Nebraska Supreme's Isaac Traudt at an AAU event earlier this summer in Lincoln.

Nebraska Supreme 17U Picks Up Four More Wins In Texas


The Nebraska Supreme AAU basketball program continued its busy July stretch with a weekend trip to Texas.

Supreme competed in the Under Armour Association Session II live period event at FieldhouseUSA in Frisco, Texas. Last weekend, Supreme was in Georgia for the UAA Session I.

Supreme’s 17U squad was impressive again, going 4-1 on the weekend. Supreme is now a combined 10-2 in the two UAA live period events, and will mostly likely see a first-round bye in next weekend’s finals in Indianapolis.

Supreme’s 15U team went 4-1, with the lone loss coming in overtime. The 16U team was 1-4

Here’s a brief recap of Supreme’s 17U, 16U and 15U games. Not every game those teams played is listed.

Nebraska Supreme 17U 71, Grassroots Sizzle 17U 42
Jayden Dawson (Omaha Central) led Supreme with 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the field.

Supreme’s win was never really in doubt, as it shot out to a 29-8 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Isaac Traudt (Grand Island), Supreme’s 6-foot-9 forward, chipped in with 12 points and three rebounds. Jasen Green (Millard North), who was recently offered by Creighton and Missouri, added nine points and seven boards.

Nebraska Supreme 17U 70, Team Curry 17U 67
Thanks to a late put-back layup from Chandler Meeks (Omaha Westside) and a free throw from Green, Supreme was able to get past Team Curry. Supreme led 64-54 following the third quarter and was able to hang on.

Traudt led Supreme with 19 points and was effective from the perimeter, shooting 5-of-9 from 3-point range. Dan Brocaille, a 6-5 forward from Papillion-La Vista South, added 12 points, four rebounds and was 4-of-4 at the free-throw line.

Green chipped in with eight points, four rebounds and four assists. Dawson dished out a team-best eight assists and had two steals.

Illinois Wolves 17U 66, Nebraska Supreme 17U 56
In a battle between two of the top teams at the event, Illinois Wolves got past Supreme.

Dawson led Supreme in scoring with 13 points and hit three 3s while Meeks added 11. Brocaille chipped in with eight points and Traudt seven.

Wolves’ Jaden Schutt, a 6-4 three-star guard according to the 247Sports Composite, scored a game-high 23 points and made four 3s.

Nebraska Supreme 17U 85, Washington Supreme 17U 47
Dawson led everyone with 17 points in the blowout win. Green added 14, Brocaille 12, Kwat Abdelkarim (Lincoln North Star) 10 and Sam Hastreiter (Lincoln Pius X) eight.

Nebraska Supreme 17U 66, Philly Pride 17U 49
Behind an early 10 points from Traudt, Supreme led 15-13 after the first quarter, then extended its advantage to 30-20 at the half.

William Kyle (Bellevue West) continued to assault the rim with dunks and scored six points at the half. The 6-8 forward, who recently picked up an offer from Nebraska-Kearney, finished with 10 in the win.

Here’s an example of what Kyle brings to the team, both offensively and defensively:

Traudt led Supreme with 25 points while Green added 15. Coaches from Nebraska, Michigan State, Kansas, Gonzaga, Virginia, Georgetown and Illinois were on hand to watch.

Team Thrill 16U 61, Nebraska Supreme 16U 41
No statistics were available.

Nebraska Supreme 16U 69, Louisiana Elite 16U 56
Four Supreme players scoring in double figures, including River Johnston (North Platte, 13 points), TK Barnett (Bellevue West, 11), Collin Nick (Lincoln High, 11) and Landon Classen (O’Neill, 10).

Johnston went 3-of-4 from 3-point range in the win while Antallah Sandlin-El (Lincoln North Star) grabbed a team-high nine rebounds. Amon Whitlow (Carrollwood Day High School) dished out five assists.

Arizona Select 16U 60, Nebraska Supreme 16U 54
Supreme was led by Johnston, who had 18 points. Barnett chipped in with 10 points.

Nebraska Supreme 15U 53, Bayside Jaguars 15U 50
Supreme led 26-19 at halftime and 43-36 heading into the fourth before sealing the win.

Landon Pokorski (Gretna) led Supreme with 15 points while Jacob Arop (Bellevue West) added 11.

Nebraska Supreme 15U 60, Grand Rapids Storm 15U 39
Supreme was on top 43-27 at the midway mark of the third quarter. It eventually pulled away for the 21-point victory. No statistics were available.

Lousiana Elite 15U 48 Nebraska Supreme 15U 46 (overtime)
Pokorski led Supreme with 17 points while Alex Wilcoxson (Gretna) was right behind him with nine.

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