>> Football: No. 4 Papillion-La Vista vs. No. 1 Millard North, 7 p.m. Friday at Buell Stadium
>> Football: No. 2 Millard South at No. 8 Omaha Westside, 7 p.m. Friday
>> Volleyball: Lincoln Northeast Invitational, Friday-Saturday
>> Volleyball: SkyHawk Invitational at Omaha Skutt, Friday-Saturday
>> Cross country: Millard West Invitational at Walnut Grove Park, Friday. Girls at 5 p.m., boys at 5:30
>> Boys tennis: Metro Conference championships, Wednesday and Oct. 4, at Koch Tennis Center, 124th Street and West Maple Road
>> Softball: River Cities Conference tournament at South Sioux City, Saturday
>> Softball: Millard South Invitational at Westchester, 9:30 a.m. Saturday
>> Girls golf: District tournaments, Monday: A-1 at Meadowlark Hills, Kearney; A-2 at Elks CC, Columbus; A-4 at Lake Maloney, North Platte; B-1 at Pacific Springs, Omaha; B-2 at River Wilds, Blair; B-3 at Beatrice CC; B-4 at Holdrege; C-4, at Wild Horse, Gothenburg; C-5 at West Wind, Ogallala. Tuesday: A-3 at Lochland, Hastings; C-1 at Jackrabbit Run, Grand Island; C-2 at Oakland; C-3 at Plainview
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Jake Fowler, Adams Central: Ran for 155 yards and four TDs in a 47-0 win at previously undefeated Gibbon.
Joel Grafel, Hastings St. Cecilia: Ran for 190 yards and five TDs in a 67-0 win at Superior.
Jordan Slough, Doniphan-Trumbull: Picked up 267 yards and five TDs rushing in a 45-6 win over previously undefeated Thayer Central.
Luke Glenn, Shelton: His 18 carries netted six touchdowns and 309 yards in a 64-12 win over Axtell.
Eli Van Metre, Gibbon: Ran for 261 yards and five TDs against Ainsworth for his third 200-yard game of the season.
Jordan Wetovick, Eustis-Farnam: Scored four touchdowns in the final quarter — he ran and passed for seven in the game — while generating 339 total yards in a 46-30 comeback win at Loomis.
Luke Johnson, Potter-Dix: Sat out the second half after completing 11 of 19 passes for 312 yards and six TDs for a 53-0 halftime lead over Banner County. All but one of his TD passes came on the first play of drives.
Cameron Benes, Wahoo Neumann: In a win over Logan View, he completed 10 of 11 passes for 206 yards and two TDs and ran for 73 yards.
Jonathan Withrow, Kimball: Ran back kickoffs 90 and 78 yards for touchdowns in a 33-24 win over Mitchell.
Devon Marteney and Scott Borcher, Pawnee City: In a 62-30 win over Friend, Marteney ran for 238 yards and four touchdowns and Borcher had 22 tackles.
Jake Batenhorst, Elkhorn Mount Michael: Threw for 253 yards and three touchdowns in a shutout of Nebraska City.
Joel Grafel, Hastings St. Cecilia: Ran for 206 yards and five TDs, with five solo tackles, in a 67-0 win over Superior.
Cord Huettner, Falls City: Ran for six touchdowns and a school-record 382 yards and threw for one in a 54-7 win over Lincoln Lutheran.
Michael Hedlund, O’Neill: Produced six TDs against Madison.
Jackson Sudbeck and Davis Wieseler, Wynot: In a 36-30 win over Osmond, Sudbeck threw for 207 yards and five TDs — four to Wieseler — while running for 92 yards.
Jake Findley, Giltner: Threw nine TD passes, seven in the first quarter, of a 78-18 win over Grand Island Heartland Lutheran. Backup Jared Hastings threw two more, both in the second quarter.
Ryan Batenhorst, Fremont Bergan: Threw for 375 yards and four TDs against Tekamah-Herman.
Josh Schollmeyer, Arlington: Ran for 214 yards and three TDs on 13 carries against Omaha Concordia.
Jordan Scheil and Scott Howard, Ashland-Greenwood: In a win over Raymond Central, Scheil completed two halfback passes for 126 yards, intercepted a pass and ran for a TD. Howard caught five passes for 150 yards and two TDs.
Josh Hayden, Christian Bingo and KZ Williams, Boys Town: Against Douglas County West, Hayden threw for 281 yards and five TDs. Bingo and Williams each caught two TD passes.
Jaden Boudle and Jordan Kann, Fort Calhoun: Boudle scored three TDs against Wayne. Kann threw for two TDs, ran for two and made a pair of two-point conversions.
Anthony Cloyd, Millard South: Accounted for five touchdowns and 250 yards against Omaha South.
Justin Jarman, Cedar Bluffs: Sophomore scored three TDs and had 222 yards in receptions and rushing in a loss to Howells-Dodge. He also has a 40-yard punting average.
Payton Fluckey, Platteview: Made field goals of 50, 21 and 27 yards and five extra points and rushed for 152 yards on 13 carries with a 71-yard TD on the opening scrimmage play of a 44-3 win over Schuyler.
Andrew Minarick, North Bend: Against Stanton, he ran for 206 yards and two TDs, threw for 145 and had 35 return yards to boost his season average to 343.5 all-purpose yards a game.
Jaelynn Griess, Lincoln North Star: Broke the school’s career kill record during the Millard North Invitational.
Makayla Maxwell, Millard North: Had 15 kills against Bellevue West.
Sydni Lee, Omaha Central: Had 17 kills in a win over Omaha Mercy.
Rochelle Wendland, Arapahoe: Had 16 kills against Hitchcock County.
Maddy Bruder, Norris: Had 18 kills in a win over Elkhorn.
Morgan Nikkila and Olivia Thomas, Hastings St. Cecilia: Combined for 90 kills in five recent victories.
Kelly Hunter, Papillion-La Vista South: She had 28 assists in a two-set sweep of Millard North at the Allison Weston Invitational.
Kourteney Zadina, Seward: Had 16 kills, 19 digs against Elkhorn South.
Dani Root, Waverly: Had 15 kills in a win over Aurora.
Grace Ecklund, Overton: Had 11 kills in a victory over Chase County.
Kalynn Dalhke, Hampton: Had 26 kills in a sweep of Kenesaw.
Erin Gross, Tekamah-Herman: Had 28 kills in a loss to Stanton.
Tori Peers, Grand Island: Shot 77 to win the Lincoln East Invitational by two strokes.
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