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Sophomore relief pitcher Shay Schanaman earned a spot on the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Preseason Watch List, announced on Monday. The award is given to the top relief pitcher in NCAA Division I Baseball each season.

Schanaman, a right-hander from Grand Island, Neb., is one of 70 players on the list. During his first year at Nebraska in 2019, he came out of the bullpen 19 times, tied for the third-most appearances on the team. Schanaman tossed 22.2 innings and compiled a 1-2 mark with a 3.18 ERA and 23 strikeouts.

He earned three saves, second-most on the team behind closer Colby Gomes (13). Schanaman didn't allow an earned run in his first 10 outings, which spanned a total of 9.1 innings.

Nebraska has had a pitcher reach double-digit saves in each of the last six seasons after no Husker pitcher reached the 10-save milestone during the previous seven seasons. As a team, NU has recorded double-digit saves for nine consecutive seasons, including seven straight seasons of 15-or-more saves.

LINCOLN, NE Today, the Shrine Bowl of Nebraska Board of Directors released the rosters for the 62nd Annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl Game.

Head Coaches Mark Macke (Lincoln High) and Ryan Thompson (Ashland-Greenwood) together with their coaching staffs each chose from nominated seniors in their designated regions to represent their respective high schools, as well as North or South, in the 2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl.

Frankie Allen IIIPapillion LaVista Blake AndersonSkutt Catholic 
Mason ArmsteadCreighton Prep Bladen BaylessBeatrice
Thomas AultBellevue WestDalys BeanumMillard West
Andrew BednarMillard North Cameryn BerryMcCook
Kyler BeekmanElkhorn Nate BoerkircherAurora 
Nick BohmBennington Davon BreesCentennial 
Kole BordovskyWahoo Carter BrownOgallala 
Sam ClarksonScottsbluff Drew DaumMcCook 
Jack DotzlerRoncalli Catholic Gage DengelBellevue East
Broc DouglassGrand Island Tom ErwinYork
Sabastian Harsh Scottsbluff Uzziah Vincent FreemanBoys Town
Tre'on Fairgood JonesOmaha North Jacob Frezell-McClintonOmaha Central 
Ryan FenoglioRoncalli Catholic Tyson GordonSkutt Catholic
Caleb Francl Grand Island Ashton HausmannNorris
Isaac Gleason Fullerton Ty HahnJohnson-Brock 
Kage HeisingerPierce Laken HarnlyLincoln Southwest 
Cooper Heusman ChadronIsaiah HarrisMillard South 
CJ HoevetOrd Jordan KavlakSeward
Eli HustadElkhorn Braden KoverSouthern
Jaxon JohnsonBancroft-Rosalie Abraham Hoskins IIIOmaha Central 
Preston KelloggPapillion LaVista Evan JohnsonAdams Central 
Trevin Luben Wahoo Jett JanssenLincoln East 
Keegan MenningFremont Bryce KitrellAshland-Greenwood
Mason NiemanWaverly  Tyler LenzSeward 
Jack ParadisElkhorn South Jacob LudwigAshland-Greenwood
Nasire Perry Creighton Prep Ryan MarlattAurora 
Trevor PfeiferHumphrey St. Francis Aiden OerterNorris
Jaylon RoussellOmaha BurkeTyler PalmerScotus 
Rans SandersGINWBlake PodanyGretna 
Eli SimonsonArchbishop BerganTimothy Prokupek Plattsmouth
Easton SixelMillard North Andrew Rathman Plattsmouth
Brady SoukupBlair Dallas RogersPapillion LaVista South 
Luke StueveBattle Creek Michael RutherfordCentral City 
Nate SullivanBellevue West Drake Sherman Lincoln Southwest 
Dietrick StolzGICC Paxton SwansonPlatteview 
Michael TerranoLincoln High Grant TaggeWestside 
Luke WakehouseTehamah-HermanKeaton VanHousenHigh Plains Community 
  Cal WeidemannWestside 
Mark Macke (HC)Lincoln High Ryan Thompson (HC)Ashland-Greenwood
Rusty FullerSt. Paul Jay LandstromOmaha Central 
Josh DeinesSandhills Thedford Evan KlaneckyCentennial 
Bryan SoukupBlair Troy HuebertCentral City 
A.J. SantosLincoln High Nate TonjesAshland-Greenwood
Paul CloutierGrand Island Brant LoeweSkutt Catholic 

About the Nebraska Shrine Bowl
The Shrine Bowl of Nebraska is the state's most prestigious high school all-star sports event.  The 501
(c)(3) non-profit produces annual events and related activities to raise funds and awareness to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Shriners Hospitals for Children is a healthcare system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research, and outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals. Children up to the age of 18 are eligible for care and receive all services in a family-centered environment, regardless of the patients' ability to pay.

The 62nd Annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl will be played Saturday, June 6, 2020, at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium on the campus of the University of Nebraska—Kearney.  For more information, visit

Kearney, Neb. – Freshman catcher Katie Gosker went 3 for 3 and knocked in a run to help Nebraska-Kearney edge New Mexico Highlands in eight innings, 5-4, Sunday afternoon in Lubbock, Texas.

The game was part of the three-day Lubbock Sports Collegiate Invite. UNK lost its early game on Sunday to St. Edward's of Texas, 14-6, to finish the tourney 3-3.

UNK was up 3-2 in the bottom of the seventh when sophomore Megan Blake (Clay Center, Kan.) entered the game with and runners at second and third with one down. HU (1-5) used a single and double to start the rally and then DP Ashlea Ortega drew a walk from Blake. After a sac fly tied things, Blake managed to get a grounder to second to end the threat and inning.

With a runner placed at second to start the eighth the Lopers took the lead for good thanks to an error. Redshirt freshman Bri Healy (Omaha Central) came all the home from second after junior Emma Osowski (Omaha Skutt) laid down a successful bunt and reached safely due to an HU fmiscue.   

UNK tacked on a key insurance run when Gosker (Blair) singled to center to bring home Osowski. Eight-hole hitter Brooke De La Garza (2 for 4) laced a two-out RBI single up the middle to ger the Cowgirls within one but Blake (1-1) got a pop up to second to end the game.

Besides Gosker and Blake, Osowski went 1 for 3 with two runs and smacked a two-run homer in the top of the second. That marks her third career dinger. Finally Missouri junior Sarah Handrahan allowed one earned run over 6.1 innings with the teams combining to strand 19 on the base paths.

The SEU Hilltoppers (5-1) scored four in the first and three more in the second to build a 7-0 lead in game one. They scored seven more times on the strength of 14 hits, four walks and four Loper errors. Only eight of SEU's runs were of the earned variety.

UNK saw Colorado senior Erin Hallman allow no earned runs in 2.2 innings of relief with senior center fielder Alexis Ray (Platte City, Mo.), redshirt junior designated player Nicole Spykstra (Chandler, Ariz.) and junior second baseman Kaylee Schutte (Elkhorn H.S.) each knocking in two runs.
The Lopers head to Wichita Falls next weekend to take part in the Midwestern State Invite 

Lincoln - The Nebraska women's basketball team rallied from a 25-point second-quarter deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but No. 18 Indiana made two plays and two free throws in the final minute to escape with a 57-53 win over the Huskers in front of a season-high 6,160 fans at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Nebraska slipped to 15-9 overall and 5-8 in the Big Ten, while Indiana improved to 19-6 overall and 9-4 in the conference.

Indiana bolted to a 12-0 lead in the game's first four minutes, led 26-6 at the end of one quarter, then pushed the margin to 36-11 with six minutes left in the first half. But the Huskers scratched their way back into it by outscoring the Hoosiers in the second (17-15), third (17-10) and fourth quarter (13-6).

After trailing 41-23 at the half, the Huskers went to the fourth trailing 51-40. The Big Red then shut out the Hoosiers for the first seven minutes of the final quarter, putting together an 11-0 run to tie the game for the first time at 51 on a jumper by Kate Cain with 3:18 left. Cain was the only Husker to produce double figures in the contest, finishing with 12 points, four rebounds and five blocked shots.

Indiana got a pair of Grace Berger free throws to end a nearly 10-minute scoring drought with 2:50 left and regain the lead, but Nicea Eliely answered with a putback of a Hannah Whitish miss with 1:45 left to tie the game again at 53. Eliely finished with six points and five rebounds.

Berger then made the game's final field goal on a driving layup with 30 seconds left to give the Hoosiers the lead for good at 55-53. Berger finished with nine points and a game-high 15 rebounds. Her fourth-quarter basket was the only field goal for IU in the game's final 14 minutes.

Nebraska was unable to answer, as Eliely was whistled for an offensive foul with 19 seconds left. Jaelyn Penn made two free throws with 18 seconds left to seal the victory for Indiana. Penn finished with a game-high 14 points for the Hoosiers. Ali Patberg had 10 points and four assists, while Brenna Wise, who drew the charge on Eliely in the closing seconds, put three Hoosiers in double figures with 10 points. Aleksa Gulbe and Mackenzie Holmes each added seven points to complete the scoring for Indiana.

Nebraska outscored Indiana 30-16 in the second half, holding the Hoosiers to just six points and one field goal in the final quarter. The 57 points allowed were the fewest surrendered to a Big Ten team by the Huskers this season. NU gave up just 21 points to the Hoosiers in the game's final 26 minutes, but Nebraska's 53 points scored also marked the lowest total of the season for the Big Red. 

Freshman Isabelle Bourne finished with seven points, seven rebounds and three blocks for the Huskers, while Leigha Brown added seven points, four boards, four assists, two blocks and a steal.

For the game, Nebraska out-shot the Hoosiers, connecting on 36.1 percent (22-61) of its field goals, including 27.8 percent (5-18) of its threes. Indiana connected on just 30.4 percent (21-69) of its shots, including 4-of-15 threes (.267). Indiana finished 11-for-16 (.688) at the line, while Nebraska went 4-for-8. The Hoosiers out-rebounded the Huskers, 49-43, but the two teams were tied at six in second-chance points. Indiana won the turnover battle, 16-10, outscoring NU 13-9 in points off turnovers.

Nebraska struggled through its worst opening quarter of the season, going the first four minutes without scoring as Indiana opened the game on a 12-0 run. The Hoosiers closed the quarter with a 26-6 lead. IU's lead grew as large as 25 points at 36-11 midway through the second quarter, before the Huskers got a spark from a lineup featuring freshmen Trinity Brady, Makenzie Helms and Bourne.

After a Cain basket with 5:33 left in the half got Nebraska started, Brady, an Indiana native, knocked down a three-pointer to cut the Hoosier lead to 36-16. Brady followed with a 15-foot jumper with 3:32 left, before Helms added a layup in


Kearney, Neb. – The Lubbock Christian Chaparrals got a strong relief outing by sophomore Taylor Franco and hits from five different players to down Nebraska-Kearney, 5-4, Saturday evening in Texas.


The game was part of the Lubbock Sports Collegiate Invitational. Earlier on Saturday UNK (2-2)  lost to former RMAC rival Colorado-Colorado Springs, 8-4.


LCU (7-0), already with two wins over Top 25 squads, saw Franco (4-0) pick up the win as she allowed one earned run over the final four innings. At the plate the Chaps scored two in the first and three in the fourth to remain undefeated.


The Lopers, finishing with six hits, jumped up 2-0 as senior shortstop Kaitlyn Johnson (Kearney) belted a two out, two-run shot to left in the top of the first. She now has three dingers this year after having two over the previous three seasons.


Kearney got a sac fly by redshirt junior designated player Nicole Spykstra (Chandler, Ariz.) in the third and took advantage of an LCU error to score again in the fifth. However the Lopers stranded the tying run at third in that inning and then went in order in the sixth and seventh. Overall Lincoln sophomore left fielder Carlee Liesch and Missouri senior center fielder Alexis Ray both went 2 for 4 with Lincoln sophomore Kelsey Goodban tossing 1.1 innings of scoreless relief.


UCCS (1-3) used a four-run second and a three-run fifth to open up a 7-2 lead. A nine-hit attack saw the eight and nine hole hitters, first baseman Peyton Reisman and right fielder Bryn Horton, go a combined 4 for 5 with two runs and an RBI. Leadoff hitter Brianna Santos had a two out, three-run triple in the second with all of the Mountain Lion runs in the fifth being of the unearned variety. 


The Lopers had eight hits and drew four walks but left nine runners on base. Johnson (1 for 1) hit a two-run homer to center in the sixth with Spykstra and Elkhorn sophomore second baseman McKenna Becker each collecting a hit and RBI. In the circle Goodban allowed no earned runs in three innings of relief work.


UNK faces the St. Edward’s Hilltoppers and New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls on Sunday.

Kearney, Neb. – Sophomores Brooke Carlson and Maegan Holt combined for 34 points and 13 rebounds to help No. 23/30 Nebraska-Kearney down Newman, 59-46, Saturday afternoon at the Health & Sports Center.

UNK (22-2, 11-2) is now just a game out of first place in the MIAA standings as No. 11/18 Central Missouri (18-4, 12-1) fell today at Missouri Western State, 67-57. The Lopers are in Warrensburg next Saturday afternoon.

To win a 10th straight game, the longest win streak in 11 years, UNK had to tangle with the Jets (9-15, 4-11) zone defense and patient offense. NU, now on a six-game skid, ran the shot clock down on most possessions and managed to make a late run after being down by as many as 23 points. 

"They play a different style and go with a two three zone the entire game. We didn't shoot the ball very well today and against a zone that can be a little bit challenging. It makes it trickier to stretch the floor when you're not making shots," UNK head coach Carrie Eighmey said. "We hit only two threes so I thought we did a good job of finding other ways to manufacture some points. Our bigs did a good job of getting to the line and making shots around the rim to help us build the lead."

Just 7 of 34 (20.5 pct.) from the field in the second half, UNK was up 51-39 with 5:08 remaining. Carlson (Elkhorn), having a career-day at the line, made two free throws and then Holt (Council Bluffs, Ia.) made a layup after a Jet miss. That made it 55-39 and ended any hope of a NU comeback.

"I thought we managed the game pretty well. Late they went a little bit more to their full court press … we had only three turnovers so I thought we handled the ball really well," Eighmey said. "The shots that we took, including the threes, were fairly wide open. We just weren't able to knock them down today."

Carlson tallied 11 of her game-high 19 points at the line with Holt 6 of 15 from the field to tally 15. UNK was just 2 of 18 from the three point line but Carlson and Holt helped the Lopers have a 30-14 advantage in points in the paint.

Next South Dakota sophomore Klaire Kirsch had 12 rebounds and four assists and Crofton junior Kelsey Sanger went for nine points and two steals. The pair also were key in shutting down NU start Kaitlyn Potter who came in averaging well over 16 points per game. She finished with 12 points but was just 3 of 17 (0 of 9 threes) from the field.

Newman finished 15 of 54 (27.8 pct.) from the floor but did get 30 bench points and sunk 13 of 15 free throws. Seven others besides Potter scored including a near double double by reserve Haley Albers (eight points and eight rebounds).

Before the showdown with the UCM Jennies the Lopers are at Lincoln (3-19, 0-13) on Thursday night.

Kearney, Neb. – Junior guard Jake Walker scored a season-high 25 points to help Nebraska-Kearney hold off Newman, 85-72, Saturday evening at the Health & Sports Center.

This was the first-ever meeting between the Lopers (14-8, 8-5) and Jets (8-16, 2-13). The rematch is set for later this month in Wichita.

To send NU to its first straight loss UNK shot a season-best 55.9 percent (33 of 59) from the field which included an 11 of 20 effort from behind the arc. The Lopers led for 34:28 and by as many as 16 points. data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAPABAP///wAAACH5BAEKAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAOw%3D%3D​

However the Jets hung around thanks to the play of three Division I transfers in Juwan Davenport (Coppin State, Md.), Marshawn Blackmon (Eastern Illinois) and Kaleb Allison (Mississippi Valley State). Cranking up the pressure on both ends of the court midway through the second half NU got the deficit down to seven, 68-61, with 4:52 to play. An 11-3 spurt was capped by Blackmon put-back.

Like it has much of the season, UNK responded as Iowa senior Kyle Juhl made two free throws, Walker (Centerville, Utah) hit a jumper and Bellevue junior AJ Jackson scored inside. That got the back to 10 points and then Walker nailed the door shot with his seventh and final triple of the game.

"Shooting the ball helped us. Second half it really opened up for us … Kyle hit a couple and obviously Jake got it going. It always helps when you put the ball in the basket," UNK head coach Kevin Lofton said. "Defensively we played well enough to stretch it to a pretty good lead. They made some plays and fought their way back into it, mainly from the foul line. That means we have to defend without fouling."

In double figures for the 15th time this winter Walker was 9 of 15 from the floor (7 of 11 threes) to surpass the 23 points he tallied in a loss to nationally-ranked Missouri Southern State. Seventeen of his points came and five of his treys came after the break

Three others starters were in double figures in Kansas senior Morgan Soucie (16), Jackson (14) and Juhl (10). Soucie added five assists and Jackson had five rebounds with Juhl having all of his points in the second half.

"We kept our composure (late). We executed well against their press which is something I was glad to see. Teams tend to press us at times and when you handled it like we did today, breaking it and scoring on the other end, it makes it a little bit harder for them to stay in that (defense)," Lofton said. "We got some momentum back so hopefully now we can go out on the road and have some success."

Off the bench Bellevue redshirt freshman lefty Cedric Johnson had his best game to date; seven points, seven rebounds, six assists, one steal and no turnovers.

For the Jets Blackmom had a double double (21 points & 10 rebounds), Davenport was hot early to tally 18 with Allison having 11 of his 14 in the second half. NU finished the night just 2 of 13 from the three-point line and 16 of 26 from the line.

UNK heads to Lincoln (Thurs.) and Central Missouri (Sat.) next week.

(Omaha, NE) - Marcus Zegarowski scored 23 points to lead six Creighton players in double figures and the 21st-ranked Bluejays beat St. John's 94-82. Creighton shot a season-best 60% from the field and matched its season high with 13 3-pointers but couldn't separate from the Red Storm until the middle of the second half. Marcellus Earlington scored a career-high 25 points for the Red Storm. The sophomore was 3 for 4 on 3s after coming in 3 for 21 for the season.

Las Cruces, N.M. --- The Nebraska softball team (3-2) fell to No. 20/24 Arkansas (4-1) on Sunday morning by a score of 15-4 in five innings in its final game of the Troy Cox Classic. Arkansas got off to a hot start and never looked back. The Razorbacks scored 12 runs through the first two innings and while Nebraska tried to chip away, the Huskers couldn't overcome the difference. 

The Huskers recorded seven hits which included three homers from Rylie Unzicker, Peyton Glatter and Tristen Edwards. Glatter and Edwards each went 2-for-3 on the day. Cam Ybarra and Courtney Wallace also had one hit each for the Big Red. 

Lindsey Walljasper dropped to 1-2 on the season. She pitched 1.2 innings and gave up 12 runs - nine earned - on eight hits. She also had two strikeouts. Courtney Wallace pitched 3.1 innings of relief. She gave up three runs on 10 hits and also recorded one strikeout. 

Mary Haff of Arkansas picked up the win and improved to 1-1. She pitched 1.2 innings of relief and gave up one hit. She also recorded two strikeouts. 

Arkansas took a quick 5-0 lead in the first, capitalizing off a Husker error. The Razorbacks got back-to-back hits in the first to put two runners in scoring position with no outs. Walljasper got a big strikeout for the first out. A infield pop up would have been the second out of the inning but an error allowed the batter to reach first safely. A base hit scored two runs and two-out homer plated three unearned runs. Walljasper got out of the inning with a strikeout looking. 

In the bottom of the inning, Glatter hit a two-out single and reached second on a wild pitch but another out stranded her.

In the second, Arkansas loaded the bases with no outs after a hit and two hit batters. The Hogs scored one run but the Huskers were able to get an out on the play.  A short pop up recorded the second out of the inning but a walk loaded the bases. A singled scored two more to put Arkansas up 8-0. With the bases loaded, a grand slam extended the lead to 12-0.  

The Huskers got another baserunner in the second when Samantha Owen was hit by a pinch to leadoff the inning, but Arkansas struck out the next three batters to end the inning.  

In the third, the Huskers showed some signs of life. In the top of the inning, NU didn't allow a run. On offense, Unzicker hit a leadoff homer to put NU on the board. Edwards followed with a single and Glatter homered to cut the lead to 12-3. 

The Razorbacks scored three more runs in the fourth off a three-run homer. 

In the fifth, the Huskers attempted a comeback effort. Edwards homered to cut the lead to 15-4. Ybarra hit a double and Carson Fischer ran for her but the Hogs retired the next three batters to end the game. 

Nebraska returns to action next weekend when it takes on Georgia Tech on Feb. 14 in Atlanta, Ga., as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. First pitch is set for 3 p.m. CT. A live radio stream will be available on 



Amherst 53, Elm Creek 49

Aurora 35, Lexington 34

Beatrice 57, Omaha Gross Catholic 24

Bellevue West 91, Lincoln North Star 88

Bennett County, S.D. 67, Hay Springs 37

Bishop Neumann 67, Omaha Concordia 37

Burwell 64, Nebraska Christian 54

Chadron 78, Valentine 43

Crete 48, Blair 37

Cross County 58, High Plains Community 28

Dundy County-Stratton 63, Hershey 55

Elkhorn 51, Elkhorn South 42

Fullerton 62, Heartland Lutheran 30

Gothenburg 53, Minden 49

Grand Island 57, Omaha Creighton Prep 54

Grand Island Northwest 67, Holdrege 42

Hitchcock County 48, Arapahoe 24

Humphrey St. Francis 79, Spalding Academy 29

Kearney Catholic 61, Columbus Scotus 34

Leyton 54, Sioux County 50

Lincoln Christian 69, Aquinas 36

Lincoln High 61, Bellevue East 59

Lincoln Lutheran 48, Hastings St. Cecilia 34

Lincoln Southeast 63, Omaha Bryan 49

Lincoln Southwest 67, Omaha Westside 59

McCook 75, Ainsworth 46

Millard North 80, Lincoln Northeast 69

Millard South 53, Fremont 41

Norfolk 78, Omaha Benson 57

Norris 64, Columbus 61

North Platte St. Patrick's 67, Cambridge 53

Ogallala 83, Broken Bow 48

Omaha Roncalli 94, South Sioux City 65

Overton 64, Wilcox-Hildreth 57

Papillion-LaVista 67, Lincoln East 40

Peetz, Colo. 72, Creek Valley 56

Perkins County 53, South Platte 28

Platteview 70, Raymond Central 35

Scottsbluff 82, Sidney 38

Southern Valley 54, South Loup 42

Wahoo 82, Grand Island Central Catholic 80, 3OT

Wheatland, Wyo. 55, Gering 49

York 65, Columbus Lakeview 46

East Husker Conference Tournament=


Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur 55, North Bend Central 41

Third Place=

Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 51, Logan View-Scribner-Snyder 45

ECNC Tournament=


Auburn 50, Yutan 39

Third Place=

Freeman 55, Palmyra 52

Fort Kearney Conference Tournament=


Axtell 60, Ansley-Litchfield 49


Amherst 53, Elm Creek 49

Overton 64, Wilcox-Hildreth 57

Third Place=

Loomis 66, Pleasanton 53

Lewis & Clark Conference Tournament=


Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 59, Winnebago 42

Ponca 58, Osmond 44

Louplatte Conference=


Doniphan-Trumbull 61, Centura 57

Third Place=

St. Paul 48, Ravenna 42

Mid State Conference Tournament=


Wayne 54, Pierce 41

Fifth Place=

Norfolk Catholic 67, Guardian Angels 66

Third Place=

Battle Creek 61, Hartington Cedar Catholic 56

Niobrara Valley Conference=


St. Mary's 56, West Holt 53

Third Place=

Elkhorn Valley 73, Niobrara/Verdigre 57

Pioneer Conference=


Falls City Sacred Heart 52, Johnson-Brock 30

Third Place=

Nebraska City Lourdes 45, Tri County 43

Southern Nebraska Conference=


Sutton 43, Centennial 27


Fairbury 45, Milford 42

Fillmore Central 45, David City 37

Sandy Creek 46, Superior 35

Third Place=

Wilber-Clatonia 69, Heartland 47

Twin Valley Conference=


Shelton 50, Deshler 38

Third Place=

Kenesaw 50, Blue Hill 42

Western Trails Conference=


Bridgeport 65, Mitchell 56

Third Place=

Morrill 37, Kimball 34


Aurora 44, Lexington 32

Beatrice 57, Omaha Gross Catholic 48

Bennett County, S.D. 63, Hay Springs 44

Broken Bow 62, Ogallala 51

Chadron 48, Valentine 17

Creek Valley 42, Peetz, Colo. 30

Crete 59, Blair 33

Cross County 55, High Plains Community 24

Dundy County-Stratton 47, Hershey 38

Elkhorn South 57, Elkhorn 44

Fullerton 44, Heartland Lutheran 37

Gothenburg 56, Minden 49

Grand Island Northwest 58, Holdrege 27

Hastings 43, Omaha Skutt Catholic 31

Hastings St. Cecilia 56, Lincoln Lutheran 31

Hitchcock County 66, Arapahoe 54

Humphrey St. Francis 94, Spalding Academy 17

Lincoln Christian 56, Aquinas 27

Lincoln East 60, Papillion-LaVista 52

Lincoln High 57, Bellevue East 37

Lincoln North Star 66, Bellevue West 58

Lincoln Northeast 48, Millard North 36

Lincoln Southeast 55, Omaha Bryan 17

McCook 67, Ainsworth 60

Millard South 77, Fremont 59

Nebraska Christian 36, Burwell 26

Norfolk 47, Omaha Benson 38

Norris 47, Columbus 37

North Platte St. Patrick's 41, Cambridge 40

Oelrichs, S.D. 72, Alliance 46

Omaha Brownell-Talbot 54, Boys Town 35

Omaha Concordia 59, Omaha Mercy 51

Omaha Marian 64, Grand Island 32

Omaha Westside 52, Lincoln Southwest 44, OT

Papillion-LaVista South 66, Kearney 51

Platteview 56, Raymond Central 18

Santee def. Cody-Kilgore, forfeit

Sidney 60, Scottsbluff 49

Sioux County 45, Leyton 24

South Loup 48, Southern Valley 20

South Platte 51, Perkins County 23

South Sioux City 75, Omaha Roncalli 52

Wheatland, Wyo. 65, Gering 45

York 48, Columbus Lakeview 39

East Husker Conference Tournament=


Oakland-Craig 49, North Bend Central 48, OT

Third Place=

West Point-Beemer 54, Pender 32

ECNC Tournament=


Weeping Water 48, Malcolm 44, OT

Third Place=

Elmwood-Murdock 39, Yutan 30

Fort Kearney Conference Tournament=


Pleasanton 54, Loomis 46


Hi-Line 49, Axtell 48

Wilcox-Hildreth 39, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 37

Third Place=

Elm Creek 51, Overton 46

Louplatte Conference=


St. Paul 58, Ord 51, OT

Third Place=

Central City 60, Wood River 44

Mid State Conference Tournament=


Crofton 45, Norfolk Catholic 30

Fifth Place=

O'Neill 48, Hartington Cedar Catholic 46

Third Place=

Guardian Angels 54, Battle Creek 42

Niobrara Valley Conference=


CWC 41, North Central 36

Third Place=

Summerland 44, Boyd County 41

Pioneer Conference=


Falls City Sacred Heart 31, Nebraska City Lourdes 26

Third Place=

Sterling 43, Diller-Odell 28

Southern Nebraska Conference=


Superior 57, Milford 30


Fairbury 36, Centennial 29

Thayer Central 40, Heartland 29

Wilber-Clatonia 41, Sandy Creek 24

Third Place=

Fillmore Central 54, Sutton 45

Twin Valley Conference=


Lawrence-Nelson 41, Silver Lake 17

Third Place=

Blue Hill 36, Shelton 28

Western Trails Conference=


Mitchell 43, Morrill 30

Third Place=

Bridgeport 66, Bayard 38

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