Posted On: 02/14/20 12:22 PM

Two teams that are in the middle of the Class A wildcard race met up Thursday night at Omaha Marian, where the red-hot Rockets of Lincoln Northeast, winners of six in a row, visited the peaking Crusaders.  Marian controlled most of the night, hitting multiple three point shots early in the game and, aided by foul trouble for all-stater McKenna Minter, the Crusaders led by five at halftime.  The Crusaders extended the lead in the third quarter, but that's when Minter got going.  Scoring seventeen in the second half, including eleven in the fourth quarter, Northeast dominated the fourth quarter and ended up winning 54-50.

I saw Omaha Marian play earlier this season, so here are some updates on their players.

Aryannah Harrison (5’7″ Junior, Omaha Marian): Harrison came into the Metro tournament averaging almost 11 points a game, and she played a very nice game today. A strong upper body helps Harrison get to the hoop well, especially going to her right.  She can be a three level scorer, but is much more comfortable in the lane than from the three point line.  Harrison has a very good handle, but needs to see the floor better and hit open teammates,

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