>> Hiland Dairy Football Game of the Week: No. 1 Millard West at No. 5 Omaha Burke, 7 p.m. Friday. Live updates at NEPrepZone.com
>> Football: No. 9 Lincoln Southeast at No. 7 Millard South, 7 p.m. Thursday
>> Football: No. 4 Omaha Creighton Prep vs. No. 8 Millard North, 7 p.m. Friday at Buell Stadium
>> Football: Class B No. 2 Gretna at No. 7 Norris, 7 p.m. Friday
>> Football: Class C-1 No. 2 Boone Central/Newman Grove at No. 1 Norfolk Catholic, 7 p.m. Friday. Rematch of last year’s state final, which Norfolk Catholic won.
>> Volleyball: Lincoln Southwest, Lincoln Southeast and Bellevue West at Omaha Marian quadrangular, Friday
>> Volleyball: Millard North Invitational, Friday and Saturday
>> Volleyball: Phil Gradoville Invitational, Friday and Saturday at Omaha Bryan
>> Boys tennis: Fremont Invitational, 8:30 a.m. Saturday
>> Boys tennis: Millard West Invitational, Saturday
>> Cross country: Millard South Invitational, 5 p.m. Friday at Walnut Grove Park
>> Cross country: Omaha Central Invitational, 9 a.m. Saturday at Chili Greens
>> Cross country: Class of the Metro, 4 p.m. Monday at Walnut Creek (Papio South)
>> Softball: Metro Conference tournament, Thursday and Saturday at home sites and Monday at Hillside Fields. Final 7 p.m. Monday
>> Girls golf: Omaha Duchesne Invitational, Monday at Stone Creek
>> Alex Allen, Grand Island Central Catholic: Threw for a Class C-1 record 437 yards, tying the C-1 record with six TDs, in a 54-19 win over Minden.
>> Vance Janssen, Blair: Recorded eight catches for 191 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Gretna.
>> Isaac Wallace, Ralston: Ran for 186 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-18 win over Elkhorn Mount Michael.
>> Dalton Daeges Pinkerton, Omaha Christian: Had team highs of 173 yards and 13 tackles in a loss to East Butler.
>> JJ Williams, Omaha Bryan: Ran for 198 yards and a touchdown against Omaha South.
>> Jayden Swensen, Omaha Benson: Tied a school record with five touchdown passes in a 32-20 win over Omaha Northwest.
>> Mark Jarecki, Columbus Lakeview: Scored on all four touches in a 77-6 win over Fairbury — runs of 62 and 15 yards, a 32-yard reception and a 79-yard kickoff return.
>> Sam Zeleny, Exeter-Milligan: Had two of the Timberwolves’ five return touchdowns in a 92-14 win over Deshler. They had three pick-sixes, two by Zelany, a punt return and kickoff return.
>> Luke Sellers, Papillion-La Vista South: On eight carries, the fullback picked up 145 yards and two TDs in a 55-20 win at Bellevue East.
>> Trent Hays, Lincoln Southeast: Threw four touchdown passes in a shutout of Lincoln High that was his first career start at quarterback.
>> Jackson Love, Norfolk Catholic: Ran for 262 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-7 win at Wahoo Neumann.
>> Keith Wolverton, Seward: Threw for four TDs and 264 yards against Columbus for a 34-7 win after amassing 232 yards and three TDs against Hastings.
>> Andrew Minarick, North Bend: Ran for 386 yards and five TDs against Homer.
>> DeAngelo Peak, Omaha Northwest: Ran for 254 yards and three TDs against Lincoln High.
>> Alec Ditoro, Papillion-La Vista: Threw for 402 yards in a loss to Papillion-La Vista South.
>> Jessup Workman, Beatrice: Ran for 288 yards and three TDs against Bennington.
>> Jake Paulsen, Cozad: Hammered Adams Central for 275 rushing yards and four TDS in a 34-14 opening win.
>> Alex Brehmer, Lyons-Decatur Northeast: Against Spalding/Spalding Academy, he was 9 of 16 for 129 yards and two TDs, ran 23 times for 377 yards and five scores and on defense made 12 tackles and an interception.
>> Dalton Lindburg and Daniel Goudie, Elmwood-Murdock: In a 27-14 win over Johnson County, Lindburg ran for 195 yards with TD totes of 68 and 67 yards. Goudie caught a 31-yard TD pass and scored on a 31-yard interception return.
>> Yianni Haralabidis, Falls City Sacred Heart: In a 52-6 win over Pawnee City, he was perfect on seven PAT kicks and a 37-yard field goal and seven of his kickoffs were touchbacks.
>> Zach Kramer, Ashland-Greenwood: Of his 13 total tackles in a 23-14 win over Falls City, one was a sack and three were for losses. He also was a key lineman for an offense that racked up 379 yards.
>> Cole Wiseman, Sutton: Scored on three of his six carries and ran for 200 yards in a 52-19 win over Tri County, then scored four TDs against Southern in a 52-0 win.
>> William McClintic, Burwell: Ran for six TDs against Ansley-Litchfield.
>> Logan Lewis and Chance Anglin, Sidney: Lewis ran for 267 yards and Anglin went for 234, each scoring three times, in a 44-22 win over Grand Island Northwest.
>> Nathan Woodrum, Sioux County: Threw for 345 yards and five TDs in a 58-41 six-man win at Minatare.
>> Austin Schnitzler, Kenesaw: Ran for 309 yards and four TDs in a loss to Clifton-Clyde, Kan.
>> Jack Gibbens, Twin Loup: Hit Mullen for 354 yards and five touchdowns on 13-of-15 passing and ran for three TDs.
>> Rachel Wald, Douglas County West: She recorded her 1,000th career kill during the Beatrice Invitational.
>> Bella Siciunas, Millard North: She had a team-high 10 kills as the Mustangs defeated Omaha Skutt in the final of the Bellevue Invitational.
>> McKenzie Brown, Grand Island Northwest: Had nine kills and 21 digs to help defeat Aurora in the Beatrice Invitational final.
>> Kiley Hixson, Aurora: Had 13 kills in a win over Lincoln Pius X.
>> Kaitlin Van Loon, Lincoln Pius X: Had 14 kills in a win over Waverly.
>> Makayla Castro, Scottsbluff: She had 10 kills against Gering.
>> Payton Chohon, Columbus Scotus: She had 21 kills to lead the host team to the title at the Shamrock Invitational.
>> Alli Rogers, Elkhorn South: She had 16 kills in a match against Elkhorn.
>> Nicolle Barmettler, Elkhorn South: Shot a career-low 69 to win the Seward Invitational by eight strokes.
>> Tori Peers, Grand Island: Had playoff wins in back-to-back tournaments.
>> Matthew Barraza, Scottsbluff: Led a four-runner Bearcat sweep at the season-opening Gering Invitational as he ran 16:46 to finish 44 seconds ahead of his next teammate.
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