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2021 Omaha GameTime High School Football Preview

A look at the 2021 Omaha GameTime Schedule and five teams to keep an eye on during the season. Watch the games on YurView Omaha (Cox channel 13), or live streams available on watch.yurview.com.

Trent Brehm: Purpose is No Problem

Trent Brehm doesn’t have any stars in the recruiting rankings. He’s not being pursued by the Blue Bloods of college football. His is by no means a household name. His high school, Papillion-LaVista South, is bounded to the north by highway 370 and farmland to the south. It’s on the absolute outer reaches of...
Koby Bretz

The Maturation of Koby Bretz

Koby Bretz hasn’t been dragged down by the dizzying circumstances of the year that is 2020. His arrow is pointed firmly skyward. Fortune continues to favor the talented senior safety and wide receiver from Omaha Westside High School. He’s locked up a scholarship offer from the University of Nebraska, his dream school. He and his...
Alex Bullock Creighton Preparatory Athletics

Studied and Steady: Creighton Prep’s Alex Bullock

Editor's Note: As of 9/29/20 Alex has received a Preferred Walk-on offer to join his brother at The University of Nebraska. Football I.Q. is a term that’s often tossed around by coaches and recruiting specialists alike. Stereotypically, it describes a good football player whose measurables don’t stack up well against others. You know the story. He’s...
Keegan Johnson Bellevue West

Keeping The Tradition: Keagan Johnson Lives Up To Legacy

At Bellevue West High School, Keagan Johnson’s name comes with an expectation. He’s supposed to be good — if not great— at football. He’s lived under the watchful eye of fans, coaches and casual observers since at least junior high. It’s a microscope under which several high school football players in Omaha are currently living....
Bo Wieseler Elkhorn South

Elkhorn South’s Bo Wieseler is Betting on Himself

Linebackers tend to come in two flavors. The first is the one you notice immediately. He’s the player flying around the field with his hair on fire, barking at opponents and teammates alike. He’s the center of attention. The second is more subdued. His contributions tend to show up in results far more than displays and...
Isaac_Zatechka Elkhorn South

The Steadying Influence of Elkhorn South’s Isaac Zatechka

2020 hasn’t been easy on anyone. That might be the understatement of the decade. In particular, the sporting world has been beset with plenty of heartache. The monotony of solo workouts has been taxing. The limits on travel have been frustrating. The uncertainty is still daunting. Amid cancellations, postponements and general discomfort, nobody would begrudge the...
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Who to Watch for in Nebraska’s High School Football Playoffs

The 2019 high school football season in Nebraska’s Class A has been wild. Eight teams finished the season 7-2 or better. The two undefeated teams — Millard West and Bellevue West— have won all of their games by at least 10 points. The playoffs in 2019 should be equally as entertaining as the regular season, with several high-powered potential match-ups throughout the proceedings.
Isaiah Harris Millard South

Running Down the Dream: Millard South’s Isaiah Harris is Staying Patient

The list of attributes that define the ideal running back are well known — speed, power, vision, and patience all make the list. Watch any of Isaiah Harris’s highlights, and you’ll see everything you need.
Teddy Prochazka University of Nebraska Commit Elkhorn South

Teddy Prochazka’s Big Commitment

Big guys are common in football games. It’s almost a prerequisite, especially for offensive linemen in today’s game, to be among the largest human beings walking the Earth. Football players are big. But “big” probably doesn’t do justice to Teddy Prochazka, junior offensive tackle for Elkhorn South High school. “I think that his height is what...