>> Cross country: State meet, Friday at Kearney Country Club.
>> Football: Omaha North vs. Millard North, 7 p.m. Friday at Buell Stadium.
>> Football: Omaha Central vs. Omaha Creighton Prep, 7 p.m. Friday at Burke Stadium.
>> Football: Omaha Gross at Omaha Skutt, 7 p.m. Friday.
>> Volleyball: Metro Conference tournament at Papillion-La Vista, Monday, Wednesday, Oct. 25.
>> Jonny Dunn, Sioux County: Ran for 415 yards and six touchdowns on 22 carries in a 66-50 six-man win over Elkhorn Valley.
>> Gage Ryan, Colin Mertlik and Will Schany, Blair: In a win against South Sioux City, Ryan rushed 21 times for 223 yards and three TDs, Mertlik 20 times for 181 yards and two TDs and Schany eight times for 115 yards and a TD.
>> Trey Carr and Zach Cook, Omaha Burke: In a comeback win against Papillion-La Vista, Carr had nine catches for 176 yards and two TDs, threw a 52-yard TD pass and sealed the victory with an interception. Cook was 19 of 23 for a season-high 271 yards.
>> Dalton Daegas Pinkerton, Omaha Christian: Ran for 203 yards and two TDs with 15 tackles in a 26-24 loss to Clarkson/Leigh.
>> Drew Fitzmorris, Omaha Westside: Was in on 26 tackles against Millard North.
>> Jordan Kann and Jaden Boudle, Fort Calhoun: In a 34-18 win over Boys Town, Kann ran for 240 yards and two TDs. Boudle intercepted three passes. Against Douglas County West, Kann ran for 172 yards and three TDs and was 14 of 18 for 146 yards passing.
>> Zach Stovall, Bellevue East: Had a school-record 5 1⁄2 sacks against Omaha Bryan.
>> Calvin Strong and JaVaughn Perkins, Omaha North: Strong ran for 301 yards and two TDs in a 49-21 win at Papillion-La Vista. Perkins, who scored twice, made 11 solo and four assisted tackles.
>> Drew Klein, Papillion-La Vista South: His 98-yard kickoff return against Millard South broke the school record, and he ran for 168 yards and a TD.
>> Josh Schollmeyer, Arlington: Ran for a school-record 336 yards on 42 carries, with four TDs and a pair of 2-point runs, in a win against Raymond Central.
>> Jon Dehne, Weeping Water: A freshman, he had two interceptions, two TDs and eight tackles with a sack in a shutout of Conestoga.
>> Connor Moeller and Cody Wollenburg, Tri County: Against Conestoga, Moeller ran for 246 yards and five touchdowns and Wollenburg picked up 260 yards as the Trojans rushed for 538 yards.
>> Zach Mahn, Brady: Threw for 290 yards and four TDs in a 66-56 loss to Hayes Center.
>> Austin Helmes, Arthur County: Ran for 237 yards and four touchdowns against Minatare.
>> Danny Ibarra, Lexington: Picked up his fourth fumble recovery of the season and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown against Holdrege.
>> Jake Huse, Columbus Scotus: Had five touchdowns and 182 yards rushing against David City.
>> Jackson Gannon, Kearney: Defensive tackle had 14 total tackles, recovered three fumbles, caused one fumble and had a sack and two tackles for losses against Fremont.
>> Thomas Connely, Kearney Catholic: Ran for 210 yards and a touchdown against Cozad.
>> Zac Rice, Bayard: Threw for 337 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for a score, in a 45-32 win at Bridgeport.
>> Joe Coenen, Omaha Gross: Defensive end had four tackles, three pass breakups and a 55-yard interception return for a touchdown in a 20-0 win over Ralston.
>> KZ Williams, Boys Town: Ran for 209 yards and three TDs on 18 carries against Arlington.
>> Quentin Williams, Bryce Stenger and Nick Giaffoglione, Millard South: Against Papillion-La Vista South, Williams scored three TDs, Stenger returned an interception 99 yards for a TD and Giaffoglione was the kicker for three extra points.
>> Skyler Monaghan, Millard West: Caught six passes for a Class A-record 282 yards against Omaha Creighton Prep.
>> Brandon Hedgecock, North Platte: Kicked field goals at the end of regulation and in overtime to defeat Lincoln High 27-24.
>> Nick Hayes, Osceola: Ran for 318 yards, scored five TDs and threw for a touchdown against Hampton.
>> Jessup Workman, Beatrice: Ran for 149 yards and two touchdowns against Seward.
>> Dayne Schlamann and Schyler Worrell, Waverly: Against Nebraska City, Schlamann ran for 104 yards and a TD and scored on an interception return. Worrell caught a TD pass and returned one of his two interceptions for a TD. Schlamann had 177 yards rushing and two TDs in a loss to Plattsmouth.
>> Jack Shadley, Columbus Lakeview: Threw for a school-record 340 yards and four TDs, which tied a Viking record, on 16-of-19 passing (another record) in a 42-7 win against Madison.
>> Justin Jarman, Cedar Bluffs: Scored four TDs and had 316 all-purpose yards in a loss to West Point GACC.
>> Sam Lane and Maddie Shepard, Louisville: Against Elmwood-Murdock, they set school records with Lane’s 27 kills and Shepard’s 54 assists.
>> Lexi Elman, Omaha Marian: Had 20 kills in a victory against Omaha Gross.
>> Caroline Hohl, Wahoo: Had 12 kills and three blocks against Douglas County West.
>> Brittany Cech, Elkhorn South: Had 17 kills in a win over Norris and 20 against Gretna.
>> Chandelle Davidson, Gretna: Had 33 assists against Elkhorn South.
>> Kaitlin Bradley, Crete: Had 30 kills in a two-match period.
>> Kasey Hohlen, Norris: She had 18 kills in a win over Gretna.
>> Taylor Thiele, Aurora: She had 16 kills in a win over Kearney.
>> Toni Tupper, Lincoln Northeast: Had 12 kills in a win over North Platte.
>> Lauran Hellbusch, Columbus Scotus: Had 13 kills against Hastings St. Cecilia.
>> Bailey Sokolowski, Kearney Catholic: Had 13 kills in a win over Ravenna.
>> Rachelle Wendland, Arapahoe: She had 15 kills in a victory over Elwood.
>> Desirai Grassmeyer, Elwood: Set a school record with 12 aces in a match against Arapahoe.
>> Hope Lambrecht, Wood River: She had 19 kills in a win over Sutton.
>> Lia Mancuso, Omaha Central: Went 4 for 6 with two walks in three district games and was the winning pitcher against Kearney.
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