NDN football

LINCOLN -- Like it has almost the entire season, Humphrey St. Francis scored a huge lead at halftime and cruised to another victory Monday afternoon.

This one was different. It was at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln in the Class D2 football state championship game.

Humphrey St. Francis scored touchdowns plus two-point conversions on all six possessions in the first half, and put points on the board every time it had the ball until midway through the fourth quarter on its way to a 70-16 smashing of Pleasanton for its second title trophy in five seasons.

Check norfolkdailynews.com later or Tuesday's print or ePaper for more.

In other news

Wakefield looked every bit the part of a team deserving to be the top-ranked team in the area when it controlled fifth-ranked Lutheran High Northeast from start to finish in a 40-8 contest Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field.

The Norfolk High School tennis team got back on track with an 8-1 home dual victory over Hastings on Friday. The rescheduled dual was one day after the Panthers finished seventh at the Millard North invite.

Depending on which publication’s prognostication is adhered to, Memorial Stadium in Wayne was the site of a contest between a couple of Class C1 2020 powerhouses.