Published Wednesday, October 24, 2012 AT 9:53 PM / Updated at 11:05 PM
Prep Notables, Oct. 25
Stu Pospisil Omaha World-Herald

Recent notable performances in Nebraska high school sports:


>> Reilly Lambrecht, Loup City: In his first game at running back, the senior carried 35 times for 367 yards and four TDs — scoring 28 points — in a 44-20 win at Ansley-Litchfield. The defending Class D triple jump champion made 15 tackles (six solo), with two for losses, a forced fumble and an interception. As a receiver, he has 17 catches this season for 468 yards and six TDs.

>> Logan Lewis, Sidney: Rushed for 257 yards and three TDs in a 44-24 win over Gering.

>> Matt Klein, Scottsbluff: Scored four TDs and ran for a season-high 227 yards in a 49-33 win over Alliance.

>> Jake Fowler, Adams Central: Ran for 282 yards and two TDs on 38 carries in a 36-6 win over Grand Island Central Catholic.

>> Jordan Slough, Doniphan-Trumbull: Hammered Hastings St. Cecilia for 284 yards on 34 carries and scored twice in a 38-21 win and followed with 203 yards and three TDs against Ravenna.

>> Taylor Lackey and Alex Gonzalez, Morrill: In an 88-40 win at Sutherland, Lackey ran for 184 yards, passed for 266 and accounted for five TDs. Gonzalez scored five TDs.

>> Justin Janssen, Crofton: Ran for 186 yards and three TDs in a 27-0 win over West Holt. The Warriors held West Holt’s Josh Coyle to 11 yards on 15 carries.

>> Jacob Gaudreault, Madison: Ran for 281 yards and three TDs in a 42-21 loss to David City.

>> Jake Findley, Giltner: Was 32 of 45 for 402 yards and seven TDs in a 64-25 win over Spalding/Spalding Academy and threw for five TDs in a 62-point first quarter against Cedar Valley.

>> Ryan Tegtmeier, BDS: Threw for five TDs against Harvard.

>> Eli Van Metre, Gibbon: With 132 yards against Central City, he set the Buffaloes’ career rushing record.

>> Collin Marks, Franklin: Threw for 230 yards and five TDs and ran for two TDs against Harvard.

>> Colin Krienert, Osmond: Ran for 298 yards and four TDs in a 40-20 win over then-undefeated Wausa.

>> Tyler Schnitzler, Kenesaw: Ran for 289 yards and all four Blue Devil TDs in a 25-20 win over Shelton.

>> Tyson Howard, Ansley/Litchfield: Ran for 201 yards, threw for 217 and produced five TDs in a 50-43 win over Twin Loup.

>> Levi Rosenquest, Centura: Had TD runs of 85 and 84 yards, getting 266 yards on the night, in a 41-8 win over Wood River.

>> Zach Creevan, Southern: Ran for four TDs and 176 yards against Johnson County.

>> Zach Roth and John Stauffer, Milford: Roth ran for 219 yards and five TDs and Stauffer added 209 yards in a 41-0 win over Auburn.

>> Josh Wiedel, Fremont Bergan: Scored five TDs and ran for 220 yards against Centennial.

>> Taylor Reedy, Norfolk: Threw for 263 yards and five TDs in a 47-13 win over Lincoln Northeast.

>> Marcus Claussen, Wausa: Produced 363 yards and seven TDs in a 58-50 win over Wynot for the district title.

>> Jackson Sudbeck, Wynot: Completed 27 of 47 passes for 396 yards, and rushed for 90, in the Wausa loss.

>> Mat Gooch, Howells-Dodge: Scored all the Jaguars’ points in a 34-8 win over Clarkson/Leigh on five TDs, one a 76-yard interception return, and two 2-point conversions.

>> Caleb Linnemann, Winside: Scored four TDs, all in the first quarter and two on fumble returns, in a 74-6 win over Newcastle.

>> Cord Huettner, Falls City: With 118 yards against Lincoln Christian, he set the Tigers’ career rushing record with 2,309 and he threw for 208 yards in the 35-28 win.

>> Spencer Lewis, Papillion-La Vista: With three TD catches in a 30-27 loss to Millard South, his season total of 17 is a school record and four short of the Class A record of 21.

>> Quentin Williams, Millard South: Had 242 all-purpose yards, including a 95-yard kickoff-return for a TD, and had a fourth-quarter interception against Papio.

>> Turner Gaines and Trey Carr, Omaha Burke: Gaines had two interceptions and caught a TD pass against Bellevue West. Carr had seven catches for 171 yards and two TDs.

>> Andy Chleborad and Isaac Wallace, Ralston: In a shutout of Omaha Roncalli, Chleborad got his fifth interception of the season and 12th of his career, scored on a kickoff return for the second game in a row, had 215 all-purpose yards and made eight tackles. Wallace’s 104 yards on six carries boosted his season total to 1,011 yards.

>> Josh Schollmeyer, Arlington: Scored six touchdowns and ran for 200 yards in a 43-0 win over Douglas County West.

>> James Rathjen, Fort Calhoun: Ran for 268 yards and three TDs in a win over Omaha Concordia.

>> Josh Banderas, Easton Edmond and Christian LaCouture, Lincoln Southwest: In a shutout of Lincoln East, Banderas scored on a 97-yard interception return and ran for 145 yards. Edmond had two pickoffs and LaCouture was in on 16 tackles, include two for losses.

>> Tyler Farley, Syracuse: Ran for 187 yards, two TDs, and two 2- point conversions in a win over Lincoln Lutheran. The previous week he threw three touchdown passes in a loss to Lincoln Christian.


>> Courtney Hochstein and Michaela Dendinger, Hartington: In a five-set win over Winside, Hochstein had 50 set assists and Dendinger 23 kills.

>> Rachel Wald, Douglas County West: Had 24 kills against Omaha Concordia.

>> Elena Melendez, Papillion-La Vista: Had 15 kills against Millard North.

>> Maddy Bruder, Norris: She had 16 kills in a win over Blair.

>> Katie Placke, Grand Island Northwest: Had 14 kills and 18 assists in a win over Lincoln Pius X.

>> Amber Rolfzen, Papillion-La Vista South: She had 14 kills in a win over Papillion-La Vista.

>> Lexi Elman, Omaha Marian: Had 12 kills in a victory over Millard North.

>> Sydney Woods, Omaha Brownell-Talbot: Had 29 kills against Cedar Bluffs and 27 against Lincoln College View.

>> Katie Higgins, Kearney: Had 21 kills against Aurora and 26 against Columbus, with 11 blocks against Norfolk.


>> James McKeag, Ogallala: His state title was the first individual win for the Indians since Nichole Reynolds in Class B girls in 1994 and the first for their boys team since 1992.

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