Track & Field
Fremont High hosted the Pat Murphy Track and Field Invite at Appleget Field, Saturday. The Tiger boys finished first with 152.50 points. Lincoln Southwest was second with 151.50. The Tiger 4×800 relay of Reed Johannsen, Edmund England, Andrew Blocker and Jose Gonzalez finished first in 8:04.41.
Wes Ferguson won the 400 meter dash in 49.73. Ferguson also won the 800m run in 1:57.43. Jose Gonzalez won the 1600m run in 4:27.72. The Tiger 4x400m relay of Wes Ferguson, Jose Gonzalez, Ross McMahon and Lucas Arps took first in 3:27.50.
In girls action, Fremont finished third with 100 points. Lincoln Southwest was first with 174.50 and Kearney was second at 112. 50. Juanita Mendoza won the pole vault at 10-0. The Tiger 4x800m relay of Avery Decker, Myia Johnson, Shelby Bracker and Emily Nau was first in 9:52.79. Lucy Dillon won the 400m dash in 59.24. The Fremont 4x400m relay of Avery Decker, Myia Johnson, Lucy Dillon and Elli Dahl took first in 4:16.68.
The Midland baseball team won 3 of 4 games over the weekend. The Warriors swept Doane, in Crete, Saturday, 16-12 and 4-2. Yesterday, Midland split with Jamestown, at Moller Field, losing 10-6 and winning 4-3.
The Warrior softball team split a doubleheader with Briar Cliff, yesterday, in Sioux City. Midland won game one 8-0 and lost game two 7-6 in eight innings. The 20th ranked Warriors are now 20-6 and 10-2 in the GPAC.
The Creighton softball team scored eight unanswered runs to down Villanova, 8-2, on Sunday as the Bluejays claimed their first BIG EAST series victory of the season. The Bluejays improved to 3-9 in league play and 14-18 overall, while the Wildcats fell to 4-5 during conference action and 20-19 overall.
The Omaha men’s tennis team suffered a 7-0 setback against No. 27 Notre Dame on Sunday in Notre Dame, IN. The Mavericks are now 8-15 overall, while the Fighting Irish improved to 16-13. The Mavericks visit Northern Colorado on Thursday, April 18, at 11 a.m. (CT) before wrapping up Summit League play at Denver on Friday, April 19, at 6:30 p.m.