Omaha Bryan senior Javen Udofia announced his commitment to Central Connecticut in a tweet on Thursday.
Omaha Creighton Prep will return to the state basketball tournament to defend its Class A title.
A black basketball shirt and Kevin Vann’s clipboard and mechanical pencil adorned an empty seat on the team bench at Omaha Bryan on Monday night.
In a fast-paced battle, it was Omaha South’s strong stable of scorers who came out with a 65-45 victory over Omaha Bryan on Friday.
The Metro Holiday tournament resumed on Wednesday with quarterfinal action at Ralston Arena. Here are Prep Recruiting Specialist Mike Sautter's stars of the day.
Bellevue West sophomore David Nuor scored a career high 30 points as Bellevue West held on to defeat Omaha Bryan 75-72.
When Omaha Bryan needed a score, Javen Udofia was the man for the job in Friday’s win over Bellevue East.
Just as the two teams did one year ago, Omaha Central and Omaha Bryan got the boys high school basketball season off to a thrilling start Thursday as the preseason No. 5-ranked Eagles edged the No. 4 Bears 59-57.
Replacing Tre Crawford's production and leadership will be key for the Bears.
Tre’Vion Crawford sparked a 34-point fourth quarter for the West team Saturday night with 18 points to lead his squad to a 99-91 victory.
Javen Udofia was second in scoring on Omaha Bryan's state semifinalist team and led the Bears in rebounding and assists during his junior season. He's the No. 4-ranked player in the NebHSRecruiting rankings for the 2019 class. His coach thinks there is more the 6-foot-1, 165-pound guard can do.
The Class A No. 2 Warriors broke through in the second overtime and held off Millard West 1-0 Monday evening in the quarterfinals of the Metro Conference soccer tournament.
Kyle Luedtke scored 21 points to lead the Junior Jays, who advance to the championship game Saturday against Bellevue West at 6:30 p.m.
Tre'Vion Crawford hit a 3-pointer from the left side as time expired Friday night to give Omaha Bryan a 50-48 victory over No. 2 Lincoln East.
With district final wins Monday night, Bryan qualified for state for the first time since 2012 and Bellevue West for the first time since 2015.
It was a team effort Friday night for Omaha Burke in its 58-55 road victory over No. 4 Omaha Bryan.
Javen Udofia had 12 of his 14 points in the final quarter Saturday as No. 7 Omaha Bryan defeated No. 9 Kearney 56-47 in boys basketball.
It wasn’t exactly a pretty night for Tre’Vion Crawford. But those last four minutes couldn’t have been prettier as Crawford scored nine of his 12 points to rally No. 6 Omaha Bryan to a 55-50 win.
Either Omaha Burke or Millard North is going to be in the Metro Conference boys basketball holiday tournament title game. It’s been a long wait for both.
Omaha Central led the entire second half Tuesday to defeat Omaha Bryan 65-57 in the quarterfinals of the Metro Conference boys basketball holiday tournament at Ralston Arena.
Revenge may be a dish best served cold — not a reference to Saturday’s weather — but Omaha Westside and Millard North didn’t wait long to exact theirs in the Metro Conference’s holiday tournament.
Bryan’s Javen Udofia had a team-high 23 points. The Bears play in Tuesday’s 5:15 p.m. quarterfinal.
The Vikings rallied from a seven-point deficit to post a 60-48 victory over Elkhorn South in one of eight first-round games at Ralston Arena. North (3-3) advanced to play top-ranked Millard South when the tourney resumes Tuesday.
McKenna Bray scored 23 points and Jayme Horan added 19 to lead top-ranked Millard South to a 64-22 win over Omaha Bryan on Friday in a first-round game of the Metro Holiday tournament.
In a season of standout performers, Omaha Bryan senior Tre'Vion Crawford has been consistently outstanding through the Bears' first seven games.
Nico Felici’s 3-point play with 3.7 seconds left, off a backcourt steal, pulled out a 73-72 win Friday night for preseason No. 7 Bellevue West over visiting Omaha Bryan.