Norton, KansasLocal Weather Alerts
There are currently no active weather alerts.
Home | Tag Archives: team (page 3)

Tag Archives: team

Husker women fall at #14 Northwestern

kqnk-300x150-default

The Nebraska women’s basketball team could not overcome cold shooting in the first half in an 85-62 loss at 14th ranked Northwestern. The Huskers made only 10-of-37 shots in the opening half, including one-of-7 from three point range as the Wildcats raced out to a 45-23 lead at halftime. Nebraska rallied in the third quarter […]

Read More »

Huskers open B1G race by hosting Northwestern

kqnk-300x150-default

The Nebraska men’s basketball team opens the Big Ten race at home this afternoon against Northwestern. The Huskers enter the league race with a record of 8-5. Under third year coach Chris Collins Northwestern is 12-1 for the first time since 1930 and the Wildcats are averaging just under 80 points per game. “Their guard […]

Read More »

Balanced Creighton rolls over North Texas

kqnk-300x150-default

Geoffrey Groselle had a career high 27 points. one of five Creighton players in double figures, as the Blue Jays beat North Texas 105-82 in the CenturyLink Center. The Blue Jays connected on 57.1 percent from the floor but just 4-of-17 from three point range. “We need to be a very good offensive team and a […]

Read More »

Destination accomplished for Nebraska

kqnk-300x150-default

Getting to Omaha was the goal of the Nebraska volleyball team this season and now the Huskers will try to take advantage. The fifth ranked Huskers will play ninth ranked Kansas in the NCAA Final Four on Thursday night in the CenturyLink Center. Husker coach John Cook says Omaha will be a life changing experience […]

Read More »

Huskers want to finish with a win

kqnk-300x150-default

The Nebraska football team is relishing the chance to finish the season with a quality win. The Huskers returned to the practice field over the weekend to begin preparation for the December 26th Foster Farms Bowl against UCLA. At 5-7 it has been a season full of disappointment but Husker coach Mike Riley says a […]

Read More »

Hastings set for GPAC showdown

kqnk-300x150-default

The Hastings College women’s basketball team is up to third in the latest NAIA Poll heading into Saturday’s Great Plains Conference game at home against second ranked Morningside. The Broncos are 11-0 and first year coach Jina Johansen credits the players for making the transition a smooth one. “They have also motivated themselves to a […]

Read More »

Nebraska lands new National Guard cyber protection team

kqnk-300x150-default

A new Army National Guard cyber protection team will be based in Nebraska. U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer is pleased the Nebraska Guard has won a tough competition to land the unit designed to battle cyber threats facing the country. “I’m happy to see Nebraska’s Guard will be able to apply the talents of our state […]

Read More »

Miller drops “acting” becomes Developmental Disabilities director

kqnk-300x150-default

Gov. Pete Ricketts has announced Courtney Miller will become the director of the Division of Developmental Disabilities after serving as acting director. “Courtney fills a crucial position on the team at DHHS (Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services),” Ricketts said in a written statement released by his office. “Her broad experience from across state […]

Read More »

Bowl game offers Huskers a chance to finish on a positive note

kqnk-300x150-default

The Nebraska football team will return to the practice field on Friday to begin preparations for the December 26th Foster Farms Bowl in Santa Clara, California. The Huskers finished the regular season with a 5-7 record and will play a UCLA team that is 8-4 and was ranked as high as seventh in the A-P […]

Read More »

Subpar season hurts sales of Husker gear

kqnk-300x150-default

A disappointing football season is hurting sales of Husker gear. Scott Strunc is the owner of Husker Hounds in Omaha and says the team’s record does impact sales. “When it is not cool to buy Husker stuff, which right now it is not, all the fair weather fans are hanging low until good times”, said […]

Read More »

Pitchers and catchers to report to camp Feb. 18

kqnk-300x150-default

Pitchers and catchers for the world champion Royals will report to Spring Training on Feb. 18, while the full squad will report Feb. 22, the team announced Tuesday.

Read More »

Royals put community outreach at forefront

kqnk-300x150-default

Without question, the Royals are a team that takes great pride in giving back to the community, as evidenced by their commitment to numerous community and charitable initiatives.

Read More »

Huskers Pick Up Third Straight Win

kqnk-300x150-default

Nebraska improved to 4-1 on the young season with a 67-44 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Pinnacle Bank Arena Tuesday.   The Huskers used a balanced attack and strong defense to get the win, the team’s third straight. Nebraska held Arkansas-Pine Bluff to just 31% shooting. The Huskers also held the rebounding advantage by 17. […]

Read More »

Creighton prepares for UMass

kqnk-300x150-default

The Creighton basketball team will play UMass in the championship game of the Men Who Speak Out Main Event tournament in Las Vegas on Wednesday night. The Bluejays advanced with an 85-75 victory over Rutgers and will go up against a UMass team that cruised to an 82-65 win over Clemson. “Their offensively display was […]

Read More »

Plenty at stake for Huskers against Iowa

kqnk-300x150-default

Iowa will come in as the highly ranked team but there will be plenty on the line for Nebraska in Friday’s regular season finale against the Hawkeyes. A victory would be the Huskers third straight, their second over a top ten team in three games and clinch a trip to a bowl game. “It would […]

Read More »