Ben Menking had to be extra perfect at the 51st Cornhusker Trap Shoot last week. The junior at Fremont High School didn’t miss a single clay i…
One of the hallmarks of a great program is consistency year in and year out as the on-the-court success continues with new names and faces get…
The Bergan track team got its final tune-up ahead of the postseason slate Thursday at its home meet.
Fremont tennis fended off Lincoln High 5-4 in Thursday’s home dual.
Seward County Sheriff Mike Vance said both of the drivers were taken to a hospital in Lincoln for their injuries. But there were no serious in…
Bergan’s Brenton Pitt had an extra special birthday Thursday, signing with Peru State to continue his baseball career.
The Fremont girls track team captured its first Heartland Athletic Conference championship since 2005 by sweeping all three relays to go along…
The postseason has arrived for high school baseball.
Bergan baseball ended the regular season with a 6-4 win over Lincoln Pius X Tuesday at home, setting a new school record in the process.
Tyler Show led Fremont at the Lincoln Southwest Invitational Tuesday as the Tigers finished with a team score of 365.
Logan View’s Jake Hagerbaumer set the school record Tuesday at the Logan View Invite at Elkhorn Valley golf course.
The Bergan baseball team split its pair of games at a home triangular Saturday in a pair of high-scoring affairs.
The Bergan boys finished fourth at the Centennial Conference meet Saturday in Columbus.
Fremont scored early and often on the way to a 11-1 win over Omaha North Saturday in the opening round of the Class A-3 district tournament.
Bergan’s seniors set the tone Friday night in a 4-3 win over Lincoln North Star.
Bergan’s Brady Davis flirted with breaking the Knights 18-hole record Friday afternoon before ultimately settling for his first tournament win…
The Fremont girls dominance was on display again Thursday as the Lady Tigers ran away with the team title at the George Anderson Invite.
For years, the girls state tournament has run during the first weekend of March, and the boys played the following week.
No. 6 Bergan cruised past Lincoln Northeast 10-1 Tuesday at Den Hartog Field to secure the Knights third win in a row.
Fremont battled heat and wind at the Beatrice Invite Monday.
Fremont finished ninth at the sixteen-team Millard West Invite Monday.
Bergan’s Sam Gifford was perfect Saturday afternoon.