The high school season is one week away from the playoffs in classes A-C-2 while D-1, D-2 and Six-Man wrapped up the regular season last week and start postseason play on Friday.
The Lakeview defense had one of its most successful nights in program history on Friday in Schuyler. The 52-0 shutout is just one of seven in the last decade. But few Viking teams from the last 10 years, or ever for that matter, can also claim two safeties and an interception return for a to…
Second-ranked Bellevue West brought its high-flying attack to town on Friday and didn't disappoint in a 62-0 thrashing of Columbus High.
For a coach who used to play on the offensive line in his career, could there be anything more satisfying than a 10-minute drive to salt away a victory?
Columbus High senior has found a home in the backfield after asking to switch from quarterback in the summer.
Columbus High senior Rylee Iburg has found a home in the Discoverer backfield with a corps of running backs that all seem to fit the same mold.
With two weeks left until most of the state begins its playoff journeys, the ratings mostly stay consistent at the top. Undefeated teams reign atop all the state’s classes, but there is constant jostling at the bottom of the ratings as teams try to secure their spot in the playoffs.Class A (…
Lakeview football goes to Schuyler on Friday for a game that figures to be one of the most lopsided in recent memory.
Almost a half century in football will be recognized on Friday night in Lindsay when Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family coach Bill Mimick will have the field in Lindsay named in his honor.
The attention of Class C-1, and likely many eyeballs across the state, will be fixed on Albion Friday night when No. 5 and unbeaten Scotus Central Catholic travels to face No. 3 and unbeaten Boone Central.
If third-quarter profits were way up at grocery stores around Columbus, corporate bookkeepers have the Oakley family to thank.
Two Omaha Public Schools football teams — Benson and Bryan — have forfeited their games this week after an on-field fight after their game ended last Friday.
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Defense, turnovers and a crucial special teams play made Boone Central 7-0 on Friday and set up a massive home game this week following a 35-13 win over No. 9 Wayne.
Scotus Central Catholic had 27 points before the game was 10 minutes old and rolled to a 7-0 record on Friday at Pawnee Park during a 42-7 win over 0-7 Schuyler.
Columbus High football created points in all three phases of the game and won its sixth game in a row for the first time in 21 years on Friday when it went to Omaha and knocked off Northwest 55-28.
The Lakeview defense created four first-half turnovers, scored on all four and ran away with yet another blowout win Friday at home. The Vikings put up all their points by halftime and claimed a 42-6 homecoming win against North Bend to improve to 5-2.
Ehlers finds his way to a starting spot on defense after little to no playing time earlier in this career.
If you look to the Shamrocks waiting at the line of scrimmage before the snap you can't miss it. In the moments leading up to the snap of a crucial down, Scotus Central Catholic senior Nick Ehlers is psyching himself up to make a play.
It's a classic trap game scenario. Columbus is coming off a win over Kearney for the first time in 18 years and plays No. 2 Bellevue West next week. This week is a road trip to Omaha and 1-5 Omaha Northwest.
Lakeview football is looking for its first four-game winning streak since the start of the 2018 season when North Bend comes to Columbus on Friday for a 7 p.m. homecoming showdown.
There are few changes at the top of the ratings this week, but new teams join the top 10 in five of the state’s classes. Classes D-1 and D-2 have two weeks remaining in the regular season and playoff seeding will begin to take shape moving forward.Class A (Rec.) | Pvs.1. Millard South (6-0) …
Scotus Central Catholic takes the field Friday for the final home game of the regular season at Pawnee Park. Chances are, the Shamrocks will be back in three weeks to host an opening round contest for the state playoffs.
If you haven't been out to Pawnee Park or Lakeview Stadium the last six Fridays, it's time to ask: what are you waiting for?