District Prep Sports Awards: 2021-22 selections for football, soccer, soccer | Pōpōpō pōkākane

From the diamond to the court, the high school athletes in the area have done great things in 2021-22. This week, the Journal Star will announce the nominees for its Area Prep Sports Awards virtual show, which will be announced at 7 pm Saturday on the Prep Extra Facebook page.

In addition, all winners will be announced on the Sunday paper.


In his first year of varsity football, Coleman quickly developed one of the state’s best touchdowns, averaging 561 yards and 10 touchdowns in just 17 innings. He was also strong on the defensive end, with 57 sacks, 7½ sacks and four strong tackles showing Coleman’s huge impact on the Lincoln East campaign.

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Walters did a very good job as a senior, with his 3,402 yards standing as a Class A state record. Walters was named Super-State team captain after finishing 187 o. 281 attempts for 44 touchdowns. compared to only five interceptions. He led East Lincoln to a playoff appearance, earning a Division I season with North Alabama.

Kula: Southeast Lincoln.

A critical two -sided film in the Southeast, Appleget has made an impact in every game he has played. Unfortunately, eight of his 30 teammates went for the strikeout while Appleget also ran for the score and threw a game as one of the Knights ’all-around weapons. He was good defensively, with 71 tackles and an interception from his place at linebacker.


Kula: Southwest Lincoln.

The four -year starter, Myers kept his best time for the final, finishing with 489 kills and .372 percentage points, ranking sixth in the state. Myers had 303 digs, 44 blocks and 15 aces, and finished as an all -time school leader in assassination (1,536). Myers was selected to the first Super-State team after leading the Silver Hawks to the state tournament.

A senior 150 in the nation, Larson continued a glorious career with the Warriors, killing more than 2,000. He was one of the state’s top killer leaders, finishing with 507 digs (6.1 per set) in 83 sets and adding 393 digs. Larson was named the second team Super-Stater and the honorary captain of the C-1 state national team.

The first Super-Stater and Class B team of the all-honored state collected 442 kills while missing the first half of the season to compete for the USA 18U team. He had a 37-yard touchdown run against Omaha Skutt in the state semifinals. Allick, who was booked as a midfielder, melted out of the outside striker to help Waverly on another state tour.

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Kula: Ashland-Greenwood.

A second-team Super-State pick, Jacobsen averaged 16.8 points per game and demonstrated his offensive skills that made him one of the state’s top guards. Jacobsen established a C-1 state record with 43 points in the state semifinals, and then won over Auburn for the Ashland-Greenwood state championship title. Jacobsen was going to Nebraska.

High school: State of North Dakota.

Hastreiter posted some of the best performances of his career as a leader in points per game (14.5), rebounds (5.3) and assists (1.5). He was the third Super-State team to pick after leading Pius X to a state tournament. A three -time shooter, Hastreiter is in the Future Division at North Dakota State.

Kula: Southwest Lincoln.

Hunzeker emerged as Lincoln Southwest’s all -time leading scorer, although his game was recognized around the city as one of the best in the city. Hunzeker had 13 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.9 steals per game as a senior.

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Kula: Northeast Lincoln.

A doubles player, Washington continues to show why he is one of the top players in the state. The Division I prospect has 14.5 points and 12.9 rebounds as the Rockets show significant progress as a team. He opened the scoring with a 21-point, 25-rebound effort against South Sioux City without looking back, and was named second in the statewide rankings.

Kula: Southwest Lincoln.

Struggling with a hamstring injury mid -season, Williams showed great muscle in leading the Silver Hawks to a final tournament in Class A. He has 11.9 points, 3.0 assists, 3.2 yards and 2.7 rebounds per game, and is one of the state’s top defenders. He scored 24 points against Omaha Central and 19 against Millard South in the state tournament, and was named the Journal Star’s All-City honorary captain.

High school: Butler (Kansas) CC.

Franklin worked hard for the team to have some of his best seasons in school history. He had 13.4 points and 5.5 rebounds per game as it led Lincoln High to the city tournament and a place in the state semifinals. He scored 25 points in a major mid-season victory against Lincoln Pius X, and was named third in the Super-Stater team.


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