>> Connor Lusso, Millard West: He has set the school career scoring record with 1,337 points, four more than the previous record set by Wildcat center Kyle Bakker.
>> Travis Sabatka and Connor Dukes, Plattsmouth: Sabatka had 23 points against Waverly and 28 against Milford, with Dukes getting a total of 19 assists.
>> Vance Janssen, Blair: The sophomore scored Blair’s first 16 points and had 20 at halftime on his way to a career-high 29 points in a 51-37 loss to Omaha Skutt.
>> Devin Bellar, Mark Bender and Eric Wemhoff, Humphrey: In a 68-60 win over Plainview, Bellar had 20 points, 14 rebounds and six blocks. Bender had 12 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and three steals, and Wemhoff had 22 points, eight rebounds and four steals.
>> Rylee Reinertson, Gibbon: Made seven 3s and scored 36 points in a 70-63 overtime win over Cozad.
>> Drew Callaghan, North Platte: With 12 rebounds against Alliance for 239 this season, the junior broke Jim McFarland’s 1963 school record for rebounds in a season.
>> Andy Kerkman, Clearwater/Orchard: Had 19 points, 16 rebounds and seven blocks in a win over Elgin/Pope John.
>> Grant Jeffres, Burwell: Scored 35 points in an 80-46 win over Grand Island Heartland Lutheran.
>> Preston Peters, Bancroft-Rosalie: Had 34 points and seven assists in a 72-48 win over Lindsay Holy Family.
>> Nicholas Christensen and Jake States, Raymond Central: They had 30 and 26 points, respectively, in an 81-59 win over Fort Calhoun.
>> Dwight Parker, Walthill: Scored 31 points in a 70-42 win over Gayville-Volin, S.D.
>> Jake Stewart, Allen: Had 29 points and 10 rebounds in a 52-40 win over Winside.
>> Connor Musiel and Noah Housh, Lincoln North Star: Musiel had 22 points against Grand Island and Housh 17 in a double-overtime win over Kearney.
>> Spencer Connors, Elkhorn Mount Michael: Had 15 points and 16 rebounds against Omaha Concordia.
>> Zach Flott, Ralston: Had 33 points against Omaha Roncalli and 22 against then-Class B No. 1 Elkhorn South. The Rams made a school-record 13 3-pointers against Plattsmouth.
>> Lucas Lazure, Fort Calhoun: His 401 points this season are a school record and he has broken the Pioneers’ record for steals in a season.
>> Justin Anderson, West Point-Beemer: Had 15 points, nine rebounds and nine blocks in a 55-45 win over Madison.
>> Sam McCormick, Logan View: Had 21 of his 26 points in the first half in a 59-56 win over Arlington.
>> Dylan Shenk and Cole Klingsporn, High Plains: In a 102-53 win over Grand Island Heartland Lutheran, in which the Storm set their single-game scoring record, Shenk had a school-record 34 points and Klingsporn 28 points and seven assists. Klingsporn also had 25 points against BDS. They earlier teamed with Logan Fleming to score 63 points in an 82-70 win over Lindsay Holy Family.
>> Jameson Esch and Ceasar Teano, Hastings St. Cecilia: Against Lincoln Lutheran, Esch had 27 points and Teano 20.
>> Jake Weis and Damien Austen, Kearney: Weis tied his own school record with seven 3s against Lincoln Southwest. Austen set the school records for steals in a season (77) and for a career (151).
>> Justin Damme, Nate Kuhl and Mitch Faris, Johnson County: Against Yutan, Damme had 32 points and 10 rebounds and Kuhl had 22 points and seven rebounds. Faris, a freshman, had 10 assists in the ECNC finals and 19 for the tournament.
>> Lucas Bradfield, Wisner-Pilger: Had 38 points in an 82-38 win over Madison.
>> Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk: Had a career-high 38 points against Omaha Marian.
>> Bridget Arens, Crofton: By scoring 22 points in a 60-35 win over Norfolk Catholic, the senior has 1,217 points in her career to break the school record of 1,212 by two-time World-Herald girls athlete of the year Amber Hegge.
>> Laurel Krohn and Carissa Gutz, Osmond: Against Wausa, Krohn had 12 points, 10 rebounds and 11 steals and Gutz had 22 points.
>> Jess Shepard, Lincoln Southeast: Had a career-best 38 points against Lincoln High.
>> Megan Zwickl and Jackie Luzum, Exeter-Milligan: Against Hampton, Zwickl had 22 points and Luzum 16.
>> Kelsey Wiemers, Kearney: Improved her career high to 28 points in a win over Lincoln North Star.
>> Emily Brichacek, Howells-Dodge: Had 27 points, six rebounds and six blocks against North Bend and 21 points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks against David City.
>> Benny Oliver, Klint Conroy and Jacob Sebade, Pender: Oliver and Conroy recorded their 100th career wins and won their weight class during the District D-2 meet. Sebade’s 100th came during state, where all three won titles.
>> JaVaughn Perkins, Omaha North: Voted the Metro coaches’ wrestler of the week for his title at the Top of the Rockies tournament. When he won his third consecutive state title, it was the ninth consecutive title season for the Perkins brothers.
>> Austin Ruskamp, Freeman: The 160-pounder was his school’s first state champion.
>> Twon Tureaud, Ralston: Was the school’s first state champion since 1997.