Articles in the Sports Category
0 According to the Lincoln Police Department, former Nebraska defensive line coach, Rick Kaczenski, was arrested on suspicion of 3rd degree domestic assault. The police were called to the house at around 3 p.m. on Sunday after receiving reports of arguments at the house beginning late Saturday night and into the early hours of Sunday morning. His wife sustained multiple cuts and scratches to the face and neck. The injuries did not warrant hospitalization.
Because suspects in domestic assault cases in Lancaster County can’t be released on bond, Kaczenski stayed in …
0 By Kaitlin Roh
I hate crowded spaces. I wouldn’t say I’m claustrophobic, but it’s just the whole touching random strangers aspect that throws me off. Especially loud and sweaty strangers. Unfortunately for my hypertensive nerve endings, my younger brother made State Swimming this year. State Swimming is held at Bob Devaney Sports center every year, the only collegiate-sized pool in Lincoln. The university sizing of the pool however was not translated to the spectator seating, and hundreds of excited fans were forced into less than 20 rows of bleachers.
Despite the …
0 By Patrick Clare
Prior to Sunday, Nebraska’s worst defeat at the Pinnacle Bank Arena was a 65-55 loss to Wisconsin.
But by Sunday evening, the Huskers blew that out of proportion, getting blown out by Iowa, 74-46. It was the worst loss suffered by Nebraska in the history of The Arena.
The Hawkeyes got off to a quick start. They got up on Nebraska 18-5 with 12:14 in the first half, and never looked back. The sold out crowd at Pinnacle Bank Arena saw nothing out of the ordinary from the Huskers– …
0 By Gunnar Dean
Last Saturday, Feb. 21, marked the 2015 Lincoln Junior Stars Senior Night. The Junior Stars organization gives Lincoln kids the opportunity to play hockey; a number of East students have participated, although the only current East student on the Junior Stars Varsity team is senior Nick Courtney.
Saturday’s game pitted the Lincoln Junior Stars against their Midwestern rivals, the Sioux City Musketeers.
It was an emotional night for both players and teachers, as many of the Junior Stars seniors have been participating since elementary and middle school.
All six seniors …
0 By Bennett Widman
“CLEAR EYES, FULL HEARTS, CAN’T LOSE!”
Although this Friday Night Lights mantra was chanted by the surprisingly large Lincoln East student section, it turned out that the rival Lincoln Southeast Knights had the clearer eyes and the fuller hearts.
In the championship game of the LPS Reserve Basketball tournament, the second-seeded Spartans fell 64-47 to the top-seeded Knights. The game got off to a competitive start with the first quarter ending 14-12 in favor of the Knights. East opened with a 10-2 start sparked by two Dane O’Dell three …
+1 By Kaitlin Roh
While Friday the 13 is notoriously known as a day of bad luck and misfortunes, the Lincoln East High swim team braved the superstitions at their conference swim meet today. Many of the swimmers got their best times, with several secondary and automatic state qualifying times. Hopefully the good luck streak continues as the Spartans finish their season at the State meet on February 27 and 28.
0 By: Cristina Prentice
If you have ever met Scott Meyer, you know that he is nothing short of unique, with a funky style and interesting opinions. When he grows up and gets out on his own career, he wants to be a pastry chef at Disney World. So it shouldn’t surprise people that he’s also got a unique hobby.
Some hobbies or sport interests are found behind natural talent or skill. Some take months of practice and persistence with many days of what seems like endless failure. Ask Lincoln East sophomore what …
0 By Patrick Clare
****Nebraska’s Walter Pitchford (35) battles for a rebound in an early-season, disappointing loss to Creighton.**** (Make a caption)
21. It’s the ranking that Nebraska Basketball was given to start the year. They were considered to be 21st in the country.
10 wins and 6 losses later, the Huskers find themselves 112th in ESPN’s college basketball RPI (Ratings Percentage Index). This ranking is worst among all other Big Ten teams. This is surprising, especially in considering that we only lost one starter from last year’s team.
Husker fans are disappointed at …