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Omaha Benson produced some outstanding defensive moments Friday night in claiming a spot in the Class A championship game for the first time.
Somewhere around the time Bellevue West hit a 3-pointer on its third straight possession in the first quarter, Thunderbirds coach Marc Kruger looked up at the scoreboard with an expression shared by most fans at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
The Class D-2 No. 3 Jets outlasted Giltner 31-28 in the lowest scoring game of the tournament's opening rounds.
Last year's Class C-1 champion showed once again Friday it is going to do everything possible to defend that title.
St. Cecilia head coach Jahn Kile and players celebrate a basket during their Class C-2 state semifinal game Friday in Lincoln.
Those little victories resulted in one big win for the No. 1 ranked Bulldogs Friday morning.
It hasn't been the easiest of seasons for the Bellevue East boys basketball team or its coach, but they both ended the season with plenty to be proud of Saturday afternoon at Benson.
A Papillion-La Vista basketball team that has fought all season long battled one final time Thursday night against Lincoln Northeast.
It was a special Thursday for the Giltner girls basketball program. The No. 2-seeded Hornets utilized an opportunistic defense and controlled the paint to earn their first win the state tournament in school history in beating No.
The Titans defeated the Dragons 61-50 on Thursday in a first-round Class B game at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
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Senior center John Karhoff and junior guard CJ Carter were named Honorable Mention All-Summit for the 2013-14 season, the conference office announced Wednesday.
The Hawkettes forced 17 turnovers and had four key steals in the fourth quarter.
Defending Class B champion Grand Island Northwest never trailed Thursday in defeating Sidney 65-44 in the first girls basketball state tournament game in the new Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Minden's Brooke Kissinger dribbles between Lincoln Lutheran's Maria Deeter and Hannah Sain during their first round game of the Class C-1 state tournament Thursday in Lincoln.