Creighton’s Class of 2014 Prospects Urzendowski and Stick Impress
Alright, now! The Omaha Northwest Huskies win their first game in three years, after beating down the Benson Bunnies by the score of 34-24.
It didn’t take long for Tim Clemenger to post his first win as head coach of the Northwest football program—something his predecessor, Damon Benning, failed to accomplish once during his three year run at the helm.
WR Prospect to Watch Stacy Keely picked up his third TD reception of the season on a 24 yard strike from QB K-Anthony Fletcher who threw for a total of three scores and a 188 yards on the night. Emboldened by talented players like Stacy and Eron Keely, Nigel Philips, Fletcher and having coach Clemenger in charge—the Huskies will be a much tougher out for the top dogs in the state that they will face this season.
Second year head coach Chris Nizzi has his Creighton Prep Junior Jays rolling to a 2-0 start, and he seems to have his new offense humming along on—almost all—cylinders. Playing a significant role in Nizzi’s new scheme is class of 2014 WR R.J. Urzendowski.
The 6-0, 178 pounder is quickly echoing his signature onto the recruiting radar. In Prep’s 35-30 victory over Westside he scored 3 TDs which included two 59 yarders. Creighton’s big, 6-2, 200 lbs. QB Easton Stick—the one responsible for getting the ball to Urzendowski—is also a class of 2014 prospect. So if Prep doesn’t climb to the top of the mountain this year (and don’t count this 2012 out of taking it all) their future definitely looks bright.