Posted On: 04/10/20 2:13 PM

As we finish our coverage of the 2019-20 season, and as we wait anxiously to have basketball return, let’s take a look at the seven best players in Nebraska’s Class C1 this past winter.

The Season in Review: What began as one of the most wide-open classes in the state lived up to that promis throughout the season.  The top 12-15 teams moved up and down the wild card standings throughout the season, with surprise teams like Chadron, St. Paul and Syracuse taking turns along with preseason favorites North Bend-Central, Lincoln Christian and Broken Bow battling throughout the season.  District champion games were equally as crazy, with Wahoo, Adams Central, Malcolm and West Point-Beemer all pulling upsets to punch their tickets to the state tournament.

Recapping the State Tournament: A competitive state tournament from start to finish found St. Paul, in their first tournament appearance since the early 1990s, pulled a slight upset over Wahoo, while Adams Central defeated Chadron in a 2-7 upset; Adams Central had played an outstanding regular season schedule with a young team, so it the match-up was more even than the seeds would state.  On a collision course for the finals, North Bend Central and Lincoln Christian

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