Will Huffman’s incredible season at running back continued on Friday night.The Maxwell senior set an 8-man, single-game record, rushing for 540 yards in a 72-42 win over rival Brady. The previous record of 537 yards was set by Brandon Hagan of Culbertson in a game against Wauneta-Palisade in 1999.Huffman had scoring runs of 61, 63, 74, 7, 49, 60, 13 and 71, as he had eight touchdowns on 38 carries.He continues to lead 8-man in Nebraska in rushing yards (2,137) and touchdowns (33).T.J.
Tom Beveridge went to Saturday’s reunion for the same reason many of us go to reunions: To catch up with his old classmates and see how their families have grown.The Sutherland resident’s reunion was just a little more high profile than ours. He was a walk-on split end on Nebraska’s 1997 national championship team, which was recognized Saturday at Memorial Stadium 20 years later.“It’s great to go back and run back out into the stadium and see all the fans.
Timely interceptions and a ball-control offense in the second half pushed St. Pat’s past Hershey, 19-0, on Friday in North Platte in a matchup of the C2-8 District rivals.Moved from outside linebacker to cornerback earlier this season, Gary White III made the first two of the Irish’s three interceptions.
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Selecting a term
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