Eagles Compete at UNK Invitational

McCoy Strong placed 32nd at the UNK Invite.

This past Monday the O’Neill Eagles competed at the UNK Invitational Cross Country Meet. There were twenty-one girl’s teams with 148 competitors and twenty-eight boy’s teams with 223 competitors in the Class C division. Nearly 1600 total

Male Top Dog Athlete of the Week

Chance Engel is our Stadium Sports Male Top Dog Athlete of the week.

  Chance Engel, a sophomore running back for the Stuart Broncos is our Stadium Sports Male Top Dog Athlete of the week. Chance had a great week against Central Valley carrying the ball 17 times for 198

Female Top Dog Athlete of the Week

Talli Pokorny is our Stadium Sports Top Dog Athlete of the week.

  Talli Pokorny, a junior at Wheeler Central is our Female Stadium Sports Top Dog Athlete of the week. She has placed in 6 out of the 8 Goat Tying performances that she has been in so

Northeast finishes Southeast Tournament 4-0


BEATRICE, NE-The second day of the Southeast Community College volleyball tournament was another success for the Northeast Community College team. They came away with two straight set wins to finish the tournament with four wins and no

O’Neill Lady Eagles Win Plainview Invitational


Lilly Thompson winning the 800. Teammates Payton Birkel, Tessa Rainforth and Haylee Kaufman in background. Photo courtesy Mike Peterson The O’Neill Lady Eagles Track and Field team braved the elements to compete in the Plainview Invite on

Atkinson KC Free Throw Contest Winners


Front row left to right: Lainey Smith,9; Cadey Schaaf,10;Maci Nemetz,11; Landyn Mlady,12; Alexis Butterfield,13; Katelynn Ogden,14. Back row: Drake Nemetz,9; Caeden Lech,10; Weston Mathis,11; Dabe Alvarez-Price,12; Max Roberts,13. The annual Knights of Columbus Free Throw competition in Atkinson was held

Area Players Earn Fall Volleyball Honors


  The volleyball season wrapped up over a month ago, but we finally have all of the postseason honors divvied out. All-State honors were determined by both media and coaches, with statewide recognition coming from the Omaha