Posted On: 12/15/20 4:27 PM

Lincoln- We are two weeks into high school basketball season in the state of Nebraska and with a majority of schools across all classes now having multiple games under their belts, we are approaching holiday conference tournament season. Schools in Lancaster County got a later start to the season than most, with the Class A schools in Lincoln, still have not opened their seasons yet, but there has been plenty of talent and impressive performances on display this season. Here are the games and performances that stood out in week number two. 

Jungers Tip In Helps Jr. Jays Prevail 

A low scoring Saturday night tilt at Millard West saw the host Wildcats take on Creighton Prep in a game where not many shots were falling for either team. Prep junior forward Luke JungersLukeJungers6'9" | PFOmaha Creighton Prep | 2022StateNE wound up being the hero getting the offensive rebound and tip-in off a missed layup with five seconds left to help the Junior Jays escape the upset-minded Wildcats by a score of 42-40. Jungers, a junior who is listed at 6’9 was the high scorer for Prep with 12 points on 5-8 shooting from the field while also grabbing 6 rebounds. Evan MeyersickEvanMeyersick6'5" | PFMillard West | 2021StateNE led

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