The Nebraska School Activities Association recently announced the final standings for The U.S. Cellular® Cup, the NSAA All-Activities Award for Nebraska high schools.
The annual awards program, which began in 2007 to recognize the state’s most successful high school athletic and fine arts programs, is presented to the 12 Nebraska high schools which earn the most points during the school year by participating in NSAA education- based activity programs. This all-activities (fine arts and sports), all-school recognition platform recognizes the “Best of the Best” each year in NSAA programs and parallels the service objectives of the program’s sponsor.
Boys and Girls Sports Combined
Class B—Omaha Skutt Catholic, Elkhorn South, Gretna, Scottsbluff, and McCook.
Class C—Kearney Catholic, Columbus Scotus, Crofton, Grand Island Central Catholic, and Norfolk Catholic.
Class D—St. Mary’s, Hartington, Guardian Angels Central Catholic, Arapahoe, and Bruning-Davenport.
Class B—Elkhorn South, Omaha Skutt Catholic, McCook, Gretna, and Holdrege.
Class C—Columbus Scotus, Kearney Catholic, Crofton, Grand Island Central Catholic, and Norfolk Catholic.
Class D—Guardian Angels Central Catholic, St. Mary’s, Bertrand, Arapahoe, and Bruning-Davenport.
Class B—Omaha Skutt Catholic, Scottsbluff, Elkhorn South, Gretna, and Omaha Gross Catholic.
Class C—Thayer Central, David City, Freeman, Boone Central, and Ord. Nebraska City Lourdes came in seventh.
Class D—Hartington, Paxton, Newman Grove, Pope John, and Amherst.