Posted On: 02/21/20 8:41 AM

From top to bottom, this may be the most depth we have seen in Class A in a long time. With just one week left of the regular season, there are multiple teams fighting to host their own district or at least host one game in districts. 

As the post-season approaches quickly, here are a handful of teams that nobody wants to get matched up with, and could find themselves at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln come March 12th.

Papillion-LaVista

Currently sitting at 14-8, Papio has already proved they can play with the top teams after upsetting the number one seed Central in the Metro Conference Tournament. Papio is one of the more balanced teams in Class A, led in scoring by sophomores Kyle Ingwerson (11.2) and Luke Lindenmeyer (9.5), they also add an experienced senior guard in Owen Mclaughlin to help run the backcourt.To build on that, they have a rebounding machine inside with big man Preston Kellogg and and a pair of juniors in Chase Lett and Joey Hylok who will be a huge part to Papillion Lavista's success. Matchups will play a huge part in

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