High school sports schedule and notables as published in The World-Herald on Feb. 3.
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Lincoln High at Fremont, 6 p.m. Friday
Millard South at Omaha Central, 5:30 p.m. Saturday
State dual championships, Saturday at Buffalo County Fairgrounds, Kearney. Finals, 6 p.m.
State girls and boys championships, Monday and Tuesday at Sun Valley Lanes, Lincoln. Team finals Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
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Jacob Martin, Omaha South: Was 10 of 13 for 27 points in a 96-56 win over Omaha Northwest.
Daniel Brocaille, Papillion-La Vista South: Reached 1,000 career points during a 27-point game in a 61-42 win over Millard West.
Cale Jacobsen, Ashland-Greenwood: Had 25 points, 11 rebounds, eight steals and four assists in a 57-49 win over Fort Calhoun for the Capitol Conference tournament title.
Brody Travis, Douglas County West: Set a school record with 41 points in a 69-60 conference-tournament loss to Fort Calhoun.
Brady Christiansen, Lincoln Pius X: Had 29 points and 19 rebounds in an 87-71 win over Omaha Burke.
Hayden Frank and Drew Johnson, Malcolm: In a 71-61 win over Palmyra, Frank had 30 points, 11 rebounds and six assists. Johnson had 24 points and six rebounds.
Trevor Kuncl and Clayton Moore, Mullen: Kuncl’s 30 points and Moore’s 21 points and 13 rebounds paced a 71-33 win over Arthur County.
Braden Thompson and Chase Brown, Nebraska City: Thompson is averaging 16.3 points through 15 games. Brown is 29 of 36 (.808) at the line.
Dillon Christiansen, Garden County: Had 30 points, 14 rebounds and six assists against South Platte.
Jaxson Bernecker, Hartington Cedar Catholic: The 6-footo-5 junior led the Trojans with 27 points and nine rebounds in a 56-44 win over Ponca.
Caitlyn Heise, Pender: Made 10 of 15 3s for 32 points in a 78-32 win over Madison.
Lexi Theis, Fillmore Central: Became the program’s career scoring leader with a school-record 33 points against Gibbon in a 72-44 win.
Karley Golladay, Wahoo: Had a school-record 12 assists as the Warriors beat Ralston 67-16.
Katherine Thaden, Omaha Brownell Talbot: Scored 18 points against Lincoln College View as the Raiders won their fifth straight Frontier Conference tournament title.
Ital Lopuyo, Omaha Central: Had 22 points and 10 rebounds against Lincoln Southwest.
Taylor McCabe, Fremont: Scored 29 in a win over Bellevue East.
Riley Jensen, Bellevue East: Had 24 points against Fremont.
Makayla Baughman, Blair: Scored 25 in a win over Omaha Roncalli.
Kenzie Melcher, Bellevue West: Had 19 in a win over Omaha Marian.
Skye Giddings, Omaha South: Had 20 points in a win over Omaha North.
Emily Hebenstreit, Mead: Scored 20 points against Auburn.
Adison Markowski, Lincoln Pius X: Scored 22 in a win over Lincoln High.
Kiana Wiley, Lincoln High: Scored 20 in a win over Kearney.
Kailee Potts, Perkins County: Scored 26 in a win over Maxwell.
Dajana Garrison, Wallace: Had 22 in a win over Brady.