Omaha Skutt Invitational at Ralston, 9 a.m. Saturday

Millard North Invitational, boys at 3 p.m. Friday and girls at 11 a.m. Saturday


Elkhorn Invitational, Saturday



Blake Dieckmann and Austin Ottis, Fremont Bergan: In a 49-33 win over Cedar Bluffs, Dieckmann had 15 points and three steals and Ottis had 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Jackson Noakes and Travis Holcomb, Centura: In an overtime upset of Gothenburg, Noakes was 7 of 12 on 3s in scoring 31 points and Holcomb had 18 points, nine boards, four blocks and three assists. Noakes made a school-record nine 3s — there were 25 in the game — in a loss to Riverside.

Tim Stilmock, Syracuse: With leading scorer Tanner Harsin out with a concussion last weekend, Stilmock scored 22 points — he was 11 of 13 at the line and had 11 rebounds — against Wahoo in a 65-58 overtime win. He also led the Rockets to a 48-42 win over Louisville with 12 points.

Kanon Koster, Kearney: The 6-foot-3 sophomore wing scored a careerhigh 29 points in a win at Lincoln Northeast, going 11 of 12 from the field, with five steals. Against North Platte, he had 19 points.

Sean Kathol, Matthew Becker and Jack Steffen, Hartington Cedar Catholic: In an 85-80 overtime loss to Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, Kathol had 28 points, freshman Becker 22 points and 14 rebounds and Steffen nine points and 13 rebounds.

Isaac Olsen, Lincoln Christian: Scored 14 points and the last of his three 3s in the final quarter was a buzzer-beater from beyond halfcourt for a 49-48 win over Nebraska City Lourdes.

Levi Asp, Loomis: Had 34 points in a 76-74 overtime win over Arapahoe.

Gentry Anderson, Arapahoe: Had 32 points in the loss to Loomis.

Preston Schnitzler, Kenesaw: Had 31 points against Wilcox-Hildreth.


Payton Brotzki, Platteview: Scored a school-record 41 points in a win vs. Plattsmouth.

Alex Homan, Omaha Gross: Had 27 points in a win against Ralston.

Arianna Veland, Elkhorn South: Had a career-high 22 points against Bennington.

Lauren Rongisch, Millard West: Scored 19 points in a win over Millard South.

Emma Grenfell, York: Scored 10 of her 13 points in the fourth quarter in a victory against Gretna.

Halle Meister, Omaha Roncalli: Had 17 points against Fremont Bergan.

Alexandria Humlicek, North Bend: Had 20 points — including a 10 for 10 performance from the line — in a win over Raymond Central.

Meghan Luper, Fremont: Scored 24 points against Columbus and 25 against Lincoln East.

Grace Barry, Lincoln East: Had 20 points against Lincoln Southeast.

Karly Zaugg, Yutan: Had 22 points in a win over Mead.

Lauren Swenson, Douglas County West: Scored 19 points as the Falcons won their first game, beating Omaha Brownell-Talbot.

Sophia Pankratz, Hastings: Scored 24 points in a win over Lexington.

Caitlin Kumm, Osmond: Scored 22 points and 11 rebounds in a win over Ewing and had 25 points, with seven 3s, against Allen.

Kinsley Klabenes, Neligh-Oakdale: Had a school-record tying 31 points against Osmond.

Justice Sorenson, Pender: Made a school-record eight 3-pointers and scored 26 points against Homer.

Hiliary Huss, Stanton: Topped the 1,000-point career plateau against Plainview.

Monica Arens, Crofton: Scored 29 points in a win over Sioux City (Iowa) Heelan.

Hannah Ollendick, Elkhorn Valley: Had 27 points, seven boards and nine steals in an OT loss to Ewing.

Samantha Brester, Howells-Dodge: The 5-9 junior post scored her 1,000th career point against Plainview.

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