Two strong offenses will meet in the Class C-1 football final.
There's excitement about the big stadium reopening its doors to state title games. But, get too excited, and it can "get to our heads."
After semifinal heartbreaks, Cross County is seeking its first state title against Howells-Dodge, a school with tremendous playoff history.
A pair of communities are in the football state finals for the first time in decades, guaranteeing a first-time state champion in Class D-2.
Six-man football will crown the first state champion.
Reece Zutavern went from runner-up to state champion in wrestling. Can he do it in football too for Sandhills/Thedford?
Playoff seeds can only tell so much. There are eight double-digit seeds in the state semifinals, meaning state gold is close for these potential Cinderellas.
The top-rated teams in Class D-1, Class D-2 and six-man are in action Friday as the state football playoffs continue.
Can Omaha North, winners of perhaps the state's greatest upset, strike again? Luke Mullin thinks so in his full lookahead at the action.
No. 1 Ashland-Greenwood vs. No. 8 Pierce raises some intrigue. How might Lincoln Lutheran fare? Here's our look at the C classes.
Here are the margin of victories in Luke Mullin's score predictions: 3 points, 17, 6, 10. What say you? Check out our full preview of the action.
If there was ever a time to run the ball behind a powerful, unrelenting offensive line, it’s now. These moments are what weight room warriors have been craving for months.
The six-man football playoffs begin on Friday, along with the second round of playoff action in Classes D-1 and D-2.
The game of the week in Class A pins two top quarterbacks against each other. Color us intrigued.
The "Game of the Week" involves a city school. How does Lincoln Lutheran stack up with first-round opponent Gordon-Rushville?
Mostek. Meneses. Griffith. Hartman. Yeah, Class B will have some talent on display Friday. Here's your guide to the action.
These high school juniors from the city and area have used the first seven weeks of the high school football season to their favor.
At 5-foot-9, the junior isn't the tallest guy on the field. But he might be the quickest: "Get me in space and let me do my thing."
Playoff berths are officially on the line as we enter the final stretch of the high school football season. Here’s what you need to know for Week 8.
“Our goal this year is the same as it is every year – we want to be playing our very best football come district time."
There are two weeks remaining in the regular season for the state’s top four classes, and every win from here on out will be reflected in teams’ playoff seeding.
Stop us if you've heard this before, but the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in Class B are squaring off this week. We predict that game and many others.
Last year, the No. 1 recruit from Nebraska, Avante Dickerson, committed to Oregon: "t’s a sign that they’re a good program,” Jackson says.