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Seven teams crowned Nebraska high school state football champions
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Seven teams crowned Nebraska high school state football champions

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Seven teams secured titles Friday during the Nebraska high school state football finals.

In Class A, Omaha Westside won its first state football title since 1982 with a win over Elkhorn South.

Following a 13-13 tie at halftime, Elkhorn took control of the second half. The Antlers defeated Aurora to capture the Class B state title.

Pierce finished their season 12-0, defeating Adams Central for the Class C-1 state championship. It was the Bluejays first title since 2008.

Ord won its first state football title. The Chanticleers scored 21 points in the second quarter in their win over Fremont Bergan for the Class C-2 football title. 

Dundy County-Stratton also won its first state title in a double overtime victory over Burwell in the Eight Man-1 state football playoffs. The Tigers were ranked No. 1 for the entire season.

In Eight Man-2, BDS won its third state title in six years as the Eagles edged Sandhills/Thedford in the final. The Eagles trailed at halftime.

McCool Junction's Owen McDonald had a record night as he led the Mustangs to a win over Sterling in the Six Man championship. The title was McCool Junction's first. 


Photos: 2020 High School state championship football games

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