Riverside has been to the top before and they showed Cody-Kilgore just how it was done.
The Chargers took down the Cowboys 60-30 to win their third-straight Six-Man State Football Championship Friday night at Foster Field on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
They dominated from the get go, jumping out to a 54-10 lead going into the half.
The Chargers accumulated 306 yards in the first half, all while holding Cody-Kilgore to just 141. Tredyn Prososki accounted for 199 of those yards on his own, scoring three touchdowns along the way.
The second half was much more quiet, thanks in part to the running clock. Riverside scored just once on a Alex Berney dash in the fourth quarter while the Cowboys added 20 to the board, far too late to mount a comeback.
For the night, Prososki finished with 248 total yards. Ty Martinsen added 105 yards through the air and 52 on the ground.
The Chargers became just the second team in six-man history to win three straight championships, following Arthur County from 2009 through 2012. They finish undefeated, with just one loss in their three championship seasons.