A record-setting year from Lincoln East's Noah Walters caught the attention of Nebraska football.
The game of the week in Class A pins two top quarterbacks against each other. Color us intrigued.
No single opponent has been able to stop Lincoln East quarterback Noah Walters this season. Then came Creighton Prep in Week 9.
There are playoff spots on the line in every class around the state as Week 9 rolls around. Here's a full breakdown of the week's key matchups.
We've got a top 10 battle in Class A this week. Here's everything you need to know about Spartans-Junior Jays.
Malachi Coleman's efficient yet explosive night featured three catches for 197 yards and three touchdowns.
Xavier Albertson intercepted a pass at his team's 1-yard line midway through the fourth quarter to help Class A No. 10 North Platte down No. 8 Lincoln East.
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.
On Thursday and Friday nights, Seacrest Field might as well be the set for the Noah Walters show. Is now when we remind you he's still uncommitted?
Coleman hauled in two touchdowns, forced a key fumble and recorded two sacks as he teamed up with Noah Walters to rout the Knights.
This top-10 battle will feature a red-hot quarterback in Lincoln East's Noah Walters, and a solid Southeast defense that wants to stop him.
"The last 10 years, I'd say this is probably in the top two," Milford's football coach says of its Friday win.
The Lincoln East quarterback threw for six touchdowns, including a 90-yard strike, to lead the Spartans' charge past the Mustangs.
After a come-from-behind loss last week, the Spartans made sure there was no comeback Friday.
We go around the state to highlight some of the best individual performances and games, plus a checkup on this week's No. 1's.
The A Street battle always seems to pack a punch. As Noah Walters exited the field with a win, his nose bled — "It just happens," he said.
East’s first state title since 1979 isn’t out of the question, and Walters, one of the top quarterbacks in the state, is a big reason why.
Malachi Coleman is an easy player to spot in practice. At 6-foot-5, he's a rare mix of a wide receiver and defensive end.
As this group mingled around the Journal Star photoshoot at Quasar Drive-In, it felt like a group of A-list actors on set of the next blockbuster hit.
JC Brager and Union Bank went into eight innings, where Connor Wilken had the walk-off hit to lead the team comprised of Southeast players.
How about this group? We're counting down the days until our Prep Sports Awards virtual show with a daily look at nominees. Next up: football.
It was Simon Stover's turn, and he delivered a sharp outing to curb Lincoln East in Don Kraft action. “I feel like we have a 1-A, 1-B and 1-C."
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