Northeast CC to host 36th annual Northeast Nebraska All-Star Basketball Games this evening

The 36th Annual Northeast Nebraska All-Star Basketball Games are held tonight with the girls’ contest tipping off at 6:00 followed by the boys’ game at 8:00 at the Cox Activities Center in Norfolk. 

Making up the boys ‘Light’ team are O’Neill St. Mary’s Grady Semin; Wakefield’s Solomon Peitz; North Bend Central’s Tanner Wietfeld & John Emanuel; Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family’s Turner Beller; Clearwater/Orchard’s Blake Hoke; South Sioux City’s Brad Hartnett; O’Neill’s Francisco Perez; Madison’s Keaton Hendren; and Josh Brester of Howells/Dodge.  Coaches of the ‘Light’ squad are West Holt’s Todd Hale and Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family’s Joe Hesse.  Making up the boys ‘Dark’ team are Norfolk High’s Connor Clayton; Norfolk Catholic’s Jack Marsden; Hartington CC’s Matthew Becker; Izac Reifenrath of Laurel/Concord/Coleridge; Pender’s Sam Mailloux; Osmond’s Merrix Denn; Neligh/Oakdale’s Cole Belitz; Wynot’s Landon Wieseler; West Point/Beemer’s Blake Anderson; and Stuart’s Ethan Sattler.  Coaches of the boys ‘Dark’ squad are Winside’s Tom Meyer & Osmond’s Todd Schulze.  The girls’ ‘Light’ team will be made up with Hartington/Newcastle’s Willa Scoville; Elgin Public/Pope John’s Allyson Wemhoff; Humphrey St. Francis’ Tara Foltz; Hartington CC’s Jada Cattau; Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family’s Taya Beller; Elkhorn Valley’s Amber Miller & Hannah Ollendick; West Point/Beemer’s Sierra Kile; Crofton’s Josie Sanger; & Erin Prusa of Howells/Dodge.  Coaches of the girls ‘Light’ team are Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family’s Kandee Hanzel & Chambers/Wheeler Central’s Laurel O’Malley.  The girls’ ‘Dark’ team will be made up of Norfolk High’s Gabby Ruth; South Sioux City’s Marybeth Rasmussen; Lorna Maxon of Laurel/Concord/Coleridge; Clarkson/Leigh’s Kaegan Held’ O’Neill’s Claire Morrow & Brianna Bauer; Stanton’s Jessie Brandl; West Holt’s Carlie Wetzel; Pierce’ Maggie Brahmer; & Ponca’s Taylor Lamprecht.  The coaches of the girls ‘Dark’ team are South Sioux City’s Molly Hornbeck & Nate Sims of Laurel/Concord/Coleridge.

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