Published Thursday, October 10, 2013 AT 12:35 AM / Updated at 12:35 AM
Nebraska prep sports roundup
Nebraska Prep Zone Omaha World-Herald

>> Football: Hiland Dairy Game of the Week: Class B No. 5 Omaha Gross at No. 3 Ralston, 7 p.m. Friday. Live updates at
>> Football: No. 3 Omaha Creighton Prep vs. No. 4 Millard West, 7 p.m. Thursday at Buell Stadium
>> Volleyball: Eastern Midlands Conference final, Norris at Waverly, 6:30 p.m. Thursday
>> Volleyball: Lincoln Southwest at Millard North, 6:30 p.m. Thursday
>> Volleyball: Centennial Conference tournament, Saturday at Grand Island Central Catholic
>> Cross country: Metro Conference championships, 5 p.m. Thursday at Papillion-La Vista South
>> Tennis: Metro Conference finals, 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Koch Tennis Center, Tranquility Park
>> Softball: District tournaments Thursday and Friday; state starts Wednesday in Hastings
>> Golf: State tournament, Monday and Tuesday. Class A at Norfolk CC; Class B at Pioneers, Lincoln; Class C at Quail Run, Columbus.

>> Drew Klein, Papillion-La Vista South: His school-record 373 yards against Omaha Benson rank third on the all-time Class A single-game list. The Titans broke a school record with 523 total yards in the 55-20 win. Klein’s six TDs tie the Class A record.
>> Austin Urkoski, Columbus Lakeview: His four TD catches from Jack Shadley (who threw a fifth TD pass) in the first half of a 53-14 win at Madison are believed to be the C-1 state record. He also kicked a 47-yard field goal.
>> Jackson Dickerson, Chadron: Ran for 220 yards and three TDs in a 46-15 win over Ogallala.
>> Jericho Vieyra, Maywood: Ran for 293 yards and six TDs and made 14 tackles in a 58-26 win over Wauneta-Palisade.
>> Troy Gilligan, Anselmo-Merna: Ran for 261 yards and seven TDs and threw for 73 yards in a 56-12 win over Eustis-Farnam.
>> Caleb Lieneman, Winside: Scored five TDs, ran for 208 yards and threw for 72 as the Wildcats beat Osmond 62-46.
>> Jackson Sudbeck, Wynot: Threw for 311 yards and four TDs and ran for 75 yards and a score in a 44-22 win over Stuart.
>> Ben Kuehn, Howells-Dodge: Ran for five TDs in the first quarter of a 48-14 win over Omaha Christian.
>> Isaac Wallace, Ralston: With four TDs in a 27-21 overtime win at Beatrice, he has 19 TDs to break the school record of 17. He also blocked a field goal in overtime.
>> Zach Heitkamp and Tyler Berner, Syracuse: In a 33-16 win over Falls City, Heitkamp ran for 241 yards and 3 TDs and Berner twice punted inside the 2-yard line.
>> Austin Lovell, Southern: Scored six touchdowns, one on an interception return, in a 43-7 win over HTRS.
>> Lynnae Beiermann, Millard South: She served 17 consecutive points in a win over Omaha North.
>> Olivia Boender, Waverly: She had a match-high 13 kills as the Vikings defeated Gretna in the final of the SkyHawk Invitational.
>> Halie McArdle, Gretna: Had 15 kills in a victory over Omaha Skutt.
>> Meagen Roth, Tyra Douglas, Lincoln Southeast: Each had 11 kills in a win over Lincoln Pius X.
>> Ashley Witt, Lincoln Pius X: Had 15 kills against Omaha Marian.
>> Payton Chohon, Columbus Scotus: She had a total of 31 kills in three matches as Scotus won the Columbus Classic.
>> Emily Everitt, O’Neill St. Mary’s: She had 14 kills in a victory over Norfolk Lutheran.
>> Megan Gebhardt, Norfolk Lutheran: Had 11 kills and 26 assists against O’Neill St. Mary’s.
>> Mareshah Smith, Omaha Northwest: She had 12 kills in a win over Omaha Bryan.
>> Olivia Schneider, Arlington: Had 12 kills against Tekamah-Herman.
>> Erin Krohn, Fremont: In her fifth career race, the Tiger senior set a course record of 19:40 at the Columbus Invitational, after placing fourth at the UNK Invitational.
>> Amy Price, Columbus Scotus: Shot an 81 to win the Oakland-Craig Invitational by 13 strokes.
>> Josie Bumgardner, Adams Central: Struck out a school-record 17 in a two-hitter against Southern Valley/Alma.

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