The Elkhorn Valley Falcons improved their record Monday after sweeping the competition in the Bloomfield tri.
The Renegades had all of the momentum as second half began Friday night, but Mother Nature shut it down, leading to a 90-minute lightning delay before the game was finally postponed.
Dylan Kaup, son of Chad and Beth Kaup, of Neligh, and a junior at Wayne State College, participated in the hammer throw event at the 2019 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships. He was ranked 16th in the nation with a seeded throw of 199’ 5.7”.
After six events, the Neligh-Oakdale boys track team sits in seventh place in Class D at the 2019 NSAA State Track and Field Championships, in Omaha, Friday, May 17.
The Class D-4 district track meet, which includes Clearwater/Orchard, Ewing and Neligh-Oakdale, has been moved to Friday, May 10, at Rock County High School, in Bassett.
A schedule change for the Niobrara Valley Conference Track and Field Meet, set for Saturday, April 27, in Atkinson, has been announced.
Three Neligh-Oakdale boys have been selected to play in the Niobrara Valley Conference versus North Central Nebraska All-Star basketball game, scheduled for Friday, May 24, at O’Neill High School.
Jayden Arehart, Kaleb Pofahl, Brock Kester and Andrew Herley went undefeated throughout the day as the Warriors competed in the NSAA State Dual Championships at the Buffalo County Fairgrounds, Saturday, Feb. 2.
Paige Furstenau tossed 27 points in the net Friday, Dec. 14, during the Lady Warriors’ 56-48 win over Bloomfield on the home court. She was perfect from the free throw line, hitting 13 of 13. Furstenau was one of the team’s top rebounders, grabbing two offensively and seven on defense.