Three in a row, twice. As expected, Dylan Kautz of Norfolk Catholic won the 100 and 200 meters. “After my freshman year, I wanted to go four in a row," Kautz said. "This is another step.”
The first several minutes of the fourth quarter made a big difference for David City Aquinas against the Grand Island Central Catholic girls basketball team.
With the two teams possessing the same record while belonging in the same class and conference, the GICC boys proved superior to rival David City Aquinas.
In a game filled with ‘big moments,’ the most important may — for this season, at least — deserve to be known as “the drive.”
KEARNEY, Neb. — Millard West placed three runners among the top 10 finishers Friday to repeat as Class A girls state cross country team champions.
In the same spot where his legs gave out a year ago, David City Aquinas senior Elijah Frasher began gradually pulling away from his opponents Friday at the Class D state cross country championship meet.
Wahoo running back Dylan Egr made numerous big plays Friday, but none were runs. The senior returned a punt and an interception for scores, then closed with a touchdown pass as the Class C-1 No. 5 Warriors shocked top-ranked David City Aquinas 34-13.
A reversal of fortunes late in the first half Friday gave David City Aquinas the necessary spark to roll to a 39-14 victory over Wahoo Neumann in front of 1,400.
After scoring 54.7 points per game in three lopsided wins to start the season, Class C-1 No. 1 David City Aquinas got all it could handle from winless Columbus Scotus on Friday.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Class C-1 is featured, with No. 3 David City Aquinas today.
DAVID CITY, Neb. — No matter what C-1 No. 7 Norfolk Catholic did in Friday’s first-round game at Memorial Field, top-ranked David City Aquinas had an answer.
Jonah Heng beat two runners from his district in Friday’s Class D boys race to join older brother Jarren (Class C 2008, 2009) as a state champion.
David City Aquinas’ defense met the challenge Friday night against a big-play offense. And with the 27-13 win over previously undefeated Wahoo, the Monarchs ensured a happy homecoming, a 7-1 finish to their regular season and a probable lock on a first-round home game in two weeks when the state playoffs begin.
The Wahoo Neumann senior won a jump ball to score the winning touchdown Saturday as Class C-1’s No. 1 team defeated No. 3 David City Aquinas 21-14 in a storm-delayed game that turned parts of Memorial Field muddy and made for sloppy play at times.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Class C-2 is featured, with No. 1 David City Aquinas today.
Matthew Kindler’s journey from second-string junior varsity to undefeated state finalist came to the happy ending Saturday that he didn’t believe, until this season, was possible.
Emily Herbek sent Grand Island Central Catholic into overtime Friday, and she helped make sure that the Crusaders made the most of that opportunity.
Grand Island Central Catholic didn’t pick up many style points Friday night, but the bottom line for the Crusaders was a 39-35 victory over David City Aquinas.
David City Aquinas defeated Oakland-Craig 36-7 Tuesday for its fourth Class C-2 state football title in five years.
With Millard West driving in the final 30 seconds of Tuesday night’s Class A final, Millard North quarterback Ethan Morrison could only watch.
Oakland-Craig coach Joe Anderson can’t seem to get his players to leave his classroom. They’re not camping out for math help.
When: 2:45 a.m. Tuesday
When a team produces as many 100-yard rushers as the number of first downs it allows, it’s in for a good night. Just ask David City Aquinas.
Hastings St. Cecilia doesn’t look like one of those teams that has scraped its way through an injury-plagued season.
Class C-2 No. 4 David City Aquinas made a statement in Omaha. Winner of the C-2 state title three of the last four years, the Monarchs dominated C-2 No. 10 and previously undefeated Omaha Brownell-Talbot 49-0 at Skutt Field.