Johnson Shatters Record Book

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Sutton senior Noah Johnson, behind a total of 2,892 yards, led all of Nebraska in rushing and finished his career 11th on the national charts. He broke one state record in Class C-2 and set a total of 11 school records, helping the Mustangs to a 9-1 record and a final ranking of sixth in Class C-2. -CCN File

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His 2,892 yards set the new bar in both Class C-2, as well as overall in 11-man football, in the state of Nebraska this past season. Noah Johnson’s record breaking and monumental season crushed the previous all season rushing record in Johnson, during his final season as a Mustang, led all rushers, regardless of class, with his total yards on the ground, outdistancing Maxwell’s Jaylon Sturdivant by 69 yards. Sturdivant would have two extra games to gain ground on Johnson, playing 12 total games this past season. With Johnson’s lofty numbers helping to lead Sutton to a 9-1 record, the Mustangs finished the season ranked sixth in Class C-2, according to the Omaha World-Herald. On the home charts, Johnson would finish his high school career with 11 school records.
 
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