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5th-6th grade division....Eagles champions

Eagles 13 Cowboys 6

1st qtr...Eagles...Bryson Gullion 65 yard run (PAT

3rd qtr...Eagles...Gullion 76 yard run (Gullion run)

7th-8th grade division

Ravens 33 Colts 6...Ravens champions

1st qtr...Ravens...Corbin Horner 55 yard run (Canyon
Hosick run)

1st qtr...Ravens...Horner 74 yard run (Lucas Wilson run)

2nd qtr...Ravens...Lincoln Michaelis 2 yard run (PAT

4th qtr...Ravens...Lucas Wilson 28 yard run (Horner run)

4th qtr...Ravens...Jacob Wilson 54 yard run (PAT


Former Pacific Tiger and utility player Samantha Owen will join the Nebraska softball team in the fall announced Head Coach Rhonda Revelle on Thursday. A junior, Owen has two seasons of eligibility left with the Huskers and will be able to compete immediately. In 2018, Owen started 46 of the Tigers' 47 games and led the team with 53 hits. She hit .382, recorded seven home runs, 37 RBIs and finished the season with a slugging percentage of .600. In West Coast Conference play, Owen finished in the top five in the conference in batting average, slugging, RBIs, doubles and total bases, helping her claim first-team All-WCC honors. She also earned NFCA All-West Region Third-Team honors. As a freshman, Owen was named to the All-WCC honorable mention team, after appearing in all but four games for the Tigers. She registered 36 hits and hit .259. She scored 19 runs and had 16 RBIs. She also led all freshmen with four homers. The Manteca, Calif., native was a standout at East Union High School. She was named the Stockton Record All-Area Player of the Year, in addition to earning VOL MVP and FLO Softball All-American accolades. Owen helped the Lancers claim the state title as a senior, posting a .507 batting average. Off the field, Owens was a standout in the classroom as well, graduating with Cum Laude honors.


Nebraska wide receiver JD Spielman earned his second watch list recognition Thursday morning, as he was named to the Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse watch list. The Hornung Award is presented to the most versatile player in major college football. Spielman, who was named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list last week, showed his versatility during a record-breaking freshman season which saw him earn All-Big Ten recognition at both wide receiver and kickoff returner. He hauled in 55 passes for 830 yards and a pair of scores, establishing school freshman marks in receptions, receiving yards, 100-yard receiving games (two) and all-purpose yards (1,572). Spielman ranked first or second among all FBS freshmen in receiving yards, receiving yards per game, catches and all-purpose yards in 2017. His redshirt freshman season was highlighted by establishing Nebraska’s single-game receiving yards record with a 200-yard performance against ninth-ranked Ohio State. In conference play, Spielman became just the second Big Ten freshman since 1985 to lead the league in receiving yards per game during the conference season (88.1). He tied Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor for second in the Big Ten with an average of 157.8 all-purpose yards per game in league play and was fifth in catches per game. Spielman will look to be NU’s first-ever Hornung Award winner, as Ameer Abdullah was a finalist for the award in 2014.


5th-6th grade division

Redskins 20 Cowboys 12

1st qtr...Redskins...Quenten Terry 1 yard run (Ethan
Schmidt run)

1st qtr...Cowboys....Dante Horner 8 yard run (PAT failed)

4th qtr...Cowboys....Horner 2 yard run (PAT failed)

4th qtr...Redskins...Terry 65 yard run (Terry run)

4th qtr...Redskins...Terry 49 yard run (PAT failed)

7th-8th grade division

Colts 13 Chiefs 6 overtime

1st qtr...Chiefs...Jackson Kerchal 1 yard run (PAT

4th qtr...Payton Dellevoet 30 yard TD pass to Alex
Anthony (PAT failed)

OT...Colts...Dellevoet 4 yard run (Anthony run)


Junior punter Caleb Lightbourn garnered recognition Wednesday, as he was named to the 2018 Ray Guy Award preseason watch list. The Ray Guy Award, named after College and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Ray Guy, is presented to the nation’s top punter.

Lightbourn, a two-year starter from Washougal, Wash., is one of 27 players on the watch list released Wednesday. As a sophomore, he averaged 42.1 yards per punt while placing 21 of his 59 punts inside the opponents’ 20-yard line. He averaged a career-best 48.0 yards per punt against No. 9 Ohio State and had a career-long 68-yard punt against No. 9 Wisconsin. In all, he averaged 2.4 yards more per punt in 2017 than as a freshman and tallied 13 punts of 50 yards or more. The three finalists will be announced in November with the winner being announced on the College Football Awards show on Dec. 6.


5th-6th grade division

Eagles 20 Redskins 13

2nd qtr..Eagles..Bryson Gullion 5 yard TD pass to
Quinn Taylor (PAT failed)

3rd qtr..Redskins..Quentin Terry 15 yard run (Terry run)

3rd qtr..Eagles...Gullion 50 yard run (Guillon run)

3rd qtr..Redskins..Terry 65 yard run (PAT failed)

4th qtr...Eagles..Gullion 61 yard run (Gullion pass
to Taylor)

7th-8th grade division

Ravens 40 Chiefs 0

1st qtr...Ravens...Corbin Horner 6 yard run (Horner run)

1st qtr...Ravens...Horner 13 yard run (Lucas Wilson run)

2nd qtr...Ravens...Jacob Wilson 95 yard interception
return for TD (Canyon Hosick run)

2nd qtr...Ravens...Horner 60 yard run (Pat failed)

3rd qtr...Ravens...Jacob Wilson 80 yard run (Lucas
Wilson run)

3rd qtr...Ravens...Horner 74 yard run (PAT failed)


KANSAS CITY, MO – The National Association of Basketball Coaches announced today the matchups for the championship round of the 2018 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker. All four games of the Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker at Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO., will be aired live on ESPN networks.


On Monday, November 19, Nebraska will take on Missouri State at 6 pm CT on ESPNU, followed by USC and Texas Tech at 8:30 pm ET on ESPN2. On Tuesday, November 20, the consolation game will tip off at 6 pm CT on ESPN3, followed by the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker championship game at 8:30pm ET on ESPN2.


Tickets for the championship round games at Sprint Center will be available beginning at 10:00am CT on August 4th by,, by phone at 888-929-7849, or in person at Sprint Center Box Office.


The Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker will be the culminating event of college basketball’s Hall of Fame Weekend, which also includes the 13th annual induction ceremony for the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. That event will take place on Sunday, Nov. 18, at the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland in Kansas City.






Semifinal Doubleheader

Sprint Center – Kansas City, Mo.

Monday, November 19 – 6:00 PM CT

Nebraska vs. Missouri State (ESPNU)

USC vs. Texas Tech (ESPN2)


Championship Doubleheader

Sprint Center – Kansas City, Mo.

Tuesday, November 20 – 6:00 PM CT

Consolation Game (ESPN3)

Championship Game (ESPN2)


Those four schools will serve as the four host round participants for this year’s Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker, with the opening round games of the tournament beginning on November 6th. Each of those teams will play two games on campus, before advancing to the championship rounds in Kansas City. Joining the four host teams in the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic Powered by ShotTracker are Mississippi Valley State, Robert Morris, Southeastern Louisiana and Stetson. The complete list of games for the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic Powered by Shot Tracker are as follows:


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Springfield Regional Rounds

JQH Arena – Springfield, MO

Friday, November 9 – Time TBD

Robert Morris at Missouri State

Sunday, November 11 – Time TBD

Stetson at Missouri State


Lubbock Regional Rounds

United Supermarkets Arena– Lubbock, TX

Friday, November 9 – Time TBD

Mississippi Valley State at Texas Tech

Tuesday, November 13 – Time TBD

Southeastern Louisiana at Texas Tech


Lincoln Regional Rounds

Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, NE

Tuesday, November 6 – Time TBD

Mississippi Valley State at Nebraska

Sunday, November 11 – Time TBD

Southeastern Louisiana at Nebraska


Los Angeles Regional Rounds

Galen Center – Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday, November 6 – Time TBD

Robert Morris at USC

Wednesday, November 14 – Time TBD

Stetson at USC


Chicago - University of Nebraska wide receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. was one of the 10 players included on the 2018 preseason honors list released Monday morning in conjunction with 2018 Big Ten Media Day.


A panel of conference media members select 10 players – five from the East and West Divisions – as preseason nominations. Morgan, a two-time member of the Biletnikoff Award watch list, is the only wide receiver on the 10-player list.

Morgan leads an experienced Husker receiving corps, setting career bests with 61 catches, 986 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns in 2017. A second-team All-Big Ten pick, Morgan ranked second in the conference in receiving yards and touchdowns and fourth in catches per game as a junior. His 986 receiving yards broke the school record held by 1972 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers, while Morgan’s five 100-yard receiving games were the most by a Husker in school history. In Big Ten play, he was in the top five among conference receivers in 100-yard games (first), receiving yards per game (second) and receptions per game (fifth).

Morgan, along with seniors Jerald Foster and Mick Stoltenberg, will represent the Huskers at 2018 Big Ten Media Days in Chicago today and tomorrow. Fans can watch much of the action on BTN and online at and on the Fox Sports Go app beginning at 11 a.m. today.

2018 Big Ten Players to Watch


 Rashan Gary, Jr., DL, MICH
Brian Lewerke, Jr., QB, MSU
Nick Bosa, Jr., DE, OSU
J.K. Dobbins, So., RB, OSU


 Noah Fant, Jr., TE, IOWA
Stanley Morgan Jr., Sr., WR, NEB
Paddy Fisher, So., LB, NU
T.J. Edwards, Sr., LB, WIS
Jonathan Taylor, So., RB, WIS

Unanimous honoree in ALL CAPS 

Nebraska Preseason Big Ten Honorees (2011-Present)

 2018 - Stanley Morgan Jr., WR
2015 - Maliek Collins, DT
2015 - De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR
2014 - Ameer Abdullah, RB
2014 - Randy Gregory, DE
2013 - Taylor Martinez, QB
2012 - Rex Burkhead, RB
2011 - Jared Crick, DT
2011 - Lavonte David, LB


5th-6th grade division

Eagles 21 Cowboys 6

2nd qtr...Eagles..Miguel Garcia 65 yard run (Bryson
Gullion run)

2nd qtr...Eagles..Gullion 35 yard run (Trent Matson run)

3rd qtr...Eagles..Gullion 52 yard run (Tristan
Campbell run)

4th qtr...Cowboys..Dante Horner 21 yard run (PAT failed)

7th-8th grade division

Ravens 32 Colts 7

2nd qtr...Ravens..Canyon Hosick 6 yard run (Lucas
Wilson run)

2nd qtr...Ravens..Corbin Horner 71 yard run (Hosick run)

2nd qtr...Ravens..Hosick 21 yard TD pass to Lucas
Wilson (PAT failed)

3rd qtr...Ravens..Jacob Wilson 38 yard run (PAT failed)

4th qtr...Colts...Alex Anthony 4 yard run (Layton
Bortner run)

4th qtr...Ravens..Horner 42 yard run (PAT failed)


MNB Bank McCook is one win away from heading to the State American Legion Baseball Tournament.  MNB Bank has found themseleves in the Championship game which will take place tonight (Monday, July 23rd).  Live coverage can be heard on 93.9 The Zone and online


Updated B6 District Bracket