Published Thursday, February 13, 2014 AT 12:28 AM / Updated at 12:28 AM
Nebraska prep sports roundup
Nebraska Prep Zone Omaha World-Herald

Schedule
Girls basketball — Hiland Dairy Game of the Week: No. 3 Millard West at No. 5 Fremont, 5:45 p.m. Saturday
Boys basketball: Lincoln Southeast at Omaha South, 7:15 p.m. Saturday
Boys basketball: Heartland Hoops Classic at Grand Island, Saturday
Swimming: Metro Conference championships at Millard West. Preliminaries Friday, girls at 9 a.m. and boys at 2 p.m. Finals Saturday, 10 a.m. Diving Thursday at Millard South, girls at 9:30 a.m. and boys at 1 p.m.
Swimming — Other meets: River Cities at Ralston, Greater Nebraska at Scottsbluff, Heartland at Lincoln Southeast, all Saturday
Wrestling: District tournaments, Friday-Saturday

Notables
BOYS BASKETBALL
Jonathan Horvatich, Logan View: Had 24 points and 13 rebounds in a 57-51 win over Pender.
Damien Austen and Peyton Pocock, Kearney: Austen scored six points in the final 16 seconds to defeat host Grand Island 44-43. Pocock tied a school record with seven 3s in a 71-70 loss to Lincoln North Star.
Rylee Reinertson, Gibbon: Scored 35 points in a 75-69 OT win over Cozad in a matchup of conference tournament winners.
Lewis Lewis, Lexington: Scored a career-high 36 points — tying for third all-time for the Minutemen — against Broken Bow.
Jacob Simonson, Grand Island Heartland Lutheran: Freshman made a school-record eight 3s, scoring 25 points, while the Red Hornets set another school record with their 15 treys against Elkhorn Valley.
Vance Janssen, Blair: Had three consecutive games of 27 points and had 30 points and six steals against Nebraska City.
Grant Lahm, Nate Ebner and Derek Kaslon, Columbus Scotus: In a win at Wahoo, Lahm topped 1,200 career points to set a school record, Ebner had 10 assists and Kaslon 10 rebounds.
Ben Scheef, Wahoo: In the loss to Scotus, he scored his 1,000th career point.
James Kaiser, Hartington Cedar Catholic: Collected his 1,000th point in late January against Wayne.
Ross Wagner and Andrew Lee, Central City: In a win over Fairbury, Wagner had 21 points and nine rebounds and Lee had 17 points, eight assists, five rebounds and four steals.
Mitch Faris,Johnson County: Scored 26 points against Weeping Water.
Ben Klenke and Brevin Sloup, Seward: Klenke had 21 points against Crete, 27 against York and 17 against Fairbury. Sloup had 18 against Columbus Lakeview and 22 against Wahoo Neumann.
Trev Semrad, David City Aquinas: Used six 3s to score 30 points against Humphrey St. Francis.
Nick Sjuts, Bancroft-Rosalie: His 22 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks helped the Panthers defeat Howells-Dodge 55-45 to end the Jaguars’ 49-game winning streak.
Caleb Craven, Elkhorn: Had 17 points in a 43-41 win over Gretna and is averaging 14.2 on the season.
Payton Helmstadter, Lincoln Northeast: At North Platte, he was 18 of 18 at the line and scored 20 of his career-high 36 points in the final period of a 78-56 win.
Lane Rohrich, Pierce: Had 41 points — his second 40-point game this season — and topped 1,000 career points in a loss to Crofton.
Brock Mueller, Crofton: Led the win over Pierce with 33 points.
Matt Thomas, Elkhorn South: Scored 33 of his school-record 39 points in the first half against Blair.
Tony Tegels, Omaha Northwest: In two quarters against Lincoln High, he had 23 points.
Jake Hansen and Nick Wonder, Omaha Gross: Scored 27 and 23 points, respectively, against Omaha Roncalli.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bailey Petzoldt, Hastings: Scored 22 points and had nine rebounds in a win over Omaha Skutt.
Tantashea Giger and Toni Tupper, Lincoln Northeast: Giger had 22 points in a win over Lincoln Southwest while Tupper had 16 in a victory over North Platte.
Jamie Schuetz, Gretna: She had double-doubles in the semifinal and final of the Eastern Midlands Conference tournament for the champion Dragons.
Maddie Simon, Lincoln Pius X: Scored 37 points against Omaha Gross, 23 against Elkhorn South.
Kate and Ann Schulte, Omaha Duchesne: Kate averaged 17 points in wins over Plattsmouth and Fort Calhoun. Ann had 10 steals against Omaha Roncalli and against Omaha Mercy.
Kenzie Kulm, Sydney Feller and Mackenzie Zach, Platteview: They combined for 110 points, 45 rebounds and 28 steals during the Capitol Conference tournament as the Trojans won a conference title for the first time in 17 years.
Haley Thiele, Wahoo: Scored 30 points in a win over Seward.
Kianna Ibis, Omaha Benson: Had 25 points and 17 rebounds against Bellevue East, 22 and 15 against Millard North and 18 and 20 against Omaha Central.
Maddie Egr, Yutan: Scored 26 points in a victory over Mead.
Kaitlyn Thomas, Ashland-Greenwood: Had 22 points in a win over Douglas County West.
Gabby Grasso, Millard North: Had 22 points and 11 rebounds in a win over Papillion-La Vista South.
Jaycee Bradley, Norfolk: Scored 23 points in a win over Lincoln High.
Amber Harvey, Shelton: Had 12 points, 13 rebounds and 11 blocks as the Bulldogs beat Harvard for their first win of the season.
Brooke Kissinger, Minden: Had 30 points in an 83-45 win over Ainsworth for the Southwest Conference tournament title.
Jade Gottier, Boone Central/Newman Grove: Led a 71-34 win over Battle Creek with 32 points.
Haley and Emily Schnoor, Randolph: Haley scored 19 and Emily had 17 against Wausa.
Stephanie Bode, Elgin/Pope John: Had 40 points and 13 rebounds in a 75-73 overtime win over Niobrara/Verdigre.
Lauren Lehmkuhl, Wakefield: Scored 38 points against Laurel-Concord/Coleridge and had 37 points and 22 rebounds in an OT win over Winnebago to become the school’s career scoring leader.
Jessica Shepard, Fremont: Had 35 points in a win over Omaha North.
Allison Arens, Crofton: Made seven of her eight 3s in the first half a 70-39 win over Pierce in a matchup of 2013 state champions. Crofton had 13 3s as a team.
Madi Unzicker, Millard South: In an OT loss to Papillion-La Vista, she had 15 points and eight rebounds and made two free throws with1 second left in regulation to force the extra period.
Lily Lutter, Bennington: Had 17 points and nine rebounds against Plattsmouth.
Hannah Ostrom, Lexington: Had a career-high 30 points against Broken Bow.
Sarah Mahr, Sidney: Scored 30 points, half coming on free throws, against Gering.
WRESTLING
Colton Adams, Scottsbluff: Nebraska recruit broke the state career victory record when his win in the Greater Nebraska Conference 145-pound final gave him 181 for his career.

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