March 4, 2015

Boys basketball scores from 3/3/15

Adams Central 49, Aurora 34
Amherst 72, Kenesaw 49
BDS 45, Lourdes Central Catholic 35
Bancroft-Rosalie 48, Stuart 47 (OT)
Beatrice 64, Crete 38
Bertrand 68, Anselmo-Merna 54
Bloomfield 60, Omaha Nation 40
Clearwater/Orchard 60, Ansley-Litchfield 34
Falls City Sacred Heart 57, Exeter-Milligan 42
Gretna 71, Elkhorn South 67
High Plains Community 58, Mead 49
Millard West 51, Lincoln Southeast 29
Minatare 61, Cody-Kilgore 41
Mount Michael Benedictine 70, Blair 44
Norfolk 59, Omaha Burke 47
Paxton 48, Hitchcock County 44
Plattsmouth 48, Norris 35
Riverside 48, Wilcox-Hildreth 36
Scottsbluff 62, Alliance 48
Sutherland 53, Southwest 34

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

A-1

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.

A-2

Monday’s final
Creighton Prep 61, Omaha Central 49

A-3

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

A-4

Monday’s final
Omaha North 75, Omaha Westside 60

A-5

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

A-6

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

A-7

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

 

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

Class B

B-1

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.

B-2

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.

B-3

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

DISTRICT FINALS
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.