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, Eight Man-1 is featured, with Nos. 10-5 today.
Franklin sophomore Ryan Weiss made par on the second playoff hole to outlast West Holt’s Mason Hale for the individual title at the Class D state golf meet on Wednesday at Lake Maloney Golf Course.
Caleb Badura stuck to his game plan. After two bogeys in the first three holes in the Class B boys golf state tournament at Quail Run, the Aurora senior played the rest of the course in 2-under.
The Eagles' shot 61.1 percent against West Holt for their first state tournament victory since 1998.
The World-Herald's Stu Pospisil put together capsules previewing the upcoming boys state basketball tournament.
An early third-quarter stop and a late-third quarter run summed up West Holt's 35-20 win over Clearwater-Orchard.
The competition was fierce at the Riverside Top 10 Camp on Tuesday. The camp, which is in its fifth year, included teams from across Nebraska.
For the second time in two weeks, West Holt defeated Niobrara/Verdigre. But unlike in their 64-57 win on Feb. 7, the Huskies never relinquished control in a 63-45 win in a Class C2-6 subdistrict semifinal here Tuesday.
Pick an emotion, any emotion. Jake Judge has likely felt it during the last week. The West Holt senior has had an up-and-down stretch that would make roller coaster enthusiasts queasy.
Class D No. 4 Creighton kept pounding at No. 5 West Holt on the ground, and landed some knockout blows with its timely passing game.
Shifting the Winnebago-West Holt game from a doubleheader to a single game in another high school gym Thursday night is a great move by the NSAA. If it were playing every game in Lincoln’s two arenas, that never would have been an issue.
Winnebago’s Class C-2 first-round game against West Holt in the Nebraska high school boys basketball tournament has been moved, keeping the scheduled 8:45 p.m. start time, to Lincoln Southeast’s gym.
The Atkinson West Holt Huskies improved to 7-1 and solidified the opportunity for a playoff run in class C2 with a solid 27-12 win over Lutheran High Northeast Friday night at Veterans Memorial Field.
With 2:14 left in its 13-7 win over Hartington Cedar Catholic here Friday, West Holt missed a golden opportunity to put the game away. But 10 seconds after Cedar Catholic's Capp Bengston fell on teammate Grant Leise's fumble at the West Holt 3-yard line with the Huskies leading 13-7, the Huskies recovered a fumbled quarterback exchange at the 6 and then ran the clock out on their fifth win of the season.
The Hartington Cedar Catholic boys basketball team missed out on the state tournament last season, breaking a string of five-straight appearances.
Hartington Cedar Catholic's ball-hawking defense didn't just force turnovers in a 42-7 win over Atkinson West Holt at Russ Hochstein Field here Friday afternoon.