Giltner High football coach Jeff Ashby will help coach a group of 8-man football stars to represent the state of Nebraska in the third annual Nebraska/Kansas eight-man all-star game. Highlighting the roster is on of his Super-State players Nate Most and Howell’s Clint Bellina.
Most was honored as a second-team defensive back and was the Class D-1 all-state quarterback after throwing for 2,925 yards, which made him the all-time passing leader in the state with 7,839 career yards. Belina earned first-team honors as after rushing for 2,647 yards last season to bring his career total to 6,607 yards rushing.
This year’s Nebraska/Kansas game will be played at Doane College on June 26th at 7pm. Here is the roster for this year’s team:
Charlie Robison, Alma; Ryan Bristol, Amherst; Riley Mohl, Bancroft-Rosalie; Grant Gebhardt, Burwell; Drew Wetovick, Eustis-Farnam; Chad Rohkar, Ewing; Jordan Pella, Freeman; Nate Most, Giltner; Tyler Clifford, Hayes Center; Keifer Messersmith, Hayes Center; Alex Dose, Hampton; Clint Belina, Howells; Matt Korus, Humphrey St. Francis; Nick Krings, Humphrey St. Francis; Garret Svoboda, Lawrence-Nelson; Cody Calhoun, Maxwell; Brad Wright, Mullen; Jared Hodgson, Overton; Jack Wardyn, Palmer; Riley Santin, Palmer; Sean Campbell, Pleasanton; Cory Valasek, Spalding/Spalding Academy; Zach Lempka, Sterling; Ryan Boeckman, Wynot.
Coaches: Arlo Wusk, Sterling; Jeff Ashby, Giltner; Ron Evens, Amherst; Brett Davis, Johnson-Brock.