2019 coaches

Jul 24, 2018 -

LINCOLN, NE —Today, the coaches for the 61st annual Shrine Bowl of Nebraska were selected.  The following Nebraska High School football coaches will represent the North and South teams respectively: 

Head Coach: Paul Limongi – Omaha Burke
Asst. Coach: Blake Beebout – Valentine
Asst. Coach: Brock Eichelberger – O’Neill
Asst. Coach: Chris Seebohm – Alliance
Asst. Coach: Ben Ryan – Omaha Burke
Asst. Coach: Andy Schatzberg – Omaha Burke

Head Coach: Glen Snodgrass – York
Asst. Coach: Matt Maltsberger – Heartland
Asst. Coach: Jamie Opfer – Seward
Asst. Coach: Kam Lenhart – Fairbury
Asst. Coach: Matt Kern – York
Asst. Coach: Eric Ryan – Overton
Omaha Burke Head Football Coach Paul Limongi, who lead the Omaha Burke Bulldogs to the 2017 Class A NSAA State Football Semifinals and whose team features multiple Division 1 Football recruits this year, will guide the North team on the field. “I am very blessed to join the honorary ranks of coaching in this premier event,” said Limongi. “It is a privilege to participate and help lead Nebraska’s best high school seniors on and beyond the field.” Limongi continued.
York Head Football Coach Glen Snodgrass, who lead the York Dukes to the 2017 Class B NSAA State Championship, will lead the South team on the sidelines.  Following the announcement, Snodgrass said, “I am extremely honored to be selected as the head coach for the South team in this year’s Shrine Bowl Game.  When I think of all the great players and coaches who have been involved in this game over the years it is very humbling.”  Snodgrass added, “Most importantly this is an opportunity for us coaches and players to help support a great cause and a fantastic organization.”

Dave MacDonald, Executive Director of the Nebraska Shrine Bowl provided additional remarks, “We are thrilled to have Coach Snodgrass, Coach Limongi,and their assistant coaching staffs join us in our mission to support Shriners Hospitals for Children.  The talent their teams have exhibited on the field is a testament to their tremendous leadership.  We are thankful for their direction this year.” 
The 61st annual Shrine Bowl of Nebraska game will be played at the University of Nebraska-Kearney’s Ron and Carol Cope Stadium Foster Field in Kearney, Nebraska on Saturday, June 1.  All proceeds from the game benefit Shriner’s Hospitals for Children.