Posted On: 01/13/20 12:06 PM

Friday night, the Wildcats from Millard West visited the Patriots of Millard South, for the annual Battle of Q Street, which is known as one of the most heated rivalries in the state of Nebraska. Both teams had a tough time scoring in the opening minutes, but eventually found their groove. Millard South led throughout the game and eventually extended their lead to double digits going into the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats just wouldn't go away. Millard West opened the fourth quarter on a 10-2 run to cut the deficit to three, but it was the Patriots who came out on top, 54-48. 


It is undoubtable that the Most Valuable Player from this game was Trevor Albert. The 6'9 senior from Millard South poured in 18 points, which 12 came from outside the arc. Trevor can score from anywhere on the floor, whether it's back to the basket or 23 feet from the hoop. Not only was he was he a force on the offensive end, but his extremely long frame helped him to 4 blocks on the defensive end and added 5 rebounds as well. Albert may be one of the most improved players in

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