LAUREL – Area high school girls and boys basketball teams competing in the Lewis & Clark Conference will prepare for their conference tournament starting this weekend. The Girls L&C Tourney will open with four host sites featuring 16 tea'... Read More

COLUMBUS – Northeast Nebraska high school basketball teams are gearing up for the East Husker Conference Tournament. Girls first round games will start on Friday, January 25 with boys to follow on Saturday, January 26. Girls opening round gam'... Read More

Lincoln native Jack Sock and Omaha Burke graduate Jackson Withrow were defeated by Ryan Harrison and Sam Querrey 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the third round of men’s doubles play at the Australian Open on Monday morning. Harrison and Querrey had'... Read More

NORFOLK – Mid State Conference basketball teams will open with a pair of play-in games before tourney play takes over throughout next week. The bracket, featuring nine girls and boys varsity programs, was released Monday. In the girls divisio'... Read More

BROOKINGS, SD – The Wayne State College women’s and men’s indoor track & field team made their second trip to the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex over the weekend. Several conference teams joined WSC during the South Dakota State Div'... Read More

NELIGH – Following an hour delay due to travel conditions, the Wayne High wrestling program competed in the Neligh/Oakdale Invitational. Saturday featured 23 teams competing for the top spot. Pierce was crowned champion of the invite with 208'... Read More

ABERDEEN, SD – Saturday evening marked the second half of the conference season with game number 12 of the 22-game NSIC schedule. From Wachs Arena, Wayne State College visited Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. In the women'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – Michael Dickerson had come up empty in past hunts, but he finally got his Nebraska trophy this past September. Dickerson of Davison, Michigan, now holds the Nebraska record typical mule deer taken by archery. He stalked and shot th'... Read More

WAYNE – The 10th annual NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic with Distinction Award was announced over the weekend featuring five Wildcat seniors. The league office in Burnsville, Minnesota released the record list of 156 student-athletes Friday mornin'... Read More

MOORHEAD, MN – The Wayne State College women’s and men’s basketball teams began a cross division road trip Friday night with MSU Moorhead. From the Nemzek Fieldhouse in Moorhead, Minnesota, the ‘Cats competed with the Dragons. During th'... Read More

When Kyle Pelan scored the game’s first basket, at least half of the crowd in the Omaha Skutt gym got goose bumps and the rest applauded. When Elkhorn Mount Michael pulled out the 48-44 win over the Top 10 No. 7 SkyHawks, everyone stoo'... Read More

WAYNE – With an early February trip scheduled for the Wayne State College baseball team, WSC was tabbed sixth in the NSIC Preseason Baseball Coaches Poll. Released Thursday morning by the league office in Burnsville, Minnesota, the ‘Cats will '... Read More

Bowling and girls wrestling are closer than ever to being state-sanctioned sports. During second-stage NSAA legislative district meetings this month, four of the six districts voted for girls wrestling and three of the six for bowling to be consi'... Read More

RANDOLPH – Lewis & Clark Conference wrestling programs came together Thursday throughout the day for a tournament. From Randolph High School, nine teams made up the L&C Conference. Plainview dominated the day with 272.5 points to plac'... Read More