Track & Field
The Fremont High boys track and field team took first at the Harold Scott Invite, at Lincoln High, yesterday. Fremont scored 136 points. Lincoln High was second with 120. Wes Ferguson won the 800 in 1:57.73. The Tiger 4×400 relay of Wes Ferguson, Jose Gonzalez, Ross McMahon and Lucas Arps took first in 3:24.47. That time set a new Harold Scott Invite record, bettering the mark set by the relay team of Omaha Westside, in 2009.
In GPAC women’s tennis yesterday, College of St. Mary defeated Midland, 8-1.
In women’s lacrosse at Heedum Field, University of St. Mary defeated Midland, 10-9 in overtime.
Trailing 3-0 after the first inning, Nebraska Baseball (21-11) came from behind to storm past the Omaha Mavericks‘ team, 8-5, at Werner Park on Wednesday night. Luke Roskam led the Husker offense with a 4-for-4 performance, as NU churned out 12 hits as a team. Spencer Schwellenbach, Aaron Palensky and Joe Acker also registered multi-hit nights, as Schwellenbach smacked his first career home run.
The Omaha Storm Chasers’ shortstop Nicky Lopez posted his third consecutive three-hit effort and left fielder Elier Hernandez homered while driving in three runs as Omaha topped the Oklahoma City Dodgers 8-5 on Wednesday evening at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.