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Friday's scoreboard

How'd your favorite teams do this evening? No matter the venue, check back with the Online Edition for the latest scores, along with highlights you're not going to find anywhere else.




Trojans' two platoons march past Cardinals

Click To EnlargeAtlantic illustrated the benefits of two-platoon football Friday night. The Trojans, with no two-way starters, methodically wore down a thinner Clarinda squad, limiting the Cardinals to 94 total yards in a 34-0 non-district football victory before a reporter-estimated 1,200 at the Trojan Bowl.


Also:
Lincoln East evens record at Grand Island's expense
Lincoln East evens record at Grand Island's expense


Gesch wins shooting title, then heads to camp

Josh Gesch, who graduated in May from Lincoln High, is among 15 young trap shooters from throughout the nation attending a training camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Gesch was the only Nebraskan selected to attend the session.




Chiefs, Gonzalez agree to 7-year pact

Click To EnlargeKansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez has agreed to a seven-year deal worth more than $31 million, with a $10 million signing bonus that is the most any National Football League tight end has received.




Gill provides calming influence

Click To EnlargeNebraska junior quarterback Jammal Lord is about to enter the lions' den, 107,000 fans and a national television audience at Penn State. "It's just like any other game for me," Lord said. "I'm just trying to stay mellow." The mellow fellow will be OK when the Huskers meet No. 25 Penn State on Saturday night, NU Quarterbacks Coach Turner Gill said. How does Gill know this? Twenty years ago, he was in Lord's shoes.


Also:
Thursday's Husker Report


Injuries end days as a Ram, Crouch says

Behrns says Midwestern State no patsy

Wesleyan men are ranked first in cross country

Chicago-area guard commits to Nebraska

Relaxed Nash makes splash with Creighton soccer team

Saturday's TV/Radio schedules



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