Nebraska Shrine Bowl announces rosters

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The rosters for the 62nd annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl are out. The North squad will be led by Lincoln head coach Mark Macke and the South all-stars will be coached by Ryan Thompson of Ashland-Greenwood.

Below are the rosters for the game that will be played June 6 at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium in Kearney.

North All-Stars

Roster: Frankie Allen III, Papillion-La Vista; Mason Armstead, Creighton Prep; Thomas Ault, Bellevue West; Andrew Bednar, Millard North; Kyler Beekman, Elkhorn; Nick Bohm, Bennington; Kole Bordovsky, Wahoo; Sam Clarkson, Scottsbluff; Jack Dotzler, Omaha Roncalli; Broc Douglass, Grand Island; Sabastian Harsh, Scottsbluff; Tre’on Fairgood Jones, Omaha North; Ryan Fenoglio, Omaha Roncalli; Caleb Francl, Grand Island; Isaac Gleason, Fullerton; Kage Heisinger, Pierce; Cooper Heusman Chadron; CJ Hoevet, Ord; Eli Hustad, Elkhorn; Jaxon Johnson, Bancroft-Rosalie; Preston Kellogg, Papillion La Vista; Trevin Luben, Wahoo; Keegan Menning, Fremont; Mason Nieman, Waverly; Jack Paradis, Elkhorn South; Nasire Perry, Creighton Prep; Trevor Pfeifer, Humphrey St. Francis; Jaylon Roussell, Omaha Burke; Rans Sanders, Northwest; Eli Simonson, Archbishop Bergan; Easton Sixel, Millard North; Brady Soukup, Blair; Luke Stueve, Battle Creek; Nate Sullivan, Bellevue West; Dietrick Stolz, GICC; Michael Terrano, Lincoln High; Luke Wakehouse, Tekamah-Herman. Coaches: Mark Macke, head coach, Lincoln High; Rusty Fuller, St. Paul; Josh Deines, Sandhills/Thedford; Bryan Soukup, Blair; A.J. Santos, Lincoln High; Paul Cloutier, Grand Island.

South All-Stars

Blake Anderson, Omaha; Bladen Bayless, Beatrice; Dalys Beanum, Millard West; Cameryn Berry, McCook; Nate Boerkircher, Aurora; Davon Brees, Centennial; Carter Brown, Ogallala; Drew Daum, McCook; Gage Dengel, Bellevue East; Tom Erwin, York; Uzziah Vincent Freeman, Boys Town; Jacob Frezell-McClinton, Omaha Central; Tyson Gordon, Omaha Skutt; Ashton Hausmann, Norris; Ty Hahn, Johnson-Brock; Laken Harnly, Lincoln Southwest; Isaiah Harris, Millard South; Jordan Kavlak, Seward; Braden Kover, Southern; Abraham Hoskins III, Omaha Central; Evan Johnson, Adams Central; Jett Janssen, Lincoln East; Bryce Kitrell, Ashland-Greenwood; Tyler Lenz, Seward; Jacob Ludwig, Ashland-Greenwood; Ryan Marlatt, Aurora; Aiden Oerter, Norris; Tyler Palmer, Columbus Scotus; Blake Podany, Gretna; Timothy Prokupek, Plattsmouth; Andrew Rathman, Plattsmouth; Dallas Rogers, Papillion-La Vista South; Michael Rutherford, Central City; Drake Sherman, Lincoln Southwest; Paxton Swanson, Platteview; Grant Tagge, Omaha Westside; Keaton VanHousen, High Plains; Cal Weidemann, Omaha Westside. Coaches: Ryan Thompson, head coach, Ashland-Greenwood; Jay Landstrom, Omaha Central; Evan Klanecky, Centennial; Troy Huebert, Central City; Nate Tonjes, Ashland-Greenwood; Brant Loewe, Omaha Skutt.

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