We received the following e-mail from Coach Ramsey of the Brocaw Blazers about an event to be held at Pittsburg State in Kansas on June 1.  Pittsburg, Kansas is 4.5-5 hours south of Omaha.  Neither Dustin nor I have attended this meet, but Coach Ramsey is well-respecte...

Four Creighton Prep seniors look to finish on a high note at this weekend's State meet. All four have collegiate aspirations despite slow starts to their high school careers.

Mahassin Abakar of Omaha Central will compete in four events at the 2019 Nebraska State track meet while fasting from food and liquids during daylight hours.

Next week’s Nebraska State track meet will feature competitive races in almost every event at every class level.  The Class B boys 1600 and 3200 look to be particularly compelling with a stacked group of competitors likely in both events.  The Class B Top 10 list curre...

The Papillion South girls track team is ranked second in the Nebraska coaches’ poll entering the State meet.  The team features sprinters Nina Cuevas (100/200), Tate Norblade (200/400) and Olivia Sattlefield (hurdles), all of who are medal contenders at State.  However...

Lindsey Blehm may attempt to run four races at the 2019 Nebraska State track meet. Prior to Districts, she was ranked in the top 3 of the distance events.

Hannah Godwin, a sophomore at Kearney High, has excelled in distance running since winning every race she entered as an 8th grader.

If you’ve been paying attention to the Nebraska high school distance scene for the last decade or so, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that the Millard West boys’ distance program is among the best in the state.  In the last ten years, Millard has had three 3-time cross coun...

Distance athletes choose the sport for many different reasons, but Hannah Ray’s explanation is a bit unique.  “My mom wanted me to play a sport in high school, but I wasn’t good at any sport I had tried, so I just chose cross country,” she said.  “Even though I had bee...

During the afternoon break of the Kearney invite in early April, I was certain I had made a mistake.  The announcer had just listed the finalists for the 200 meters, and I thought I heard Kate Dilsaver’s name.  Kate Dilsaver?  Nah, she couldn’t possibly be in the 200 f...

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