High school sports schedule and notables as published in The World-Herald on April 15.
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Metro Conference tournament, Thursday-Saturday
Jo Dusatko Invitational, Thursday at Burke Stadium
Kruger/May Invitational, Thursday at Elkhorn Stadium
Papillion-La Vista South Invitational, Thursday at Papillion-La Vista Stadium
Fremont Invitational, Friday
Nebraska Track Festival, Tuesday at Papillion-La Vista Stadium
Bellevue West Invitational, Thursday at Willow Lakes
Fremont Invitational, Friday at Fremont Golf Club
Omaha Creighton Prep Invitational, Monday at Champions Run
RJ Gunderson, Omaha Westside: Drove in three runs with a single and a two-run homer in the Warriors’ win over Bellevue West.
Dane Toman, Bellevue West: Struck out 12 in a win over Omaha Creighton Prep.
Shea Wendt, Blair: Had a walk-off grand slam against Columbus.
Kyler Randazzo, Elkhorn: Drove in four runs and pitched three innings of relief in a win over Bennington.
Joey Craig, Omaha Central: Doubled and was the winning pitcher against Omaha Burke.
Christian Hobbs, Millard South: Had the walk-off RBI single in a win over Elkhorn.
Owen Kelley, Omaha Burke: Struck out 13 in a win over Omaha South.
Lev Denenberg, Millard North: Allowed two hits over six innings in a win over Gretna.
Bryson Schultz, Norris: Struck out all 15 batters he faced in a perfect game against Adams Central.
Cade Barton, Omaha Skutt: He no-hit Hastings, striking out seven.
Cade Perry, Elkhorn South: Had a grand slam and seven RBIs against Waverly.
Dillion Frank, Omaha Northwest: Had eight RBIs on five hits, including two doubles, against Omaha Bryan.
Dakota Thomas, Lincoln Northeast: Went 5-for-5 with two doubles in an 11-2 win over Papillion-La Vista South
Jarrett Bell, Columbus: Struck out 13 in a 3-1 win over Lincoln North Star.
Will Reimer, Beatrice: Struck out 13 in a five-inning no-hitter against Crete.
Ian Becerra-Scott, Lincoln High: Three of his four goals in a 5-2 win over Norfolk were on free kicks.
Johnny Martin, Waverly: His hat trick in a 5-1 win over Blair lifted the Vikings into the Eastern Midlands final for the first time since 2008.
Malachi Wenger, Omaha Concordia: He had four goals against Seward.
Javier Baide, Grand Island: He had four goals and an assist against Lincoln North Star.
Jackson Fluckey, Platteview: Had three goals and three assists against Concordia.
Mia Hurt, Bennington: Had five goals against Schuyler and four goals and two assists against Plattsmouth.
Rylee Eschliman, Grand Island Northwest: Scored five times on Holdrege.
Kayma Carpenter, Lincoln East: Had four goals against Norfolk and three against Millard North.
Allie Napora, Papillion-La Vista South: She had four goals against Omaha Burke.
Sierra Springer, Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central: She scored five goals against Seward.
Daniel Frary, Auburn: Nailed his first attempt at the Plattsmouth Invitational, taking the state lead in the triple jump at 46-8.5
Dajaz DeFrand, Lincoln High: Her wind-aided 11.67 at the Grand Island Invitational is the fastest 100 meters in state history. She also won the 200.
Whitney Lauenstein, Waverly: Won four events, including anchoring the 1,600 relay, at her school’s invitational that the Vikings won.
Geran Sander and Caden Wynne, Lincoln Southwest: Their 1-2 finish paced the Silver Hawks’ team win at the Kearney Invitational.
Cole Fedderson, Kearney: Shot a 1-under 71 at Riverside to win the Grand Island Invitational.
Patrick Kenney, Wahoo Neumann: His 1-over 72 at Pioneers won the Norris Invitational.
Coaches: Send Prep Notable nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org