekly honors following Dakota Wesleyan performance

Senior safety Seth Majerus and junior place kicker Bryce Cooney each earned weekly honors from the Great Plains Athletic Conference for their performances in a 30-3 win over Dakota Wesleyan on Saturday. Majerus, who just played the final road game of his college career, had perhaps the most memorable performance of his career. On the…

Griffs Scored 19 Unanswered to Win 25-17

KEARNEY – The Missouri Western State Griffons took advantage of three turnovers and outscored Nebraska-Kearney 19-0 in the second half to post a 25-17 win Saturday afternoon at Ron & Carol Cope Stadium at Foster Field. The Griffons (6-4) avenge a 14-3 loss to the Lopers (4-6) last season and have now won nine of the…

Wolverines fall behind early, fall short in second half rally

OAKLAND, NE - Wilber-Clatonia had one of its worst halves of the season, followed by one of its more impressive rallies of the season on Friday night. The No. 5 Wolverines (9-2) fell behind 20-0 at halftime, scored 21 third quarter points, but ultimately fell short to Oakland-Craig, 35-21, in a Class C2 quarterfinal game.…