O’Neill Eagle Boys Win West Holt Invite


Last week the O”Neill Eagles competed in the West Holt Invitational Track Meet. Nine teams competed. The O’Neill Eagles were able to earn 123 points to win the meet. Runner-up was Ainsworth with 86 points. The team

O’Neill Eagle Boys Win O’Neill Invitational


Article Courtesy of Cole Hilker Last week the O’Neill Eagles hosted their 56th Annual O’Neill Invitational Track Meet. The O’Neill Boy’s track team competed against some of the best schools in the area. The Eagles captured the

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

Bilstein Selected to Shrine Bowl Roster

LOI Riley Bilstein

West Holt’s Riley Bilstein has had a big couple of weeks.

Not long after his commitment to play football at Concordia University in Seward last week, Bilstein hit the winning free throw to help his Huskies claim the Niobrara Valley Conference Boys Championship. Now he is one of the few small school football players selected to the Shrine Bowl roster.

2016 State Wrestling

State Wrestling Coverage

Open this page for dedicated coverage of all of our area wrestlers. All of the 2016 results pertaining to these wrestlers can be found here, along with a summary of the medalists and team scores.

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