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Coaches Clinic Will Be Held As Scheduled!

The Faith Regional Health Services and NEN All-Star Football Classic Coaches Clinic WILL BE HELD on Saturday, February 25 as previously scheduled! We hope everyone can still come! There are a couple of changes to the schedule. Here is the updated schedule. Clinic Presenters & Schedule: 8:15-9:00              REGISTRATION 9:00-9:50            Keynote Speaker – Dan McLaughlin, Head FB Coach – Wayne State College 9:50-10:00          Break 10:00-10:50        Keynote Speaker – Brian Keller, Head FB Coach – Nebraska Wesleyan 10:50-11:00        Break 11:00-11: 50       8-Man 

2017 Coaches Clinic Announced

Faith Regional Health Services & Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic Coaches’ Clinic Saturday, February 25th, 2017 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Faith Regional Health Services – Nebraska Room Norfolk, Nebraska $10.00 Pre-registration fee or $15.00 at the door Please join us for a fun, informative, and interactive day to talk football, connect with fellow coaches, and learn from some of the best coaches. Faith Regional Health Services as Title Sponsor of the Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic, in conjunction with

Coaching Staffs, Game Officials for 2017 All-Star Classic Announced by Board of Directors

Rod Brummels of Osmond High School and Chad Cattau of Hartington Cedar Catholic High School have been named head coaches for the 5th Annual Red vs. White Northeast Nebraska Football Classic, according to Tom Olson, President of the Classic’s Board of Directors. The 5th Annual game will be held on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Veteran’s Memorial Field in Norfolk. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. Olson, who is the Head Coach at Norfolk High School, said his Board of

Date Announced For 2017 Classic

The 5th Annual Red vs. White Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic will be played on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Veteran’s Memorial Field in Norfolk. Kickoff will be at 1 p.m.

DVD’s of 2016 Classic Available for Purchase

If you want to purchase a DVD of the NEN All-Star Football Classic game here is the info for ordering. They are $10 each. Inquiries for those should go to Jeff Pearson…jeff@newschannelnebraska.com <mailto:Pearson…jeff@newschannelnebraska.com> You can call 402-371-0100 and ask for Jeff Pearson to order, as well.

Official Game Statistics Released

Here are the official statistics for the 2016 Northeast Nebraska All-Star Classic Football Game: White Rushing Carries Yards TD Andrew Fangman 17 59 1 2 YDS. Gunner Fuelberth 12 16 Cole Mitchell 1 14 Derek Renner 4 11 Cody Mace 1 4 Aaron Wilken 1 -3 White Receiving Receptions Yards TD Kyle Kramer 3 84 1 75 YDS. Aaron Wilken 7 76 2 11 & 12 YDS Cody Mace 4 72 1 11 YDS. Tanner Hudson 3 59 Kyle Wemhoff

All-Star Band and Cheerleaders Performed At 2016 Classic

The fans, players and coaches enjoyed having the All-Star Classic Band perform at the 2016 Classic. The band is comprised of musicians from area school and directed by a team of area band directors. This year’s directors were Todd Cook, Clint Dennis, Samantha Hahn, Carrie Jensen, Nate Metschke, Mike Sindt and Brad Weber. The band played the Star Spangled Banner before the game, during time-outs and presented a Tribute To America for their halftime show. Here are some additional shots

Hochstein Inspires Athletes At Banquet

The guest speaker for the 2016 Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic banquet held Friday, June 10 was Russ Hochstein a native of Hartington and former NU Husker and NFL player. Hochstein was an All-State football player who attended Hartington Cedar Catholic High School. He went on to have a successful career at the University of Nebraska, where he was named All-Big 12 for the Cornhuskers. After his college career, he played professional football for 12 seasons. He was drafted by

2016 NEN All-Star Classic Player Award Winners

Each year there are several player awards for each team – Best Teammate, Offensive Player of the Game and Defensive Player of the Game. The Best Teammate award is voted on by the team members and the Offensive and Defensive Player awards are determined by the coaching staffs and Board of Directors. Best Teammate for the Red Team was Cade Kalkowski from Niobrara HIgh School and Best Teammate for the White Team was Drew Lanman from Battle Creek High School.

Arnie Johnson Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award

State champion football coach Arnie Johnson of Boone Central/Newman Grove was the third recipient of the Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic Lifetime Achievement Award. Johnson ended his illustrious football coaching career with a resounding 54-14 victory over Ashland-Greenwood to win the Nebraska School Activities Association Class C-1 State Championship game for Boone Central/Newman Grove in 2014. Johnson began his coaching and teaching career in Howells in 1979. He spent eight seasons in Howells before moving to Albion where he spent