Published Monday, December 23, 2013 at 12:01 am / Updated at 11:29 pm
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2013 Nebraska high school football record-setters

School-record performances during the 2013 Nebraska high school football season, as reported to Stu Pospisil by coaches on their all-state nomination forms, with state records noted:

Individuals

SCORING

Points, career: 316, Isaac Wallace, Ralston; 220, Drew Klein, Papillion-La Vista South; 214, Logan Lewis, Sidney

Points, season: 258 (A record), Calvin Strong, Omaha North; 238, Wallace; 160, Klein; 142, Lewis

Points, game: 48 (B record, ties modern 11-man record), Wallace vs. Omaha Roncalli; 36 (ties A record), Klein vs. Omaha Benson, and Clay Fisher, Millard North, vs. Omaha Westside; 30 (tie), Mark Jarecki, Columbus LV; 28, Lewis

Touchdowns, career: 52, Wallace

Touchdowns, season: 43 (A record), Strong; 39 (B record), Wallace; 35, Garrett Sonderup, Fullerton; 26, Klein; 23, Tyler Brown, Heartland

Touchdowns, game: 8 (B record, ties modern 11-man record), Wallace, vs. Roncalli; 6 (ties A record), Klein and Fisher

TOTAL OFFENSE

Yards, career: 9,567 (A record), Alec Ditoro, Papillion-LV; 5,981, Jacob Morrill, Creighton

Yards, season: 4,250, Jackson Sudbeck, Wynot; 3,128, Alex Kunz, Stuart; 2,644, Alex Brehmer, Lyons-Decatur; 2,096, Austin Conn, Wausa; 1,745, Jason Hansen, Tekamah-Herman

Yards, game: 406, Isaac Wallace, Ralston

Per-game average, season: 386.4, Sudbeck

Touchdowns rushing and passing, career: 108, Ditoro; 95, Nolan Nordhues, Randolph

Touchdowns rushing and passing, season: 66, Sudbeck; 51, Kunz; 44, Brehmer; 21, Bruce Schulenberg, Scribner-Snyder

RUSHING

Yards, career: 5,981, Jacob Morrill, Creighton; 5,595, Jake Paulsen, Cozad; 5,137, Jordan Slough, Doniphan-Trumbull; 4,100, Isaac Wallace, Ralston; 3,319, Logan Lewis, Sidney; 2,169, Hayden Johnson, Norfolk

Yards, season: 3,008 (state record), Calvin Strong, Omaha North; 2,641 (6-Man record), Travis Hoover, Hyannis; 2,549, Wallace; 2,165, Drew Klein, Papillion-LV South; 2,094, Ethan Skinner, Hemingford; 2,053, Lewis; 1,939, Morrill; 1,746, Alex Kunz, Stuart; 1,662, Shaka Taylor, Norfolk Lutheran; 1,641, Arlie Myers, Omaha Brownell-Talbot; 1,607, Dylan Loberg, Randolph; 1,412, Jonathon Withrow, Kimball; 1,319, Tyler Brown, Heartland; 1,073, Bruce Schulenberg, Scribner-Snyder

Yards, game: 406 (B record), Wallace; 388, Robby Heesacker, Humphrey; 373, Klein; 371, Ryan Hughes, Mead; 339, Alex Thomsen, Palmyra; 306, Lewis; 266, Withrow; 241, Johnson, Norfolk

Per-game average, season: 231.7 (B record), Wallace; 231.4 (A record), Strong.

Touchdowns, career: 50, Wallace; 41, Nolan Nordhues, Randolph; 29, Lewis

Touchdowns, season: 43 (A record), Strong; 37, Wallace; 35, Skinner; 35, Garrett Sonderup, Fullerton; 34, Morrill; 34, Kunz; 28, Loberg; 21, Brown; 20, Lewis

Touchdowns, game: 6 (ties A record), Klein and Clay Fisher, Millard North; 4, Lewis

Carries, career: 650, Lewis; 395, Johnson, Norfolk

Carries, season: 373, Lewis; 355, Calvin Strong, Omaha North

Carries, game: 51, Heesacker; 40, Klein

Per-carry average, career: 8.1, Mark Jarecki, Columbus LV

Per-carry average, season: 8.4, Christian Best, Elm Creek

Per-carry average, game: 17.1, Jarecki

Longest TD run: 99, Thomsen

400-yard games, season: 2 (consecutive), Wallace

300-yard games, season: 2 (consecutive), Wallace

200-yard games, season: 9, Strong; 7, Wallace; 4, Klein

100-yard games, career: 24, Strong

Consecutive 100-yard games: 20, Strong; 10, Klein, Wallace

Four 1,000-yard seasons: Morrill

PASSING

Yards, career: 8,451 (11-man record), Alec Ditoro, Papillion-LV; 6,641, Jackson Sudbeck, Wynot; 5,671, Jack Shadley, Columbus LV; 4,573, TD Stein, Chadron; 4,128, Taylor Reedy, Norfolk; 3,967, Eliott Gloeb, Fremont; 3,039, Alex Thomsen, Palmyra; 2,924, Trev Lovell, Bellevue East; 2,758, Jayden Swensen, Omaha Benson

Yards, season: 3,570, Sudbeck; 2,529 (B record), Linden Kaliff, York; 2,193, Christian Hagan, Omaha Westside; 2,000, Pierce Almond, Grand Island; 1,972, Chaz Dunn, Falls City SH; 1,904, Gloeb; 1,876, Swensen; 1,702, Lovell; 1,691, Jason Hansen, Tekamah-Herman; 1,386, Isaac Frerichs, Freeman; 1,382, Alex Kunz, Stuart; 1,184, Thomsen

Yards, game: 460, Sudbeck; 437 (C-1 record), Alex Allen, Grand Island CC vs. Minden; 405, Swensen; 396, Gloeb; 269, Thomsen

Per-game average, season: 324.5, Sudbeck; 208.5, Swensen; 170.2, Lovell

Completions, career: 653 (11-man record), Ditoro; 434, Sudbeck; 386, Shadley; 325, Reedy; 212, Swensen

Completions, season: 227, Sudbeck; 155, Kaliff; 153, Hagan; 142, Swensen

Completions, game: 31 (ties A record), Ditoro; 27, Gloeb; 22, Swensen

Completion percentage, career: .646 (A record), Ditoro; .550, Shadley

Completion percentage, season: .725, Dunn

Touchdowns, career: 93 (11-man record), Ditoro; 62, Shadley; 54, Nolan Nordhues, Randolph; 36, Thomsen; 29, Lovell; 25, Gloeb; 23, Swensen

Touchdowns, season: 57, Sudbeck; 36, Dunn; 33, Matthew Wood, Hemingford; 24, Hagan; 22, Frerichs; 19, Swensen, Hansen; 18, Lovell; 17, Kunz; 14 (tie), Thomsen; 12, Gloeb

Touchdowns, game: 10 (ties 8-man record), Sudbeck; 5 (tie), Swensen; 5 (tie), Shadley; 4 (tie), Cole Mitchell, Oakland-Craig; 4 (tie), Thomsen; 4 (tie), Hansen; 4 (tie), Gloeb

Attempts, career: 815, Sudbeck; 705, Shadley; 566, Reedy

Attempts, season: 385, Sudbeck

RECEIVING

Yards, career: 2,965, Davis Wieseler, Wynot; 2,592 (A record), RJ Urzendowski, Omaha Creighton Prep; 2,334, CJ Johnson, Bellevue West; 1,683, Jacob Hjorth, Norfolk; 1,570, Dash Cameron, Tekamah-Herman; 1,357, Wyatt Schoenholz, BDS; 1,169, Jamaal Conway-Parker, Omaha Westside; 767, Brady Pelzer, Bellevue East

Yards, season: 1,794, Wieseler; 1,364 (A record), Johnson; 1,127, Urzendowski; 1,007, Conway-Parker; 852, Hjorth; 771, Cameron; 712, Tyree Peter, Omaha Benson; 705, Robert Edgren, Bertrand; 628, Pelzer; 606, Dylan MacKichan, Freeman

Yards, game: 205, Tremayne Ross, Omaha Benson

Receptions, career: 186 (8--man record), Wieseler; 156, Urzendowski; 140, Hjorth; 101, Cameron; 84, Conway-Parker; 81, Schoenholz; 58, Trev Mumm, Thayer Central; 55, Tommy Walther, Bellevue East

Receptions, season: 95, Wieseler; 79, Johnson; 72, Hjorth; 70, Urzendowski; 70, Conway-Parker; 38, Pelzer; 32, MacKichan

Receptions, game: 21 (11-man record), Reid Matthias, Papillion-La Vista, vs. Millard West; 12, Conway-Parker; 9, Ross

Touchdowns, career: 26, Urzendowski; 11 (tie), Conway-Parker; 9, Pelzer

Touchdowns, season: 22, Wieseler; 13, Mitchell Ruybalid, Blue Hill; 12, Cameron; 10, Ross; 9, Pelzer; 9, Cameron Kiner, Oakland-Craig; 9 (tie), Conway-Parker;

Touchdowns, game: 4 (C-1 record), Austin Urkoski, Columbus LV vs. Madison; 3, Peter; Ross; 2, Conway-Parker

Longest TD reception: 79, Christopher Konicek, Clarkson/Leigh

KICKING

Field goals, career: 11, Daniel Maganda, Schuyler

Field goals, season: 13 (B record), Bryce Lyons, McCook

Field goals, game: 4, Christian Hagan, Omaha Westside

Extra points, career: 62, Austin Urkoski, Columbus LV

Extra points, season: 59, Urkoski; 40, Chris Hahn, Bellevue West

Extra points, game: 9, Urkoski.

Longest field goal: 58 (C-2 record), Drew McClellen, North Platte St. Patrick’s vs. Cambridge; 48, Billy Greco, Papillion-La Vista South; 45, Sean Petersen, Blair

Touchbacks, season: 86, Haralabidis

RETURNS

Kickoff-return touchdowns, game: 2, RJ Urzendowski, Omaha Creighton Prep vs. Omaha Bryan (2012)

Longest TD return: 98, Drew Klein, Papillion-La Vista South

Career kickoff return yardage: 522, Klein

DEFENSE

Interceptions, career: 15, Wyatt Schoenholz, BDS

Interceptions, season: 5 (tie), Malcolm Barrett, Bellevue East

Tackles, career: 385, Derek Method, Tekamah-Herman; 355, Tom Martig, Omaha Northwest

Tackles, season: 167, Mason Dexter, Stuart; 158, Ryan Neujahr, Gibbon; 154, Jake Reader, Kimball; 132, Blake Bubak, Columbus

Tackles, game: 29, Mitch Penney, Platteview; 22, Martig

Assisted tackles, career: 150, Spencer Knopp, O’Neill

Assisted tackles, season: 84, David Fox, O’Neill

Assisted tackles, game: 20, Robert Nordby, O’Neill

Tackle points, season: 197, Bubak

Sacks, career: 24, Kyle Temple, Norfolk

Sacks, season: 12, Trevor Ramm, Stuart; 11.5, Temple

Tackles for loss, season: 20 (tie), Dallas McBride, McCook

TEAM

Consecutive wins: 27, David City Aquinas

Wins, season: 12, Omaha North; 11, Stuart; 9 (tie), Ralston

Points, season: 767, Falls City SH; 576, Nebraska Lutheran; 396, Ralston

Points, game: 70, Ralston vs. Roncalli

Points, half: 63, Omaha Westside vs. Omaha Benson

Points, quarter: 56, Columbus LV vs. Fairbury

Scoring average: 59.0, Falls City SH; 57.6, Nebraska Lutheran; 38, Omaha Westside

Yards, season: 5,315, Wynot

Yards, game: 508, Omaha Westside

Per-game average: 483.2, Wynot

Rushing yards, season: 3,486, Ralston; 3,030, Nebraska Lutheran

Rushing yards, game: 542, Ralston vs. Omaha Roncalli

Passing yards, season: 3,712, Wynot; 2,291, Omaha Westside; 1,713, Bellevue East

Passing yards, per game: 337.5, Wynot; 176, Westside; 171.3, Bellevue East

Passing touchdowns, season: 59, Wynot; 18, Bellevue East

Touchdowns, season: 80, Wynot

Interceptions, season: 18, Stuart

NSAA playoff records

Team

Consecutive appearances: 27 (state record), Falls City SH

Individual

CLASS A

Field goals, series: 7, Christian Hagan, Omaha Westside

Field goals, game: 4, Hagan vs. Omaha Creighton Prep

Longest kickoff return: 97, Skyler Monaghan, Millard West vs. Westside

CLASS B

Rushing yards, game: 404, Isaac Wallace, Ralston vs. Elkhorn

Touchdowns, game: 6 (tie), Wallace, vs. Elkhorn

CLASS C-2

Touchdowns, series: 16, Jordan Slough, Doniphan-Trumbull

Longest field goal: 58, Drew McClellen, North Platte St. Patrick’s vs. Cambridge

Field goals, game: 3 (tie), McClellen vs. Cambridge

EIGHT MAN-2

Kickoff return: 79, Cody Aspenleiter, Medicine Valley, vs. Shelton

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