Papillion-La Vista’s 10 seniors finished their high school careers the only way they knew how: dominating their opponent. Papio beat North Platte 12-3 on Friday to finish their season 36-0 and win the state title in back to back years.
As you go down the list, there are quite a few things that could’ve brought the Creighton Prep football team together this season.The first thing that comes to mind is a huge comeback win against Millard West in week five.
Millard South head coach Andy Means is certainly happy to be 3-1, but he feels his team’s first four games showed some glaring issues that needed corrected.The Patriots had week five off because their originally scheduled opponent was an OPS school.
Koby Bretz found the endzone twice in the first quarter on Friday against Papillion-La Vista. Both times, it was on a pass from quarterback Cole Payton.Bretz, a 6′ 200 pound senior, is set to play defense for the Cornhuskers in college, but in his senior year, he’ll play every snap of the game if given the opportunity.