September 17, 2014

High school football scores from 9/12/14

Allen 63, Wausa 33
Amherst 47, Axtell 6
Anselmo-Merna 64, Bertrand 42
Ansley-Litchfield 28, Shelton 22
Arapahoe 26, Dundy County-Stratton 20
Arcadia-Loup City 22, Shelby 6
Archbishop Bergan 59, Palmyra 20
Arlington 34, Wayne 6
Ashland-Greenwood 34, Falls City 0
Auburn 28, Fairbury 20
Aurora 26, Adams Central 13
Axtell, KS 92, Lewiston 20
BDS 82, Giltner 36
Battle Creek 42, Wisner-Pilger 6
Bellevue East 52, Omaha Bryan 24
Bellevue West 56, Omaha South 22
Bennington 34, Plattsmouth 28
Boone Central/Newman Grove 48, North Bend Central 8
Boys Town 28, Madison 7
Brady 36, Wallace 0
Broken Bow 40, Minden 6
CWC 23, Boyd County 14
Caliche, CO 42, Potter-Dix 0
Cambridge 26, Gibbon 6
Chadron 40, Valentine 0
Clarkson/Leigh 70, Omaha Nation 6
Cody-Kilgore 26, St. Edward 19
Columbus 30, Lincoln Northeast 13
Columbus Scotus 42, Central City 0
Conestoga 20, Weeping Water 14
Cozad 14, Chase County 12
Crofton 26, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 12
Doniphan-Trumbull 22, Hershey 20
East Butler 58, Nebraska Lutheran 8
Elkhorn 24, Beatrice 14
Elkhorn South 42, Omaha Benson 0
Elm Creek 47, Twin Loup 16
Elmwood-Murdock 21, Omaha Brownell-Talbot 13
Elwood 58, Medicine Valley 42
Eustis-Farnam 64, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 29
Exeter-Milligan 52, Sterling 14
Falls City Sacred Heart 54, Pawnee City 6
Fort Calhoun 21, Louisville 20
Franklin 46, Harvard 26
Freeman 32, Yutan 15
Friend 42, Lourdes Central Catholic 20
Garden County 30, Maxwell 27
Gordon-Rushville 24, Bridgeport 22
Grand Island 28, Omaha Burke 6
Grand Island Central Catholic 24, Gothenburg 13
Gretna 37, Norris 31 (2OT)
Guardian Angels Central Catholic 66, Omaha Christian Academy 26
Hartington Cedar Catholic 40, Ponca 0
Hartington-Newcastle 24, Niobrara/Verdigre 14
Hastings St. Cecilia 42, Fillmore Central 7
Hay Springs 22, Edgemont, SD 8
Hayes Center 65, Banner County 46
Heartland 60, Nebraska Christian 28
Hemingford 76, Crawford 20
High Plains Community 43, Blue Hill 40
Hitchcock County 25, Perkins County 6
Homer 54, Logan View 27
Howells-Dodge 48, Bloomfield 20
Humphrey St. Francis 60, Wynot 6
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Late fall weather hampers UNK offense in loss to Washburn

Washburn 10, Nebraska-Kearney 7
Washburn hit a field goal with eight minutes to go in the fourth quarter as they picked up a win on the road at Nebraska-Kearney. The two teams played a very even game as WU finished with 316 yards and UNK had 290 yards of total offense.

For the Ichabods Mitch Buhler was 14 of 32 for 172 yards and touchdown while Sean McPherson finished with 63 yards on the ground. Brad Gourley caught just one pass on the night but it was an 87-yard touchdown strike. On defense Calvin Kenney and Akhmad Abul-Razzaq each had ten tackles and Mark Kolmer picked off a pass.

For the Loper Bronson Marsh was 7 of 25 for 101 yards rushing for 82 yards and a touchdown. Romero Cotton finished with 23 carries for 81 yards on the evening. On defense Dillon Loschen and Tyke Kozeal each finished with ten stops.

High school football scores from 9/11/14

Burwell 27, Neligh-Oakdale 13
Creighton Preparatory School 34, Omaha Central 14
Sandhills/Thedford 55, Mullen 30

Will Randy Gregory play? If so, how much? (AUDIO)

Bo Pelini says Randy Gregory will be back on the defensive line for the Huskers this Saturday night at Fresno State. Gregory doesn’t sound so sure of that. He tells us he’s 100%, but is he afraid to go out there and push it?

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This is the second of three meetings between the Huskers and Fresno State. Eight Bulldogs played for them and three started in the game at Memorial Stadium in 2011, including strong safety Derron Smith, a preseason All-American and the 2013 and 2014 Mountain West Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Fresno State will need to rely heavily on their defense and their goal will be keeping NU off the board in the first quarter. Through two games this season, Fresno State has been outscored 24-0 and 17-0.

Huskers will get Gregory back for Fresno State and Cotton calls his play “bone headed” (AUDIO)

Good news on the injury front.

The Huskers will have their biggest defensive threat back on the field. Bo Pelini said Randy Gregory, who has played just in the opening series of the Florida Atlantic game will play at Fresno State. Pelini said Gregory looked great running on Sunday. The injury situation is a little muddy at wide receiver, where Kenny Bell, Sam Burtch and Brandon Reilly are listed as “day-to-day.” Bell left with a groin injury in the first quarter.

Senior offensive lineman Jake Cotton called his two penalties bone head plays.

Cotton was called for tripping in the third quarter, wiping out a Tommy Armstrong touchdown. NU had to settle for a field goal on the drive. Cotton was flagged in the fourth quarter as an ineligible man downfield, erasing a 41-yard pass from Armstrong to Jordan Westerkamp. Cotton said he thought Armstrong took off running and went off the crowd’s reaction. As one of the team captains, he said he has to lead better by example.

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