KEARNEY, Neb. — After many years of discussion, Kearney High will finally have a baseball team next spring if it can raise $250,000 by Sept. 1.
Kearney's Kanon Koster decided he wanted to play basketball in college at the end of summer in 2017.
Mitch Kahre had 17 points and Jacob Pickering 16 for Elkhorn (4-10), which has lost five in a row.
Grand Island Central Catholic proved once again Friday that the Crusaders are committed to playing their way, and so far the evidence suggests it works.
No. 1 Kearney has six individual champions as Bearcats win their own wrestling invitational.
Thomas Connely also was a 2017 pick for the Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Teams and has volunteered his time with Uplifting Athletes, Souper Bowl of Caring and local hospital visits.
Brett Kaiser had seven catches for 263 yards and five touchdowns in a September game, breaking some Class C-1 records. That was part of a strong senior season that has put him squarely on the radar of college coaches.
Dylan Egr ran for 303 yards and five touchdowns Friday night as Wahoo defeated Kearney Catholic 42-28.
Grand Island Central Catholic took advantage of a strong service game early as the Crusaders defeated Kearney Catholic 25-16, 25-10, 20-25, 25-12 Tuesday.
Rashawn Harvey and the Kearney Catholic coaching staff kept a watchful eye as quarterback Matt Masker closed in on a 25-year-old state record. Masker, meanwhile, paid no attention to it.
Kearney Catholic has made it a habit of starting slow the first two games they’ve played this season.
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 A is featured, with Nos. 10-5 today.
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. 4 Kearney Catholic today.
Courtney Kosch had a goal and two assists to lead Class B No. 7 Columbus Scotus to a 3-1 win over eighth-ranked Kearney Catholic Friday afternoon in the opening round of the girls state soccer tournament at Creighton’s Morrison Stadium.
Bruce Lear started as a soccer dad. The first-year coach for Kearney Catholic’s girls picked up the sport from scratch following his daughters. “And they’ve had to suffer through me learning along the way,” Lear cracked.
Matt Masker tops the list for quarterbacks in the 2018 NebHSRecruiting player rankings after a 2016 season that included 2,717 passing yards and 36 touchdowns (third in all classes) compared to eight interceptions.
Kearney Catholic has been accepted into the Centennial Conference, returning the parochial-school league to 11 teams.
David Wingett scored 16 of his team’s final 20 points over the last 10:44 as No. 2-rated Winnebago held off No. 8 Kearney Catholic 67-63 Thursday morning in first-round play of the Class C-1 state tournament.
Ashlyn Power led Christian (26-1) with 11 points while Taytem Coleman added 10 points for the Top 10 No. 1-ranked Crusaders.
Kearney Catholic completed one of the better comebacks of all time in the girls state tournament with a 44-37 win over Ord.
Kearney Catholic, which was tied with Malcolm 18-18 late in the third quarter at the Devaney Center, scored 11 of the next 14 points to remain undefeated.
Kearney Catholic’s Rick Petri has two things that any coach would love to have. Five senior starters. And a perfect record.
Thanks to an upset Thursday night, Kearney Catholic senior Jack Keating remains on track to add to his family’s collection of state wrestling gold medals.
Kearney Catholic used an early 9-0 run to make Centura play catch-up for the duration of Saturday’s Lou-Platte Conference tournament championship.
Class C-2 No. 5-rated Ravenna led C-1 No. 3 Kearney Catholic 7-0 just 77 seconds into Saturday’s Lou-Platte Conference tournament championship game.
Class C-1, No. 3 Kearney Catholic simply couldn’t be kept in check for another half in a 57-22 defeat of St. Paul in the semifinals of the Lou-Platte Conference Tournament Friday.