Striv 5 – 9.23.16

Striv 5 – 9.23.16

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Class B, No. 5 McCook (4-0) at Class B, No. 6 York (3-1): A game that could be decided by field position and turnovers. The Bison have given up just 19 points in four wins and the Dukes have allowed just 14 since a 34-3 opening week loss to top-ranked Elkhorn South. Zach Schlager and Dunncan Fassler lead the Bison rushing attack that is near 1,200 yards this season. Duke defense will counter with Nebraksa pledge Masry Mapieu. | WATCH York Striv Channel

Fillmore Central (3-1) at Class C-2, No. 6 Centennial (4-0): The Broncos have been an early surprise to the season with opening wins over state-ranked Central City and Yutan. Balanced attack for coach Evan Klanecky is lead by quarterback Wyatt Ehkers (675 passing, 132 rushing) and tailback Ryan Schuelter who has 425 yards rushing. | WATCH Centennial Striv Channel

Class D-1, No. 2 Perkins County (4-0) at Hemingford (3-1): Can the Bobcats turn the table on the Plainsmen who upset a highly ranked Hemingford team last year? If so, coach Jordan Haas’ defense must slow down the backfield duo of Charles Johnson and Derek Sis. | WATCH Hemingford Striv Channel

Clarkson/Leigh (2-1) at East Butler (1-2): A game that could likely determine a playoff berth for either team. The Patriots have one of the top backs in Class D-1 with Bradley Bunner who has 537 yards rushing in three games. East Butler is led on offense by quarterback Dalton Bohac (346 passing, 146 rushing). | WATCH East Butler Striv Channel

Six-Man No. 7 Deshler (3-0) at Six-Man, No. 9 Harvard (2-1): First season of six-man for Harvard and they have adapted nicely with coach Scott Trimble after an opening loss to No. 2 St. Edward. Sophomore quarterback Corey Marshall has thrown for 155 yards and junior running back Tucker Scherbarth has 511 yards rushing on just 56 attempts. Dragons have matched win total of previous two seasons already with Payton Dubbert at quarterback. | WATCH Harvard Striv Channelgotw-badge-week4Channel Seed Game of the Week: Class D1, No. 3 High Plains (3-0) at Class D1, No. 9 Palmer (4-0): In the first ever streamed FOOTBALL game at Palmer, the Tigers are riding high after a win over Burwell last week.  Coach Nathan Glause rolls out the Reimers’ boys for one more season, Kaden at QB, Hunter at RB.  Storm head coach Greg Wood let’s his “point guard” Thomas Young distribute the ball to some very capable backs in a variety of ways. | WATCH Palmer Striv Channel

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