Local Scoreboard: Golf, Tennis, Track, Soccer, GPAC Baseball & Softball


The Fremont High boys golf team competed in the HAC Championships at the Norfolk Country Club, yesterday.  Fremont finished ninth, shooting a 385.  Norfolk won the meet at 304.  Jack Kranz led Fremont with a 91.  Luke Kluver of Norfolk was the meet medalist, shooting a 71.

Blair Boys Golf came in 4th at the Wayne Invite.  Blake and Jake Stirek both shot 82’s.


In girls high school tennis, yesterday, Lincoln High defeated Fremont, 8-1.

Skutt defeated Blair, 7-1.

Track & Field

The Bergan Track and Field Invite was yesterday at Heedum Field.  The Bergan boys finished fifth with 71 points.  Bishop Neumann won the meet with 134.  In girls action, Bergan finished fourth with 63 points.  Aquinas Catholic won the meet with 178.  Koa McIntyre won the 100 meters in 11.16.  McIntyre also won the 200 in 22.84.  For the girls, Kaia McIntyre won the 800 in 2:27.08.  Allie DeGroff won the shot put at 38-10.  DeGroff also won the discus at 119-8.

George Kusche from the Nebraska track and field team competed in the Payton Jordan Invitational late Thursday night at Cobb Track and Angell Field. Kusche competed in the Invitational 1,500 meters and finished in sixth place with a personal-best time of 3:39.33. His time moved him up to No. 4 on the NU top-10 list in the event.

Baseball / Softball

2019 GPAC Softball: Midland Bracket – Christensen Field

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Game #1 – (5) Jamestown 11, (4) Northwestern 0 (5) – BOX SCORE
Game #2 –(8) Dordt 4, (1) Midland 3 – BOX SCORE
Game #3 – (5) Jamestown 5, (8) Dordt 4 – BOX SCORE
Game #4 – (1) Midland 11, (4) Northwestern 2 (6) (NWC Eliminated) – BOX SCORE

2019 GPAC Baseball:  Jamestown Bracket – Jack Brown Stadium

Thursday, May 2, 2019
Game #1 – (6) Northwestern 7, (3) Midland 0 – BOX SCORE
Game #2 – (2) Jamestown 8,  (7) Morningside 0 – BOX SCORE


In the B-2 Girls Sub-District Soccer Championship, last night, Bennington defeated Blair: 2-0.


Omaha starter Heath Fillmyer fanned eight over six quality innings and relievers Kyle Zimmer and Kevin McCarthy provided three hitless frames of support, while right fielder Jorge Bonifacioblasted a go-ahead three run home run in the seventh to lift the Storm Chasers to a 5-2 come-from-behind victory over the Nashville Sounds on Thursday night at First Tennessee Park.