Notables

BOYS BASKETBALL

Brady Delimont, Ainsworth: His six 3s in a subdistrict loss to Clearwater-Orchard finished off his state career record of 317 treys. he scored 32 points.

Andy Kerkman, Clearwater-Orchard: Pushed the state’s career rebounds record to 1,362 with 16 against Ainsworth.

Dru Kuxhausen, Scottsbluff: Scored 32 points, with seven 3-pointers, against Lexington, and added 31 points in a win over Gering.

Jason Line, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller: His 34 points helped lead the way to a 74-55 win over South Loup.

David Wingett, Winnebago: Had 33 points in an 80-78 win over Gothenburg.

Ty Hegemann, Madison: Had 38 points, including nine 3s, as the Dragons beat Norfolk Catholic 68-63.

Buck Leinen, Omaha Concordia: The sophomore had a career-high 30 points in a win over Elkhorn Mount Michael. He was 10 of 15 from the field and 6 of 6 at the foul line.

Alex Rodgers, Omaha Roncalli: The freshman starting point guard is averaging three assists and two steals a game.

Brevin Sloup, Seward: Had 21 points in a win over Columbus Lakeview.

Tyrell Carroll and Buom Dobuol, Omaha North: Carroll had 26 points, with four 3s, in a 75-70 overtime win over Lincoln North Star. Dobuol, a 6-foot-10 senior, totaled 23 rebounds and 12 blocks in wins over Omaha Benson and North Star.

Stephen Hillis, Hartington Cedar Catholic: Had 22 points and 14 rebounds in a 61-55 loss to Battle Creek and 16 points and 10 rebounds in a 57-47 win over Norfolk Lutheran.

Orion Lamotte, Walthill: Scored 26 of his 31 points in the third quarter of a win over Emerson-Hubbard.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lauren Shymkewicz, Ralston: Her 34 points in a 50-47 win over Omaha Roncalli set the Rams’ single-game record.

Skyler Snider, Kearney: The Seton Hall recruit had a career-best 34 points in a 60-42 win over Columbus — in front of a full house of 1,632 for Kearney’s last doubleheader in its gym.

Hannah Ostrom, Lexington: Had 30-point games in wins at Phillipsburg, Kansas, and Alliance.

Rylie Cascio Jensen, Fremont: Had a career-high 37 points in a loss to Bellevue West.

Delaney Belt and Macy Stewart, Shelby-Rising City: Belt scored 19 points in a 39-36 overtime win over rival Osceola. Stewart scored 23 in a 45-25 win over East Butler.

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