The competition was fierce at the Riverside Top 10 Camp on Tuesday. The camp, which is in its fifth year, included teams from across Nebraska.
It may have taken all day to get the tournament’s opening-day shocker, but it was worth the wait for Wynot.
No. 1-rated Mead earned its first trip to the state finals since 2009 with a 46-36 victory over No. 4 Parkview Christian Friday afternoon in the semifinals of the Class D-2 state tournament at the Devaney Sports Center.
Henry Tanksley had 28 points and Tucker Pinyan hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to carry Lincoln Parkview, in its tournament debut, past Anselmo-Merna 63-39 in the Class D-2 first round at Lincoln Northeast's Ed Johnson Gymnasium.
The level of competition shouldn’t affect Lincoln Parkview when playing its first boys state basketball tournament game Thursday.
Lincoln Parkview put together a 10-0 run early in the second half to take control of Saturday’s fifth-place game in the Grand Island Central Catholic Early Season Tournament.
Kearney Catholic’s defensive pressure is already in mid-season form. Parkview Christian was the unfortunate casualty of that. By night’s end, the Stars forced the Patriots into 34 turnovers, many of which came on their full-court press.
The Nebraska Lutheran Knights swept two opponents Monday night in the Frontier Conference Volleyball Tournament.
A 62-point first half by the Parkview Christian Patriots led to a 68-22 drubbing of the Hampton Hawks Friday night.