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The Nebraska men's basketball team erased a 14-point second-half deficit Saturday afternoon at No. 24 Rutgers, but the Scarlet Knights scored the final nine points to rally for a 75-72 victory at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
 
Nebraska led 72-66 with less than three minutes to play, but Geo Baker hit a pair of 3-pointers down the stretch, including the game-winner with 1.1 seconds remaining. Baker's clutch threes – his only two baskets of the game – came after Nebraska turned a 14-point second-half deficit into a six-point lead. But the Scarlet Knights prevailed thanks to strong finishes to both halves, as Rutgers outscored Nebraska 8-2 over the final two minutes of the first half and 9-0 over the final two minutes of the game.
 
With the win, Rutgers remained perfect at home this season, improving to 14-0 at the RAC. The Scarlet Knights improved to 15-5 overall and moved to 6-3 in the Big Ten Conference, while Nebraska fell to 7-13 on the season and 2-7 in conference play.
 
Nebraska nearly pulled out the come-from-behind win thanks to a big second half from Cam Mack, who was limited in the first half due to foul trouble. Mack scored 16 of his 19 points in the final period, as he went 5-of-5 from the floor, including a trio of 3-pointers, after halftime. In all, Mack went 6-of-7 from the field with a career-high four 3-pointers. Thorir Thorbjarnarson tied his career highs with five 3-pointers and 17 points, falling just short of a double-double after grabbing eight rebounds. Jervay Green added 11 points and Haanif Cheatham chipped in 10 points, as the Huskers had four players in double figures.
 
NU knocked down 11 3-pointers, and the Huskers' 72 points were the most Rutgers has allowed during its 14-game home winning streak. Nebraska was only out-rebounded by seven after the Scarlet Knights grabbed 17 more boards than the Huskers in the first meeting this season. But Rutgers had 10 offense rebounds and outscored Nebraska 17-5 in second-chance points, and both the Scarlet Knights' game-tying and game-winning 3-pointers came after offensive rebounds.

In a competitive first half, it was a one-possession game for 15 of the opening 20 minutes. Rutgers led 38-33 at the break after scoring eight of the final 10 points of the half. The Scarlet Knights shot 44 percent from the field in the period compared to 36 percent for Nebraska, but the Huskers knocked down five 3-pointers to stay close. Thorbjarnarson made three of those five three pointers, as he led Nebraska with nine first-half points. With Mack limited due to foul trouble, but Dachon Burke Jr. stepped up and dished out five first-half assists, one shy of his career high.
 
The opening six minutes featured runs for both teams. After Rutgers scored the first basket of the game, Nebraska hit three consecutive 3-pointers – two from Thorbjarnarson – in a 9-0 run that put the Huskers up seven. Rutgers responded with an 11-2 run over the next two minutes to regain its two-point lead.
 
Trailing 13-11, Nebraska stayed within four over the next six minutes before Rutgers used a 7-2 run to build a 30-23 advantage at the 4:42 mark. NU answered with eight straight points over the next two minutes to regain the lead at 31-30 before Rutgers scored eight of the final 10 points of the half to take a five-point lead into the locker room.
 
Mack, who was limited to nine minutes in the first half, knocked down a 3-pointer to open the second half. But Rutgers responded with a 13-2 run over the next three minutes, building a 51-38 lead and forcing a Husker timeout with 15:57 remaining.
 
Thorbjarnarson momentarily stopped the Scarlet Knights' momentum with a 3-pointer before Rutgers answered with five points in 10 seconds to stretch the lead to 14. Rutgers continued to lead by double digits until the Huskers made a huge run.
 
Trailing 60-49 with 12 minutes to play, Nebraska went on an 18-2 run to take a 67-62 lead with 6:46 remaining. Green and Mack combined for 14 of Nebraska's 18 points during the five-minute run, which culminated with the Huskers scoring 11 straight points in a three-minute stretch.
 
Rutgers ended the Husker run with a 3-pointer to cut the lead to two, but Mack answered with a 3-pointer of his own. Another Mack basket stretched the lead to 72-66 with less than three minutes remaining but that would prove to be the Huskers' final points. Rutgers tied the game with two minutes left on back-to-back 3-pointers just 38 seconds apart and neither team scored again until Baker's game-winner.
 
After playing four of its last five games on the road, Nebraska returns home to Pinnacle Bank Arena on Tuesday to take on the Michigan Wolverines. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m., and the game will be televised on ESPNU with live radio coverage provided by the Husker Sports Network.

Postgame Notes
*-Today marked the sixth time that Nebraska has hit at least 10 3-pointers in a game this season, as the Huskers hit 11 3-pointers today.
*-Thorir Thorbjarnarson tied his career high in both points (17) and 3-pointers (five), as he had 17 points on two other occasions, most recently against Indiana on Jan. 18. His five 3-pointers matches NU's best this season, as he had five 3-pointers at Ohio State.
*-It is the eighth time this season that Thorir Thorbjarnarson has connected on multiple 3-pointers in game.
*-Nebraska matched Rutgers with 30 points in the paint today after being outscored 52-24 in the paint in the first meeting on Jan. 3
*-Cam Mack's four 3-pointers were a season high (previous high of three on five previous occasions).
*-Dachon Burke Jr. had a season-high five assists. His previous high was two on seven occasions, most recently at Ohio State on Jan. 14.
*-Charlie Easley played a career high 23 minutes on Saturday and finished with seven points, one off his career high.
*-Nebraska falls to 0-2 vs. ranked teams this year.
*-Nebraska had an 11-0 run in the second half, the 16th time NU has had a double-digit run this season.
*-Today is the first time in 20 games where Kevin Cross wasn't the Huskers' first sub off the bench, as Charlie Easley was NU's first sub at the 16:07 mark of the first half.



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1/23 Girls Semi Final Scores 
Bridgeport 39, Hershey 35 
Chase County 53, North Platte St Pats 51 (Overtime) 

SPVA BRACKET 




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BOYS PREP BASKETBALL=

Ainsworth 47, North Central 36

Allen 55, Wausa 29

Amherst 55, Gibbon 53

Ansley-Litchfield 56, South Loup 54

Bertrand 61, Maywood-Hayes Center 29

Bloomfield 52, Plainview 36

Cambridge 71, Dundy County-Stratton 64

College View Academy 61, Nebraska Lutheran 58

Columbus Scotus 48, Boone Central/Newman Grove 41

Cross County 55, Giltner 32

East Butler 62, Meridian 27

Elkhorn South 71, Omaha North 48

Exeter/Milligan 52, Bruning-Davenport/Shickley 50

Freeman 33, Wilber-Clatonia 28

Gothenburg 65, Broken Bow 51

Hi-Line 85, Medicine Valley 72

Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 87, Madison 56

Hyannis 50, Sandhills/Thedford 42

Kearney Catholic 47, Aurora 43

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 63, Battle Creek 43

Lexington 65, Cozad 24

Lincoln Christian 59, Omaha Concordia 41

Lincoln Northeast 68, Lincoln Southwest 53

Loomis 58, Alma 37

McCool Junction 73, Osceola 48

Mullen 61, Cody-Kilgore 24

Omaha Brownell-Talbot 48, Weeping Water 35

Omaha Burke 54, Millard South 42

Omaha Nation 90, Homer 44

Osmond 85, Emerson-Hubbard 27

Paxton 52, Wauneta-Palisade 44

Sandhills Valley 64, Arthur County 53

Shelby/Rising City 72, Dorchester 26

Southern Valley 70, Arapahoe 28

Sutton 55, Fairbury 42

Twin River 58, Clarkson/Leigh 50

West Holt 45, Boyd County 42

Wisner-Pilger 64, Pender 18

Wood River 46, Shelton 44

Minuteman Activities Conference=

Bayard 64, Leyton 28

South Platte 65, Garden County 58

River Cities Conference Tournament=

Consolation=

South Sioux City 64, Omaha Gross Catholic 54

Semifinal=

Omaha Roncalli 52, Elkhorn Mount Michael 51

Omaha Skutt Catholic 67, Beatrice 52

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=

Crete vs. Nebraska City, ppd.

Johnson County Central vs. Humboldt/Table Rock-Steinauer, ppd.

Lincoln Lutheran vs. Archbishop Bergan, ppd.

Yutan vs. Louisville, ppd.

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Adams Central 80, Central City 49

Arthur County 30, Sandhills Valley 29

Battle Creek 47, Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 37

Boone Central/Newman Grove 45, Columbus Scotus 33

Boyd County 39, West Holt 29

Boys Town 41, Omaha Christian Academy 36

Broken Bow 51, Gothenburg 45

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley 49, Exeter/Milligan 25

Cambridge 53, Dundy County-Stratton 43

Clarkson/Leigh 58, Twin River 25

Cozad 34, Lexington 32, OT

Cross County 54, Giltner 31

Elkhorn South 61, Omaha North 31

Fort Calhoun 46, Tekamah-Herman 38

Freeman 41, Wilber-Clatonia 22

Gibbon 54, Amherst 41

Grand Island Central Catholic 56, Centura 26

Hi-Line 59, Medicine Valley 37

Homer 52, Omaha Nation 33

Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family 60, Madison 40

Kearney Catholic 42, Aurora 32

Lincoln Christian 67, Omaha Concordia 36

Loomis 56, Alma 35

Maywood-Hayes Center 55, Bertrand 31

McCool Junction 36, Osceola 32

Meridian 43, East Butler 31

Millard South 77, Omaha Burke 45

Millard West 55, Omaha Marian 37

Mullen 54, Cody-Kilgore 30

Nebraska Lutheran 39, College View Academy 34

North Central 53, Ainsworth 24

Pender 50, Wisner-Pilger 39

Sandhills/Thedford 42, Hyannis 27

Shelby/Rising City 36, Dorchester 24

South Loup 52, Ansley-Litchfield 11

South Platte 55, Garden County 31

Southern Valley 43, Arapahoe 21

Stuart 40, Valentine 37

Sutton 31, Fairbury 23

Wauneta-Palisade 53, Paxton 40

Weeping Water 56, Omaha Brownell-Talbot 47

Wood River 46, Shelton 32

Goldenrod Conference Tournament=

Semifinal=

Fullerton 54, Palmer 35

Humphrey St. Francis 71, Burwell 22

Minuteman Activities Conference=

Bayard 58, Leyton 48

River Cities Conference Tournament=

Consolation Semifinal=

Omaha Mercy 40, Omaha Duchesne Academy 33

Omaha Roncalli 46, Ralston 34

Semifinal=

Beatrice 62, South Sioux City 42

Omaha Skutt Catholic 66, Omaha Gross Catholic 63, OT

SPVA Conference Tournament=

Consolation=

Perkins County 38, Sutherland 30

Semifinal=

Bridgeport 39, Hershey 35

Chase County 55, North Platte St. Patrick's 53, OT

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=

Crete vs. Nebraska City, ppd.

Johnson County Central vs. Humboldt/Table Rock-Steinauer, ppd.

Lincoln Lutheran vs. Archbishop Bergan, ppd.

Walthill vs. Ponca, ppd.

Wynot vs. Pierce, ppd.

Yutan vs. Louisville, ppd.





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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Fifteen-year-old American Coco Gauff has pulled off a big upset at the Australian Open by eliminating defending champion Naomi Osaka in straight sets in the third round. This is only the third Grand Slam tournament of Gauff's career but already her second time reaching the fourth round. Osaka is a former No. 1 and a two-time major champion. Gauff already beat another former No. 1 in the first round this week when she got past Venus Williams.

NEW YORK (AP) — LeBron James had 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in his 10th triple-double of the season and the Los Angeles Lakers made a season-high 19 3-pointers to pull away and beat the Brooklyn Nets 128-113. James closed within 17 points of Kobe Bryant for third place on the NBA's career scoring list. He can pass Bryant on Saturday at Philadelphia. Kyrie Irving scored 20 points.

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Mets made it official, hiring Luis Rojas as their manager to replace Carlos Beltrán. Beltran departed without managing a game last week as part of the fallout from the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal. Rojas, who had been the Mets’ quality control coach, was given a multiyear contract. Rojas became New York's fourth manager in the past 2 1/2 years — and third in four months.

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — NFL free agent Antonio Brown has turned himself in at a Florida jail on charges related to accusations that he and his trainer attacked another man. Brown arrived at Broward County Jail Thursday night. His lawyer says Brown is innocent of the charges, which include burglary with battery. The wide receiver played nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before being traded to the Oakland Raiders last year. He was released by the Raiders and subsequently signed and released by the New England Patriots.

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Tiger Woods opened with a 3-under-par 69 at Torrey North to start the new year in contention at the Farmers Open. Woods is coming off his record-tying 82nd victory in his last PGA Tour start three months ago in Japan. Sebastian Cappelen (KAP’-lihn) and Keegan Bradley had the low scores of the opening round.




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Lincoln – The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday that Nebraska home men’s basketball game against Michigan next Tuesday, Jan. 28 will be on ESPNU. 

Tipoff from Pinnacle Bank Arena is set for 6 p.m. with the broadcast team of Dave Feldman, Dan Dakich and Molly McGrath on the call. The TV network had been listed as TBA until today announcement. In addition, the game will also be available via streaming on ESPN.com (authentication required).

A limited number of tickets for the matchup are available on Huskers.com/Tickets or calling the Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office at 800-8-BIG Red during business hours (Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.).

The game will also be carried on the Learfield IMG College Husker Sports Network with Kent Pavelka and Jake Muhleisen on available on Huskers.com and the Huskers app.




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SPVA Girls & Boys Bracket 



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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning will formally announce his retirement tomorrow after a 16-year career played entirely with the New York Giants. The 39-year-old quarterback owns virtually every team passing record, but his future had been in doubt since the end of 4-12 season that saw him lose the starting job to rookie Daniel Jones. Team president and CEO John Mara called Manning one of the best players in franchise history and says the organization looks forward to inducting him in the Giants Ring of Honor in the near future.

NEW YORK (AP) — New York Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen (WAG’-eh-nen) says the team is finalizing a multiyear contract that would make Luis Rojas their new manager, replacing Carlos Beltrán. The son of former big league manager Felipe Alou spent last year as the Mets’ quality control coach and has already received raves from first baseman Pete Alonso and starting pitcher Marcus Stroman on social media. Beltrán left the Mets last week before managing a single game as part of the fallout from the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal.

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The Big 12 has suspended four players for their roles in a brawl in the waning moments of Tuesday’s Kansas-Kansas State game at Allen Fieldhouse. Jayhawks forward Silvio DeSouza received a 12-game ban after being suspended indefinitely by coach Bill Self. Kansas forward David McCormack got a two-game suspension, Kansas State forward James Love received an eight-game ban and Wildcats forward Antonio Gordon was ordered to sit out three games.

DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Mavericks forward Dwight Powell will miss the rest of the season after tearing his right Achilles tendon during Tuesday’s 110-107 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. The 28-year-old Powell went down with a non-contact injury with 2:57 left in the first quarter. The six-year NBA veteran started 39 of his 40 games this season, averaging 9.4 points and 5.7 rebounds.

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Wimbledon champion Simona Halep (HAL'-ehp) has beaten British qualifier Harriet Dart 6-2, 6-4 to advance to the third round. Halep ended 2019 ranked fourth, her sixth consecutive year-end top five finish. She will next play either Danielle Collins or Yulia Putintseva. Two-time French Open finalist Dominic Thiem (teem) broke local wild-card entry Alex Boult's serve in the third game of the fifth set and advanced to the third round with a 6-2, 5-7, 6-7 (5), 6-1, 6-2 win. Seventh-seeded Alexander Zverev also advanced about the same time with a 7-6 (5), 6-4, 7-5 win over Egor Gerasimov.




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Lincoln - Nebraska fell behind by 21 points in the first half, but swung the lead 25 points to take a four-point lead over visiting Purdue with 4:30 left at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Wednesday night. However, the Boilermakers executed down the stretch and escaped with a 76-68 women's basketball win over the Huskers.

With its first Big Ten home loss of the season, Nebraska slipped to 4-4 in the league and 14-5 overall, while Purdue matched the Huskers in the Big Ten standings at 4-4 and moved to 13-7 overall.

Senior Nicea Eliely led four Huskers in double figures with 15 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals, while sophomore forward Ashtyn Veerbeek added 13 points and two steals of her own. Sophomores Sam Haiby and Leigha Brown each contributed 10 points for Nebraska, while Isabelle Bourne pitched in seven points and four boards off the bench.

Senior forward Ae'Rianna Harris led all scorers with 25 points on 10-of-12 shooting from the field and 5-of-6 free throws. She added nine rebounds, three blocks and two assists, including a key kickout on a three-pointer by Cassidy Hardin late in the fourth quarter for the Boilermakers that essentially sealed the win. Hardin finished with six points on two throws after starting in place of Kayana Traylor for Purdue.

Purdue senior Dominique Oden added 14 points - almost entirely on mid-range jumpshots - seven rebounds and five assists, while junior guard Karissa McLaughlin scored 19 points, including a trio of three-pointers, and six straight free throws in the final 1:15 to secure the win.

For the game, Purdue hit 47.5 percent (28-59) of its shots from the field, including 40 percent (8-20) of its three-pointers, and 85.7 percent (12-14) of its free throws. Purdue also won the rebounding battle, 40-31.

Nebraska hit 40 percent (24-60) of its shots, including 6-of-20 threes (.300), and 14-of-20 free throws (.700). The Huskers won the turnover battle, 16-14.

In a game that featured big runs and huge momentum swings, Purdue delivered the first blow with a 31-12 eruption in just over 10 minutes from the halfway point in the first quarter through midway through the second period.

Nebraska exchanged baskets early in the game, trailing Purdue 8-6 three minutes into the contest before Harris asserted herself. Harris, who came off the bench for the first time this season, scored six straight points on three shots inside in a 1:10 span to extend Purdue's lead to 14-6, before Oden hit a pair of jumpshots to push the margin to 10 points for the first time at 18-8 with 2:45 left in the first quarter.

The Boilermakers extended the margin to 26-13 at the end of the first quarter after three-pointers by McLaughlin and Lyndsey Whilby to end the period. It was Nebraska's most lopsided deficit in the first quarter this season, as Purdue hit 11-of-14 shots from the field, including all seven of its two-point attempts. The Boilers also went 4-for-7 from three-point range in the quarter.

Nebraska opened the second quarter with a three-point play from sophomore Leigha Brown to cut the margin to 10 and bring brief life to the Husker crowd, but Harris and the Boilermakers answered with a 13-2 surge over the next four-plus minutes to take a 39-18 lead with 5:21 left in the half. By that point, Harris was 6-for-6 from the floor and had 12 points.

The Huskers refused to quit and finally dug in on defense, holding the Boilermakers scoreless for the final 5:20 of the first half. Nebraska closed the half on an 11-0 run, including back-to-back three-pointers by Hannah Whitish and Kayla Mershon to cut the Purdue margin to 39-29 at the half.

Veerbeek helped the Huskers claw closer in the third quarter, scoring seven of NU's first 10 points of the period to cut the Purdue margin to 47-39 with 4:45 left.  The Boilers pushed their edge back to 13 after a Hardin three-pointer made it 54-41, but the Huskers again surged down the stretch in the period.

Brown hit a free throw before a three-point play by Eliely that included the third foul of the game on Harris, who reached out from behind and grabbed Eliely's leg while she was in mid-air going to the rim for a layup in transition with no one in front of her. Eliely converted the free throw to trim Purdue lead back to single digits at 54-49. Veerbeek hit two more free throws and Brown added one before a Bourne putback just before the buzzer sent Nebraska to the fourth trailing just 54-50.

Brown scored four more points early in the fourth, including a basket to give Nebraska its first lead of the game at 58-56 with 5:42 left, capping a massive 17-2 surge over a seven-minute span in which the Huskers held the Boilermakers without a field goal. At that point, NU had outscored Purdue 40-17 in a 20-minute stretch.

After a Purdue timeout, McLaughlin hit a three-pointer to give the Boilers the lead again, before Eliely hit back-to-back buckets, including a three-pointer to give Nebraska its biggest lead at 63-59 with 4:28 left.

Then Nebraska hit a wall. Purdue executed offensively on five consecutive possessions, including a pair of jumpers by Oden and a pair of pick-and-roll scores in the paint for Harris, before Hardin delivered a knockout blow with a three-pointer with 1:35 left to extend Purdue's lead to 70-63 with 1:35 left.

McLaughlin sealed the win with free throws down the stretch.

Nebraska returns to Big Ten road action on Saturday by traveling to Wisconsin. Tip-off between the Huskers and Badgers is set for 11 a.m. (CT) with live television coverage by the Big Ten Network.



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(Kansas City/Ap) - The Royals have signed outfielder Alex Gordon to a $4 million contract for next season, giving the rebuilding club a veteran presence in what is expected to be a young lineup under new manager Mike Matheny. The Royals designated right-hander Heath Fillmyer for assignment Wednesday in a corresponding roster move. The 35-year-old Gordon, a three-time All-Star, won his seventh Gold Glove last season to move within one of Frank White for the most in franchise history.



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BOYS PREP BASKETBALL=

Adams Central 60, Grand Island Northwest 55

Allen 42, Wynot 35

Alliance 52, Gordon/Rushville 17

Anselmo-Merna 49, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 45

Arcadia-Loup City 50, South Loup 47

Auburn 45, Falls City Sacred Heart 31

Axtell 73, Arapahoe 39

Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur 71, Wakefield 35

Battle Creek 55, Guardian Angels 49

Bellevue West 85, Omaha Westside 84

Brady 52, Maxwell 40

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley 45, McCool Junction 22

CWC 59, Ainsworth 55

Central City 61, Schuyler 49

College View Academy 63, Heartland Christian, Iowa 51

Columbus Lakeview 42, Milford 35

Cornerstone Christian 55, Cedar Bluffs 54

Cross County 36, Dorchester 19

Doniphan-Trumbull 68, Gibbon 36

Douglas County West 62, Louisville 43

Dundy County-Stratton 59, Wallace 46

East Butler 42, Giltner 32

Elkhorn 51, Columbus 37

Elkhorn Valley 46, Wausa 39

Exeter/Milligan 59, Meridian 32

Fort Calhoun 62, Omaha Brownell-Talbot 36

Franklin 46, Silver Lake 43

Gothenburg 47, Amherst 19

Hartington Cedar Catholic 64, Creighton 51

Harvard 55, Blue Hill 41

Hastings 51, Grand Island 50

Hastings St. Cecilia 53, Superior 45

Heartland 70, High Plains Community 31

Hi-Line 71, Overton 57

Homer 62, Emerson-Hubbard 48

Humboldt/Table Rock-Steinauer 43, Pawnee City 34

Johnson County Central 57, Weeping Water 43

Johnson-Brock 67, Lewiston 51

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 60, Hartington-Newcastle 53

Lexington 76, McCook 45

Lincoln North Star 60, Norfolk 51

Logan View-Scribner-Snyder 57, Arlington 41

Loomis 71, Southwest 23

Malcolm 48, Freeman 44, OT

Millard North 90, Omaha Bryan 50

Millard West 78, Omaha Northwest 53

Mullen 56, Twin Loup 34

Nebraska Lutheran 64, Hampton 24

Niobrara/Verdigre 63, North Central 56

Norris 64, York 33

North Bend Central 61, Columbus Scotus 48

O'Neill 63, Wagner, S.D. 54

Oakland-Craig 69, Tekamah-Herman 54

Omaha Concordia 66, Blair 60

Omaha South 69, Papillion-LaVista 57

Osmond 66, Bloomfield 24

Palmyra 64, Conestoga 43

Parkview Christian 55, Mead 52

Paxton 38, Hitchcock County 37

Pierce 58, Norfolk Catholic 55

Platteview 81, Nebraska City 47

Plattsmouth 68, Syracuse 36

Ponca 58, Winnebago 53

Seward 37, Crete 36

Shelby/Rising City 82, David City 54

Southern 48, Diller-Odell 35

St. Mary's 87, Santee 34

St. Paul 37, Minden 16

Stanton 59, Madison 47

Sterling 48, Omaha Christian Academy 43

Sutton 51, Ravenna 37

Thayer Central 53, Friend 42

Twin River 44, Wisner-Pilger 37

Wahoo 72, Raymond Central 31

Wayne 71, Crofton 53

West Holt 40, Plainview 29

Yutan 59, Ashland-Greenwood 53

Goldenrod Conference Tournament=

Fullerton 72, Heartland Lutheran 37

Humphrey St. Francis 78, Nebraska Christian 35

Quarterfinal=

Central Valley 76, Palmer 40

Riverside 79, Burwell 74

Nemaha Central Tournament=

Falls City 48, St. Mary's Academy, Kan. 36

Panhandle Conference Tournament=

Crawford 41, Edgemont, S.D. 38

Sioux County 77, Hay Springs 59

River Cities Conference Tournament=

Beatrice 70, Ralston 56

Omaha Roncalli 82, South Sioux City 64

SPVA Conference Tournament=

Bridgeport 63, Sutherland 42

Hershey 49, Kimball 29

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Anselmo-Merna 36, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 27

Arlington 37, Logan View-Scribner-Snyder 33

Axtell 46, Arapahoe 28

Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur 81, Wakefield-Allen 56

Blair 64, Omaha Concordia 45

Blue Hill 50, Harvard 9

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley 45, McCool Junction 22

CWC 62, Ainsworth 23

Cedar Bluffs 66, Cornerstone Christian 38

Centennial 56, Wilber-Clatonia 12

Central City 61, Schuyler 8

Columbus 48, Elkhorn 32

Conestoga 52, Palmyra 28

Crete 33, Seward 17

Crofton 69, Wayne 47

Cross County 36, Dorchester 19

David City 31, Shelby/Rising City 21

Doniphan-Trumbull 47, Gibbon 23

Dundy County-Stratton 68, Wallace 39

East Butler 61, Giltner 33

Elkhorn Valley 53, Wausa 35

Falls City Sacred Heart 51, Auburn 29

Gordon/Rushville 48, Alliance 37

Gothenburg 47, Amherst 19

Grand Island Northwest 58, Adams Central 54

Guardian Angels 60, Battle Creek 52

Hartington Cedar Catholic 65, Creighton 53

Hastings 44, Grand Island 33

Hastings St. Cecilia 53, Superior 45

Heartland 40, High Plains Community 26

Heartland Christian, Iowa 54, College View Academy 36

Hitchcock County 65, Paxton 35

Holdrege 37, Aurora 28

Homer 60, Emerson-Hubbard 13

Humboldt/Table Rock-Steinauer 48, Pawnee City 44

Johnson-Brock 55, Lewiston 14

Laurel-Concord/Coleridge 47, Hartington-Newcastle 45

Lawrence-Nelson 47, Deshler 28

Lexington 50, McCook 41

Loomis 55, Southwest 29

Lutheran High Northeast 66, Walthill 27

Malcolm 48, Freeman 44, 2OT

Maxwell 49, Brady 26

Mead 43, Parkview Christian 13

Meridian 41, Exeter/Milligan 33

Milford 40, Columbus Lakeview 30

Millard North 72, Omaha Bryan 14

Millard West 51, Omaha Northwest 43

Mitchell 30, Pine Bluffs, Wyo. 27

Mullen 34, Twin Loup 23

Nebraska Lutheran 65, Hampton 56

Norfolk 41, Lincoln North Star 39

Norris 51, York 41

North Bend Central 40, Columbus Scotus 27

North Central 57, Niobrara/Verdigre 24

Oakland-Craig 63, Tekamah-Herman 29

Omaha Brownell-Talbot 42, Fort Calhoun 30

Omaha Westside 62, Bellevue West 27

Osmond 39, Bloomfield 29

Overton 55, Hi-Line 33

Papillion-LaVista 72, Omaha South 9

Pierce 38, Norfolk Catholic 34

Platteview 81, Nebraska City 47

Plattsmouth 48, Syracuse 44

Pleasanton 60, Ansley-Litchfield 23

Ponca 54, Winnebago 42

Silver Lake 53, Franklin 27

South Loup 51, Arcadia-Loup City 36

Southern 30, Diller-Odell 25

St. Joseph Le Blond, Mo. 51, Falls City 45

St. Mary's 71, Santee 27

St. Paul 53, Minden 39

Stanton 52, Madison 20

Sterling 64, Omaha Christian Academy 22

Sutton 46, Ravenna 35

Thayer Central 56, Friend 12

Twin River 45, Wisner-Pilger 44

Wagner, S.D. 48, O'Neill 47

Wahoo 58, Raymond Central 13

West Holt 48, Plainview 34

Winside 45, Randolph 44

Wood River 61, Grand Island Central Catholic 54

Yutan 41, Ashland-Greenwood 37

Minuteman Activities Conference=

Bayard 48, Creek Valley 24

Garden County 32, Minatare 11

SPVA Conference Tournament=

Chase County 59, Perkins County 25





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