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JANUARY 17, 2020 (NORTH PLATTE, NEB.)  — Investigators with the Nebraska State Patrol Technical Crimes Division have arrested a Palisade man for child enticement by electronic device.

This morning, investigators served a search warrant at a residence at 110 N. Kerr St. in Palisade, in Hitchcock County. The investigation began after NSP received information from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) that an individual at that address had received child pornography via Facebook in December 2019.

The occupant, James Hicks, 42, was arrested for child enticement by electronic device. He was lodged in Hitchcock County Jail. The investigation remains ongoing.

The NSP Technical Crimes Division is one of dozens of federally funded Internet Crimes and Children Task Forces throughout the country and works for the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Program to address child exploitation crimes.



(NORTH PLATTE, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) arrested four people and seized marijuana, THC products, and fraudulent credit cards during three traffic stops on Interstate 80 Tuesday evening.

At approximately 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, a trooper observed a Honda sedan fail to signal a turn while exiting I-80 at Kearney. During the traffic stop, the trooper detected clandestine activity and performed a search of the vehicle, revealing 15 pounds of marijuana and approximately $1,500.

The driver, Peter Blizzard, 43, of Redway, California, was arrested for possession of marijuana – more than one pound, possession with intent to deliver, and possession of money during a felony drug violation. Blizzard was lodged in Buffalo County Jail.

At approximately 8:20 p.m. Tuesday, a trooper observed an eastbound Chevrolet Malibu speeding near Lexington at mile marker 242. During the traffic stop, a K9 from the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office detected the odor of a controlled substance. A search of the vehicle revealed 53 pounds of marijuana, 3 pounds of THC wax, and 300 THC vape cartridges.

The driver, Nathan Wessels, 24, of Lincoln, was arrested for possession of marijuana – more than one pound and possession with intent to deliver. He was lodged in Dawson County Jail.

At approximately 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, another trooper noticed a Range Rover speeding on I-80 at mile marker 305, near Alda. During the traffic stop, the trooper because suspicious of criminal activity. Troopers searched the vehicle and found multiple fraudulent credit cards, a forgery device, and marijuana.

The driver, Elliot Wills II, 27, of Chicago, Illinois, and passenger, Ahnaya Mosley, 21, of Santa Clarita, California, was arrested for criminal possession of a financial transaction device, possession of blank financial transaction devices, possession of a forgery device, unlawful manufacture of a financial transaction device, and possession of marijuana – less than an ounce. Both were lodged in Hall County Jail.



On 1/14/19, the Grand Island Police Department, in conjunction with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), arrested a 17 year old male, and a 37 year old Brian Mohr of Grand Island.

The 17 year old male is identified as a student at Northwest High School, where Mohr is a teacher. The arrests are in relation to a case in which the 17 year old male obtained elicit images of minors via a social media ruse, and used some of those images to coerce them into performing sexual acts. Those images were shared with Mohr. Numerous images have been identified as students at the school where Mohr is employed and the 17 year old attends.

The 17 year old suspect was arrested as a suspect in the investigation of 1st Degree Sexual Assault, Human Trafficking of a Minor, Unlawful Intrusion, and multiple counts of Distribution of Sexually Explicit Material (Child Pornography).

Brian Mohr was arrested as a suspect in multiple counts of Possession of Sexually Explicit Material (Child Pornography). All crimes listed are classified as felonies.

This is an ongoing investigation, and is being worked with the full cooperation of the Northwest School District. If you, or someone you know is affected by this case or as a part of any online exploitation, it is important that you know you are not alone, and that you can contact the Grand Island Police Department at 308-385-5400 or the HSI anonymous tip line at 866-DHS-2-ICE or It is important to know that potential victims in this activity are not alone. The Grand Island Police Department and HSI will continue to work toward keeping the youth of our community safe, and will have Victim Advocates in place to assist persons affected by this case.




Dr. Jay Stewart


Heartland United Way



SCOTTSBLUFF –The McCook Community College Lady Indians shook off a heart-breaking loss in Game 1 of the Region IX Division I Tournament and responded in the late game Friday with a come-from-behind win over Otero Junior College, in extra-innings, 11-9.

After dropping a 3-2 decision to Western Nebraska in walk-off fashion in the opening game of the tournament, MCC came from a 4-0 first-inning deficit to send second-seeded Otero Junior home with their second loss of the tournament. The Lady Indians got six innings of scoreless relief from freshman Angel Valdez before Otero Junior College tied the game in the bottom of the seventh inning with a two-out, two-strike, two-run home run. MCC came back to score five runs in the eighth and held off the Rattlers, who finish the season at 32-16.

Trinidad State had beat Otero 4-2 in Game 2. In the winner’s bracket game in Game 3, Western downed Trinidad State 7-1

MCC improves to 28-32 overall and will take on Trinidad State (25-26) at 1 p.m. Saturday with the winner to take on Western Nebraska (34-18) at 4 p.m. If Western Nebraska loses that game that would set up a final game at noon Sunday.

GAME 4 -- McCook CC 11, Otero JC 9 – In the final game of the day, the Rattlers jumped out in the first inning with four extra-base hits on the way to a 4-0 lead off freshman MCC starter Sarah Willier (Ponoka, Alberta). Freshman Angel Valdez (West Jordan, Utah) came on in relief.

The Lady Indians responded with three runs in the second with a walk from Emily Charchuk (Victoria British Columbia), a walk by Jerusha Miner (Gunnison Valley, Utah) and a bunt single by Isabel Serna (Roy Utah) to load the bases. Emma McLean (Willeton, Western Australia) drew a walk, Jade Hollands (Effingham, Kan.) was hit by a pitch to make it a 4-2 game and Brooklyn Jensen’s (West Valley City, Utah) infield single brought the Lady Indians to within a run at 4-3 where the score remained until the top of the MCC sixth.

Miner doubled to lead off the sixth, Serna followed with a single and McLean tied the game at 4-4 with a RBI-single to centerfield. Sydney McArthur, (Washington, Utah) put MCC in the lead with an RBI-single to drive in Serna and Brooklyn Jensen’s sacrifice fly gave the Lady Indians a 6-4 lead but Otero tied up the game with the dramatic home run by Arianna Cordova, the top hitter in Region IX with a .569 average and 20 home runs on the season.

Serna walked to lead off the eighth but was erased on the bases. With one out McArthur singled and Hollands doubled to set the stage for a two-run Brooklyn Jensen triple. Chanel Siebenthal’s (Lakewood, Colo.) two-run double made it a 9-6 game and Charchuk’s two-run single made it 11-6.

Sophomore Shae Muggridge (Perth, Western Australia) came on in relief after the sixth inning Cordova home run and was credited with the win despite the Rattlers making things interesting with three runs in the eighth inning with two runners on for Cordova, who was intentionally walked to load the bases. But Muggridge induced a come-backer on a 3-1 count to end the game. Muggridge pitched 1.1 innings, allowed three hits, two walks and two earned runs. She struck out one.

Brooklyn Jensen led MCC with four hits and four RBIs in the game. Serna had three hits while Charchuk and McArthur each had two hits. MCC had 15 hits in the game off Region IX’s winningest pitcher in Melissa Gellermann (17 wins and a league best 3.52 ERA) who was tagged with the loss and charged with 11 earned runs.

GAME 1 – Western Nebraska 3, McCook CC 2 -- The top-seeded Western Nebraska Cougars softball team came up with a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning Friday to down McCook Community College 3-2 in the opening game of the Region IX Division 1 double-elimination tournament.

Bri George delivered the game-winning single off hard-luck MCC starter Shae Muggridge to give Western Nebraska its tenth straight win and 17 wins in the last 19 games.

The Lady Indians got on the scoreboard first. With two outs in the MCC second, the Lady Indians got three straight singles -- from Sydney McArthur, Jade Hollands and Brooklyn Jensen.

Chanel Siebenthal led off the third inning with a single and was followed by Emily Charchuk who singled. Siebenthal came home on a Western Nebraska error to give MCC a 2-0 lead.

The Cougars cut the lead in half when Michaela Kelly led off the fourth inning with a solo home run.

Muggridge went 6.2 innings, allowed seven hits, walked two and struck out eight.

MCC had eight hits with two each from Charchuk and Sarah Willier.

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Adams Central 0 McCook 9

Varsity Singles
1 Kassidy Michaelis def M. Hood 8-0
2 Sydney Stewart def E. Marker 8-2
3 Riley Hansen def R. Thomas 8-0
4 Megan Hodgson def S. Carpenter 8-1
5 Kori Uerling def K. Buss 8-1
6 Macy Hill def B. Gill 8-5
Varsity Doubles
1 Hansen/Uerling def Thomas/Carpenter 8-1
2 Hodgson/Jumps def Marker/Buss 8-1
3 Michaelis/Stewart def J. Frerichs/Hood 8-2
Adams Central Junior Varsity 2 McCook Junior Varity 12
Olivia Koetter/Elsa Wilcox def J. Frerichs/K. Biede 6-1
Emily Laurie/Emily Kjendal def G. Swayze/M. Burr 6-2
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney def T. Abbott/B. Smith 6-2
Joslyn Hammond/Lexi Hauxwell def T. Ground/T. Splitt 6-4
MaKenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def T. Allen/A. Willems 6-4
Hayden Johnson/Richa Patel def G. Marino/E. Vuong 6-0
Alexis Carney/Sage Graves lost to J. Diecker/G. Anderson 6-2
Olivia Koetter/Elsa Wilcox def G. Swayze/M. Burr 6-2
Emily Kjendal/Emily Laurie def T. Abbott/B. Smith 6-4
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney lost to J. Frerichs/K. Biede 6-4
Joslyn Hammond/Lexi Hauxwell def T. Allen/A. Willems 6-0
MaKenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def T. Ground/ T. Splitt 6-1
Hayden Johnson/Richa Patel def J. Diecker/G. Anderson 6-4
Melinda Gillispie/Alexis Carney def G. Marino/E. Vuong 6-4
Holdrege 0 McCook 9
Varsity Singles
1 Kassidy Michaelis def K. Brown 8-1
2 Sydney Stewart def A. Weed 8-2
3 Riley Hansen def M. Jensen 8-1
4 Megan Hodgson def L. Huston 8-1
5 Kori Uerling def C. Obermier 8-0
6 Macy Hill def A. Michalski 8-1
Varsity Doubles
1 Hanson/Uerling def Jensen/Weed 8-1
2 Hodgson/Jumps def Brown/Obermier 8-6
3 Michaelis/Stewart def Huston/Michalski 8-0
Holdrege Junior Varsity 1 McCook Junior Varity 11
Macy Hill/Elsa Wilcox def J. Landin/M. Urbom 6-4
Emily Kjendal/Emily Laurie lost to J. Landin/M. Urbom 6-4
Kirstin Collicott/Rose Stoney def G. Malloley/S. Nelson 6-1
Joslyn Hammond/Lexi Hauxwell def G. Malloley/S. Nelson 6-1
Makenna Cooper/Madison Cooper def J. Landin/M. Urbom 6-4
Alexis Carney/Melinda Gillispie def A. Woosley/M. Parsons 6-3
Sage Graves/Alexis Carney def A. Woosley/H. Anderson 6-2
Hayden Johnon/Richa Patel def H. Anderson/M. Parsons 6-0
Olivia Koetter/Elsa Wilcox def M. Urbom/S. Nelson 6-3
Kirstin Collicott/Emily Kjendal def M. Parsons/H. Anderson 6-1
Rose Stoney/Emily Laurie def M. Urbom/S. Nelson 6-5
Joslyn Hammond/Lexi Hauxwell def G. Malloley/J. Landin 6-3
Next action: Varsity @ State-Lincoln May 16-17
Varsity finished off an undefeated duel season at 13-0, Junior Varsity finishes the season with a 10-2 record.
The team competed well today and I was impressed with the level of play. That was a solid outing against two competitive teams.
Kassidy Michaelis picks up two wins and remains unbeaten in singles play.
Delaney dominated the net in doubles play and Megan was hitting ground strokes that set up Delaney for easy points. They were fun to watch today and they got pushed by a good Holdrege team.
Riley and Kori also played well. They moved as one on the court and covered for each other well. They had a good day on the courts and were much more aggressive.
Sydney picked up a nice win against Holdrege in singles. She used the whole court well and made her opponent play defensive tennis. Sydney has been playing well as of late.
Our junior varsity also competed well, winning 23 of the 26 matches played. We have a solid group of underclassmen who have been grooming themselves for next season. We are excited with the progress our junior varsity has made this season.
All our state positions win both dual matches, continuing to build their records and more importantly
carry momentum into the state tournament. The seeding committee will look at how teams finish the
season, giving those teams with winning records more weight in the seeding process.
Individual records heading into state:
1 Singles-Kassidy Michaelis 39-0
2 Singles-Sydney Stewart 33-5
1 Doubles-Riley Hansen/Kori Uerling 35-3
2 Doubles-Megan Hodgson/Delaney Jumps 28-6



NSAA Girls and Boys District Track Results Class B and C takes place on Thursday, May 9th.  Class D takes place Friday, May 10th.


Class B6 Results

Class C8 Results

Class D7 Results


Lincoln – Train like a Husker this summer, as Nebraska men’s basketball coach Fred Hoiberg has announced a series of summer camps and clinics. The camps will take place throughout the month of June at the Hendricks Training Complex.

The 2019 camp series will feature two four-day camps, as well a pair of specialty clinics for boys and girls entering the 3rd-12th grade. In addition, there will also be a three-day Little Huskers camp for kids who are in grades K-4 for the upcoming year.

Hoiberg and his staff of instructors will work with campers on the fundamentals of basketball in a fun atmosphere. All camps are open to both boys and girls entering the respective grade level.

For more information, pricing and to register for the 2019 camps, email or go to

2019 Fred Hoiberg Basketball Camps

Day Camp #1 Mon.-Thurs., June 10-13 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Boys/Girls Grades 3-12 $250
Day Camp #2 Mon.-Thurs., June 24-27 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Boys/Girls Grades 3-12 $250
Little Huskers Camp Wed.-Fri., June 19-21 9 a.m. – Noon Boys/Girls Grades K-4 $180
Ball Handling and Shooting Clinic Friday, June 14 9 a.m.-Noon Boys/Girls Grades 3-12 $60
Forward Specialty Clinic Friday, June 14 1-4 p.m. Boys/Girls Grades 3-12 $60
Dual Clinic Special Friday, June 14 9 a.m. -4 p.m. Boys/Girls Grades 3-12 $110


All three games of the baseball series between Nebraska and Michigan at Hawks Field, May 16-18, will be televised on the Big Ten Network as the TV wildcard selections for the final weekend of the regular season. As a result, the start times for the first two games of the series will be changed from the originally scheduled times. The series opener on Thursday, May 16 will begin at 7:30 p.m. (CT). The game on Friday, May 17 will start at 8 p.m. (CT). The regular-season finale between the Huskers and Wolverines is still scheduled for Saturday, May 18 at 2 p.m. (CT).

Updated Schedule for Nebraska-Michigan Series
Thursday, May 16 – 7:30 p.m. CT (Big Ten Network)
Friday, May 17 – 8 p.m. CT (Big Ten Network)
Saturday, May 18 – 2 p.m. CT (Big Ten Network)


The McCook Community College golf team will compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament for the third time in the past four years. The Indians return to the course the team played at in 2016 – the Duran Golf Club, regarded as one of the best courses in Florida, Duran Golf Club in Viera, Florida,

“Our goal is for the team to finish in the top five,” said MCC Coach Tyler Loop. “From a skill level we have the players with the tools to do that but it would take four days of us playing the best golf we’ve ever played.”

The one area the team needs to improve on to do well in Florida is the short game. That’s been one of the focuses since the team received the at-large bid several weeks ago.

“It’s a Bermuda grass, pine trees, a lot of water,” Loop said. During that 2016 visit, the team had difficulties putting and they’ll focus on getting used to those greens with a couple days of practice before play begins May 14.

According to its website, what singles out Duran Golf Club from other golf facilities in the area is the pristine 18-hole Championship Course, and the award winning - World Class Development Center, which offers the largest and most comprehensive practice facilities in the area. The facility includes an expansive practice range, short game area, and the popular nine-hole “Par 3 Course” that encircles the practice facility.

Duran Golf Club opened in 2005, Lewis “Chip” Powell designed an 18-hole, par 72 champion course out of a lush sod farm full of mild mounding, undulating greens and sweeping doglegs. The signature 18th hole at Duran Golf Club is a par 4, 460-yard dogleg left that wraps around a sparkling lake.

For the Indians, the path to this year’s national tournament appearance was quite different from last year. MCC and Eastern Wyoming battled week-to-week, hole-to-hole before the Indians pulled it out on the final green to edge the Lancers in the season-long team standings by a single point.

This season Eastern Wyoming enjoyed a dominating fall and while the Indians made a brief push winning the first two tournaments to start the spring schedule March 22 in Lamar, Colo., and March 29 at Heritage Hills in McCook, but the Lancers ran the table for the final four tournaments and walked away with the district title.

“We put everything into winning districts last year and went into nationals maybe too content,” Loop said. “This year I think we have the mentality that we have a lot left in the tank and understand what it’s going to take to have a better showing at Nationals.”

This year the Indians received the at-large bid to represent District 1, which includes Region IX and Region I (Arizona). In addition to the two region champs, three schools are selected based on seasonal scoring averages.

The Lancers are ranked 18th in the latest NJCAA Division I men’s top 20 golf rankings. MCC ranked four spots outside the top 20.

Sophomore Cameron Lampe (Windsor, Colo.) finished second in the individual player standings this year with a scoring average of 73.2. Sophomore Ronnie Quick (London, England) was fifth with a 75.5 scoring average.

Freshman Chesney Tatman (North Platte) had a 77.7 scoring average this year. KC Carlson, freshman from Delta, Colo., had a 77.8 scoring average, Sophomore Graham Gaspard (Breckenridge Colo.) had a 78.4 scoring average. Freshmen Trevor Oberg (McCook) had an 81.4 average and sophomore Brady Wonderly (Benkelman) had an 86.8 scoring average.

“This is a great group of guys – maybe the most talented we’ve had here but we just haven’t demonstrated that on a consistent basis especially this semester, but the work-ethic, the ability and the mental toughness are all there,” Loop said.

The national tournament is a four-day, 72-hole tournament starting Tuesday.


Avanthony “AV” Banks, McCook Community College sophomore basketball player, signed a national letter of intent Monday to continue his career at York College.

“Coach (Tree) Burkes is getting a great one in terms of talent and the kind of kid he is,” said outgoing MCC Men’s Basketball Coach Brandon Lenhart.

“York is a lot like McCook, and I’ve grown to really like what smaller cities can offer,” Banks said. “After visiting there and meeting the coaching staff and players, it just seemed like the right fit for me.”

The Panthers went 15-16 this past season. Banks will join former MCC teammate Kafani Williams in York. Coach Burkes is in his sixth year at York which competes in the NAIA.

Banks, a 5-10 guard from Portageville High School in Missouri, spent his first season at MCC unable to play because of ankle injury. This past season Banks played in all 31 games and averaged 8.0 points, and 2.0 rebounds. He made 62 of 153 shots from the 3-point line – the sixth most 3-pointers in Region IX. He also made 40.5 percent of his 3-point shots (seventh best in the region.)

He scored double-digit points 12 times in the past season with a season-high 21 points in the first game of the season.

Banks said his favorite on-court memory came on Jan. 29 when he made a key 3-pointer in the closing minutes in MCC’s upset win over North Platte Community College. Banks scored 17 points in that game including making all four of his 3-point shots, all five of his field goals and three-of-four free throws.

One of his favorite campus memories is one of his first at MCC. In August of 2017 he arrived to participate in the Bridge To Success Program – a program that brings students to campus three weeks early to take a developmental English classes prior to enrolling in English Composition during the fall semester.

“That’s when I got to know my teammates Ron (Rice) and Peanut (Cunningham), and got to know people on campus and what was expected of me,” Banks said.

“Those were good times and I developed camaraderie,” he said. It also exposed him to the advantages of a smaller town and a college with a family atmosphere. “I’m definitely going to miss that.”

Banks is a psychology major and would like to go on to graduate school to become a relationship counselor.

“He will be successful on and off the court at York College,” Lenhart said. “I love him and will miss him.”


McCook Community College sophomore Anna Sanjuan has signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career at Benedictine College in Kansas.

“I'm extremely excited for Anna,” said recently named MCC Women’s Basketball Coach Brandon Pritchett. “She has worked so hard to get to where she is at today. Benedictine is a great fit for her both academically and athletically, and that's what it's all about.”

The 5-6 guard from Reus High School in Reus, Spain played in 31 games this season for the Lady Indians and averaged 11.0 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game.

Her 342 points ranked 10th among all Region IX players. She shot 36.5 percent from the field and 32.9 percent from the 3-point line (also ranked 10th in the region) and 59.3 percent from the free-throw line, getting to the line 108 times on the season – sixth most in the region. Her 121 defensive rebounds were seventh most among the region leaders. Her 95 assists were third most and her 51 steals were fourth most in the region.

At the end of the season she was named to the Nebraska Community College all-conference team.

Benedictine College is a NAIA division I school in Atchinson, Kan. located on bluffs overlooking the Missouri River, northwest of Kansas City, Missouri. The Lady Ravens went 18-13 this past season under Coach Chad Folsom, in his 18th year as coach there. The team has gone to the NAIA Division I championship tournament five of the past seven years.

In addition to being impressed with the school and the coaching staff, Sanjuan said it was very noticeable how cohesive the team was, even in workouts.

“I visited there and was really impressed with the way the team worked together in practice and supported each other in drills.”

She will graduate from MCC with a BS in Science and is looking at teaching physical education.

One of her lasting memories from MCC will always be the first time she stepped inside the Peter and Dolores Graff Events Center. “I was so big and my first thought was, ‘this is America and this gym is American big.’ It is so impressive,” she said of the place where she spent hundreds of hours over the past two years.

She said she is extremely grateful to Coach Pritchett, who as the interim coach, helped give her confidence and helped find her a place to continue playing the sport she loves.

“Benedictine is getting the whole package,” Pritchett said. “She is a great person, student, and talented basketball athlete. I'm excited to watch her grow over the next two years there.”


Lincoln – Nebraska senior guard James Palmer Jr. will have another opportunity to showcase his skills in front of NBA teams, as he was selected to the first-ever NBA G League Elite Camp in Chicago next week.

The event for college players goes from May 13-14, and provides an opportunity for the top-40 players not originally selected for the NBA Combine, an opportunity to qualify for the combine. A select number of players from the draft-eligible group will be invited to participate in the 2019 NBA Draft Combine based on their performance in the NBA G League Elite Camp. The NBA Draft Combine will be held May 14-19 in Chicago.

This camp continues a busy stretch for Palmer since his senior season ended. He played in the Reese's College All-Star Game during Final Four weekend and in the Portsmouth Invitational, where he earned All-Tournament honors.

Last season, he averaged 19.7 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.4 steals per game, ranking third in the Big Ten in scoring and fourth in steals. He established Nebraska single-season records in points (708), free throws attempted (282), free throws made (215) and minutes played (1,269) to help the Huskers make their second straight postseason appearance.

A third-team All-Big Ten selection and a first-team All-District pick by the USBWA in 2019, Palmer had 18 20-point games as a senior, including a 34-point effort against Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament. In his two-year career at Nebraska, Palmer finished with the second-highest career scoring average in Husker history (18.5 points per game) as he started all 69 games in that span.

NBA Draft-Eligible Players – Player (College/Club)
Battle, Tyus (Syracuse) Jeffries, DaQuan (Tulsa)
Boatwright, Bennie (USC) Konate, Sagaba (West Virginia)
Booth, Phil (Villanova) Maker, Matur (Mississauga Prep (Canada)/Zlatorog (Slovenia))
Brissett, Oshae (Syracuse) Mann, Terance (Florida State)
Brown, Bryce (Auburn) Martin, Caleb (Nevada)
Cheatham, Zylan (Arizona State) Martin, Cody (Nevada)
Clemons, Chris (Campbell) Maye, Luke (North Carolina)
Coffey, Amir (Minnesota) Mourning, Trey (Georgetown)
Cook, Tyler (Iowa) Nembhard, Andrew (Florida)
Cumberland, Jarron (Cincinnati) Palmer Jr., James (Nebraska)
Dawkins, Aubrey (Central Florida) Perkins, Josh (Gonzaga)
DeLaurier, Javin (Duke) Perry, Reggie (Mississippi State)
Diakite, Mamadi (Virginia) Pickett, Jalen (Siena)
Elleby, CJ (Washington State) Powell, Myles (Seton Hall)
Fall, Tacko (Central Florida) Robinson, Justin (Virginia Tech)
Franks, Robert (Washington State) Shayok, Marial (Iowa State)
Harper, Jared (Auburn) Strus, Max (DePaul)
Happ, Ethan (Wisconsin) Wigginton, Lindell (Iowa State)
Hernandez, Dewan (Miami) Wooten, Kenny (Oregon)
Hinton, Amir (Shaw (NC)) Wright-Foreman, Justin (Hofstra)


The girls junior varsity meet at Kearney was cut short by weather today. The girls did get in two rounds and were starting the third round when the rain started.

Macy Hill defeated Norfolk 6-2 and Holdrege 6-0 at 1 singles
Emily Kjendal and Elsa Wilcox defeated Kearney Catholic 6-2 and Lexington 6-2 at 1 doubles
Kirstin Collicott and MaKenna Cooper lost to Norfolk 7-5 and beat Lexington 6-0 at 2 doubles
Next up for the varsity and junior varsity will be Thursday hosting Adams Central at 2:00 and Holdrege at 4:00 in the regular season finale. Thursday we will also honor our seniors.

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