>> Football: Hiland Dairy Game of the Week: Class B No. 3 Ralston at No. 2 Omaha Skutt, 7 p.m. Friday. Live updates at NEPrepZone.com
>> Football: Top 10 No. 2 Omaha Westside at No. 6 Millard North, 7 p.m. Thursday at Buell Stadium
>> Volleyball: Millard North at Omaha Skutt, 7 p.m. Thursday
>> Volleyball: Omaha Westside Invitational, Friday-Saturday
>> Volleyball: Central Conference tournament at Seward, Saturday
>> Cross country: District meets, Thursday
>> Boys tennis: State tournaments, Thursday and Friday, at Koch Tennis Center (Class A) and Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln (Class B)
>> Drew Klein, Papillion-La Vista South: Believed to be the first Class A back to run for 700 yards over two games, he picked up 328 yards and four TDs against Millard South.
>> Connor Dukes, Plattsmouth: In his past four games, he is 40 of 68 passing with seven TDs.
>> Isaac Wallace, Jacob Gigax, Michael Abrego, Alex Wicker, Zach Flott, Jacob Lemarche, Alex Warner and Scott Passmore, Ralston: The Rams’ line helped Wallace to a 214-yard game against Omaha Gross, helping him set the school’s season record with 1,354 yards.
>> Liam Christensen, Gretna: Had a 58-yard punt return for a touchdown against Waverly.
>> CJ Johnson, Bellevue West: Tied the Class A record with four receiving TDs as he had six catches for 229 yards against Millard North.
>> Dalton Daegas, Omaha Christian: Ran for six TDs and 308 yards against Omaha Nation.
>> Brandon Chunka-Butler, Bellevue East: Had his third game of the season with 10 or more knockdown blocks.
>> Dylan Loberg, Randolph: Ran for 190 yards against Elgin/Pope John and 200 against Emerson-Hubbard, on 32 total carries with four total TDs.
>> Trevor Nichelson, Ashland-Greenwood: Had 85 yards rushing and 100 receiving against Logan View.
>> Jason Hansen and Dash Cameron, Tekamah-Herman: Last year’s 106-pound champion in Class C wrestling, Hansen was 20 of 32 passing for 294 yards and four TDs against Stanton. His 16 TD passes this season are a school record. Cameron caught five passes for 111 yards and three TDs against the Mustangs.
>> Olivia Boender, Waverly: Had 22 kills against Norris in the Eastern Midlands Conference final.
>> Alyssa Woodman, Omaha Skutt: She had 13 kills to pace the SkyHawks past Omaha Duchesne.
>> Amber Vaughan, Omaha Duchesne: Had 12 kills against Skutt.
>> Megan Wickey, Omaha Concordia: Had 10 kills in a win over Grand Island Central Catholic.
>> Payton Chohon, Columbus Scotus: She had 12 kills against Hastings St. Cecilia in the Centennial Conference final.
>> Morgan Nikkila, St. Cecilia: Had a match-high 17 kills against Scotus.
>> Taylor Thiele, Aurora: She had 17 kills in a win over Kearney.
>> Ashton Riedy, Grand Island: Had 16 kills in a win over Bellevue East.
>> Emily Jensen, Alliance: She had 27 assists in a win over Scottsbluff.
>> Marysa Wilkinson, Lincoln Southwest: Creighton recruit had 12 kills in a win over Omaha Burke.
>> Gabby Knobbe and Jenny Knobbe, West Point Guardian Angels Central Catholic: The cousins combined for 41 kills in their school’s home invitational.
>> Erin Gross, Tekamah-Herman: Had 29 kills in a five-set win over North Bend.
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