High school sports schedule and notables as published in The World-Herald on Sept. 5.
Omaha Burke vs. Millard West, 7 p.m. Friday at Buell Stadium; Omaha Skutt at Omaha Roncalli, 7 p.m. Friday
Omaha Burke Invitational, 8 a.m. Saturday at Walnut Grove Park; Papio South Invitational, 9:15 a.m. Saturday.
Invitationals Friday and Saturday hosted by Millard North, Omaha North (Van Metre), Papillion-La Vista South
Capital City Invitational, Tuesday at Woods Complex, Lincoln
Lincoln Classic at Holmes and Highlands, Sept. 12
Millard North at Papio, 7 p.m. Thursday
Charley Pugsley, Omaha Brownell Talbot: His six touchdowns in a 72-44 win over Omaha Christian tied the school record and he scored 40 points.
Nate Glantz, Bellevue West: In his debut, the senior threw for 309 yards and three TDs in a 63-6 win at Lincoln High.
Jed Christensen, Platteview: Had two TDs and 222 yards rushing in a 30-29, two-overtime win at Lincoln Christian.
Caden Egr, Yutan: Was the workhorse in a 29-14 win at Freeman, carrying 38 times for 197 yards and two TDs.
Drake Spohr and Jared Drake, Elmwood-Murdock: In the Knights’ 72-44 win over defending Eight Man-2 champion Johnson-Brock, Spohr ran for 166 yards and five touchdowns on 15 carries. Drake had 111 yards and three TDs on nine rushes.
Aiden Oerter, Norris: Was 13 of 17 for 271 yards and a touchdown in a 26-21 win over Beatrice.
Jarrett Synek, Hastings: Threw for 321 yards, going 21 of 31 in a 30-7 win at McCook.
Jacob Krul and Sebastian Harsh, Scottsbluff: In a 42-21 win over North Platte, each scored three times while Krul rushed for 214 yards and Harsh 134.
Jacob Diaz, York: In a 30-9 win over Alliance, he ran for 132, had two catches for 48 yards and a touchdown and made eight tackles.
Nick Bohn and Grady Corrigan, Bennington: Bohn’s 44 completions, in 66 attempts, in a 49-28 loss to Omaha Skutt set the state single-game record. He tallied 407 yards and four touchdowns. Corrigan had 10 catches for 115 yards and three touchdowns.
Broc Douglass, Grand Island: Caught the winning touchdown pass in a 32-31 win at Kearney after getting the ball for the Islanders on an interception.
Justin Erb, Wakefield: Scored three of the Trojans’ four TDs in a 28-22 win over defending Eight Man-1 champ Creighton.
Brian Turek, Hemingford: Quarterback ran for 281 yards and four touchdowns and nine of his 17 tackles were solos in a 36-31 win over Mullen.
Luke Rocheford, Howells-Dodge: Ran for two TDs and caught three scoring passes in a 42-14 win over Clarkson-Leigh.
Grant Pease, Stuart: Ran for 281 yards and five touchdowns in a 40-12 win over Niobrara/Verdigre.
Eli Larson and Kaleb Pedersen, St. Paul: Larson rushed for 224 yards and three scores in a 34-13 win over Central City. Pedersen recorded 3.5 sacks.
Tyler Palmer, Columbus Scotus: Senior quarterback, who’s an NU baseball pledge, ran for 146 yards and threw for two TDs in a 27-19 win over David City Aquinas.
Jakson Keaschall and Tyce Westland, Pleasanton: In a 45-28 win over Ansley-Litchfield, Keaschall threw for 249 yards and five TDs and Westland had seven catches for 149 yards and three TDs with 18 tackles and an interception.
Lydia Yost, Gretna: Had 15 kills in a win over Millard North.
Erin Carlson, Omaha Burke: The freshman had six kills, four aces and 11 digs in a win over Omaha Central.
Norah Sis, Papillion-La Vista: Had 10 kills in a win over Omaha Skutt.
Jessica Conway, Omaha Bryan: The freshman had 41 digs in a win over Omaha Benson.
Whitney Lauenstein, Waverly: Had 12 kills in a win over Ashland-Greenwood.
Madi Woodin, Elkhorn South: Had 62 assists in a win over Omaha Marian.
Sophia Hass, West Point GACC: Had 13 kills against Norfolk Catholic.
Abby Miller, Mead: Had 11 kills in a win over Johnson County.
Sophie Hendrix, Papillion-La Vista South: Had 14 kills in a match against Papillion-La Vista.
Faye Jacobsen, Louisville: Had 20 kills in a win over Palmyra.
Jami Gabriel, Palmyra: Had 14 kills in the match against Louisville.
Cassidy Hoffman, Clarkson/Leigh: Had 15 kills in a match against Howells/Dodge.
Katie Ruge, Millard North: Shot 69 at Highlands to win the Lincoln Pius X Shootout.
Nicole Kolbas, Lincoln Pius X: Won the Kearney Invitational with a 69 at Awarii Dunes and was runner-up at the Pius X meet with a 70.