Fall camp practice: No. 16Practice-ending tunes: Among them, "Sweet Child O' Mine" Reimers ready for bigger role in offense in 2017Bryan Reimers was among a handful of Huskers sidelined during Thursday's practice at Memorial Stadium.A junior wide receiver from Lincoln, Reimers said he needed stitches in his head Wednesday. "I'm trying each and every day to get back out there," he told reporters. "We'll see what happens.
McKenzie Steiner was in charge from the beginning. Then the Lincoln Southwest bats soon followed.Steiner limited Class A No. 5 Millard West to two hits, and the offense provided three big innings to help lift the No. 4 Silver Hawks to a season-opening, five-inning, 9-0 softball victory Thursday at Doris Bair Complex.Steiner was very efficient.
Sam Alm, Millard West, sr.: Creighton recruit and shortstop was Class A's top hitter last year, hitting .618; named to the Super-State first team.Jordyn Bahl, Papillion-La Vista, fr. : Pitcher committed to Nebraska after a big summer with her Nebraska Gold club team.Lexie Black, Millard West, so. : One of the state's top young players; hit .422 with six homers as a freshman.
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