Glenwood 4, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3: A fourth-inning run proved vital as Glenwood edged past Class 3A No. 13 Sergeant Bluff-Luton in a non-conference game in Glenwood on Tuesday night.
Abraham Lincoln 10, Sergeant Bluff- Luton 0: The Lynx connected for 13 hits to beat the Warriors in six innings in game one of the Missouri River Conference doubleheader in Council Bluffs.
Hudl bought BlueFrame Technology and now plans to offer livestreaming pay-per-view service to the 18,000 high schools it serves in the upcoming school year.
Glenwood 5, St. Albert 0: The Rams scored a trio of runs in the third inning and two more in the fifth to pull away from the Saintes in Council Bluffs.
Lewis Central 10, Creston 0: Class 3A No. 2 Lewis Central held Creston to just one hit in the game while connecting for 10 hits themselves.
Kyla Swanson was a game-changing player throughout her Wahoo career. She had to wait for it, but the same thing is happening at Illinois now.
Tami Dillavou won't remember the highs and lows. She won't think about the trickle of all-conference and all-state mentions. Even the big milestones won't be the first thing that pops into her head.
Carroll 7, Lewis Central 6: Lewis Central lost in a walk-off on Saturday on the road after giving up six runs in the second inning.
The Heartland Christian Eagles have found a new coach to lead the boys basketball program. Chad Beck has been hired to take over the head coach position in Winter 2022.
Thomas Jefferson 8, Sioux City North 7: The Yellow Jackets fell behind 6-3 by the end of the fifth inning. The Yellow Jackets outscored the stars 5-1 in the sixth and seventh inning to complete the comeback and take down the Stars in what was the third game of the night between these two squads.
Lewis Central 12, Atlantic 0: The Titan bats took a bit to get in a groove but a run in the first, third, and four in the fourth to build a 6-1 lead midway through the contest.
Lewis Central 3, Denison-Schleswig 0: The Titans broke the silence in the top of the fifth inning to score the game’s first run and then scored two more in the top of the seventh to close out the game.
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Lewis Central 15, Denison-Schleswig 3: The bats lit up the scoreboard for the Titans as 11 hits helped L.C. score at least one run in each inning, therefore, ending the game in five innings.
Lewis Central senior Will Devine remembers growing up with the game of soccer from around the time he could walk. He and his brother, Paul, use to practice in the backyard.
Abraham Lincoln 7, Harlan 4: Abraham Lincoln scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead and held Harlan scoreless the last inning to take a win in Wednesday’s home game.
Moville Woodbury Central 8, Class 2A No. 10 Underwood 7: Woodbury Central scored the go-ahead run in the top of the sixth to win Wednesday’s home game.
A Lincoln Southeast soccer coach noticed the same teams were winning each season, so he decided to look at the data. What he found turned into a larger project to tackle inequities in youth sports access.
This year’s city soccer saw a good mix of old faces doing what we’ve known them to do from the last year or two, and also had some new faces rise in the field. Numerous positions were loaded with talent as it always is seemingly every season.
The St. Albert baseball team overcame a slow start and then held off a late run to defeat Abraham Lincoln 8-6 in eight innings at Jon Lieber Field on Wednesday evening.
St. Albert 9, Denison-Schleswig 8: After falling behind 5-0 through the first inning and a half of the contest the Saintes rallied back to take the lead 6-5 after three innings only to see the Monarch jump back in front the very next inning.
Shepard, a 1,000-point scorer at Nebraska, has been hampered by a knee injury since being drafted to the WNBA in 2019. But she's hitting a stride this summer.
Abraham Lincoln 7, LeMars 0: The Lynx scored two runs in the fourth inning and five more in the sixth to run away with the win.
Abraham Lincoln senior Paige Bracker grew up in an athletic family that always competed for everything. Her battles with her brother, Creighton, to sit in the front seat of the car eventually led to her mother, Becky, having to create a schedule for who got the front.