Nebraska Supreme's Isaac Traudt looks for room against the Bay State Jaguars on Saturday in Indianapolis. Photo credit: Steve Marik/nebpreps

Nebraska Supreme Recap — UAA Finals


The Under Armour Association’s Finals tournament concluded in Indianapolis on Sunday, and Nebraska Supreme’s teams played their final games of the season.

The 17Us went 4-1 and won the consolation side of their bracket. Supreme’s 15Us went 3-2 while the 16Us were 0-4.

Here’s an unofficial list of Supreme’s games with results. Miss Friday’s action? It’s right here.

Nebraska Supreme 17UAA — 68
Bay State Jaguars — 56

Isaac Traudt led Supreme with 13 points and guided the team down the stretch to the win.

The 6-foot-9 Traudt was especially effective in the lane and on the glass, where he drew multiple fouls. Traudt scored all but two of his 13 points in the fourth, with seven coming at the free-throw line.

Jasen Green (Millard North), Jayden Dawson (Omaha Central) and Chandler Meeks (Omaha Westside) all scored 10 points in the win.

Here are some images from the win:

Here are the video highlights:

Nebraska Supreme 17UAA — 85
Yanders Law — 63

Supreme controlled this game from the tip, and even led 30-19 after the first quarter. It went on to hold leads of 50-35 at half and 79-51 at the end of the third quarter.

Traudt led everyone with 18 points and found his range with three 3s. Meeks chipped in with 13 points while Sam Hastreiter added 12. Two others — Dawson and William Kyle — scored 10 points.

Here are some images from the game:

Here are a few video highlights of the win:

Nebraska Supreme 17UAA — 80
Team Curry — 45

Nebraska Supreme 17UAA ended the UAA Finals tournament and its season on a strong note Sunday, beating Team Curry 80-45 behind a team-high 13 points from Traudt.

After its opening-round loss to West Coast Elite — NorCal on Friday, Supreme won its next four games to win the consolation side of the tournament. 

Supreme didn’t waste any time taking control of the game against Team Curry as it led 30-13 after the opening quarter. Supreme went on to lead 47-20 at half and 69-39 after three.

Three other Supreme players — Dawson, Hastreiter and Kwat Abdelkarim (North Star) — all scored 12 points in the win.

Martin Brothers — 78
Nebraska Supreme 16U — 65

A hot shooting performance from Martin Brothers didn’t help a slow start for Supreme’s 15U team as it found itself in a 33-10 hole after the opening eight minutes of this 8 a.m. game.

Martin Brothers eventually cooled off from 3-point land, but Supreme never got the comeback it needed, despite making a late run in the fourth.

Antallah Sandlin-El (Lincoln North Star) led Supreme with 17 points while Wade Voss (Lincoln Southeast) added 14. Both River Johnston (North Platte) and newcomer Porter Bazil (Lincoln Northeast) chipped in with 12 points.

Here’s a photo gallery of the game:

Here are video highlights of the action:

Washington Supreme 16U — 69
Nebraska Supreme 16U — 59

Nebraska Supreme led 31-29 at the half, but Washington owned the second half and held a lead of 47-43 heading into the fourth.

Nebraska Supreme couldn’t get anything going in the final moments as Washington picked up the come-from-behind win.

Johnston scored a team-high 13 points while Porter Bazil added 12 and Amon Whitlow 10.

Here are some pictures from the game:

Here are video highlights of the game:

Nebraska Supreme 15U — 53
Dallas Showtyme — 32

VA Playmakers — 67
Nebraska Supreme 15U — 59

KC Run GMC — 53
Nebraska Supreme 15U — 47

Nebraska Supreme 15U — 75
Utah Mountain Stars — 64

Nebraska Supreme 15U — 65
AA0 Flight — 43

A 6-0 run in the final minute of the third quarter helped Nebraska Supreme 15U gain a 53-41 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Supreme sealed the win in the last eight minutes, and was led by Kuet Gatwch (North Star), who had 15 points. Landon Pokorski (Gretna) added 12 points while Jacob Arop (Bellevue West) had 11.

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