2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl high school football rosters announced


The 2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl high school football rosters were announced this weekend with a number of local stars featured.

LINCOLN, NE —Today, the Shrine Bowl of Nebraska Board of Directors released the rosters for the 62nd Annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl Game.

Head Coaches Mark Macke (Lincoln High) and Ryan Thompson (Ashland-Greenwood) together with their coaching staffs each chose from nominated seniors in their designated regions to represent their respective high schools, as well as North or South, in the 2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl.

Frankie Allen III Papillion LaVista  Blake Anderson Skutt Catholic 
Mason Armstead Creighton Prep  Bladen Bayless Beatrice
Thomas Ault Bellevue West Dalys Beanum Millard West
Andrew Bednar Millard North  Cameryn Berry McCook
Kyler Beekman Elkhorn  Nate Boerkircher Aurora 
Nick Bohm Bennington  Davon Brees Centennial 
Kole Bordovsky Wahoo  Carter Brown Ogallala 
Sam Clarkson Scottsbluff  Drew Daum McCook 
Jack Dotzler Roncalli Catholic  Gage Dengel Bellevue East
Broc Douglass Grand Island  Tom Erwin York
Sabastian Harsh  Scottsbluff  Uzziah Vincent Freeman Boys Town
Tre’on Fairgood Jones Omaha North  Jacob Frezell-McClinton Omaha Central 
Ryan Fenoglio Roncalli Catholic  Tyson Gordon Skutt Catholic
Caleb Francl  Grand Island  Ashton Hausmann Norris
Isaac Gleason  Fullerton  Ty Hahn Johnson-Brock 
Kage Heisinger Pierce  Laken Harnly Lincoln Southwest 
Cooper Heusman  Chadron Isaiah Harris Millard South 
CJ Hoevet Ord  Jordan Kavlak Seward
Eli Hustad Elkhorn  Braden Kover Southern
Jaxon Johnson Bancroft-Rosalie  Abraham Hoskins III Omaha Central 
Preston Kellogg Papillion LaVista  Evan Johnson Adams Central 
Trevin Luben  Wahoo  Jett Janssen Lincoln East 
Keegan Menning Fremont  Bryce Kitrell Ashland-Greenwood
Mason Nieman Waverly   Tyler Lenz Seward 
Jack Paradis Elkhorn South  Jacob Ludwig Ashland-Greenwood
Nasire Perry  Creighton Prep  Ryan Marlatt Aurora 
Trevor Pfeifer Humphrey St. Francis  Aiden Oerter Norris
Jaylon Roussell Omaha Burke Tyler Palmer Scotus 
Rans Sanders GINW Blake Podany Gretna 
Eli Simonson Archbishop Bergan Timothy Prokupek  Plattsmouth
Easton Sixel Millard North  Andrew Rathman  Plattsmouth
Brady Soukup Blair  Dallas Rogers Papillion LaVista South 
Luke Stueve Battle Creek  Michael Rutherford Central City 
Nate Sullivan Bellevue West  Drake Sherman  Lincoln Southwest 
Dietrick Stolz GICC  Paxton Swanson Platteview 
Michael Terrano Lincoln High  Grant Tagge Westside 
Luke Wakehouse Tehamah-Herman Keaton VanHousen High Plains Community 
    Cal Weidemann Westside 
Mark Macke (HC) Lincoln High  Ryan Thompson (HC) Ashland-Greenwood
Rusty Fuller St. Paul  Jay Landstrom Omaha Central 
Josh Deines Sandhills Thedford  Evan Klanecky Centennial 
Bryan Soukup Blair  Troy Huebert Central City 
A.J. Santos Lincoln High  Nate Tonjes Ashland-Greenwood
Paul Cloutier Grand Island  Brant Loewe Skutt Catholic 

About the Nebraska Shrine Bowl
The Shrine Bowl of Nebraska is the state’s most prestigious high school all-star sports event.  The 501(c)(3) non-profit produces annual events and related activities to raise funds and awareness to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Shriners Hospitals for Children is a healthcare system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research, and outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals. Children up to the age of 18 are eligible for care and receive all services in a family-centered environment, regardless of the patients’ ability to pay.

The 62nd Annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl will be played Saturday, June 6, 2020, at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium on the campus of the University of Nebraska—Kearney.

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