There was a definite buzz in the air around Malcolm last week, and it had nothing to do with the anticipation of the long-awaited Scott Frost era of Nebraska football. While this buzz did have to do with high level college athletics, it was about a sport that has brought a great deal of prid…
Gabe Knisley took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown, and the Seward football team didn’t look back Sept. 7, beating Lexington 54-21 to improve to 3-0 on the season.
After sweeping Fillmore Central Sept. 4, the Milford volleyball team was 4-1 at the Malcolm Invitational Sept. 6 and 8, beating Elmwood-Murdock, Ashland-Greenwood and Conestoga and losing to Lincoln Lutheran in pool play and then defeating Centennial for third place.
With Sept. 4’s triangular rescheduled because of rain, the Centennial softball team hosted Adams Central and York in Beaver Crossing Sept. 6, splitting the two games.
While two former stars of the Malcolm volleyball team were facing off against each other in front of more than 14,000 fans in Omaha, the new-look Clippers were busy at home fighting their way through the Malcolm Boosters Invite. With Hayley Densberger playing for the Huskers and Jaela Zimmer…
Centennial’s softball team had a full week of games, playing a triangular at Norris Aug. 21, hosting Lakeview Aug. 23 and competing in the Seward Invitational Aug. 25.
Thirty years ago, the Malcolm High School boys’ cross country team won the school’s first state championship in any sport. In the the three decades since, that feat has been repeated eight times. If the season opener is any indication, things look good for a run at a 10th state title.
After opening the season against top-10 Waverly, the Seward softball team finished second in the Freeman Invitational Aug. 18, losing to Raymond Central 14-8 in the finals.