>> Football: Hiland Dairy Game of the Week: Papillion-La Vista at No. 6 Bellevue West, 7 p.m. Friday. Live updates at NEPrepZone.com
>> Volleyball: Allison Weston Invitational at Papillion-La Vista, Friday-Saturday
>> Volleyball: Viking Invitational at Grand Island Northwest, Saturday
>> Volleyball: Lincoln Pius X Invitational, Saturday
>> Cross country: UNK Invitational, Monday at Kearney Country Club. Class B girls at 1 p.m., Class B boys at 1:30, continuing through Class A boys at 4:30 p.m.
>> Softball: Lincoln Southeast Invitational at Bair Fields, Saturday
>> Boys tennis: Omaha Westside Invitational, Monday at Tranquility
>> Girls golf: Metro Conference championship, 9 a.m. Tuesday at Elmwood Park
>> Zach Flott and Isaac Wallace, Ralston: The 6-foot-5, 295-pound Flott, who has been offered by North Dakota and South Dakota, helped pave the way for Wallace’s 267-yard, four-TD performance in a 44-6 win over Nebraska City. Flott also recorded eight tackles — two for sacks and two others for losses — and knocked down two passes and blocked a punt.
>> Will Haskell, Omaha Brownell-Talbot: In a win over Tekamah-Herman, he had five catches for 85 yards and two TDs, returned an interception for a TD and had a sack.
>> Jamaal Conway-Smith and Christian Hagan, Omaha Westside: Against Fremont, Conway-Smith had a school-record 12 receptions, for 133 yards and two TDs, with Hagan completing 19 of 25 passes for three TDs.
>> Bo Kitrell, Ashland-Greenwood: In a 25-7 win over Fort Calhoun, he ran for 111 yards and a TD, made 17 total tackles with three for losses and had a sack, a forced fumble and quarterback hurry.
>> Jon Murray, Waverly: Ran for 209 yards and two TDs on 15 carries in a win over Schuyler.
>> Jackson Sudbeck, Wynot: Six of his seven TD passes were in the first half of a 50-24 win over Bancroft-Rosalie. He was 24 of 44 for 423 yards.
>> Robby Heesacker, Humphrey: Ran for 388 yards and six TDs against Winside.
>> Mitchell Stilmock and Ty Snyder, Syracuse: In a win at Arlington, Stilmock was 10 for 19 for 144 yards and two TDs. Snyder had a team-high 18 tackles.
>> Nate Fisher, Yutan: In a 35-0 win over Conestoga, he scored on a 75-yard pass play and a 60-yard interception return and led the Chieftains with 13 tackles.
>> Josue Ayala, Lexington: Went 3 of 4 on field goals, including a 40-yarder for his second game-winner in as many weeks, in a 23-20 win over Grand Island Northwest.
>> Jessup Workman, Beatrice: Ran for 151 yards and a TD in a 12-0 win over Blair.
>> Casey Wisnieski, Howells-Dodge: Snagged five of the Jaguars’ eight interceptions in a 26-6 win over High Plains.
>> Michael Hansen, Centura: Threw for 306 yards and accounted for five TDs in a 39-0 win over Superior.
>> Buzz Niederklein, Adams Central: Ran for 168 of his 253 yards in the first quarter of a 55-0 win over Fairbury.
>> Ben Hinrichs, Giltner: Threw for three TDs and ran for two in the first half of a 72-48 win at Kenesaw.
>> Kelsey O’Connell, Omaha Marian: She had 10 kills to help lead the Crusaders past Lincoln Southwest in the final of the LPS Classic.
>> Aspen Green, Lincoln North Star: She had nine kills in a win over Papillion-La Vista.
>> Ashley Witt, Lincoln Pius X: Had 18 kills against Lincoln Southeast.
>> Meagen Roth, Lincoln Southeast: Had 17 kills against North Platte.
>> Carley Remmers, Freeman: She had 14 kills in a victory over BDS.
>> Jordan Lempka, Sterling: Had 22 kills against Falls City Sacred Heart.
>> Blair Hofstetter, Meridian: Had nine kills and 23 digs against Humboldt-TRS.
>> Olivia Ferrell and Corrin Ziepke, Elkhorn South: Ferrell threw a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts in a 1-0 victory over Blair. Ziepke went 3 for 5 with two home runs and a double in wins over Norris and Blair.
>> Bre Hassett, Omaha Duchesne: In a nine-game stretch, she batted .500 with a slugging percentage of 1.071 helped by four doubles, three triples and two homers.
>> Maddie Koenig, Lincoln Pius X: Won for the fourth time this year, shooting a 36 on the back nine to win the Norfolk Invitational with an 80.
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