Nebraska high school girls basketball players to watch

Crete's Morgan Maly averaged 20 points and nine rebounds last season. 

Nebraska high school girls basketball starts Thursday. Here are some players to watch heading into the season.

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Nicole Avila-Ambrosi, Millard North: The 5-9 senior and California Baptist signee averaged 13 points and five rebounds last season for the Class A champion Mustangs.

Olivia Boudreau, Papillion-La Vista: The 5-9 guard averaged 15 points last year and set a Class A record for 3-pointers with 80.

Charlotte Bovaird, Lincoln East: The 5-10 forward averaged 14 points for the Spartans.

Whitney Brown, Grand Island Northwest: The 5-6 guard and Nebraska walk-on averaged 16.4 points for the Class B champion Vikings.

Ale’jah Douglas, Omaha Northwest: The senior point guard averaged 20.6 points before suffering an injury.

Nyayongah Gony, Lincoln High: The 6-3 Miami signee averaged 11 points and nine rebounds last season.

Aanaya Harris, Omaha Burke: The 6-foot junior holds offers from Western Kentucky, UC Riverside, UMKC and Xavier.

Aryannah Harrison, Omaha Marian: The 5-8 junior averaged 13.3 points last season for the Crusaders.

Olivia Hollenbeck, Lincoln Christian: The Fort Hays State commit averaged 16 points and 7.6 rebounds last season for the Class C-1 Crusaders.

Jayme Horan, Millard South: The 6-foot Creighton signee averaged 22.6 points and 7.8 rebounds last season.

Maddie Krull, Millard South: The 5-11 point guard, signed by South Dakota, averaged 15.6 points last year and also had 122 assists and 85 steals.

Morgan Maly, Crete: The Creighton signee averaged 20 points and nine rebounds last season for the Class B runner-up Cardinals.

Alexis Markowski, Lincoln Pius X: The 6-3 South Dakota State commit averaged 14 points and nine rebounds last year.

Taylor McCabe, Fremont: She averaged 18 points as a freshman last season and set a school record for 3-pointers with 72.

Maddy Meehan, Elkhorn: The 5-10 senior averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds last year for the Antlers.

Kalynn Meyer, Superior: The 6-3 Nebraska volleyball signee averaged 20 points and 17 rebounds for the Class C-2 Wildcats.

McKenna Minter, Lincoln Northeast: The Seton Hall signee averaged almost 17 points last season.

Allison Weidner, Humphrey St. Francis: The 5-9 junior guard and Nebraska commit averaged almost 20 points per game last year for the Class D-2 Flyers.

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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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