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Published: Aug. 12, 2019 at 8:45 PM CDT
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Get ready for high school football season with Lincoln 2-a-Days. To see the full report on each team, click on the name below.

The Patriots are coming off an 8-3 season that saw them fall in the second round of the playoffs.

The Wilber- Clatonia Wolverines are young but very talented as the they try and make it 12 straight trips to the postseason.

Malcolm players say fans will notice a faster team on the field this fall. The Clippers improved their quickness through off-season workouts, along with adding new players that transferred to the school.

The Class C2 defending champions are back to work in Utica. For Centennial, it's time to reload after defeating Norfolk Catholic in the title game.

The boys are working hard outside of Agnew. This is Raymond Central practice where the focus is simple; get better each day.

The Eagles are coming off the school's first playoff appearance in seven seasons. Milford finished the 2018 campaign with a 5-5 record.

Baylor Scheierman rewrote the NSAA record book in 2018. The Aurora quarterback set the state 11-man records for single-season passing yardage and passing touchdowns.

Few high school football teams have been as dominant as York over the past few years. The Dukes were led by an extremely talented group that won a state championship in 2017 and reached the Class B semifinals last fall.

The Grand Island Northwest Vikings are coming off a five-win season after losing in the first round of the Class B playoffs.

Lincoln Lutheran won a district championship in 2018 while reaching the Class C1 playoffs. The Warriors are hoping for a return to the post-season this fall.

Kearney is coming off a 5-5 2018 season that saw the Bearcats fall in the first round of the playoffs. It was a wild ride that saw the Cats go 4-1 at home and 1-4 on the road.

Parkview Christian may be small in numbers, but mighty in heart. And there may be no greater example than Jalen Curry.

In 2018, the Links of Lincoln High took the Capital City Crown, but the team has to reload after losing several key play-makers.

After posting a 7-4 record in 2018, Lincoln Southeast is poised for a big season in 2019. The Knights return 13 starters from last year's playoff team that fell to Omaha Burke.

Lincoln Southwest has a good mixture of quantity and quality. The Silver Hawks have more than 170 players out for football, and there's some good talent in that group.

Lincoln North Star is entering year two of the Tony Kobza era. The team will be young, but hungry this fall.

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