LINCOLN — In an action-packed Monday at Memorial Stadium, three teams secured titles during the Nebraska high school state football finals.

Omaha Skutt ran its winning streak to 26 games with Monday night’s 21-20 win over Scottsbluff for a repeat Class B state title. The No. 1 Skyhawks were in their sixth final in seven years.

For in its final game together, Osceola/High Plains lived off the 40 points the Stormdogs scored in the first half off four Burwell miscues to capture the Eight Man-1 championship.

Humphrey St. Francis put up some huge numbers in winning its first Eight Man-2 state title since 2015. Seventy points. A 54-point win. Three interceptions and six touchdowns by Trevor Pfeifer.

Make sure to check out The World-Herald's previews for Tuesday's three championships:

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