Schuyler boys wrestling is motivated to return to state after failing to qualify a boys wrestler for the first time since 1991 and just the second time in school history.
LINCOLN - Clarkson/Leigh didn't start Monday's NSAA Class D-1 State Football Championship game at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln the way it wanted to. A fumble and a fumbled kickoff gave Neligh-Oakdale a 14-0 lead after one quarter.
LINCOLN - In a battle of the top two seeds in Class D-2, Howells-Dodge returned to Memorial Stadium on Monday looking to claim its second straight state title.
Schuyler boys basketball aims to build on the foundation laid last season as it returns its entire squad minus graduated seniors Caden Shonka and Daniel Daviu.
Jason Wehner takes over as the new head coach for Schuyler girls basketball. For Wehner’s first year, he aims to turn around the program.
While Schuyler volleyball won the same amount of games as last year, it showed increased competitiveness and improvement in all areas.
Schuyler football, with a young team and a new coaching staff led by head coach Troy Schlueter, experienced growing pains. But, as the year progressed, progress was made.
Howells-Dodge secured its second straight state championship appearance Friday with a 50-12 win over Central Valley in the NSAA Class D-2 state semifinals.
STANTON—Clarkson/Leigh entered this season looking to push aside past demons. In five of their last six playoff appearance, the Patriots were eliminated in the first round.
Clarkson/Leigh and Howells-Dodge earned blowout wins in Friday's state quarterfinals to advance to the state semifinals.
LINCOLN - Howells-Dodge played for its second straight state title in Saturday's NSAA Class D-2 State Volleyball Championship match against Overton at the Devaney Center in Lincoln.
LINCOLN - Howells-Dodge lived on the edge in last year's state semifinal. Trailing two sets to none against Nebraska Christian, the Jaguars faced elimination twice.
LINCOLN - Clarkson/Leigh struggled to find its rhythm in Thursday's NSAA Class C-2 State Volleyball Championship quarterfinal against Fremont Bergan.
LINCOLN - Howells-Dodge opened its chase for a second straight state title Thursday in the NSAA Class D-2 State Volleyball Championship quarterfinals against Stuart at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln.
Clarkson/Leigh and Howells-Dodge punched their straight ticket to Lincoln Saturday, qualifying for the NSAA State Volleyball Championships.
Howells-Dodge emerged past a stingy South Loup team Friday afternoon in the second round of the Class D-2 state playoffs. The Bobcats aimed to knock out their second reigning state champion in as many weeks after beating Kenesaw in the first round.
KEARNEY - Four Warriors competed Friday in the NSAA Class B State Cross Country Championships at Kearney Country Club in Kearney.
Schuyler played its final football game of the season Friday against No. 9 Wahoo. The Warriors lost 68-0 for their sixth shutout defeat of the season.
The 10th-ranked Clarkson/Leigh Patriots entered Saturday's East Husker Conference Tournament semifinals with nothing to lose.
Schuyler returned home for its final home game of the regular season and its first game since defeating Arlington 10-0 in Week 7.
COLUMBUS - Schuyler traveled to Lakeview Saturday for the final day of the Central Conference Tournament in Columbus.
For the first time this century, the Schuyler Warriors qualified four cross country runners for the NSAA Class B Cross Country Championship.
In its final meet before districts, Schuyler cross country traveled to Elks Country Club in Hastings for Thursday's Central Conference meet.
It had been over two years since Schuyler won a football game. A losing streak of 20 games was finally snapped Friday as the Warriors shut out Arlington 10-0 to put the losing streak to bed.
Schuyler football fell to Lakeview Friday night 60-0. The Warriors suffered their fourth shutout loss of the season as it recorded just 28 yards of total offense.