Norfolk and Wahoo could be in Class B together for boys basketball in the 2019-20 school year.

The Nebraska School Activities Association released unofficial enrollments for next year on Wednesday after a delay in receiving them from the Nebraska Department of Education. In girls and boys basketball and volleyball, the 28 largest schools in the sport are in Class A, the next 32 are in Class B.

Norfolk is No. 29 in boys enrollment, Omaha Benson is No. 28 and Wahoo is No. 59. In girls enrollment, Norfolk is No. 27 — keeping the Panthers in Class A — and Wahoo at No. 71 stays in Class C-1.

Elkhorn is No. 25 in boys and No. 28 in girls, putting the Antlers into Class A in what should be its final school year before Elkhorn North’s scheduled opening in August 2020.

Omaha South has the most boys in the state and Omaha Central has the most girls.

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