SPORTS
Friday's local scoreboard


College Baseball: Dayton 3, Creighton 1Nebraska 14, Missouri State 12 • UNO 14-7, Hillsdale 5-8
College Softball: Massachusetts 3, Nebraska 0 • Penn State 1, Nebraska 0, ppd., 6 innings • UNO 9, Oklahoma Panhandle State 1
Men's College Basketball: College of the Ozarks 72, Bellevue 54
Women's College Basketball: Drake 51, Creighton 44 • College of the Ozarks 93, College of St. Mary 52

USHL: Tri-City 6, Omaha 2

Postponements: Prep Basketball

Nebraska Prep Basketball Postseason: Results/Schedule
Iowa Prep Basketball Postseason: Results
Prep Basketball Results: NebraskaIowa
Prep Basketball Summaries: NebraskaIowa

Area EventsCollege BasketballCollege BaseballLocal HockeyCollege SoccerCollege SoftballCollege SwimmingPrep State SwimmingCollege Signings Horse Racing Dog Racing Saturday's TV/Radio Schedule

Also:
National sports news
National scores and stats

 


Nascar: Kenseth rolling dice for history

Even in a town where the house usually wins, it's a good bet Matt Kenseth could make NASCAR history this weekend. After winning the first two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races of the year in Daytona and Fontana, Calif., Kenseth hopes to capture Sunday's Shelby 427 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and become the first Cup driver to win the first three races of the season.

Lee Ackerman: Offseason Midlands observations

Also:
Racing Week

 


USHL: Storm comes up and zaps Lancers

Should Omaha continue to falter down the stretch and relinquish home-ice advantage for the first round of the playoffs, games like Friday night's home loss will weigh heavily on the Lancers' minds.

 


NFL: Denver gives RB Buckhalter 4-year contract

The Broncos signed former Nebraska player Correll Buckhalter to a four-year deal and were putting the finishing touches on a four-year contract for former Cardinals back J.J. Arrington, said J.R. Rickert, the agent for both players.

Also:
Redskins sign Haynesworth

 


Teenager continues strong showing, beats Clark

Teenage sensation Rory McIlroy can only wonder what it would have been like to face his hero, Tiger Woods, in the Accenture Match Play Championship. He didn't get that chance Friday, which might be one reason he had such an easy time advancing to the quarterfinals.

 


Hastings happy to host Sioux Falls in semifinals

The Hastings College men's basketball team finds itself in an unlikely position after Thursday's quarterfinal games in the Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament. The Broncos entered the tournament as the No. 5 seed, but after three of the top four seeds were upset on Thursday — including Hastings' 89-70 road win against fourth-seeded Northwestern — the Broncos now find themselves hosting ninth-seeded Sioux Falls in the semifinals today at 3 p.m.

 


Nebraska State Swimming: From the Devaney Center

    • NET Live Webcasting of State Swimming Finals
    • Preliminaries-Assignments SwimmingDiving
    • Swimming Prelim Results: BoysGirls
    • Final Results: Lane AssignmentsResultsDiving

    • Past Champions: BoysGirls
    • State Meet Records: Swimming & Diving
    • Nebraska prep swimming and diving leaders
    • More prep swimming coverage

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Shatel Online

What's on Tom's mind? What's on your mind?

Read World-Herald columnist Tom Shatel's columns and updates — or find out his answers to your burning sports questions in our Omaha.com exclusive.

Come on in ... this is Tom's home on the Web.

 


Krueger's Submission: Your home for Mixed Martial Arts

Welcome to the Omaha World-Herald’s newest place for all things Mixed Martial Arts. This space will be dedicated to following Mixed Martial Arts with coverage of professional events from across the nation, in addition to keeping an eye on what is happening here in our own backyard.

Also:
MMA: Dober wins VFC 'Bad Blood' marathon match

 


Stu's Views: Prep Notables

For 20 years, Stu Pospisil has covered Nebraska high school sports statewide for The World-Herald. In Stu's Views — only on Omaha.com — Stu offers even more news and analysis. Check back often for his updates!

 












 

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