World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter is in Ames, Iowa, this weekend to watch the All-Iowa Attack Super 16 warm up event.
Midlands teams in the tournament include Omaha Sports Academy’s Gauntlet 17 and under, 16U and 15U teams. Omaha Elite has two 16U teams in the event as well.
>> OSA 15U Gauntlet 81, All Iowa Attack 10th Black 46: In the first round of bracket play OSA was led by Omaha Creighton Prep sophomore AJ Rollins with 19 points. Tucker DeVries (Elkhorn South) scored 14 while Glenwood's Ryan Blum scored 12 and Evan Meyersick (Millard West) 10.
>> OSA 16U Gauntlet 57, Omaha Elite 16U I 56: OSA held on to win in overtime despite trailing by five with under 30 seconds left in regulation. Latrell Wrightsell (Omaha Central) hit a corner 3-pointer to send the game into overtime. The game's leading scorer was Omaha Elite’s Jay Saunders (Omaha South) with 21. Wal Chuol (Omaha North) scored 12.
>> OSA 15U Gauntlet 80, Howard Pulley 15U Black 54: OSA had five player score in double figures. AJ Rollins put together another complete game and led OSA with 20 points. Auburn’s Cameron Binder scored 13 while Hunter Sallis (Millard North), Ryan Blum (Glenwood) and Tucker DeVries (Elkhorn South) scored 10.
>> OSA 17U Gauntlet 80, All Iowa Attack 11th Red 79, OT: OSA advanced to the final. Shereef Mitchell (Omaha Burke) led all scorers with 20 points. Charlie Easley (Lincoln Pius X) scored 18 and Akol Arop (Creigton Prep) added 15.
>> OSA 16U Gauntlet 69, All Iowa Attack 10th Red 46: OSA finished the weekend undefeated behind 22 points from Omaha Central’s Latrell Wrightsell. Tyson Gordon (Omaha Skutt) was the only other player in double figures with 11.
>> OSA 17U Gauntlet 81, Howard Pulley 17U 74: Shereef Mitchell scored 18 of his game-high 26 points in the second half to lead OSA to the championship victory. Jaylin Hunter (Creighton Prep) scored 11 and John Tonje (Omaha Central) added 10.
>> All Iowa Attack 9th Red 71, OSA 15U Gauntlet 61: Despite being down 14 at the half, OSA battled back in the second half to take a 54-53 lead with under seven minutes left. Preston Murphy (Elkhorn South) led the team with 16, Hunter Sallis (Millard North) added 14 and AJ Rollins (Creighton Prep) chipped in 10.
All Nebraska Attack girls 57, Colorado Boulder Rockies 28: Jayme Horan (Millard South) scored 15 points and South Sioux City's McKenna Sims added 11.
Nebraska Attack 72, Colorado Crush 34: Jayme Horan (Millard South) scored 16 points, Hannah Kelle (Lincoln Southwest) added 13 and Maddie Krull (Millard South) totaled 12.
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Week 40: Aurora's Caleb Badura blew through the Class B state tournament at Quail Run in Columbus, a par-72 course where he shot rounds of 72 and 70, after overcoming severe flareup of Crohn’s disease. He was 3-under for his final seven holes to finish 2-under for the 36 holes. Click here to read the full story.
Week 39: Omaha Roncalli's Logan McGill lined a fastball over the third baseman’s head and into the left-field corner to bring home the tying and winning runs in the Class B state championship game. Click here to read the story.
Week 38: Elkhorn South's Alex Nelson broke the record for the fastest electronically timed 200 in state history with a 21.30 at the A-1 district meet. Click here to read the story.
Week 37: In a district final against Bellevue West, Omaha Creighton Prep's Dylan Phillips threw a one-hitter, retiring the last 15 batters in a 2-0 victory. Click here to read the story.
Week 36: Papillion-La Vista's Hayden Pudenz earned wins in back-to-back golf tournaments and shot 73 both days, marking the third time he’s carded a 73 in his past four tournaments. Click here to read the story.
Week 35: Fullerton's Brent Wetovick was named the most outstanding male performer at the Nebraska Track and Field Festival, where he won the 400-meter dash in 49.34 seconds and the 800 in 1:55.40. Click here to read the story.
Week 34: Gretna's Sarah Weber scored eight goals — including a pair of hat tricks — and had five assists in three wins last week. Click here to read the story.
Week 31: Millard South's Lindsey Prokop tied a Class A record with seven goals in the Patriots' 11-0 win against Omaha North. Click here to read the story.
Week 30: Omaha Burke's Hunter Waugh fired a nine-strikeout 7-1 victory over Omaha Northwest with a five-inning no-hitter — with eight strikeouts — against Castle View (Colo.). Click here to read the story.
Week 29: York's Brady Danielson scored 69 points in three state tournament games, leading the Dukes to a Class B title. Click here to read the story.
Week 28: Quinn Weidemann led Omaha Westside to the Class A state title, averaging 22 points per game in the Warriors' three wins. Click here to read the story.
Week 27: Cooper Prososki scored a career-high 37 points to lead Bennington past Elkhorn South as the Badgers reached the Class B tournament for the third straight year. Click here to read the story.
Week 26: Papillion-La Vista South's Jared Mattley scored 36 points, including nine 3s, in a 70-58 victory over Omaha Northwest. Click here to read the story.
Week 25: Millard North's Nicole Avila-Ambrosi made 12 of 14 shots en route to a career-high 29 points in a win over Lincoln Northeast. She also pulled down seven boards and dished three assists. Click here to read the story.
Week 24: Millard South's Tyrell Carroll had two different double-doubles in a week. He had 23 points and 10 rebounds against Omaha Benson, and three days later posted 18 points and a career-high 13 assists, along with six steals, in a victory over Fremont. Click here to read the story.
Week 23: Millard North's Nick Ferrarini scored a school-record 36 points — on 14 shots — and pulled down nine rebounds in the Mustangs’ 73-66 victory over Omaha Bryan. Click here to read the story.
Week 22: Jaylin Hunter's 30-point performance helped erase an early double-digit deficit against Omaha Central en route to an 80-65 win for Omaha Creighton Prep. Click here to read the story.
Week 21: Isaac Trumble of Millard South tripled Omaha Burke's James Burks' career loss total by beating the two-time state champion twice in a 24-hour span. Click here to read the story.
Week 20: Omaha Brownell Talbot's Josie Petrulis recorded consecutive games of 30-plus points in wins over East Butler and Boys Town. Click here to read the story.
Week 19: Conestoga's Sierra Kile scored 32 points and made all 12 of her free throws in a 59-54 overtime win over Weeping Water. Click here to read the story.
Week 17: Akili Felici scored 41 points, including 11 3-pointers — both school records — in Bellevue West's 67-21 win over Omaha Bryan. Click here to read the story.
Week 16: Blair's Jackson Nielsen swept through the 113-pound division in the Boys Town Invitational, earning MVP honors and helping the Bears to the team title. Click here to read the story.
Week 15: Omaha Burke's Shereef Mitchell capped a career-high 37-point night with a buzzer-beating, game-winning 3-pointer against Omaha Central. Click here to read the story.
Week 14: Colton Feist helped Yutan claim the Class C-2 title by recording 10 tackles, including two for loss, a forced fumble and a tipped pass that resulted in an interception during a 27-6 win over Centennial. Click here to read the story.
Week 13: Emily Bressman, who led state champ Omaha Marian in digs, recorded 29 kills in a four-set victory over Millard North in the Class A title match. Click here to read the story.
Week 12: Jake Archer recorded a school-record 23 tackles and a 35-yard pick-six for Omaha Skutt in a 10-9 Class B semifinal victory over then-undefeated Gretna. Click here to read the story.
Week 11: James Burks helped Omaha Burke rally from a 20-point halftime deficit to a 43-37 win over Millard West in the Class A quarterfinals, totaling 305 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. Click here to read the story.
Week 10: Gio Mainor ran 11 times for 141 yards and two touchdowns, helping Omaha Burke advance in the Class A playoffs. Click here to read the story.
Week 9: Jake Ralston became Papillion-La Vista South's first-ever state cross country champion, helping the Titans to their first team title. Click here to read the story.
Week 8: Dylan Plautz guided Omaha Westside's offense to 73 points as it outlasted Bellevue West. He finished with 454 yards and four touchdowns. Click here to read the story.
Week 7: York's Simon Otte ran for 217 yards and two touchdowns in the third quarter of a 51-20 victory over Aurora. He finished with 327 yards and three scores. Click here to read the story.
Week 6: Jerome Barnes ran for seven first-half touchdowns and 305 yards in Papillion-La Vista's 49-26 over Omaha Benson. Click here to read the story.
Week 4: Gretna's Tanner Tierney ran for 280 yards and five touchdowns in the Dragons' 59-14 win over Omaha Roncalli. Click here to read the story.
Week 3: Millard North quarterback Cade Elwood ran for 229 yards and had a Class A record-tying seven touchdowns in a 62-35 win over Papillion-La Vista. Click here to read the story.
Week 2: Wayne's Mason Lee opened a 34-30 win over Boone Central with an 86-yard kickoff return for a TD and caught three TD passes. Click here to read the story.
Week 1: Halle Meister helped get Omaha Roncalli get to the Class B state tournament in volleyball for the first time since 1983. Click here to read the story.