SCHEDULE

>> Boys basketball: No. 3 Omaha Central at No. 1 Omaha South, 7:15 p.m. Friday

>> Boys basketball: Elkhorn South at Omaha Gross, 6 p.m. Saturday

>> Girls basketball: Omaha Gross at Omaha Skutt, 7:30 p.m. Thursday

>> Girls basketball: Lincoln Southwest at Lincoln Northeast, 5:45 p.m. Friday

>> Girls basketball: Crete at Waverly, 3:45 p.m. Saturday

>> Swimming: Millard South Invitational (boys only), 10 a.m. Saturday

>> Swimming: Elkhorn Invitational at Common Grounds, 10 a.m. Saturday

NOTABLES

BOYS BASKETBALL

>> Brian Schwetschenau, Omaha Skutt: Had 34 points and 15 rebounds against Roncalli and 26 points and 11 rebounds against Lincoln Pius X, not missing a free throw in either game.

>> Jake Goltz and Zach Flott, Ralston: They combined to go 20 of 27 from the field for 41 points in a win over Beatrice.

>> Nick Josoff, Yutan: Had 20 points and 10 assists against David City.

>> Nate Maloley, Papillion-La Vista: Had 14 points against Fremont and 24 against then-No. 1 Omaha Central.

>> Lucas Lazure, Fort Calhoun: Averaged 17 points in three Capitol Conference tournament games as the Pioneers made it to the final.

>> Trey Carr and Rashad McCoy, Omaha Burke: Combined for 34 of the Bulldogs’ 45 second-half points at Lincoln North Star.

>> Logan Power, Lincoln Christian: Scored 28 points as the Class C-1 No. 8 Crusaders paid back No. 7 Wahoo Neumann, which beat them three nights earlier in the Centennial Conference final.

>> Luke Gifford, Lincoln Southeast: His career-high 20 points, with eight rebounds, led a 60-53 win at Lincoln East.

>> Clayton Wacker, Logan View: Had 32 points and seven rebounds in a loss to Clarkson/Leigh.

>> Adam Moon, O’Neill St. Mary’s: Had 37 points and 13 rebounds against Elgin/Pope John.

>> Ty Danielson, York: Had 49 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists in his final two games of the Central Conference tournament, which the Dukes won for the first time in 10 years.

>> Joseph Clinch, North Platte St. Patrick’s: Scored 27 points in a 79-47 win over Anselmo-Merna.

>> Colton Tomka, Clarkson/Leigh: Had 22 points and 11 rebounds against Logan View.

>> Adam Moon, O’Neill St. Mary’s: Had 37 points and 13 rebounds against Elgin/Pope John.

>> Dylan Brenner, Leyton: Had 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against Minatare.

>> Bob McVey, Mitchell: Scored 21 of his career-high 32 points in the first half against Gordon-Rushville.

>> Nick Miller, Hartington: His 32 points led an 87-60 win over Allen.

>> Ben Klenke and Trey Barnes, Seward: Klenke had 24 points against Fairbury and Barnes had 24 against Columbus Lakeview.

>> Justin Anderson, West Point-Beemer: Had 20 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks against Lyons-Decatur.

>> Stefon Milvanovic, Arapahoe: Had 21 points and 16 rebounds against Hitchcock County.

>> Thomas Eacker, Norfolk: Had a career-high 21 points against Kearney.

>> Dakotah Kluver, Homer: Had 15 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds against Bloomfield.

>> Mitchell Harling, Falls City: Had 15 points and seven assists while making 6 of 6 free throws in a win over Southern.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

>> Logan Drueppel, Schuyler: Her 27 rebounds in a 32-26 loss to Central City tie her for eighth-best all-time. Also had 19 points and six blocked shots.

>> Logan Zeleny, Exeter-Milligan: Averaged 21 points and made a total of 10 3s in three games as the Timberwolves won the Crossroads Conference.

>> Laurel Krohn, Osmond: Topped the 1,000 mark for points in a career in a win over Ewing.

>> Christa Brockhaus, Humphrey St. Francis: Had 15 points and 16 rebounds in a 51-25 win at Norfolk Lutheran.

>> McKenzie Brown, Grand Island Northwest: Already the Vikings’ career scoring leader, the junior has topped 1,000 points.

>> Kelly Carden, Neligh-Oakdale: Scored 31 points against Stuart.

>> Kaylee Jensen, Lindsay Holy Family: Had 34 points in a 57-35 win at St. Edward.

>> Alyssa Frauendorfer, Humphrey: Scored 26 points against Cedar Valley to top 2,000 in her career.

>> Maddie Egr, Yutan: Scored 20 points against Weeping Water.

>> Allison Arens, Crofton: Scored 16 points against Pierce.

>> Brook Kissinger, Minden: Made eight 3s and scored 34 points in an overtime loss to Gothenburg.

>> Malaik Muhammad, Lincoln High: Had 21 points against Omaha Bryan.

>> McKenna Dodd, Lincoln Southwest: Sank six 3s and had 22 points against Norfolk.

>> Kaitlynn Thomas, Ashland-Greenwood: Had 23 points in a win over Wahoo.

>> Maddie Simon, Lincoln Pius X: Had 23 points against Omaha Gross.

>> Shelby Lineberry, Cedar Bluffs: Had 11 points in a rally against Omaha Brownell-Talbot.

>> Samantha Waldron, Millard West: Scored a game-high 24 points in a 67-63 overtime win over No. 1 Bellevue West.

>> Alex Nelson, Papillion-La Vista: Scored 24 points against Fremont.

>> Joelle Overkamp, Omaha Gross: Had 20 points against Lincoln Pius X.

>> Sylvia Smith-Gatson, Omaha Central: Had 19 points against Papillion-La Vista.

>> Mary Jo McCauley, Bancroft-Rosalie: Had a career-high 38 points in a 70-27 win over Clarkson/Leigh.

WRESTLING

>> Colton Adams, Scottsbluff, and JaVaughn Perkins, Omaha North: Won their weight classes at the Top of the Rockies Tournament.

>> Layne Laaker, Bennington: Posted his 100th career win match and went 5-0 at the Woodbury Central (Iowa) Duals.

>> LeeRoy Coughran, Omaha North: The Metro Wrestling Coaches Association’s wrestler of the week won his weight class at the Plattsmouth Invite.

>> Issac DeLoa, Millard South: Earned Metro wrestler of the week honors for his 4-0 record and 113-pound title at the Metro Conference meet.

CONTACT US

>> E-mail: stu.pospisil@owh.com, mike.patterson@owh.com

>> Fax: 402-444-1238

>> Mail: 1314 Douglas St., Suite 700, Omaha, NE 68102

>> Phone: 800-284-6397 or 402-444-1041

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