March 3, 2015

Class A Boys Basketball District Results from 3/2/15


Monday’s results
Norfolk 68, Bellevue East 44
Omaha Burke 68, Grand Island 45

Tuesday’s final
Omaha Burke (13-10) at Norfolk (24-0), 7 p.m.


Monday’s final
Creighton Prep 61, Omaha Central 49


Monday’s final
Omaha South 50, Papillion-La Vista 37


Monday’s final
Omaha North 75, Omaha Westside 60


Monday’s final
Bellevue West 77, Papillion-La Vista 53


Tuesday’s final
Lincoln Southeast (7-17) at Millard West (18-5), 7 p.m.


Monday’s final
Lincoln Northeast 66, South Sioux City 63


Class B Boys Basketball District Results from 3/2/15

Class B


Monday’s results

Plattsmouth 58, Lincoln Pius X 57
Norris 42, Waverly 39, OT

Tuesday’s final

Plattsmouth (15-8) vs. Norris (6-16), 7 p.m.


Monday’s results

Gretna 62, Ralston 53
Elkhorn South 64, Omaha Skutt 52

Tuesday’s final

Gretna (23-2) vs. Elkhorn South (18-4), 7:30 p.m.


Monday’s results

Blair 55, Bennington 50, OT
Mount Michael 50, Omaha Roncalli 34

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Class C Boys Basketball District Finals from 3/2/15

Monday 3-2-15 results

C1-1 at Nebraska City

Falls City 50, Boys Town 48

C1-2 at Doane (Crete)

Lincoln Christian 43, Wilber-Clatonia 39, OT

C1-3 at Midland (Fremont)

Bishop Neumann 50, Columbus Scotus 42

C1-4 at Wayne State

Winnebago 73, Norfolk Catholic 49

C1-5 at Kearney

Grand Island Central Catholic 53, Gothenburg 47

C1-6 at Gordon-Rushville

Chadron 62, Ainsworth 51

C2-1 at Nebraska Wesleyan

Archbishop Bergan 57, Freeman 54

C2-2 at Concordia (Seward)

Aquinas 63, Sutton 36

C2-3 at Wayne

Battle Creek 73, Guardian Angels CC 54

C2-4 at Pierce

Hartington Cedar Catholic 69, West Holt 38

C2-5 at Grand Island CC

Hastings St. Cecilia 51, Ravenna 29

C2-6 at North Platte

Bridgeport 43, Southern Valley 29


15-0 run hurts Huskers on Senior Day loss

Emily Cady led the Huskers on Senior Day (photo/NU Athletics)

Emily Cady led the Huskers on Senior Day (photo/NU Athletics)

Ohio State used a 15-0 run to end the first half on their way to a 78-60 women’s basketball win over Nebraska on Senior Day at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

With the loss, Nebraska ended the regular season with a 20-9 overall record and a 10-8 Big Ten mark. The Buckeyes secured the No. 3 seed and a double bye at next week’s Big Ten Tournament in Hoffman Estates, Ill., while Nebraska earned the No. 7 seed and a first-round bye.

The Huskers will play their first game at the Sears Centre Arena on Thursday, when they take on 10th-seeded Illinois. Tip-off between the Big Red and Fighting Illini is set for 6 p.m., and the game will be televised live by BTN.

Emily Cady led the Huskers with 21 points and 13 rebounds for her 33rd double-double and 11th of the season.

Nebraska’s four seniors ended their home career with a combined 55-11 record, on their way to a school-record 95 victories over the past four seasons The group combined for more than 500 appearances and more than 350 career starts.

Boys basketball scores from 2/28/15

High school basketball

High school basketball

Alliance 52, McCook 38
Bellevue East 43, Omaha Bryan 41
Bellevue West 66, North Platte 41
Blair 61, Elkhorn 52
Creighton Preparatory School 64, Omaha Northwest 46
Hastings 50, Holdrege 29
Lexington 45, Northwest 42
Lincoln Northeast 73, Millard North 53
Lincoln Pius X 51, Nebraska City 44
Lincoln Southeast 57, Lincoln High 50
Millard West 58, Lincoln North Star 36
Norris 68, Platteview 63 (OT)
Omaha Central 60, Kearney 28
Omaha North 62, Omaha Benson 44
Omaha South 73, Lincoln Southwest 39
Omaha Westside 56, Fremont 51
Papillion-LaVista 57, Lincoln East 46
Papillion-LaVista South 43, Millard South 42
Ralston 57, Omaha Gross Catholic 48
South Sioux City 70, Columbus 47
York 56, Schuyler 29