The consensus is in: The 2019 Class C-2 title is shaping up to be anyone’s for the taking. “It’s pretty wide open,” Wilber-Clatonia coach Lynn Jurgens said.
The Pinnacle Bank Game of the Week features Class C-2 No. 3 Centennial (19-2) hosting Wilber-Clatonia (14-7). Tip-off is 7:45 p.m. Friday in Utica.
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Wilber-Clatonia junior Hunter Cerveny committed to Darin Erstad and Nebraska baseball on Saturday. Cerveny is a player in the mold of his future coach, who played multiple positions during his 14-year Major League career.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Class C-2 is featured, with No. 1 Wilber-Clatonia today.
Never underestimate the power of unfinished business. It drove three teams that came up short a year ago to their first state football titles — Bellevue West in Class A, Wilber-Clatonia in Class C-2 and Burwell in Eight Man-1.
Nebraska high school football final ratings by World-Herald staff writer Stu Pospisil, as published in The World-Herald on Nov. 24.
The play hadn’t worked well before, but O’Neill was going to give it one last try.
Top-ranked Wilber-Clatonia (13-0) didn't score until the third quarter, but collected its eighth shutout of the year Tuesday by beating Crofton 20-0 for the Class C-2 state title.
Both coaches agree. Crofton’s and Wilber-Clatonia’s offensive and defensive lines will determine who claims the C-2 championship Tuesday.
Tanner Sand scored four touchdowns and ran for 112 yards as Class C-2 No. 2 Wilber-Clatonia shocked No. 1 Hastings St. Cecilia 42-0 Friday night.
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Wilber-Clatonia senior Riley Homolka has been waiting for this season for a long time.
“It’s the last year,” he said. “You can’t let anything go to waste.”
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with previews of new teams each day. Working their way up from the smallest class, the ratings are based on last season’s final Top 10. This week, Class C-1 is featured, with Nos. 5 through 10 today.
Columbus Scotus got the green light from the get-go and raced past previously unbeaten Wilber-Clatonia 42-7 in a Class C-1 semifinal Friday.
Whether lined up as a quarterback or running back, Wilber-Clatonia’s Connor O’Toole proved to be tough for Central City to stop. O’Toole rushed for 281 yards on 40 carries and scored the game-winning 1-yard touchdown with 4:40 left to give the Wolverines a 41-34 Class C-1 quarterfinal win Friday.
Throughout the summer, The World-Herald will prepare you for the high school football season with a story previewing a new team or teams each day. This week, Class C-1 is featured, with Nos. 5-10 today.
The Centennial Broncos led 15-13 at the end of the first quarter, but saw their lead evaporate in the second.
The team championship at the Class C-3 District wrestling tournament went to the Wilber-Clatonia Wolverines on Saturday.
Turning the ball over six times on the road in the playoffs against an undefeated team that has given up a total of 61 points all season games normally would be a recipe for a season-ending disaster.
The Southern Nebraska Conference Cross Country Championships were hosted by Tri-County High School at Homestead on Thursday.
Wins over No. 8 Wilber-Clatonia and Milford earned the Polk County Slammers a third place finish at the Adams Central Softball Invite on Saturday.