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Nebraska high school sports notable games, top performers

Nebraska high school sports notable games, top performers

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High school sports schedule and notables as published in The World-Herald on Oct. 14.

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Notable games


Lincoln Southeast at Gretna, 7 p.m. Friday


Omaha Westside Invitational, Friday-Saturday

Metro Conference championships, Monday-Oct. 21


State tournament, Thursday and Friday at Hastings

Boys tennis

State tournaments, Thursday and Friday. Class A at Koch Center, Omaha; Class B in Lincoln

Notable performances


Grant Guyett, Omaha Westside: Scored on three of his six catches in a 41-0 win over Norfolk. 

Christian Meneses and T.J. Fitzpatrick, Plattsmouth: In a 21-14 win over Waverly, Meneses had 233 yards and a touchdown rushing and Fitzpatrick had an interception and threw the winning touchdown pass.

Kytan Fyfe, Grand Island: In a 31-20 home win over Millard North, he threw for 205 yards, rushed for 188 yards and caught an 18-yard pass while scoring in all three categories.

LJ Richardson, Luke Johannsen, Kaden Helms and Micah Riley-Ducker, Bellevue West: In a 55-31 win over Millard West, Richardson notched his second 1,000-yard season with 223 yards and three touchdowns, Johannsen was 15 of 19 for 296 yards and three TDs, Helms had eight catches for 183 yards and Riley-Ducker had six grabs for 115 yards.

Devyn Jones, Brady Fitzpatrick and Ian Medeck, Papillion-La Vista South: The Titans beat Omaha Central 48-28 as Jones rushed for 194 yards and four touchdowns, Fitzpatrick was 11 of 13 passing for 129 yards and two scores and Medeck caught both touchdown passes.

Ethan Christensen, Yutan: Had five touchdowns and 303 yards in a 66-15 defeat of Syracuse.

Jared Kuhl, Platteview: Led the rally to a 43-35 win over Louisville by accounting for 303 yards while scoring on two long touchdown runs.

Daeshawn Tolbert and Cameron Rangel, Omaha South: Tolbert was 27 of 40 for 314 yards and three second-half touchdowns in a 70-21 loss at Omaha Burke. Rangel had nine grabs for 131 yards and a score.

Tyson Denkert, Kenesaw: By running for 245 yards, with five touchdowns in a 58-7 win over Blue Hill, the quarterback surpassed 5,000 yards in his career.

Carter Seim, Cross County: Back from injury, he scored on three of his nine carries and on a pick-six and threw for a touchdown in a 67-0 win over East Butler.

Trevor Thomson, Summerland: Scored on six of his 10 carries, rushing for 307 yards, in a 50-6 win over Creighton.

Hudson Stout and Hayden Kramer, Medicine Valley: In a 54-52 win over Loomis, Stout threw for 238 yards and six touchdowns, scored on a pass and had a pick. Kramer had eight catches for 88 yards and two touchdowns, ran for a score, threw to Stout for a 68-yard score and made 11 tackles.

Evan Haisch, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge: His seven touchdowns and 217 yards on 17 carries paced a 64-46 victory over Wakefield. Also made 13 tackles.

Lane Heimes, Hartington-Newcastle: Ran for 239 yards and four touchdowns in a 46-16 win over Elkhorn Valley.

Cameron Sattler, Stuart: Scored five touchdowns in a 72-30 win over St. Edward.

Dylan Heine, Wynot: Was 20 of 22 for 214 yards and four touchdowns as the Blue Devils defeated Osmond 41-18.

Brady Cook, Fullerton: Playing quarterback because of an injury, he ran for 253 yards and four touchdowns, threw and caught touchdown passes and made 17 solo tackles in a 44-36 win over Palmer.

Carson Kudlacek and Cooper Butler, Hastings St. Cecilia: Kudlacek accounted for six touchdowns and 357 yards of offense with a 37-yard clinching field goal in a 50-41 win over Grand Island Central Catholic. Butler caught the touchdown passes, getting eight grabs for 195 yards.

Gavin Nash, Cameron Harding and Jayden Isernhagen, Deshler: Nash ran for four touchdowns and passed for four in an 88-68 Six Man win over Lewiston. Harding had five touchdowns rushing and one receiving. Isernhagen scored on his three catches.


Ella Waters, Norris: Had 30 kills in a win over Elkhorn North.

Michayla George, Omaha Roncalli: Had 16 kills in a win over Omaha Gross.

Shaylee Myers, Lincoln Southwest: Had 24 kills in a win over Fremont.

Sophia Hass, West Point GACC: Had 17 kills in a win over Pierce.

Bryn McNair, Chase County: Had 17 kills in a win over Kimball.

Brianna Lemke, Mead: Had 15 kills in a win over Palmyra.

Demi Ferguson, Chadron: Had 17 kills in a win over Sidney.

Macy Aschoff, Osmond: Had 19 kills against O’Neill St. Mary.

Karli Heidemann, Diller-Odell: Had 24 kills in a win over Johnson-Brock.

Jadyn Hahn, Johnson-Brock: Had 25 kills against Diller-Odell.

Lanie Brott, Lincoln Pius X: Had 15 kills in a win over Kearney.

Bianca Martinez, Omaha Central: Had 15 kills against Omaha Mercy.

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