Published Wednesday, October 3, 2012 AT 10:35 PM / Updated at 1:30 AM
Nebraska prep sports roundup, Oct. 4
Stu Pospisil Omaha World-Herald

SCHEDULE
>> Football: Class B No. 8 Norris at No. 1 Beatrice, 7 p.m. Friday; Omaha North at No. 3 Papillion-La Vista, 7 p.m. Friday at PLV Stadium
>> Cross country: Metro Conference championships, 4 p.m. Thursday at Papillion-La Vista South
>> Volleyball: Eastern Midlands Conference final, Gretna at Elkhorn South, 6:30 p.m. Thursday
>> Volleyball: Centennial Conference tournament, Saturday at Columbus Scotus
>> Softball: District tournaments Thursday and Friday; state starts Wednesday in Hastings
>> Golf: State tournament, Monday and Tuesday. Class A at Norfolk CC; Class B at Mahoney, Lincoln; Class C at Quail Run, Columbus. Tee times between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m.
>> Tennis: Metro Conference finals, 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Koch Tennis Center, Tranquility Park

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NOTABLES

FOOTBALL

>> Hayden Guy, Omaha Burke: Tied the state record with five field goals — for all of Burke’s points — in a 15-14 win over Omaha North. He kicked the game-winner with four seconds left.

>> Jake Sievers, Omaha Skutt: The SkyHawks beat Columbus 23-0 as he blocked a punt for a safety, blocked a field-goal attempt to keep alive the Skutt defense’s six-game string of first-half shutouts, scored on a 50-yard interception return, caught a 32-yard TD pass and was 3 for 3 on extra points.

>> Riley Wiltfong, Doniphan-Trumbull: Threw for 242 yards and five TDs against Superior.

>> Parker Trumble, Blue Hill: Threw for 256 yards and four TDs in a 40-6 win over Ravenna.

>> Austin Ruskamp, Freeman: Ran for 266 yards and four TDs and had a kickoff-return TD in a 55-34 win over Pawnee City.

>> Mark Bender, Humphrey: Accounted for six TDs in a 52-40 win over Bancroft-Rosalie.

>> Joel Wiedel, Fremont Bergan: The sophomore scored five TDs, one on a kickoff return, at Stanton.

>> Mat Gooch, Howells: Scored five TDs in the first half of a 72-22 win at Omaha Christian.

>> Connor Moeller, Tri County: His five TDs and 246 yards rushing paced a 46-20 win over Conestoga.

>> Josh Banderas, Lincoln Southwest: The Husker recruit ran for four TDs and made 11 tackles in a win over Lincoln Northeast.

>> Dylan McConville, Bartley Southwest: On 54 carries (two short of the eight-man state record), he picked up 334 yards and five TDs in a 50-38 loss to Alma.

>> Josh Coyle, West Holt: The junior ran 40 times for 295 yards and four TDs in a 42-36 win at Battle Creek.

>> Jackson Sudbeck, Wynot: Threw for 347 yards and five TDs in a 47-42 win at Stuart.

>> Alex Kunz, Stuart: In the Wynot loss, he ran for 220 yards and threw for 165 with five total TDs.

>> Cody Cramer, Omaha Westside: In a 42-25 win over then-No. 2 Millard South, he had 16 total tackles — with three sacks and three tackles for losses — plus three QB hurries and an interception.

>> Anthony Cloyd and Zach Schmidt, Millard South: In the loss to Westside, Cloyd accounted for 345 yards and four TDs. Schmidt had six catches for 126 yards.

>> Hayden Guy, Omaha Burke: Tied the state record with five field goals — for all of Burke’s points — in a 15-14 win over Omaha North. He kicked the game-winner with four seconds left.

>> Jake Sievers, Omaha Skutt: The SkyHawks beat Columbus 23-0 as he blocked a punt for a safety, blocked a field-goal attempt to keep alive the Skutt defense’s six-game string of first-half shutouts, scored on a 50-yard interception return, caught a 32-yard TD pass and was 3 for 3 on extra points.

>> Jordan Kann, Fort Calhoun: Ran for 126 yards, threw for 172 and accounted for three TDs in a 29-6 win over Arlington.

>> Jordan Scheil, Ashland-Greenwood: Ran for 161 yards and three TDs and picked off two passes in a win over Wahoo Neumann.

>> Phil Hertel and Brandon Pick, Plattsmouth: In a 41-35 overtime win over South Sioux City, Hertel had three catches for 93 yards and two TDs and made 11 solo tackles and two interceptions on defense. Pick ran for 266 yards and two TDs on 36 carries.

>> Dakota Vanlaningham, Beatrice: Rushed for 164 yards and two TDs in a 28-22 win at Ralston.

>> Gage Smith, Gering: Made a 43-yard field goal against Hastings.

>> Justin Jarman, Cedar Bluffs: Scored four TDs and had 269 all-purpose yards in a loss to Omaha Nation.

>> Chase Wietfeld, North Bend: Set school records with 13 receptions and 223 receiving yards in a loss to Oakland-Craig.

VOLLEYBALL

>> Taylor Sandoe and Shaylee Schroeder, Medicine Valley: They have led their team from a winless season a year ago to a 10-6 record.

>> Kadie Rolfzen, Papillion-La Vista South: She had a match-high 15 kills in the Titans’ win over national No. 1 Torrey Pines (Calif.).

>> Annie Wolf and Lexi Elman, Omaha Marian: Each had 10 kills against Papio South.

>> Kinslie TeKolste, Lincoln Southeast: Had 14 kills against Lincoln Pius X.

>> Toni Tupper, Lincoln Northeast: She averaged 16 kills in victories over Omaha Westside and Kearney at the Northeast Invitational.

>> Michaela Mestl, Kearney Catholic: She had 15 kills in a win over Grand Island Central Catholic.

>> Grace Ecklund, Overton: She had 11 kills in a win over Chase County.

>> Rochelle Wendland, Arapahoe: She had 16 kills in a victory over Hitchcock County.

>> McKenzie Brown, Grand Island Northwest: She averaged eight kills in three wins at the Twin Cities Invitational.

GIRLS GOLF

>> Kaitlyn Krzyzanowski, Gering: Won her seventh title of the year in a two-hole playoff at the Best of the West tournament.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

>> Nick Larsen, Omaha Gross: Led the Cougars to their second South Sioux City Invitational title by winning for the third time in five meets with his fastest time of the season.

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About Stu Pospisil

Stu Pospisil has been The World-Herald's lead writer for high school sports since 1990 and for golf since 1988. He primarily covers football in the fall, basketball and wrestling in the winter and track and field in the spring. You can follow Stu on Twitter (@StuOWH) or email him at stu.pospisil@owh.com.