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Nebraska high school football scores, Sept. 24

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Below are the Nebraska high school football scores from Sept. 24. 

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Highlights

Ashland-Greenwood 42, Raymond Central 7

Dane Jacobsen threw three touchdown passes, including two to Logan Sobota, and Nathan Upton ran for two scores for the Class C-1 No. 2 Bluejays.

Boys Town 8, Fort Calhoun 6

TJ Covington had an 18-yard touchdown run in the first quarter for the Cowboys, who won despite being outgained 339-123.

Columbus 28, Lincoln High 23

Rylee Iburg had a pair of rushing touchdowns while Nebraska commit Ernest Hausmann caught four passes for 112 yards.

Columbus LV 61, Central City 26

Adam VanCleave racked up 151 total yards and four touchdowns.

DC West 56, Omaha Concordia 26

Matthew Beck and Kayden Jensen put up a combined 372 rushing yards and six touchdowns for the Falcons.

Gretna 77, Bellevue East 0

TJ Silliman caught a pair of touchdown passes for the No. 6 Dragons.

Lexington 8, McCook 5

Levi Converse caught a 10-yard pass from Daven Naylor for the Minutemen, the only touchdown in the game.

Millard North 68, Omaha Bryan 0

Brian Petry and Charlie Quaintance each ran for two touchdowns. Quaintance added a passing touchdown for the Mustangs, who had a 401-21 advantage in total yards.

Millard South 43, Omaha North 21

Kansas State commit Gage Stenger completed 15 of 21 passes for 264 yards and two touchdowns. He added three touchdowns on the ground, too, for the top-ranked Patriots.

Omaha Roncalli 42, Omaha Gross 28

Darik Rodgers ran for 127 yards and a touchdown for the Crimson Pride.

Omaha Skutt 32, Elkhorn North 21

Anthony Heithoff ran for 77 yards on 12 carries for the Class B No. 4 SkyHawks, who forced five turnovers in the first half.

Papillion-La Vista South 30, Lincoln Southwest 11

Papillion-La Vista South fell behind by 11 points before rallying to score 30 straight points and defeat Lincoln Southwest.

Plattsmouth 55, Crete 0

Christian Meneses rushed for 156 yards and five touchdowns on 16 carries for the Class B No.3 Blue Devils.

Scottsbluff 43, Grand Island NW 36

Sebastien Boyle ran in the winning 67-yard touchdown with 2:13 left in the game. Boyle had three rushing touchdowns on the night.

Waverly 38, Elkhorn MM 7

AJ Heffelfinger and Sam Schernikau each caught a touchdown pass and Cole Murray had two total touchdowns for the Vikings, who forced five turnovers.

Class A No. 5 Elkhorn South 45, Papillion-La Vista 14: Cole Ballard’s 186 yards and four touchdowns on the ground paced the 4-1 Storm.

North Platte 37, Lincoln Northeast 14: North Platte improved to 4-1 after Vince Genatone broke a 14-14 tie with the first of his two touchdown runs.

Fremont 39, Omaha South 14: Micah Moore’s six touchdowns tied the school record for the 3-2 Tigers. He ran for five of the six while gaining 244 yards on 21 carries and made a 10-yard touchdown reception.

Lincoln Pius X 36, Lincoln North Star 14: Matt Bohy ran for three touchdowns while the Thunderbolts (2-3) were taking a 29-0 lead.

South Sioux City 21, Omaha Northwest 0: The Cardinals (2-3) notched their second win in as many weeks against a Metro Conference school, holding the Huskies to 145 yards.

Class B No. 1 Bennington 28, Blair 0: The Badgers, in their first game at No. 1, broke open the game with two third-quarter scores. Trey Bird threw for the two first-half touchdowns.

Class B No. 2 Elkhorn 34, Ralston 6: Hank Kroger had three rushing touchdowns for the 5-0 Antlers.

Class B No. 6 Aurora 48, York 7: The Huskies (3-2) won their third straight game behind six touchdowns from Carlos Collazo.

Class B No. 8 Beatrice 35, No. 7 Norris 21: Deegan Nelson ran for three touchdowns for Beatrice (5-0). Norris fell to 2-3.

Class B No. 9 Seward 30, Hastings 7: Gavin Sukup ran and threw for touchdowns as Seward improved to 5-0.

Gering 30, Alliance 7: Chris Bliss’ pick-six was one of five interceptions by Gering’s defense. Tanner Gartner scored twice.

Wahoo Neumann 28, Class C-2 No. 3 Wilber-Clatonia 14: Connor Schutt threw two touchdown passes in the second half to upset the Wolverines.

Class C-2 No. 5 Yutan 30, Lincoln Lutheran 13: Isaiah Daniell made his state-leading eighth interception and Braxton Wentworth had a 58-yard pick-six for the Chieftains.

Eight Man-1 No. 5 Nebraska City Lourdes 66, Conestoga 28: The Knights opened a 64-6 lead in the second quarter. Blake Miller threw six touchdown passes and ran for a score.

Eight Man-1 No. 10 Weeping Water 58, Cedar Bluffs 6: The Indians scored 44 points in the first quarter.

Arlington 18, Logan View/Scribner-Snyder 15: Logan Kaup threw two touchdown passes and Arlington held on for the win by limiting the Raiders to 209 yards.

Malcolm 28, Louisville 14: Zoucha and Frank scored in the third quarter after a 7-7 halftime tie.

Wahoo 22, Platteview 7: Quarterback Owen Hancock scored all three Warriors touchdowns and Gavin Pokorny ran for 132 yards. Both teams are 3-2.

Elmwood-Murdock 2, Omaha Brownell Talbot 0, forfeit: The Knights host Weeping Water next week after getting the forfeit, because of low numbers, from Brownell-Talbot.

Mead 58, Omaha Christian 16: Luke Carritt threw for three touchdowns.

Scores

Anselmo-Merna 52, Amherst 7

Ansley-Litchfield def. Twin Loup, forfeit

Arapahoe 49, Elm Creek 28

Ashland-Greenwood 42, Raymond Central 7

Aurora 48, York 7

Beatrice 35, Norris 21

Bellevue West 49, Kearney 13

Bennington 28, Blair 0

Bertrand 55, Hi-Line 38

Wahoo Neumann 24, Wilber-Clatonia 14

Boone Central 35, Pierce 33

Broken Bow 32, O'Neill 14

Chadron 44, Mitchell 8

Cody-Kilgore 86, Sioux County 8

Columbus Lakeview 61, Central City 26

Columbus Scotus 13, West Point-Beemer 6

Dundy County-Stratton 54, Maxwell 6

Elgin/Pope John 26, Central Valley 6

Elkhorn 34, Ralston 6

Elkhorn South 45, Papillion-La Vista 14

Elmwood-Murdock def. Omaha Brownell-Talbot, forfeit

Exeter-Milligan/Friend 28, Thayer Central 20

Falls City Sacred Heart 36, Johnson-Brock 20

Franklin 48, Wilcox-Hildreth 6

Gering 30, Alliance 7

Giltner 59, Nebraska Lutheran 20

Gordon/Rushville 41, Hershey 7

Grand Island CC def. Gibbon, forfeit

Gretna 77, Bellevue East 0

Hartington Cedar Catholic 69, BRLD 0

Hastings St. Cecilia 21, Sutton 14

Hay Springs 59, Minatare 0

Hitchcock County 30, Cambridge 6

Homer 92, Walthill 18

Humphrey St. Francis 44, Riverside 30

Kearney Catholic 39, Minden 8

Laurel-CC 44, Hartington-Newcastle 13

Lexington 8, McCook 5

Lincoln Pius X 36, Lincoln North Star 14

Loomis 56, Maywood-Hayes Center 18

Norfolk Lutheran def. Elkhorn Valley, forfeit

Malcolm 28, Louisville 14

Milford 56, Nebraska City 28

Norfolk Catholic 38, Ponca 0

North Platte 37, Lincoln Northeast 14

Omaha Nation 52, Takini, S.D. 0

Omaha Roncalli 42, Omaha Gross Catholic 28

Omaha Skutt 32, Elkhorn North 21

Omaha Westside 41, Grand Island 9

Papio South 30, Lincoln Southwest 11

Parkview Christian def. Lewiston, forfeit

Perkins County def. Kimball, forfeit

Plattsmouth 55, Crete 0

Potter-Dix 68, Arthur County 50

Sandhills/Thedford 61, South Loup 16

Scottsbluff 43, Grand Island Northwest 36

Seward 30, Hastings 7

St. Edward 69, Santee 53

St. Paul 37, Fillmore Central 13

Stuart def. Elba, forfeit

Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 54, Silver Lake 22

Sutherland def. Hemingford, forfeit

Wakefield 82, Plainview 62

Waverly 38, Elkhorn Mount Michael 7

Wayne 21, Battle Creek 14

Winnebago 42, Red Cloud, S.D. 14

Wynot 34, Wausa 22

Yutan 30, Lincoln Lutheran 13


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