Seven OC powerlifters competed at the Cornhusker State Games over the weekend, finishing third as a team with several medalists.
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.
Neligh-Oakdale senior Austin Rice was one of 47 standout Nebraska high school football players invited to participate in the fourth annual River Battle Bowl.
Two individuals selected 16 winners in the latest edition of Pigskin Predictions, sponsored by the Neligh News and Leader, Clearwater Record-Ewing News and Creighton News.
Three individuals selected 14 winners in the Nov. 1 edition of Pigskin Predictions, sponsored by the Neligh News and Leader, Clearwater Record-Ewing News and Creighton News.
The Nebraska School Activities Association released subdistrict volleyball matchups for competition beginning Monday, Oct. 29.
Neligh-Oakdale Lady Warriors volleyball team was prepared for tournament play against 11th seed Santee tonight at 6:15 p.m. in Tilden, however, due to a forfeit by the Santee Warriors, N-O will advance to meet Elkhorn Valley at 7 p.m.
Emma Bixler and Cole Belitz continued their impressive season by earning trips to the State Cross Country Meet in Kearney Friday, Oct. 19. There were 23 schools entered in the D-3 district Meet with 79 entries in the girls race and 105 runners entered in the boys. Both Bixler and Belitz fini…
The Warrior cross country team achieved another school first as well as only the second time it has ever been achieved when the Warriors swept the individuals when Emma Bixler and Cole Belitz were the first to cross the finish line in the high school varsity races on Friday.
The 49th annual West Holt Invitational, one of the oldest running meets in northeast Nebraska, had new all-time course records set in both the girls and boys races. For the second week in a row, the weather conditions helped to provide some impressive performances. The nice weather coupled w…
The Neligh-Oakdale Lady Warriors volleyball team saw a busy week of matches, with two triangulars. The first triangular versus the Plainview Pirates and Bloomfield Bees offered NOHS home court advantage on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
The Warriors cross country team took advantage of the nice weather Friday at Albion as every competitor recorded a season’s best time or a personal best for the Albion course.
Following a bye week for the Neligh-Oakdale Warriors, the team entered the Thursday, Sept. 20 contest with Laurel-Concord-Coolerige healthy and with good execution according to Head Coach Ron Beacom.
Hurricane Florence and a tied National Football League game could have thrown a wrench into the outcome of the second week of Pigskin Predictions.