Posted On: 02/10/20 7:20 PM

THE WEEK THAT WAS:  Things are starting to fall into place going into the postseason in Class A.  Some heavyweight matchups took place last weekend, with Millard South and Lincoln Pius both passing their stiffest tests of the season thus far.  Omaha Westside and Lincoln East (after losing to Pius the night before) solidified their positions as the jockey for the third and fourth spots in the wildcard standings with big wins on Saturday afternoon over Lincoln Southwest and Papillion LaVista, respectively.  Two upstarts in Class A, Elkhorn and North Platte, both lost on Saturday, which opened the door for teams like Fremont and Lincoln High (where Fremont pulled out a tough, 47-45 win over the Links Friday night) to move up the statisical charts.

THREE THINGS I LIKE:

  1. Crete's Morgan Maly made another case for her being named the state's player of the year this year by netting a school record 38 points Saturday night in a convincing 59-33 win over a solid Blair squad.  Maly continues to lead Class B in scoring and is in the running for leading the state overall.
  2. Two big games took place out in the central/western part of the state

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