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Nebraska high school football scores, Sept. 17

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Below are the Nebraska high school football scores from Sept. 17. 

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Highlights

Auburn 27, Douglas County West 6

Ryan Dixon ran for three touchdowns for 3-1 Auburn.

Aurora 30, Omaha Gross 20

Carlos Collazo ran for 260 yards and two touchdowns and also threw a touchdown pass for the Huskies.

Ashland-Greenwood 21, Wayne 11

Nathan Upton, whose two touchdown runs bookended the scoring for the Class C-1 No. 2 Bluejays, finished with 117 yards.

Beatrice 41, Elkhorn North 40, OT

Deegan Nelson ran for the winning two-point conversion and had three touchdowns for 4-0 Beatrice. Austin Burroughs threw for 181 yards and three scores, two to Elliot Jurgens, and answered 0-4 Elkhorn North’s opening score in overtime with a 20-yard pass to Tucker Timmerman. Easton Mains ran for 217 yards and threw for 111 in the loss.

Bellevue East 22, Omaha Northwest 6

The Chieftains improved to 2-2.

Boys Town 50, North Bend 27

TJ Covington rushed for 139 yards on 20 carries and scored two touchdowns. TJ Murray added three scores and threw for another for the Cowboys.

Chadron 42, Gering 6

Justus Alcorn threw for two touchdowns for 4-0 Chadron.

Columbus 47, Lincoln Northeast 32

Two of Brock Mickey’s three touchdown passes were to Husker pledge Ernest Hausmann for the 3-1 Discoverers.

Columbus Lakeview 49, Lincoln Christian 8

Kolby Blaser accounted for 221 yards and five touchdowns (three passing, two rushing) for the Vikings.

Cozad 18, Adams Central 15

Jacob Eckhard threw two touchdown passes for the Class C-1 No. 8 Patriots.

Crete 56, Lexington 28

Braden Schmeckpeper ran for 119 yards and five touchdowns for 2-2 Crete and Isaac Kracl had 281 yards on 30 attempts with two touchdowns.

Diller-Odell 48, Omaha Christian 30

Cooper Ebeling completed 7-of-8 for 124 yards and three touchdowns for the Griffins (1-3).

Elmwood-Murdock 64, East Butler 34

Cade Hosier ran for 287 yards and four touchdowns for the 2-2 Knights.

Falls City Sacred Heart 66, Mead 12

Jakob Jordan threw five touchdown passes, including three to Jake Froeschl, and added a rushing touchdown for the D-2 No. 4 Irish.

Fort Calhoun 44, Raymond Central 35

The Pioneers overcame a two-touchdown deficit as Clint Dierks and Austin Welchert each ran for two scores against the previously undefeated Mustangs.

Fremont Bergan 62, Omaha Concordia 6

Jarett Boggs recorded a fumble recovery and tallied two rushing touchdowns and a passing touchdown in the opening quarter for the 4-0 Knights.

Grand Island 17, Fremont 15

Braxton Mendez’s 19-yard field goal with 32 seconds left was the game-winner. Kyten Fyfe threw for 241 yards and two touchdowns for the 2-2 Islanders, leading them 89 yards in less than two minutes to set up the field goal.

Gretna 30, Lincoln Pius X 7

Zane Flores threw three touchdown passes to Brayden Chaney while racking up 278 yards for the 4-0 Dragons.

Hastings 30, Alliance 6

Jett Samuelson ran for three touchdowns for 2-3 Hastings.

Lincoln East 56, Millard North 20

By halftime, Spartan quarterback Noah Walters had thrown four touchdown passes and totaled nearly 300 yards in the air. He would add to those stats in the second half.

Louisville 57, Falls City 38

The 2-2 Lions led 49-22 after three quarters.

Milford 28, Wahoo 27

Jaxon Weyand threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for another and had the go-ahead pick-six for the 3-1 Eagles. They stopped the 2-2 Warriors’ two-point try late in the game.

Millard West 37, Kearney 19

Nate Pederson ran for 278 yards on 39 carries for the 2-2 Wildcats.

No. 7 Norris 44, Omaha Roncalli 0

Cooper Hausmann was 15 of 20 passes for 247 yards and five touchdowns and returned an interception for a touchdown for 2-2 Norris.

North Platte 47, Lincoln North Star 9

Caleb Tonkinson rushed for three touchdowns while teammate Vince Genatone ran for two scores for the 3-1 Bulldogs.

Omaha Benson 20, Omaha South 13

Darnell Marion-Jones returned an onside kick attempt 50 yards for a touchdown and DJ Sterling threw a 60-yard touchdown pass for the 3-1 Bunnies.

Omaha Brownell Talbot 36, Cedar Bluffs 8

The Raiders (2-2) shut out 0-4 Cedar Bluffs after halftime.

Omaha Burke 21, Omaha North 10

Donovan Moody ran for 100 yards and a touchdown and also returned a kickoff for a touchdown for the No. 7 Bulldogs.

Omaha Central 40, Lincoln High 28

Justin Davis returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown, J’Dyn Bullion ran for 124 yards and Jaylen Davis threw for 187 yards and three TDs for the Eagles.

Papillion-La Vista 51, Norfolk 0

Deandre Prucha opened with a scoop-and-score off a punt block, Payton Prestito ran for two touchdowns and Nick Chanez ran and passed for touchdowns for the 2-2 Monarchs.

Pierce 58, Arlington 17

The 4-0 Jays led 45-7 at halftime.

Platteview 38, Nebraska City 21

The Trojans (3-1) ended Nebraska City’s undefeated start as Jared Kuhl had 190 yards of offense and three touchdowns.

Plattsmouth 47, Elkhorn Mount Michael 7

Christian Meneses ran for 326 yards and five touchdowns for the Class B No. 3 Blue Devils.

Scottsbluff 56, Sterling, Colo., 0

Braeden Stull ran for three touchdowns and passed for one and Sebastian Boyle added three more rushing touchdowns for the 2-2 Bearcats.

Seward 24, McCook 17

The Bluejays (4-0) got two touchdowns from Trevor Ruth.

South Sioux City 58, Omaha Bryan 17

The visiting Cardinals (1-3) led 37-3 at halftime while handing the Bears their 21st consecutive loss.

Wahoo Neumann 28, Tekamah-Herman 6

Silas Monger ran for a touchdown and 101 yards for the 2-2 Cavaliers.

Waverly 41, Grand Island Northwest 34

Trey Jackson threw three touchdown passes and Evan Kastens ran for 150 yards and two scores for the Class B No. 5 Vikings, who scored 35 straight points in the second and third quarters.

Weeping Water 58, Conestoga 0

The Indians (4-0) broke the game open with a 34-point second quarter.

York 8, Ralston 7

Joel Jensen ran for the winning two-point conversion for the 3-1 Dukes after Dalton Snodgrass caught a 33-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Seevers midway through the final quarter.

Yutan 26, BRLD 7

Isaiah Daniell returned one of his four interceptions 92 yards for a touchdown for the Chieftains (3-1).

Scores

David City Aquinas 22, Crofton 14

Arapahoe 28, Cambridge 0

Arcadia-Loup City 41, Amherst 0

Auburn 27, Douglas County West 6

Bennington 42, Omaha Skutt 7

Boys Town 50, North Bend 27

Cody-Kilgore 60, Stuart 14

Columbus Lakeview 49, Lincoln Christian 8

Columbus Scotus 28, Battle Creek 21

Cozad 18, Adams Central 15

Fairbury 28, Fillmore Central 7

Falls City Sacred Heart 66, Mead 12

Franklin 48, Elba 0

Freeman 72, HTRS 36

Gibbon 28, Bridgeport 20

Gretna 30, Lincoln Pius X 7

Hartington Cedar Catholic def. David City, forfeit

Hay Springs 56, South Platte 0

Holdrege 21, Sidney 12

Howells/Dodge 46, Wisner-Pilger 26

Kenesaw 68, Giltner 12

Laurel-CC 55, Elkhorn Valley 8

Lincoln East 56, Millard North 20

Lincoln Lutheran 14, Sutton 13

Loomis 44, Overton 0

Norfolk Lutheran 44, Wakefield 40

McCool Junction 75, Santee 21

Millard West 37, Kearney 14

Minden 62, Hershey 7

Norfolk Catholic 20, Oakland-Craig 14

Norris 44, Omaha Roncalli 0

Omaha Benson 20, Omaha South 13

Omaha Burke 21, Omaha North 10

Omaha Central 40, Lincoln High 28

Ord 28, Broken Bow 6

Papillion-La Vista 51, Norfolk 0

Lincoln Parkview 54, Pawnee City 36

Perkins County 89, Bayard 48

Pierce 58, Arlington 13

Plattsmouth 47, Elkhorn Mount Michael 7

Riverside 53, Central Valley 18

Sandhills Valley 28, South Loup 16

Seward 24, McCook 17

Silver Lake 63, Southwest 20

Spalding Academy 62, Deshler 14

St. Edward 50, Meridian 24

Stanton 22, Clarkson/Leigh 8

Sutherland def. Kimball, forfeit

Wilber-Clatonia 46, Sandy Creek 14

Winnebago 48, Todd County, S.D. 12

York 8, Ralston 7

Yutan 26, BRLD 7​


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