Posted On: 04/15/20 11:59 AM

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 D1 this past winter.

The Season in Review: A solid group of teams started the season ready to take the mantle from defending state champion Fremont Bergan.  Pleasanton, Weeping Water and Dundy County-Stratton all had impressive lineups coming back, while teams like Pender had to navigate the difficult northeast Nebraska small school gauntlet.  With not a lot of these schools facing off in regular season match-ups, and with defending champion Bergan losing two all-staters, this class was up and down all season long.

Recapping the State Tournament: Pleasanton came into the state tournament as the only undefeated team left in the entire state in any class, while Weeping Water adn CWC came in with only one loss apiece.  Hartington Cedar Catholic, another northeastern Nebraska school, was the only squad to come into the state tournament with a losing record (10-13), pulled the biggest upset of the entire tournament by knocking off Weeping Water.  Defending champion Fremont Bergan moved through their bracket with a win over Maywood-Hayes Center in the opening round and

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