TRACK AND FIELD
As Kenzo Cotton works toward the crescendo of his high school track career in just four weeks, the Papillion-La Vista senior understands that his...
TRACK AND FIELD
Chloe Akin-Otiko’s coach threw in a little history lesson with her pep talk before the Bellevue West sophomore flash ran her 200-meter final...
TRACK AND FIELD
With the pressure on, Tracy delivered. He then bettered his mark on his next attempt. His top distance — 166 feet, 1 inch — was good...
SOCCER
Thursday featured another tight matchup between the Omaha Marian and Millard West's girls soccer teams.

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TRACK AND FIELD
Linn-Mar’s Jenks races to top of 3,000 charts
Stephanie Jenks' considerable talents turned Rebekah Topham into a running realist on Thursday.
GOLF
Madison's Warnemunde earns first invite win in playoff
Madison senior Mark Warnemunde had never won an invitational or been involved in a playoff prior to Thursday’s Lutheran High Northeast invitational at the Norfolk Country Club.
SOCCER
Strong defense lifts Council Bluffs Lewis Central girls
Reghan Coyle knows a soccer game is going well when she spends more time near midfield than by her own goal.
BASKETBALL
Fuller headed to Western Illinois
Former Sioux City East basketball standout J.C. Fuller has signed to continue his career at Western Illinois.
TRACK AND FIELD
Alliance's Krantz making the most of his opportunities
When Alliance junior Kyle Krantz heard a meet official say “164 feet, 1 inch” after one of his discus throws in the Alliance Invite on April 17, he basically did a double take. He found it hard to believe what he had just heard.
SOCCER
Norfolk boys soccer team extends win streak to six games
The Norfolk High boys soccer team scored three goals in the first half of its game with Elkhorn Thursday evening at Veterans Memorial Field, then finished off the Antlers 3-1 with a solid second-half defensive effort to extend its winning streak to six straight.
GOLF
Scottsbluff golfers finish second in Gothenburg
The Scottsbluff boys golf team continued its streak of finishing in the top two at a windy Gothenburg Invitational on Thursday at Wild Horse Golf Club.
GOLF
Thomas' 75 takes second in golf for York
Duke senior Leighton Thomas turned in a 75 Thursday at Quail Run Golf Course in Columbus and finished second in the Scotus Invitational.
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Omaha Benson star Kianna Ibis commits to Arizona State
Nebraska came close, but it will be Arizona State for Omaha Benson forward Kianna Ibis. The 6-foot junior said Wednesday night that she has verbally committed to the Sun Devils.
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Westside’s Meyers has pitched, hit, fielded his way to future NU spot
Jake Meyers hopes he gets the opportunity to serve as an outfielder and a pitcher when he’s on the Huskers’ roster next season.
TENNIS
GICC hoping to take next step and win state
The ingredients are in place and the strategy set. Now, the Grand Island Central Catholic tennis players just need to keep building their resumes. It's all about getting the best seeds possible for the Class B state tournament, where the next step in the plan comes into play.
RATINGS
Ratings: Nebraska prep soccer, April 24
Nebraska high school soccer ratings for boys and girls Top 10 and all classes by World-Herald staff writer Nick Rubek, as published in The World-Herald on April 24.
SOCCER
Game of the Week: Marian at Millard West
Class A is up for grabs this season and the game of the week features two of the top contending teams.
SOCCER
Nebraska high school soccer leaders
Nebraska prep soccer stat leaders, as published in The World-Herald on April 24.
TRACK AND FIELD
Culjat back on track after lost seasons
Tucker Culjat had big plans for his final year of athletics at Council Bluffs St. Albert. The senior had been a standout four-sport athlete throughout his prep career, but gave up baseball last summer to prepare for his last football season. An injury in the second game, however, cut his season short. Ensuing surgeries wiped out his basketball...
FOOTBALL
Exeter-Milligan's Sluka to Peru State College
Exeter-Milligan running back and quarterback James Sluka likes to take the ball and run with it. He plans to bring that same go-getter attitude to Peru State University this fall.
TRACK AND FIELD
Griswold's Topham ready for challenge at relays
Last August against the nation's top runners, Rebekah Topham finished second in the 800 meters at the AAU Junior Olympics in Ypsilanti, Mich., running a personal-best 2 minutes, 10.83 seconds, good for 12th on Iowa's all-time list.
TRACK AND FIELD
Panther boys win Dan Tesar Invite; Fillmore Central girls fifth
Another solid outing by the Fillmore Central boys track and field team netted the Panthers the Dan Tesar Invite title on Tuesday at Tri-County High School.
TENNIS
Dukes whitewash St. Cecilia
The York Duke girls tennis team made it two straight shutouts in a row with a 9-0 win at Hastings St. Cecilia on Tuesday.
GOLF
Heartland seventh, Cougars eighth at DC
DAVID CITY – The host David City Scouts feasted on home cooking Wednesday as they shot a team total of 328 to defeat the Stanton Mustangs by six strokes at the David City Golf Invite.
Taking third place was Humphrey St. Francis with a team score of 353 and fourth went to Shelby-Rising City with a 355.
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