Local Sports Coming Up Today: Thursday, 4/19

Fremont / Bergan

The Fremont High boys golf team competes in the Columbus Invite at Elks Country Club at 11:00 this morning.

The Tigers boys track and field team competes in the Harold Scott Invite at Lincoln High at 12:30, this afternoon.

The Fremont High girls tennis team hosts Lincoln Southwest at the Fremont High Tennis Courts at 4:00, this afternoon.

The Tiger girls and boys soccer teams play Lincoln Southeast at the Lincoln YMCA Spirit Park.  Both matches begin at 5:00 this afternoon.

The Archbishop Bergan boys golf team competes in the Columbus Scotus Invite at Quail Run, at 9:00 this morning.

The Bergan baseball team will host Mount Michael Benedictine at the Schilke Complex at 5:00, today.  The game will be broadcast on Mix 105.5.



The Blair High track and field teams compete at the Schuyler Invite at 10:00, today.

The Blair girls tennis team plays at Nebraska City at 4:00 this afternoon.

The Blair baseball team plays at Crete, at 4:30, today.

The Blair boys golf team competes in a dual versus Tekamah-Herman at the Northridge Country Club at 4:30, today.

The Blair boys soccer team plays at Bennington at 7:00, tonight.



The Midland men’s bowling team competes in the USBC Intercollegiate Championships, in Lincoln, today.

The Warrior women’s golf team competes in the Concordia Invite, today.

The Midland women and men’s track and field teams compete in the Kansas Relays, in Lawrence, Kansas, today.

The Warrior Powerlifting teams compete in the USA Powerlifting Collegiate Nationals in College Station, Texas, today.

The Midland softball team hosts Hastings College in a 4pm doubleheader at Christensen Field, today.



TOR- 15, KCR- 5 @ DET Friday in a 12:10 Double Header

CHC @ STL- ppd; vs. STL- 1:20 today on Boomer 1490/104.1



Wednesday’s scheduled matchup between the Omaha Storm Chasers and Memphis Redbirds at Werner Park has been postponed due to inclement winter weather conditions.

The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Thursday, with game one slated to start at 5:05 p.m. CT. Both games will be seven innings contests, with the nightcap starting approximately 30 minutes after game one.