Local Sports Today with Rich Ray – April 7

FREMONT – Here’s your daily look at local sports, from the desk of Rich Ray:

High School Sports

The Fremont High boys track and field team competed in the Bellevue East Chieftain Invite, Tuesday.  The Tigers finished in fifth place with 62 points.  Millard South won the meet, scoring 190.  Fremont’s Aaron Ladd won the 1600 in 4:52.10.

In girls high school tennis, Fremont defeated Blair, 8-1.

The Bergan Knights baseball team defeated Lincoln High, 10-0 in five innings, Tuesday night at Novak Field, at the Schilke Complex.  Carter Sintek picked up the win, on the mound, pitching all five innings, give up two hits, while striking out eleven.  Sintek also was 2-for-3 with a double and a rbi.  Conner Richmond was 3-for-4 with a rbi.  Dawson Glause was 2-for-3.  Cal Janke was 2-for-2 with two rbi’s and Jax Sorensen hit a two-run inside-the-park homerun.  Lincoln High is 4-5 and plays in a double dual, Saturday, in Lincoln, versus Columbus and Kearney.  Bergan is 3-2 and hosts Mount Michael Benedictine, Friday.

In high school golf, Blair defeated Logan View.  The Bears shot 182.  The Raiders shot 199.

In girls high school tennis, Fremont defeated Blair, 8-1.

In high school baseball, Gretna defeated Blair, 10-1.

In girls high school soccer, Blair defeated Plattsmouth, 10-0.

In boys high school soccer, Blair defeated Plattsmouth, 10-0.

Midland U

The Midland Warrior men’s golf team finished second in the Midland Invite, Tuesday at the Fremont Golf Club.  Midland shot 298.  Northwestern finished first with a 297.  Preston Carbaugh of Midland was the meet medalist, shooting a 1-under, 70.

In college baseball, Tuesday, in Lamoni, Iowa, Midland split a doubleheader with Graceland.  The Warriors dropped game one 11-5 and won game two, 7-4.

Midland University women’s soccer team entered the second round of postseason play in the Great Plains Athletic Conference Postseason (GPAC) Tournament Wednesday night. The Warriors traveled to Seward, Nebraska for a semifinals match against third-seeded Concordia University. After 110 minutes of play in the field, the game concluded with Concordia advancing in a shootout, 5-4.

Midland’s season comes to a conclusion with a final record of 7-6-3. They were 5-4-3 in conference play and advanced to the semifinals for the fifth straight season.

Coming up today:

Bergan Boys Golf @ DC West Invite at Pines CC- 9am

Midland Volleyball @ Jamestown- GPAC Semifinals- 7pm

MU Esports vs. UC-Dominguez Hills- 8pm

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