The Bergan Knights baseball team picked up it’s fifth straight win with an 8-1 victory over Lincoln Southeast, Thursday night at Novak Field. Dawson Glause earned the win, scattering eight hits over seven innings. Austin Callahan went 2-for-4 with a grand slam home run and two runs scored. Eli Herink was 2-for-4, Mitchell Glause was 2-for-4 and Jackson Gilfry was 2-for-3. Lincoln Southeast is 9-12 and plays Lincoln High, Tuesday. Bergan is 11-4 and host Elkhorn South and Grand Island in a triangular, tomorrow.
In high school baseball last night at Vet’s Field, Omaha Northwest defeated Blair, 9-4.
The Fremont High boys golf team competed in the Lincoln Southeast Capital City Invite, Thursday at Yankee Hill Country Club and finished 20th out of 24 teams, shooting a 384. Norfolk won the meet at 296 and Lincoln Southwest was third at 311. Luke Kluver of Norfolk was the meet medalist, shooting a 64.
Track & Field
The Fremont High boys and girls competed in the Omaha North Track and Field Invite, yesterday. In boys action, Fremont finished third with 101.3 points. Omaha North was first at 115.3 and Creighton Prep was second at 106.3. The Tigers Wes Ferguson won the 800 in 1:56.62. Jose Gonzalez won the 3200 in 9:31.52. Fremont’s 4×400 relay of Lucas Arps, Ross McMahon, Jose Gonzalez and Wes Ferguson took first in 3:23.61. The Tiger 4×800 relay of Braden Taylor, Carter Waters, Nolan Miller and Tyson Baker took first in 8:26.58. Fremont’s Tate Moller won the Discus at 169-5. Ross McMahon won the high jump at 6-2.
The Fremont High girls finished third with 93 points. Kearney was first with 156 and Omaha North was second at 100. Fremont’s Lucy Dillon won the 800 in 2:20.39. Mara Hemmer won the 1600 in 5:14.18. Elli Dahl won the 3200 in 11:17.98. The Tiger 4×400 relay of Taylor McCabe, Myia Johnson, Avery Decker and Lucy Dillon took first in 4:05.63. Juanita Mendoza won the pole vault at 10-0.
The Midland women and men’s track and field teams competed in the Prairie Wolf Invite at Nebraska Wesleyan, yesterday. The Warriors’ Reid Kirlin won the men’s hammer throw at 177-10.
A select number of Nebraska track and field athletes competed at the Prairie Wolf Invitational at the Woody Greeno Track on Thursday. A host of Huskers placed in the top-eight in their respective events, while one athlete claimed an event title. On the track, Ryan Flood, competing unattached, won the men’s 1,500 meters in a time of 4:09.05.
In the EMC Soccer Tournament semifinals, the Blair boys beat Nebraska City, 2-1. Blair will play in the championship at Gretna, versus the Dragons, at 7pm. The Blair girls lost at Gretna, Thursday night, 4-0.
Omaha Storm Chasers’ starting pitcher Foster Griffin tossed a quality outing, however the Memphis Redbirds scored four runs in the ninth inning in a 6-4 comeback victory over the Storm Chasers on Thursday evening at Werner Park.