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Sunderman To Lead Board of Directors

Mike Sunderman of Norfolk was recently elected to the office of president of the Board of Directors of the NEN All-Star Football Classic. Other officers elected or re-elected were Vice President Jeff Bellar of Norfolk Catholic, Secretary Tim Brogan of Norfolk and Treasurer Dennis Dolliver of Wayne. Tom Olson will move to the office of Past President. The term of office is two years. In other business the Board of Directors re-hired Phyllis Wood as Director of Football Operations. The

2018 Official Game Stats Released

Score: White 40 – Red 35 White Rushing Carries Yards TD Alex Thramer 8 66 1 9 Yards Hunter Pilakowski 14 49 1 2 Yards Matt Hoffmann 12 37 1 2 Yards Stone Kraft 1 6 White Receiving Receptions Yards TD Stone Kraft 8 156 2 5 and 35 Yards Cody Nelson 6 108 1 8 Yards Nolan Kosch 4 51 Pierce Eisenmenger 1 15 Hunter Pilakowski 2 10 Justin Appleby 1 5 Matt Hoffmann 1 3 White Passing Completions

2018 Classic Photo Gallery

Another Great Article on 2018 Classic

Thanks to the Cedar County News for sharing their article about the 2018 NEN All-Star Football Classic! Follow this link to see it for yourself:      

2018 NEN All-Star Football Classic Band Adds Atmosphere To The Game

Again this year fans enjoyed seeing and hearing the 2018 All-Star Band. The band directors and members are from area schools. Band members meet on Tuesday through Friday afternoon/evening preparing for the game. Their preparation culminated with a concert, this year at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home in Norfolk, as well as the game. Band members earning awards were most improved Tyson Junck, Randolph and outstanding band member Trevor Zellmer, Pierce Congratulations to directors and band members on a great half

Player Awards for 2018 NEN All-Star Football Classic

These players were named to the following awards: Most Valuable Teammate (as chosen by players before the game): White – Stone Kraft (Battle Creek) Red – Dalton Tremayne (Ponca)   White Team Awards: Offensive Player of Game – Alex Thramer (O’Neill) Defensive Player of Game – White – MJ Montgomery (Norfolk) Red Team Awards: Offensive Player of Game – Mason Lee (Wayne) Defensive Player of Game – Kellby Schaefer (Norfolk Catholic)

Cheerleaders Pep Up the Crowd

The 2018 NEN All-Star Football Classic had cheerleading squads from three area high schools this year to lead cheers and pep up the teams and crowds. The schools were Wayne High, Norfolk High and Battle Creek. A BIG thank you and Go Team! to these young ladies and their sponsors!

2018 NEN All-Star Football Classic Awards Announced at Game

The Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic honored two men who have made significant contributions to the game of football for the past 40 years. Mike Fuehrer received the Lifetime Contributor Award, and, Chuck Ross of Wisner-Pilger received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the game. Here are the honorees: Lifetime Contributor Mike Fuehrer graduated from Norfolk Senior High School in 1976 and earned an Associate of Arts Degree in Journalism from Northeast Community College in 1978. He served the Northeast Nebraska

Future Wildcats shine in record-setting all-star game By TOM BEHMER

Contact: The White team posted a 40-35 win over the Reds in the Northeast Nebraska all-star football game Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park. Catch some of the highlights in the video. Visit… It wasn’t surprising that Wayne State College coach Dan McLaughlin spent a little extra time wandering the sideline following the White team’s 40-35 win over the Reds in the Northeast Nebraska all-star football game Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park. McLaughlin had just watched a pair of

2018 Player-Coach Banquet Held

The 6th annual Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic Banquet was held Friday evening, June 8 at the Norfolk Catholic Activities Center. The banquet honored the players, coaches and officials that will perform in the Classic being played at noon at Veteran’s Memorial Field in Norfolk on Saturday, June 9. The meal was catered by First Choice Catering of Norfolk. The featured speaker this year was head football coach Jeff Bellar of Norfolk Catholic. He compared football to life, encouraging the