Published Friday, March 29, 2013 at 12:01 am / Updated at 12:12 am
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2012-13 Nebraska prep school records in basketball

School records and other top performances from 2012-13, as supplied by coaches on their All-Nebraska nomination forms (*— not listed as school record; all-time state placings in parentheses):

Boys

INDIVIDUAL

Points, career

1,882, Ryan Tegtmeier, BDS

1,389, Connor Lusso, Millard West

1,200*, Mitchell Mailloux, Pender

1,155*, Lucas Gleisberg, Medicine Valley

1,061*, Michael Hadden, Scottsbluff

1,019*, Luke Glenn, Shelton

1,007, Spencer Kucera, Southern Valley

1,001*, Grant Anderson, Randolph

Points, season

479, Kurt Veskrna, David City

433, Lucas Lazure, Fort Calhoun

407, Logan Fleming, High Plains

Points, game

37t, Adam Moon, O’Neill SM (twice)

34t, Brian Schwetschenau, Omaha Skutt

34, Dylan Shenk, High Plains vs. GI Heartland

Scoring average, season: 21.3, Brian Schwetschenau, Omaha Skutt.

Field goals, career: 393, Kucera, Southern Valley. Field-goal percentage, career: .625, Veskrna, David City; .500, Nicholas Christensen, Raymond Central. Field-goal percentage, season: .692, Chandler Folkerts, Milford; .645, Veskrna; .644, Beau Schommer, Norfolk Catholic. Field-goal percentage, game: 1.000 (9x9), Evan Drake, Goy Doluony, Omaha Bryan.

3-pointers, career: 172, Pete Danielson, David City; 142, Aaron Dewaard, Centennial; 121, Christensen, Raymond Central; 113, Jacob Rush (jr.), Cozad; 102, Logan Engel, High Plains; 82, Reid Williams, Lincoln SW. 3-pointers, season: 99 (2, tie), Eric Moreno, Scottsbluff; 73, Travis Sabatka, Plattsmouth; 66, Andy Chleborad, Ralston; 65, Danielson; 64, Garrett Ring, Alma; 53, Cole Klingsporn, High Plains; 42, Mitchell Lindstrom, Oakland-Craig. 3-pointers, game: 9 (tie), Moreno; 8, Danielson; 7 (tie, twice), Jake Weis, Kearney; 6, Klingsporn; 5, Williams, Lincoln SW. 3-point percentage, season: .477, Klingsporn.

Free throws, career: 338, Lusso, MIllard West. Free throws, season: 193, Ty Danielson, York; 88, Lazure, Fort Calhoun; 82, Fleming, High Plains. Free throws, game: 18, Danielson (twice); 12, Easton Edmond, Lincoln SW. Free-throw percentage, career: .830, Christensen, Raymond Central. Free-throw percentage, season: .810, Clayton Wacker, Logan View.

Rebounds, career: 843, Ryan Tegtmeier, BDS; 735, Lusso, Millard West; 701, Grant Anderson, Randolph; 639, Kucera, Southern Valley; 584, Brandon Janssen, Waverly; 530, Gunnar Peterson, Lincoln SW. Rebounds, season: 460 (state record), Garrett Watters, Winside; 308, Peterson; 299, Drew Callaghan, North Platte; 275, Tyson Carlson, Raymond Cent.; 269, Zach Dalton, Oakland-Craig; 250, Jordan Lemburg, Broken Bow; 240, Sam Green, Neb. Lutheran; 230, Lusso. Rebounds, game: 38 (state record), Watters (vs. Santee); 22, Carlson 20, Green; 20, Peterson; 15, Callaghan. Rebound average, season: 10.9, Connor Ketter, Norfolk Catholic

Assists, career: 481, Austin Havlena, David City; 364, Luke Glenn, Shelton; 324, Damien Austen, Kearney; 289, Edmond, Lincoln SW. Assists, season: 172, Rylee Reinertson, Gibbon; 172, Havlena; 156, Austen; 138, Sam McCormick, Logan View; 132, Josh Lallman, Millard West; 113, Klingsporn, High Plains; 106, Glenn; 100, Danielson, York. Assists, game: 14, Havlena; 10, Glenn; 9 (tie), Hunter Quinn, Southern Valley. Assists average, season: 7.1, Havlena

Steals, career: 259, Luke Gleisberg, Medicine Valley; 213, Havelna; 182, Klinsgporn (so.), High Plains; 171, Derrick Hostert, O’Neill; 164, Austen; 123, Cole Schmidt, West Point-Beemer; 115, Lusso, Millard West. Steals, season: 131, Reinertson, Gibbon; 102, Gleisberg; 101, Hostert; 92, Klinsgporn; 90, Austen; 89, Jarrod Bantam, Alma; 79, Lazure, Fort Calhoun; 70, Havlena; 68, Janssen, Waverly. Steals, game: 10, Gleisberg, Klingsporn; 9, Adam Jorgensen, Waverly; 9, Hostert; 9, Adam Jorgensen, Waverly; 8, Austen.

Blocked shots, career: 294, Kucera, Southern Valley; 153, Logan Koehler, Gothenburg; 118, Janssen, Waverly; 106, Creighton Buhr, Doniphan-Trumbull. Blocked shots, season: 116, Kucera; 98, Callaghan, North Platte; 86, Justin Anderson, West Point-Beemer; 83, Noah Vasa, Nebraska City Lourdes; 58, Koehler. Blocked shots, game: 10, Kucera; 9 (tie), Anderson

Charges taken, career: 30, Dalton Dey, Centennial

TEAM

Points, game

102, High Plains vs. GI Heartland Lutheran

Wins, season: 29, Howells-Dodge; 27, Sutton; 25, Spalding/SA; 24, Papillion-LV, Southern Valley; 24 (tie), Wayne; 23, Kenesaw; 23 (tie), Falls City; 21, Adams Central, High Plains, Sandhills/Thedford; 19, Elkhorn South; 18, Millard West; 16, Doniphan-Trumbull. Consecutive wins, 23, Kenesaw. Wins, four-year period: 76, Sandhills/Thedford.

Scoring average, season: 70, Spalding/SA; 66.7, High Plains;

Defensive average, season: 31.9, Sutton; 38.4, Falls City; 41.9, Southern Valley; 42.6, Waverly; 46.0, David City

Points, season: 1,735, High Plains; 1,513, Millard West

Field-goal percentage, season: .536, Gothenburg; .498, Bennington

3-pointers, season: 142, High Plains. 3-pointers, game: 13, York; 12, Blair; 12, Hastings SC. 3-point percentage, season: .372, High Plains.

Field goals (2-point), season: 500, Millard West. Free-throw percentage, season: .685, High Plains. Free-throw percentage, game: .933 (14x15), Bertrand.

Fewest points allowed, half: 7, Nebraska Lutheran. Fewest points allowed, quarter: 3, Neb. Lutheran.

Rebounds, season: 847, Millard West

Assists, season: 387, High Plains

Blocked shots, season: 138, Gothenburg. Blocked shots, game: 14, Gothenburg.

Steals, game: 24, Waverly

GIRLS

INDIVIDUAL

Points, career

2,267, (3) Alyssa Frauendorfer, Humphrey

1,621, Skyler Erickson, Cedar Valley

1,524*, Alexa Kastanek, Lincoln SE

1,513, Chatrice White (jr.), Shelby-RC

1,336, Bridget Arens, Crofton

1,328, Haley Moore, Milford

1,314, Lauren Works, Lincoln SW

1,312, Rachel Mahlberg, Elwood

1,293, Becky Mueller, Omaha Concordia

1,293*, Alayna Daberkow, Madison

1,268, Kelly Boshart, Wood River

1,250*, Marisa Blanke, Emerson-Hubbard

1,172, Hannah Tvrdy, Seward

1,131, Mackenzie Skupa, Silver Lake

1,040*, Maddie Westergard, Fort Calhoun

1,038*, Brooke Bauer (jr.), O’Neill St. Mary

1,031*, Kelsey Wood, Hemingford

1,012, Kirsten Fink, Randolph

1,010*, Paige Ballinger (jr.), Pender

1,007*, Briley Hannaford, Chadron

1,002*, Michaela Mestl, Kearney Catholic

1,000+*, Annie Wolfe, Omaha Marian

1,000+*, Brandon Tighe (jr.), Homer

1,000+*, Laurel Krohn, Osmond

614, Elle Banghart, Elkhorn South

530, Claire Poppe, Falls City

Points, season

664, Jess Shepard, Lincoln SE

457, Brooke Bauer, O’Neill St. Mary

443, Kourteney Zadina, Seward

434, Becky Mueller, Omaha Concordia

425, Michaela Barry, Norfolk Catholic

423, Lauren Works, Lincoln SW

415, Kinzy Enochs, Overton

410, Colby Duvel, Dundy County-Stratton

410, Kelly Boshart, Wood River

397, Lauren Lehmkuhl, Wakefield

373, Logan Drueppel, Schuyler

370, Ellie Carr, Ainsworth

253, Elle Banghart, Elkhorn South

Points, game

43, Chatrice White, Shelby-RC

43, Kaylee Jensen, Lindsay Holy Family

40, Teya Mason, Hampton

38. Jess Shepard, Lincoln SE

36, Colby Duvel, Dundy County-Stratton

36, Kelli Woodrum, Sioux County

35, Kianna Ibis, Omaha Benson

35, Olivia Boender, Waverly vs. Elkhorn South

34 (tie), Haley Moore, Milford

26, Elle Banghart, Elkhorn South vs. Mercy

Scoring average, career: 13.1, Mahlberg, Elwood.

Scoring average, season: 18.8, Caitlyn Ostrand, Nebraska Christian. 30-point games, season: 4, Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk.

Field goals, career: 452, Shepard, Lincoln SE. Field goals, season: 265, Shepard; 190, White, Shelby-Rising City.

3-pointers, career: 230 (4), Works, Lincoln SW; 227 (6), Moore, Milford; 192, Mikaelyn Dick, Heartland; 163, Woodrum, Sioux County; 158, Mahlberg, Elwood; 129, Lehmkuhl, Wakefield; 71, Claire Poppe, Falls City. 3-pointers, season: 85 (5, tie), Brooke Kissinger, Minden; 83 (7), Maggie Nelson, Holdrege; 68, Works; 63, Ostrand, Nebraska Christian; 58, Woodrum; 45, Barry, Norfolk Catholic; 42, Banghart, Elkhorn South. 3-pointers, game: 11 (ties state record), Maggie Nelson, Holdrege; 8, Mary McCauley, Bancroft-Rosalie; 8, Woodrum; 6, Banghart.

Free throws, career: 252, Works, Lincoln SW. Free throws, season: 152, White, Rising City; 91, Amanda Hansen, West Point-Beemer; 87, Works. Free throws, game: 14, Enochs, Overton. Free-throw percentage, career: .752, Works. Free-throw percentage, season: .938 (76x81), Annie Wolfe, Marian; .847, Dick, Heartland; .822, White.

Rebounds, career: 1,016, White (jr.), Shelby-RC; 996, Alayna Daberkow, Madison; 879, Erickson, Cedar Valley; 855, Maddie Westergard, Fort Calhoun; 803, Logan Drueppel, Schuyler; 770, Skupa, Silver Lake; 591, Lehmkuhl (jr.), Wakefield; 545, Shepard (so.), Lincoln SE; 500+*, Krohn, Osmond; 458, Torie Opela, SMC. Rebounds, season: 339 (4), Logan Drueppel, Schuyler; 329 (5), Rochelle Wendland, Arapahoe; 327 (6), Kianna Ibis, Benson; 299, Shepard; 294, Westergard; 263, Skupa; 262, Lehmkuhl; 216, Shayla Wichman, Palmer; 146, Jenn Wies, Elkhorn South. Rebounds, game: 27, Drueppel; 25, Skupa; 14 (tie), Jade Gottier, Boone Central/NG

Offensive rebounds, season: 93, Skupa. Offensive rebounds, game: 13, Skupa. Defensive rebounds, season: 110, Gottier; 101, April Graham, Plattsmouth. Defensive rebounds, game: 12, Gottier. Rebound average, season: 10.4, Westergard.

Assists, career: 539, Cierra Tjaden, Waverly; 372, Brooke Ohrt, Fort Calhoun; 251, Amber Krause, Tekamah-Herman; 204, Ellie Carr (so.), Ainsworth; 180, Opela, SMC; 156, Poppe, Falls City. Assists, season: 171, Tjaden; 145, Morgan Nikkila, Hastings SC; 130, Ohrt; 122, Carr; 63, Lehmkuhl, Wakefield. Assist average, career: 5.2, Nikkila; 5.1, Ohrt.

Blocked shots, career: 290, Westergard, Fort Calhoun; 230, Drueppel, Schuyler; 224, Daberkow, Madison; 147, Tawni Hellbusch, Fullerton; 49, Opela, SMC.

Blocked shots, season: 109, Brittany Lawrence, North Platte SP; 105, Westergard; 104, Drueppel; 98, Kenzi Larkin, Omaha Brownell-Talbot; 85, Emily Brichacek, Howells-Dodge; 72, Olivia Boender, Waverly; 62, Lehmkuhl, Wakefield; 30, Bethany Simoens, Plattsmouth. Blocked shots, game: 17, Lawrence; 9, Hellbusch; 7, Skupa, Silver Lake.

Steals, career: 400, Mahlberg, Elwood; 163, Opela, SMC; 115, Poppe, Falls City; 85, Emilie Wolfe, Palmer. Steals, season: 124, Ann Schulte, Omaha Duchesne; 102, Lehmkuhl, Wakefield; 82, Hansen, West Point-Beemer.

Charges taken, season: 18, Samantha Waldron, Mill. West; 6, Marissa Beierman, Boone Central/NG

TEAM

Points, game

93, Grand Island NW

92, Kearney Catholic

74, Elkhorn South vs. Plattsmouth

Points, quarter: 30, Grand Island NW

Wins, season: 27, Bellevue West, Crofton; 25, Grand Island NW; 23 (tie), Humphrey; 22, Arapahoe; 21, McCook, Ainsworth; 20, Friend; 15, Elkhorn South. Winning percentage, season: .808, McCook. Winning streak: 104 (2), Seward; 16, Milford. Consecutive 20-win seasons: 3, North Platte SP. Consecutive winning seasons: 4, Weeping Water. Consecutive state tournament years: 16, West Point GACC.

Scoring average, season: 67.3, Kearney Catholic

Defensive average, season: 26.0, Deshler; 33.5, Shelby-RC; 34.6, Friend

Fewest points allowed, game: 10, Deshler

3-pointers, season: 156, Kearney Cath.; 142, Arapahoe. 3-pointers, game: 18, Seward; 14, Grand Island NW; 11, Blair.

Free-throw percentage, season: .650, Gothenburg; .622, Boone Central/NG

Rebounds, game: 59, Boone Central/NG

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