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Baseball

Bellevue West Baseball has had a strong history of success that began with a State Championship in 1978 during the opening year of the school.  That strong success has been rooting in teaching discipline and fundamentals at all levels of . . . read more

Boys Golf

Welcome to the Bellevue West Boys Golf Team The Boys Golf Team competes in the spring sports season which runs from March until the end of the school year and has featured some of the best junior players throughout the state over the . . . read more

Boys Soccer

Bellevue West Boys Soccer Program continues to develop a strong program built on fundamentals, technique, and discipline.  The Boys program stresses the concepts of possession, passing, player movement, and skill development to build the . . . read more

Boys Track and Field

Program History: The Bellevue West Boys Track and Field program has a history of being one of the more competitive programs in the metro area. In 1999 and 2002, the program was Runner-Up, and won the State Meet in 2001. The Thunderbird . . . read more

Girls Soccer

The Bellevue West Girls Soccer Team participates in the Metro Conference in the Class A division of the Nebraska Schools Activities Association.  Girls Soccer participates during the Spring athletic season.  For more information . . . read more

Girls Tennis

The Thunderbird Girl's Tennis team has reached new levels each and every year through hard work and dedication to the sport.  On top of being very competitive on the tennis court, our girls exceed expectations each and every year . . . read more

Girls Track and Field

Program History: The Bellevue West Track and Field program has a history of being one of the more competitive programs in the metro area.  The Thunderbird Track and Field program has had nearly 20 State Champions.  . . . read more

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