Local Sports Today with Rich Ray: December 3

FREMONT – Here’s a look at local sports with Rich Ray:

Midland University’s women’s basketball team extended the winning streak to four games after an 87-76 rout of Doane University in Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) action on Wednesday night. Midland improves to 8-1 overall and 5-1 in the GPAC while Doane falls to 3-4 on the year and 1-3 in the league.

Midland University’s men took to the hardwood in Crete, Nebraska on Wednesday night as they faced Doane University in a Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) matchup. The Warriors fell 68-64 to the Tigers. Midland falls to 2-6 overall and 1-5 in the GPAC while Doane picks up their first conference win and improves to 4-5 overall and 1-3 in the GPAC.

Nebraska men’s basketball forward Derrick Walker had his 16-game NCAA suspension reduced to 14 games because of the COVID-shortened season. Nebraska is scheduled to play Maryland in its 15th game of the year.

Coming up today:

FHS Bowling vs. Millard North, Millard South and Millard West- 12 noon @ Western Bowl in Millard

FHS Swimming & Diving vs. Columbus- 4:30 @ Fremont YMCA

FHS WR @ Blair Triangular with Blair and Papio LaVista South- 5pm

FHS GBB vs. Millard West- 7:30pm- Al Bahe Gymnasium- KHUB

FHS BBB vs. Millard West- 8:15pm- FMS

Blair GBB vs. Omaha Mercy- 7:30pm- Blair High School

Blair BBB @ Harlan- 7:30pm- Boomer 97.3 FM

MU M WR vs. Concordia- 7pm- Wikert Event Center

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