|Schedule Subject||to Change||
|4/25||College BSB||Nebraska||@||Michigan||4:30pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|4/25||Pro FB||Danger||vs||Wyoming||6:45pm||103.1 2-Day-FM||KKJK|
|4/26||College BSB||Nebraska||@||Michigan||12:30pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|4/27||College BSB||Nebraska||@||Michigan||11:30pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|4/29||College BSB||Nebraska||@||Creighton||6:04pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|4/30||College BSB||Nebraska||@||UNO||5:30pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|5/2||College BSB||Nebraska||vs||Penn State||6:04pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|5/3||College BSB||Nebraska||vs||Penn State||1:30pm||AM 1430 KRGI|
|5/3||Pro FB||Danger||@||Tri-Cities||8:45pm||103.1 2-Day-FM||KKJK|
|5/4||College BSB||Nebraska||vs||Penn State||11:30am||AM 1430 KRGI|
The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Vidswap.com Players of the Week for Week 8.
Special Teams Player of the Week:
Joe Houston (K, Nebraska Danger)
In one of the stranger games in IFL history, the Nebraska Danger (5-2) escaped with a 35-33 victory over
They almost left. But, in the end the Nebraska Danger fans were standing up in the aisles on Saturday night. And, they were treated to Joe Houston's improbable, walk-off 16-yard field goal that gave the Danger a 35-33 win over Texas.
All appeared lost when Houston had missed a
Dundy County-Stratton hosted their golf invite on Tuesday and Mother Nature was more than cooperative. Caleb Moyer from Cambridge and the Cambridge team finished in first.
To see the full results click HERE.
The Dundy County-Stratton girls used 2 meet records to help propell them to a win at their own track meet.
To see full results from the girls meet click HERE.
After a much needed bye week, the Nebraska Danger return home this Saturday night with a game against the Texas Revolution. Kickoff is slated for 7:05 PM at the Heartland Events Center and the game is presented by Pump and Pantry in conjunction with the GRACE Foundation.
IFL Announces Players of the Week
Offensive Player of the Week: Hunter Wanket |
(QB, Bemidji Axemen)
Hunter Wanket becomes the first player in Axemen history to earn player of the week honors. Wanket and the Axemen offense were clicking on all cylinders on Saturday night, outscoring the Wyoming Cavalry 92-49.
Nebraska's quick start was just what the doctor ordered on Friday night. And, after that, they decided to open the flood gates.
The Danger used a big start from their offense and defense to score the first 21 points against Tri-Cities and then went into cruise control as they
McCook standout pole vaulter Abi Mohr has inked a letter of intent to Doane College for next fall. Abi will join fellow lady Bison alum Maddie Elder next season for the lady Tigers where she will primarily focus on pole vault but would not rule out a running event if