The World-Herald's Mike Patterson put together everything you need to know for Nebraska high school girls basketball district finals in Class A.

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Friday

A-1 — Omaha Marian (11-12) at Lincoln Pius X (18-4), 6 p.m.: The Crusaders posted their second road win over Lincoln North Star in Thursday’s subdistrict semifinal. The fifth-ranked Thunderbolts defeated visiting Marian 68-51 on Feb. 2.

A-2 — Lincoln High (11-12) at Millard South (20-3), 5:30 p.m.: The Links were 1-1 against Kearney this season but won the rubber game in the subdistrict semifinal. The Patriots seek a return to state after finishing as the state runners-up the past two years.

A-3 — Lincoln Southeast (11-12) at Lincoln Southwest (19-4), 5 p.m.: The Knights upset Omaha Northwest on Thursday and now set their sights on the fourth-ranked Silver Hawks. Southwest defeated Southeast 52-37 on Dec. 14.

A-4 — Omaha Benson (17-5) at Lincoln East (18-5), 5:30 p.m.: The Bunnies, who dispatched Gretna on Thursday, will be seeking their first state tourney trip in four years. The top-ranked Spartans are going for their fourth straight trip to state in quest of their fifth title.

A-5 — Millard West (13-10) at Omaha Westside (21-4), 5:30 p.m.: The Wildcats pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Omaha Burke on Thursday. The Warriors, the defending state champions, have split two games against Millard West this year.

A-6 — Fremont (18-7) at Papillion-La Vista (21-4), 5:30 p.m.: The eighth-ranked Tigers are seeking their seventh trip to state and first since 2016. The ninth-ranked Monarchs reached state last year, breaking a seven-year drought.

A-7 — Lincoln Northeast (16-6) at Millard North (19-4), 6 p.m.: The Rockets survived a close call (58-56) against Papillion-La Vista South on Thursday. The Mustangs, who won 60-54 at Northeast two weeks ago, are aiming for their 15th trip to state.

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Mike covers high school sports, primarily volleyball in the fall, girls basketball in the winter and baseball in the spring and summer. He also reports on horse racing for The World-Herald. Follow him on Twitter @MPattersonOWH. Phone: 402-444-1350.

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