Feb 10, 2020 1:59 PM

Teams announced for 2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl

Posted Feb 10, 2020 1:59 PM
By: Mike Glesinger
By: Mike Glesinger

The Shrine Bowl of Nebraska Board of Directors released the rosters for the 62nd Annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl Game on Saturday.

Head Coaches Mark Macke (Lincoln High) and Ryan Thompson (Ashland-Greenwood) together with their coaching staffs each chose from nominated seniors in their designated regions to represent their respective high schools, as well as North or South, in the 2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl.


Frankie Allen III---Papillion LaVista

Mason Armstead---Creighton Prep

Thomas Ault---Bellevue West

Andrew Bednar---Millard North

Kyler Beekman---Elkhorn

Nick Bohm---Bennington

Kole Bordovsky---Wahoo

Sam Clarkson---Scottsbluff

Jack Dotzler---Roncalli Catholic

Broc Douglass---Grand Island

Sabastian Harsh---Scottsbluff

Tre'on Fairgood Jones---Omaha North

Ryan Fenoglio---Roncalli Catholic

Caleb Francl---Grand Island

Isaac Gleason---Fullerton

Kage Heisinger---Pierce

Cooper Heusman---Chadron

CJ Hoevet---Ord

Eli Hustad---Elkhorn

Jaxon Johnson---Bancroft-Rosalie

Preston Kellogg---Papillion LaVista

Trevin Luben---Wahoo

Keegan Menning---Fremont

Mason Nieman---Waverly

Jack Paradis---Elkhorn South

Nasire Perry---Creighton Prep

Trevor Pfeifer---Humphrey St. Francis

Jaylon Roussell---Omaha Burke

Rans Sanders---GINW

Eli Simonson---Archbishop Bergan

Easton Sixel---Millard North

Brady Soukup---Blair

Luke Stueve---Battle Creek

Nate Sullivan---Bellevue West

Dietrick Stolz---GICC

Michael Terrano---Lincoln High

Luke Wakehouse---Tehamah-Herman


Mark Macke (HC)---Lincoln High

Rusty Fuller---St. Paul

Josh Deines---Sandhills Thedford

Bryan Soukup---Blair

A.J. Santos---Lincoln High

Paul Cloutier---Grand Island


Blake Anderson---Skutt Catholic

Bladen Bayless---Beatrice

Dalys Beanum ---Millard West

Cameryn Berry---McCook

Nate Boerkircher---Aurora

Carter Brown---Ogallala

Davon Brees---Centennial

Drew Daum---McCook

Gage Dengel---Bellevue East

Tom Erwin---York

Uzziah Vincent Freeman---Boys Town

Ashton Hausmann---Norris

Jacob Frezell-McClinton---Omaha Central

Tyson Gordon---Skutt Catholic

Ty Hahn---Johnson-Brock

Braden Kover---Southern

Laken Harnly---Lincoln Southwest

Isaiah Harris---Millard South

Jordan Kavlak---Seward

Abraham Hoskins III---Omaha Central

Evan Johnson--- Adams Central

Jett Janssen---Lincoln East

Bryce Kitrell---Ashland-Greenwood

Tyler Lenz---Seward

Jacob Ludwig---Ashland-Greenwood

Ryan Marlatt---Aurora

Aiden Oerter---Norris

Tyler Palmer---Scotus

Blake Podany---Gretna

Timothy Prokupek---Plattsmouth

Andrew Rathman ---Plattsmouth

Dallas Rogers---Papillion LaVista South

Michael Rutherford---Central City

Drake Sherman ---Lincoln Southwest

Paxton Swanson---Platteview

Grant Tagge---Westside

Keaton VanHousen---High Plains Community

Cal Weidemann---Westside


Ryan Thompson (HC)---Ashland-Greenwood

Jay Landstrom---Omaha Central

Evan Klanecky---Centennial

Troy Huebert---Central City

Nate Tonjes---Ashland-Greenwood

Brant Loewe---Skutt Catholic

The 62nd annual Shrine Bowl of Nebraska game will take place June 6th at 2:00 PM CT, at the University of Kearney campus at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium Foster Field

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Feb 10, 2020 1:59 PM
CSC 🥎: Eagles homer six times in Saturday split

By: Kaleb Center, CSC Sports Information Director

LUBBOCK, Texas – February 8, 2020 – Chadron State College senior outfielder Angelica Maples hit three home runs Saturday, including a three-RBI shot against Texas-Permian Basin's top returning pitcher from 2019, as the Eagles clipped the Falcons 13-2 but fell 10-5 to Oklahoma Baptist University in Lubbock.

Maples hit solo homers in both games as well. She finished the day 3-for-7 with five RBI and three runs scored.

CSC scored its first two runs of the day on solo homers after OBU grabbed a 3-0 lead in the second. Bison pitcher Katie Long struck out four of the first six Eagles batters, before Maples caught her to lead off the third inning.

File Photo: Angelica Maples

Leading off the fourth, CSC freshman third baseman Sloane Quijas repeated the feat, and the game was tied three batters later, when freshman Mackenzi Kroll sacrificed junior Alyx Gragg forward and senior Allie Mason singled her home to make it 3-3.

OBU used a pair of home runs and a CSC error to break the game open in the bottom of the fourth, going 6-for-9 in the inning and claiming a 10-3 advantage.

Kroll's two-run shot in the sixth, which plated Gragg making it 10-5, was the only other time the Eagles managed to score. It was a second consecutive game in which Kroll, who pinch-hit for Bailey Rominger on Friday, managed to put a pitch over the wall.

Junior Tia Kohl took her second loss in as many days for the Eagles, while Aspen Younce, entering a tie game in the fourth, was credited the win for the Bison.

CSC fared much better in the latter half of the day, when Gragg's RBI single in the first inning against UTPB, and her two-run homer in the second, provided all the offense needed in a 13-2 afternoon romp.

Gragg batted 4-for-4 in the win, finishing the day 6-of-8 with five runs scored to lead Chadron State.

Freshman DeAnna Barrera scattered four hits over six innings and struck out eight, leading the Eagles to victory for the second time in as many tries. Permian Basin Freshman Abby Cousins took her first loss of the season.

Highlights from the second game include two of Maples' three home runs on the day, as well as the Eagles' final two at-bats, when everyone in the first seven batting slots got at least one base hit, and CSC piled up nine runs to end the game in the sixth.

CSC concludes its Lubbock trip with two more contests on Sunday.

The Eagles, who are now 2-2 after two days, play Southern Nazarene University at 11 a.m. MT. They conclude with a non-conference game against the University of Colorado Colorado Springs at 1 p.m. That final contest was added at the last minute to replace a cancelled matchup with Eastern New Mexico.