Few teams have been as dominant as the Riverside Chargers football team.
Since the school's first season on the gridiron, the Chargers have dropped just one game. In three years of play, Riverside has a combined record of 31-1.
They hope to continue that dominance Friday night as they aim for their third-straight six-man state championship when they take on Cody-Kilgore at the University of Nebraska-Kearney's Foster Field.
The Chargers will be without their do-everything man in Noah Valasek, but the cupboard is far from bare. Sophomore Ty Martinsen seems well-prepared to take the reigns from Valasek as he currently is second on the team in passing yards, rushing yards and total tackles.
Riverside has two freshman that look to be future stars as well in Trey Carraher and Tredyn Prososki. Carraher has accounted for more than 640 yards offensively and currently leads the team in tackles with 118. Prososki has added 16 touchdowns offensively and is just 61 yards away from being the third Charger this season with 1,000 total yards, after Valasek and Martinsen.
The Chargers will have to contend with a strong Cody-Kilgore rushing attack, led by Garrett Egger's 1,594 yards and eight scores. Tyler Ravenscroft has added 706 yards while Cade Cody has accounted for 611 yards as well for the Cowboys.
Egger also leads the Cowboy defense, accounting for 108 tackles.
Game time is set for 7 P.M. in Kearney.