Watch a full game replay of Omaha Central vs. Omaha Bryan (Nebraska) high school football.
Omaha Central ended its two-game skid with a comprehensive 56-0 victory over Omaha Bryan. The Eagles never punted, scoring touchdowns on six consecutive offensive possessions while adding two interceptions returned for touchdowns.
Central needed only 13 plays to score six offensive touchdowns. Central’s only possession that didn’t end in a touchdown lasted eight plays and ended in a turnover on downs late in the fourth quarter.
Eagles quarterback Abraham Hoskins III, a South Dakota State commit, rushed for two scores in the first half, matching running back Deanthony Bridgeford-Jackett’s two rushing scores. The pair accounted for 101 of Central’s 232 rushing yards. Neither played a down in the second half.
Omaha Central middle linebacker Christian Simmons corralled two of the three interceptions thrown by Bryan quarterback Toby Wingender on the night. Simmons returned the first of the two for a 19-yard touchdown early in the second quarter.
Central faced short fields on offense for most of the first half. Omaha Bryan’s punting unit averaged only 23.7 yards per punt and was frequently kicking from deep in its own territory. The longest drive for the Eagles in the first half was just 39 yards. Central finished with just 244 total yards despite the high number of touchdowns.
With a halftime score of 42-0 in favor of Central, the running clock rule was in effect for the entirety of the second half. Bryan’s offense was never able to get on track and finished the game with only 27 yards of total offense.
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