Nebraska School Activities Association announces NSAA Cup winners

The Nebraska School Activities Association announced the final standings for The NSAA Cup, the NSAA All-Activities Award for Nebraska high schools. 

The annual awards program began in the fall of 2006 to recognize the state’s most successful high school athletic and fine arts programs, presents awards to the twelve Nebraska high schools which earn the most points during the school year by participating in NSAA education-based activity programs.  The NSAA Cup is presented to the winning schools in the four classes of the All-School Division, Girls Division and Boys Division during special ceremonies the following fall.  Lincoln Southwest won the Class ‘A’ Overall & Girls Standings while Omaha Creighton Prep claimed the Class ‘A’ Boys Standings while Norfolk High finished fifth.  Omaha Skutt won the Class ‘B’ Overall & Boys Standings while Elkhorn claimed the Class ‘B’ Girls Standings.  In the Class ‘C’ Overall Standings, Kearney Catholic is the champion with 362.5 points.  The won by five points.  Norfolk Catholic was fourth with 285 and Columbus Scotus finished eighth with 264.167 points.  Norfolk Catholic claimed the Class ‘C’ Boys Standings with 245 points.  They won by 32.5 points.  West Holt tied for ninth place with 160.  In the Class ‘C’ Girls Standings, Bishop Neumann is the champion with 222.5 points.  They won by 15 points.  Columbus Scotus was fourth with 189.167 points.  In the Class ‘D’ Overall Standings, Archbishop Bergan is first with 372.5 points.  Mullen was second with 282.5, Hartington/Newcastle & Humphrey High tied for third with 237.5 points, Humphrey St. Francis was sixth place with 225, Lyons Decatur Northeast finished ninth with 202.5, and Bancroft/Rosalie was tenth place at 197.5.  In the Class ‘D’ Boys Standings, Archbishop Bergan is first with 227.5 points, Hartington/Newcastle got second with 212.5, Lyons Decatur Northeast finished third place with 172.5 points, Bancroft/Rosalie was fourth with 167.5, Humphrey St. Francis got seventh place with 155 points, and Humphrey High & Osmond tied for ninth place with 145.  In the Class ‘D’ Girls Standings, Archbishop Bergan was the champion with 170 points, Wausa was second at 165, Humphrey High placed third with 162.5 points, Hartington/Newcastle tied for eighth place at 145, and Humphrey St. Francis & Wynot tied for tenth with 140 points.

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