Published Wednesday, September 18, 2013 AT 10:33 PM / Updated at 10:33 PM
Nebraska prep sports roundup
Nebraska Prep Zone Omaha World-Herald

>> Football: Hiland Dairy Game of the Week: No. 7 Lincoln Southeast vs. No. 3 Omaha Creighton Prep, 7 p.m. Friday at Burke Stadium. Live updates at
>> Football: Sidney at Class B No. 2 Aurora, 7 p.m. Friday
>> Volleyball: Millard North at Millard West, 7 p.m. Thursday
>> Volleyball: Lincoln Public Schools Classic, at Lincoln Southeast and Lincoln Southwest, Friday-Saturday
>> Cross country: Harold Scott Invitational, Pioneers Park, Lincoln, 4 p.m. Thursday
>> Cross country: Omaha Creighton Prep Invitational, Fontenelle Park, 4 p.m. Tuesday
>> Girls golf: Norfolk Invitational, 8:30 a.m. Friday at Norfolk Country Club
>> Girls golf: Bellevue West Invitational, 9 a.m. Monday at Willow Lakes
>> Softball: Monarch Invitational, Friday and Saturday at Halleck Park, Papillion
>> Boys tennis: Millard North Invitational, 8:30 a.m. Thursday at Koch Tennis Center
>> Boys tennis: Papillion-La Vista Invitational, 8 a.m. Monday at Koch Tennis Center

>> Drew Fitzmorris, Omaha Westside: In a 45-13 win over Grand Island, he ran for a career-high 217 yards and three touchdowns and led the team with 10 tackles.
>> Calvin Strong, Omaha North: Ran for 274 yards and a career-high five TDs against Omaha Bryan in a 55-7 win.
>> Josh Krzemien, Ralston: Scored on a 65-yard interception return to spark the Rams to a 26-7 win over Blair. The Rams are averaging three takeaways a game.
>> Christopher Konicek, Clarkson/Leigh: Scored on kickoff returns of 73 and 71 yards, a 79-yard pass play and a 19-yard run against Shelby-Rising City.
>> Robby Heesacker, Humphrey: Ran for 314 yards on 41 carries in an 84-50 win over Osmond.
>> Cody Beckman, Bloomfield: Ground out 257 yards on 40 carries as the Bees beat Pender 60-46.
>> Josue Ayala, Lexington: His field goal against Gering, the first field goal he’s tried this year, gave the Minutemen an overtime win.
>> Jacob Hjorth, Gunner Fuelberth and Hayden Johnson, Norfolk: In a 42-17 win over Fremont, Hjorth had nine catches for 142 yards and two TDs, Fuelberth was 18 of 25 for 254 yards and three TDs and Johnson ran for 184 yards and two TDs.
>> Ben Lodema and Sam Isaacson, Raymond Central: Lodema is averaging 318 yards passing a game, with Isaacson averaging 178 yards receiving.
>> Jessup Workman, Beatrice: Ran for 194 yards and three TDs in a 38-20 win at York.
>> Quin Rutt, Minden: Carried 43 times for 269 yards and a touchdown and made 15 tackles in a 17-14 win over Fillmore Central.
>> Leslie Booth, Elkhorn South: She had eight kills in a win over Nebraska City.
>> Tiffany Wentworth, Millard West: Her 26 assists helped the Wildcats defeat Lincoln North Star in the final of the Millard North Invitational.
>> Aspen Green, Lincoln North Star: She had a match-high eight kills against Millard West.
>> McKenna Zahn, Louisville: She recently became the school’s career leader in digs, breaking the previous mark of 813.
>> Kylie Hohlen, Norris: She had 14 kills in a win over Waverly.
>> Olivia Boender, Waverly: The Nebraska recruit had 24 kills and 17 digs in a four-set win over Norris that paid back a loss to the Titans.
>> Hillary Thege, Columbus: She had eight kills in a win over York.
>> Taylor Thiele, Aurora: Had 11 kills in a victory over Kearney Catholic.
>> Kenzie Drudik, Ord: She had 14 kills in a win over Omaha Concordia.
>> Carley Foltz, Columbus Scotus: Had 21 kills as the Shamrocks defeated Grand Island Central Catholic.
>> Emma Benton, Grand Island Central Catholic: Had 19 kills against Scotus.
>> Andrew Bristol and Brent McKnight, Millard North: At the Papillion-La Vista South Invitational, they were 5-0 at No. 1 doubles and their finals win over the host Titans gave the team a two-point win over Papio South.
>> Miranda Keeler, Bellevue East: Won the Omaha Duchesne Invitational by shooting 76 at Stone Creek.

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