No team outside Omaha or Lincoln had won state in more than 30 years. The Bearcats changed all that by taking state and earning three national rankings after wins against top Nebraska teams.
Kearney High School is Class A, but its student body is half the size of competitors. Some of the students playing on its boys’ soccer team are three-sport athletes. Among the team’s starting players, athletes were also out for football, basketball, tennis, wrestling and hockey. The starting goalkeeper is even an all-state violin player.
Since other activities demand his athletes’ time, head coach Scott Steinbrook uses every tool he can to coach more efficiently. Hudl helps him provide better scouting insights to the team and lead more focused video review.
“You can’t really control how many players you have in your school that want to play soccer. To a certain extent, you can’t even control the talent that your players have. You can control if they have a positive attitude, if they’re working as hard as they can. But preparation is another thing your coaching staff has control over.”
Scott Steinbrook, Head Coach