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NE GBB: Crofton Moves

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basketballCrofton Leaving NENAC For Mid-State Conference-----Yankton Press & Dakotan
 

NE GBB: Change at LSE

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basketballCOACHING

John Larsen relieved of coaching duties at Lincoln Southeast----Lincoln Journal Star

OFFICIALS

NSAA to review selection process of state basketball officials-----Lincoln Journal Star

 

NE GBB: Black Refs Left Out

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basketballBlack refs unhappy to be left out-----Omaha World Herald

Hawkette seniors go out as champs-----Grand Island Independent

 

NE GBB: Saturday State Finals

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Tournament Central: Nebraska girls state tournament------Omaha World Herald

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NE GBB: Thursday State Results 3.3.2011

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basketballTournament Central: Nebraska girls state tournament----Omaha World Herald

A

Bellevue West beat Papillon-LaVista South 75-58.  Alexis Akin-Otiko had 27 points for BW. Kadie Rolfzen had 16 points for PLVS.

Millard West beat Lincoln Southeast 45-32. Jaylan Spencer had 16 points for MW. Alexa Kastanek had 13 points for LSE.

Omaha Central beat Columbus 65-32. Brianna Rollerson had 19 points for OC. Molly Hausmann had 17 points for Columbus.

Bellevue East beat Papillon-LaVista 53-48. Jayla Hobza had 23 points for BE. Chelsea Albers had 17 points for PLV.

B

Beatrice beat Scottsbluff 65-42. Hanah Barnard had 22 points for Beatrice. Abby Zach had 16 points for Scottsbluff.

Holdrege beat Lexington 53-52. Chelsey Morten had 12 points for Holdrege.  Hailey Mandelko had 14 points for Lexington.

Elkhorn beat Norris 46-43. Brittney Lynch had 17 points for Elkhorn. Sam Areman had 19 points for Norris.

Seward beat Omaha Skutt 61-42. Hannah Tvrdy had 16 points for Seward. Mayme Conroy had 11 points for OS.

C1

Minden beat Gordon-Rushville 49-38. Brooke & Jamie Kissinger had 15 points each for Minden. Alicia Ostrander had 13 points for GR.

Hastings St. Cecilia beat Ashland-Greenwood 52-36. Shanelle Farmer had 11 points for HSC. Amelia Allington had 12 points for AG.

Sandy Creek beat Centura 73-45. Mikaela Shaw had 14 points for SC. C Aitken had 21 points for Centura.

Wahoo beat Norfolk Catholic 64-35. Mattie Murren had 22 points for Wahoo. Katrina Olmer had 11 points for NC.

C2

Crofton beat Lincoln Christian 54-48.

David City Aquinas beat Morrill 53-35.

Homer beat Norfolk Lutheran 45-43.

Hartington Cedar Catholic beat Sutton 49-44.

D1

Howells beat Exeter-Milligan 42-39.

Pender beat Newman Grove 64-53.

Chambers-WC beat Sutherland 40-24.

West Point Central Catholic beat Amherst 74-40.

D2

Hay Springs beat Elkhorn Valley 59-49.

Brady beat Lawrence-Nelson 40-34.

Lindsey Holy Family beat Mead 40-20.

Wynot beat Ansley 51-28.

 


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