Speed, depth, aggression. The Nebraska Lutheran Knights boys basketball team, rated D-1 No. 10 by the Omaha World-Herald, had all three of those attributes Thursday night in a 60-20 home win over the Lincoln College View Eagles in Waco, improving its record to 11-1 and bumping its win streak to four games.

The numbers, the turnovers, and the rebounds all favored the Nebraska Lutheran Knights on Friday night as they bulldozed their way past the McCool Junction Mustang girls in non-conference hoops action.

The host Knights came in with a record of 3-7 Thursday night against the 6-4 Eagles of College View, but the outing netted win number four for Nebraska Lutheran and the fifth loss for the Eagles, 39-29.

The Nebraska Lutheran Knight girls took control of the College View Academy Eagles early and never faded in Thursday's 41-28 Frontier Conference regular season win.

The Nebraska Lutheran Knights trimmed a 13 point fourth quarter Osceola Bulldogs lead to 38-33 with 6:12 to play in the game, but could get no closer. The Bulldogs held on for the 54-38 win and improved their record to 7-3 on the year.

The Nebraska Lutheran Knights could have made life a lot easier on themselves Thursday night; if they could have just done a little better at the free throw line.

The unbeaten Heartland Huskies had too many weapons for the Knights of Nebraska Lutheran to deal with Friday at Waco. The Huskies, ranked No. 4 in Class D1 by the Omaha World-Herald, won 80-20.

The No. 5 Class D2 Hampton Hawks improved their season mark to 22-2 with a three-game sweep of the Nebraska Lutheran Knights Thursday night. Hampton won the match 25-11, 25-20, 25-19.

The Cross County Cougars nearly had three times the total offense of the Nebraska Lutheran Knights Friday night, but it took a 16-0 fourth quarter run to secure the win for the Cougars.

The Giltner Hornets, the No. 4 team in Class D2, picked up their ninth win of the season Thursday night with a three game sweep of the Nebraska Lutheran Knights in prep volleyball action.