Nebraska High School Football Scores – Week 6

Nebraska High School Football Scores
Friday, October 8, 2010

Adams Central 28, Holdrege 0
Alliance 51, Sidney 0
Aquinas 64, Twin River 7
Arapahoe 46, Southwest 22
Archbishop Bergan 37, Oakland-Craig 0
Arlington 21, Columbus Lakeview 13
Arthur County 59, Sioux County 22
Ashland-Greenwood 55, Douglas County West 12
Bancroft-Rosalie 68, Emerson-Hubbard 6
Battle Creek 28, Madison 21
Bayard 55, Dundy County-Stratton 13
Bellevue East 24, Omaha South 0
Bertrand 51, Wilcox-Hildreth 6
Bishop Neumann 54, Omaha Roncalli 13
Blair 53, Bennington 13
Bloomfield 32, Newcastle 18
Blue Hill 41, Southern Valley 13
Boone Central 24, St. Paul 15
Boys Town 27, Omaha Gross Catholic 19
Brady 58, Wauneta-Palisade 8
Broken Bow 21, Gothenburg 7
Bruning-Davenport/Shickley 34, Deshler 8
Cambridge 30, North Platte St. Patrick’s 14
Centennial 41, Centura 0
Chambers 57, Wausa 40
Clearwater/Orchard 36, Niobrara/Verdigre 8
Columbus 17, Lincoln Southeast 14
Columbus Scotus 28, North Bend Central 8
Creek Valley 51, Potter-Dix 20
Creighton 36, Winside 0
Crete 34, Beatrice 22
Crofton 67, Neligh-Oakdale 0
Cross County 41, Stanton 25
David City 63, Raymond Central 8
East Butler 36, Nebraska Christian 22
Elkhorn 51, Elkhorn Mount Michael 0
Elm Creek 43, Elwood 16
Elmwood-Murdock 71, Louisville 0
Eustis-Farnam 30, Medicine Valley 14
Exeter/Milligan 70, Nebraska Lutheran 0
Falls City 30, Conestoga 6
Falls City Sacred Heart 41, Sterling 24
Fillmore Central 23, Fairbury 21
Friend 60, Freeman 20
Fullerton 40, Heartland 24
Giltner 50, Silver Lake 12
Grand Island Central Catholic 21, Sandy Creek 10
Greeley-Wolbach 50, Elkhorn Valley 19
Hampton 28, Dorchester 20
Hartington 29, Randolph 14
Hartington Cedar Catholic 20, Laurel-Concord 6
Harvard 45, Red Cloud 44
Hastings 56, York 7
Hastings St. Cecilia 55, Thayer Central 0
Hay Springs 74, Banner County 14
Hershey 35, Sutherland 8
Hitchcock County 44, Hyannis 8
Howells 76, Leigh 36
Humphrey 50, Dodge 6
Humphrey St. Francis 50, Clarkson 14
Johnson-Brock 53, Diller-Odell 0
Kearney 24, North Platte 3
Kearney Catholic 31, Doniphan-Trumbull 0
Kenesaw 66, Franklin 15
Kimball 18, Gordon/Rushville 14
Lewiston 48, Mead 0
Lincoln Christian 45, Palmyra 19
Lincoln Northeast 34, Lincoln East 3
Lindsay Holy Family 28, Spalding/Spalding Academy 24
Litchfield 74, Heartland Lutheran 33
Logan View 21, West Point-Beemer 13
Loomis 55, Amherst 18
Lutheran High Northeast 34, Homer 19
Maxwell 38, Hemingford 30
McCook 41, Lexington 0
McCool Junction 42, Osceola 8
Milford 49, Lincoln Lutheran 7
Millard West 28, Millard North 17
Minden 29, Gibbon 7
Mitchell 28, Ainsworth 6
Mullen 42, Stuart 25
Nebraska City Lourdes 34, Johnson County Central 0
Newman Grove 58, High Plains Community 32
Norfolk 25, Fremont 13
North Loup Scotia 47, Elba 13
Omaha Burke 30, Bellevue West 13
Omaha Nation 66, Walthill 14
Omaha Westside 30, Omaha Benson 21
Ord 42, O’Neill 7
Osmond 65, Allen 14
Overton 62, Alma 27
Pawnee City 54, Parkview Christian 0
Paxton 35, Leyton 26
Pender 68, Winnebago 18
Perkins County 65, Morrill 0
Platteview 38, Wahoo 28
Plattsmouth 14, Waverly 12
Pleasanton 21, Loup City 14
Ponca 42, Wakefield 8
Ralston 10, Omaha Skutt 7
Ravenna 34, Wood River 20
Sargent 57, Cody-Kilgore 16
Schuyler 42, South Sioux City 21
South Loup 50, Crawford 8
St. Mary’s 36, Wynot 30
Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 44, Ansley 6
Sutton 20, Superior 14, OT
Syracuse 38, Auburn 21
Tekamah-Herman 14, Fort Calhoun 0
Tri County 33, Malcolm 6
Wayne 35, Central City 6
Weeping Water 49, Humboldt/Table Rock-Steinauer 13
West Holt 27, Plainview 26, OT
West Point Central Catholic 86, Lyons-Decatur Northeast 12
Wheeler Central 42, Maywood 24
Wilber-Clatonia 41, Southern 14
Yutan 33, Omaha Brownell-Talbot 13

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