OMAHA NORTHWEST 56, OMAHA SOUTH 49, 2OT
TJ Phipps scored on a 1-yard run in the second overtime Friday night as Omaha Northwest defeated Omaha South 56-49 in Metro Conference action.
The Huskies sealed the win, their first against a conference opponent in three years, with a fumble recovery.
Brothers Jayden and Javon Minton each returned interceptions for touchdowns for Northwest, which also got two passing touchdowns and one rushing from junior quarterback Cory Myers.
South's Makoor Arop was 22 of 28 for 253 yards and five touchdown passes, including two each to Iowa pledge Noah Fant and Justin Stewart.
OM. BURKE 51, OM. NORTH 50, 2OT
Burke's AP Ponder scored three touchdowns and Cole Frahm kicked three field goals and the deciding extra point. North sophomore Milton Sargbah ran for 308 yards and two scores.
ELKHORN 26, NORRIS 6
Adin Stiles scored twice for the Class B No. 4 Antlers, who outscored Norris 20-0 in the second half.
OMAHA RONCALLI 29, NEBRASKA CITY 15
Jake Hubschman had 41 carries for 196 yards and three touchdowns, Andrew Lamer made seven catches for 110 yards and had an interception and Pat Mucha made three field goals for Roncalli.
LINCOLNPIUS X 24, OM. BENSON 0
Brock Wordekemper's touchdown runs of 9 and 58 yards in the third quarter gave the Thunderbolts breathing room after Benson held them to a 49-yard field goal by Nathan Asselin in the first half.
KEARNEY 26, LINCOLN SOUTHWEST 14
Jake Waller threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 112 yards and a score for the Bearcats. Bo Els, who switched to quarterback for the second half, had fourth-quarter touchdown runs of 62 and 48 yards for Southwest.
NORTH PLATTE 16, LINCOLN HIGH 13, OT
Kort Steele's third field goal of the game kept the Bulldogs undefeated.
BEATRICE 31, RALSTON 3
Alec Cromer threw for 185 yards and three touchdowns and ran for the Orangemen's first touchdown. Landon Zarybnicky caught four passes for 92 yards with a 35-yard TD reception. Husker pledge Cam Jurgens also caught a touchdown pass.
ASHLAND-GREENWOOD 35, SYRACUSE 21
Class C-1 No. 6 Ashland-Greenwood broke a 14-14 halftime tie with Kaelan Dea's 24-yard interception return and Jacob Teahon's 54-yard touchdown reception, his second of the game from Aric Kasuske.
MEAD 40, SCRIBNER-SNYDER 34, OT
Alex Quinn threw five touchdown passes, including the game-winner on fourth down in overtime, as the Raiders won their season opener and matched last year's win total. Scribner-Snyder fell to 1-1.
FORT CALHOUN 31, WAYNE 28
August Namath scored three times and Lonnie Albertson twice as the visiting Pioneers (1-1) wiped out a 20-13 deficit to go ahead 31-20 in the final quarter before the Blue Devils tried to rally.
MILLARD SOUTH 47, BELLEVUE EAST 18
Quarterback Matt Armetta ran for two touchdowns and threw to Anthony Cloyd for another. Tyrus Shuler ran for 90 yards. Millard South held Bellevue East to 20 yards in the second half.