Published Thursday, January 3, 2013 AT 1:05 AM / Updated at 1:05 AM
Nebraska prep sports roundup
Stu Pospisil Omaha World-Herald

TOP EVENTS
>> Wrestling: Millard West Invitational, Saturday
>> Swimming: Larry Hill Ram Relays, Saturday at Ralston

NOTABLES
BOYS BASKETBALL
Drew Callahan, North Platte: The Bulldogs won their first GNAC holiday tournament title as he had 15 points and 16 rebounds in a 44-28 win over Kearney.
Jack Shadley, Columbus Lakeview: Made seven 3s and scored 25 points in an 82-55 win over Columbus Scotus.
Brian Husmann, Kearney Catholic: Had 30 points and five steals in an 82-46 win at Amherst.
Kurt Veskrna, David City: Had 31 points and eight rebounds in a 75-61 win over David City Aquinas.
Landon Stouffer, Aquinas: Had 27 points, including five 3s, in the loss to David City.
Nate Fisher, Yutan: Scored 24 points, all in the final three quarters, in a 68-67 win at Fremont Bergan. It was the Chieftains’ first win over Bergan in 22 years.
Michael Mailloux, Pender: Scored 31 points in a 66-53 loss to Boone Central/Newman Grove.
Jayden Zysset, Shelby-Rising City: Collected 25 points and 23 rebounds in a 60-54 overtime win at Cedar Bluffs.
Rylee Reinertson, Gibbon: Made seven 3s and scored 36 points in a 66-22 win over Loomis.
Tyson Howard, Ansley-Litchfield: Had seven 3s in the first half and ended with 27 points in a 52-39 win over Grand Island Heartland Lutheran.
Preston Peters, Bancroft-Rosalie: Had 16 assists in a 70-39 win over Cedar Bluffs.
Cody Corfield, Paxton: Had 30 points in an 81-29 win over Maxwell.
Isaac Frerichs, Freeman: Was 13 of 13 at the line and scored 25 points in a 59-50 win over Johnson County.
Blake Jeffres, Burwell: Had 29 points as the Longhorns beat Ainsworth 69-49.
Jordan Miller, Axtell: Had 26 points, seven rebounds and six steals in a 54-43 win over Harvard.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Lauren Works, Lincoln Southwest: Creighton recruit had 26 points in a 64-58 win over Lincoln Southeast for the Heartland Conference holiday tournament title.
McKenzie Brown, Grand Island Northwest: Scored a school-record 30 points in a 66-46 win over Minden.
Kaylee Jensen, Lindsay Holy Family: Had 34 points in a 62-10 win over Winside.
Ellie Carr, Ainsworth: Had 28 points in a 49-26 win over North Central.
Kourteney Zadina, Seward: Made five of the Jays’ state-record 18 3-pointers while scoring 24 points in a 74-48 win over Bennington.
Mandi Uecker, Norfolk Lutheran Northeast: Her career-best 35 points came in a 42-39 loss to Tekamah-Herman.
Alyssa Frauenfdorfer, Humphrey: With 33 points in an overtime win over Pender, she became the school’s career scoring leader with 1,795.
Bridget Arens, Crofton: Scored her 1,000th career point in a win over O’Neill.
Laurel Krohn, Osmond: Had 15 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists against Wausa.
Alayna Daberkow, Madison: Had back-to-back 22-point games, with 24 total rebounds, against Plainvciew and Pierce.
Rebecca Stewart, Minden: Freshman had 28 points against Central City.
Kaylyn Long, Bayard: Had 14 points in a win over Hay Springs that ended the Tigers’ 25-game losing streak.
Rachel Arehart, Wilcox-Hildreth: Had 20 points and 18 rebounds in a 39-34 win over Northern Valley (Kan.).
WRESTLING
Austin Anderson, Bellevue East: Received Honored as a Metro wrestler of the week after pinning all seven opponents at the Flatwater Fracas.
Preston Lauterbach, Bellevue West: Also was a Metro wrestler of the week by going 5-0 with five pins and getting his 100th career win at the Bellevue East Duals.

FALL HONOR ROLL
Additional all-state honorable mentions in football:
Class A—Lincoln East: Brett Nelson, Will Ozaki, Mason Tyrrell, Bryan Reimers, Dalton Smith, Jake Palm.

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About Stu Pospisil

Stu Pospisil has been The World-Herald's lead writer for high school sports since 1990 and for golf since 1988. He primarily covers football in the fall, basketball and wrestling in the winter and track and field in the spring. You can follow Stu on Twitter (@StuOWH) or email him at stu.pospisil@owh.com.