Elkhorn Valley's basketball games — and parents night — on Saturday with Bloomfield have been postponed due to the weather.
Nine lifters from the O-C powerlifting team traveled to Lexington recently for the Lexington Powerlifting Championships to compete one last time as the O-C Cyclones. It was a large meet with 130 lifters and a lineup of very stiff competition from around the state. “The O-C lifters had a toug…
The Summerland girls got off to a slow start on Thursday night — trailing by 13 points at the end of the first — but staged a huge comeback and knocked off undefeated Humphrey St. Francis, 60-54.
The Wolfpack picked up their first win Tuesday night over Neligh-Oakdale, 47-41. Warrior junior Julien Hearn led all scorers with 18 points and EPPJ's Paiton Hoefer led his team with 15.Both teams will be back in action Friday night as Neligh-Oakdale travels to Creighton and EPPJ hosts Plain…
Nine Bobcats finished in the top six to earn medals at the 16-team Howells-Dodge Invite on Saturday, including a pair of runner-up finishes in Rafe Grebin (132) and Colton Thiele (195). Summerland finished fourth as a team.
Neligh-Oakdale earned seven medals Saturday as the Warriors finished fourth in the nine-team O’Neill Invitational.
After a tight first half, the Elkhorn Valley boys turned up the intensity in the second to open their season with a win over Neligh-Oakdale on Friday night, 54-37.
The Summerland girls jumped out to an early lead over Neligh-Oakdale and never took their foot off the gas pedal as they cruised to a 55-26 win Thursday night.
The pale first light of dawn greeted him. The area around the lake gradually came alive as more daylight crept in. Waves softly lapped against the side of his boat as he prepared to launch. This was it.
After an incredible fall season for football, volleyball and cross country, the local teams all had state representatives, proving just how talented the area teams are.
In the first round of the NVC volleyball tournament a milestone was hit, but very few knew it happened. Elkhorn Valley’s head volleyball coach Emily Vaughn received her 300th career win in a sweep over the Santee Warriors.
When Mallory Cooper was deciding where to go to college, she wanted two things — to be able to play college volleyball and to pursue her dream of being a nurse. At Dakota Wesleyan, she was able to do both.