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Their Super-State status and scholarships from Big Ten West powerhouse programs are proof of that. Offense: 9 | Defense: 7Connor Ruth | RB/LB | 6-0 | 205 | Sr. C/DE Kyle Ruth, Aquinas, 6-2, 220, sr.: Earned all-conference, all-district and all-state honors a year ago, returns as the top lineman in C-1. But now as seniors, their roles as leaders will be expanded on their respective football teams. QB Matt Masker, Kearney Catholic, 6-2, 220, sr.: With 2,700 yards passing and 36 TDs, Masker is a definite threat in the pocket. They’re the guys their teammates pray at football practice they don’t get matched up with in a 1-on-1 drill, but look to the sky with praise of thanksgiving on Friday night that they’re all wearing the same jersey color. The offensive and defensive lines are young, and Seward will lean heavily on its linebackers. RB Dylan Kautz, Norfolk Catholic, 5-9, 175, jr.: The 100- and 200-meter state track champion had 1,253 yards as a sophomore. 8: Boone Central/Newman Grove at O’Neill, Lincoln Christian at Lincoln Lutheran, Wahoo at Norfolk Catholic. 15: Norfolk Catholic at Boone Central/Newman Grove, Aquinas at Columbus Scotus. 22: Aquinas at Bishop Neumann, Fairbury at Lincoln Christian. 29: Boys Town at Bishop Neumann, Norfolk Catholic at O’Neill. 13: Aquinas at Wahoo, Boone Central/Newman Grove at Columbus Scotus.
Here’s a look at all three players heading into the season. OT/DT Evan Welsh, Bishop Neumann, 6-0, 250, sr.: A returning all-stater and part of an experienced front for the Cavaliers.
He likes to compete, and the other kids feel that, and it motivates them to work hard as well."We have to be creative about how we can get the ball into Cam’s hands as much as possible this season because good things happen when it is." — Beatrice coach Kevin Meyer WORTH NOTING: Jurgens could easily pursue a college track career if he wanted.