Posted On: 01/4/21 4:24 PM

The Omaha Metro Holiday Tournament concluded with two familiar foes, a rematch between defending Metro Tourney Champion Millard North against the defending Nebraska State Tourney Champion Bellevue West. The game turned out to be as advertised with the Mustangs outlasting the Thunderbirds in a double-overtime thriller. 

However, while the tournament played out true to form for the most part, and the "usual suspects" (Saint ThomasSaintThomas6'6" | SFMillard North | 2021StateNE (MN), Chucky HepburnChuckyHepburn6'1" | PGBellevue West | 2021State#77NationNE (BW), Hunter SallisHunterSallis6'4" | CGMillard North | 2021State#8NationNE (MN), Frankie FidlerFrankieFidler6'6" | PFBellevue West | 2021StateNE (BW), Jadin JohnsonJadinJohnson6'4" | PGMillard North | 2021StateNE (MN)) all lived up to expectations in their two teams’ runs to the title game; there were a few quality hidden performances along the way during this 2020 tourney that seek recognition.

Daniel BrocailleDanielBrocaille6'4" | SFPapillion-La Vista South | 2022StateNE  SF  Junior  6’5  Papillion-La Vista South 

In the tournament’s most competitive game, until the aforementioned title game, Brocaille (#23 pictured) almost willed his Titans to an upset quarterfinal win over hosting Omaha Central High School. Though PLVS would ultimately fall in overtime 63-56 to the Eagles, the 6’5 junior was the best player on the floor this day; playing fearlessly against an athletic and aggressive Omaha Central defense

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