Posted On: 02/2/20 5:06 PM

THE WEEK THAT WAS:  Conference tournaments dominated the landscape in alot of areas of the state.  The Eastern Midlands (Elkhorn) and the Central 10 (Crete) kept things the status quo in their respective leagues, while Lincoln Christian gained a measure of revenge against top-ranked Hastings St. Cecilia in the Centennial Conference final.  In Class A, things stayed pretty much the status quo, as it did in the smaller classifications.  Oakland-Craig made a great statement in our state-wide game of the week by knocking off Humphery/ Lindsay Holy Family by 15 points, while Falls City Sacred Heart continues to march along in D2.


  1. Crete made another statement in the Central 10 Conference Tournament, winning the championship game in an impressive 62-18 routing of Grand Island Northwest, the third time that the Cardinals have convincingly put away the defending champion Vikings this season.  Morgan Maly, perhaps the state's best player, tallied 59 points in the semifinal and finals combined.
  2. Millard West is right smack dab in the middle of a gauntlet, and they dropped two heartbreakers last week to Westside (40-29) and Lincoln East (62-62 in overtime).  Hannah Leo had a great week for the

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