It was a strong day of basketball at the Star City Classic at Kinetic Sports Complex in Lincoln. Here’s a rundown of some Nebraska Supreme action.
17U Bradley Beal Elite Earns Come-From-Behind Win Over Nebraska Supreme 17UAA
One of the Star City Classic’s must-see games between Nebraska Supreme 17UAA and 17U Bradley Beal Elite didn’t disappoint.
Bradley Beal Elite earned a 59-56 come-from-behind win thanks in part to a game-high 19 points from 6-foot-4 guard Nick Smith and 13 from Brandon Miller, a talented 6-7 forward who scored 11 of his 13 in the second half.
Supreme led for almost all of the game until the final five minutes when Miller and Co. took over.
Supreme’s 6-9 forward Isaac Traudt (Grand Island) led with 16 points while newcomer Jasen Green (Millard North) added 13, which included a clutch corner 3-pointer with under a minute left that cut Supreme’s deficit to one point, 57-56. Jay Dawson (Omaha Central) chipped in with nine points.
Here are video highlights of the action:
15U Bradley Beal Elite Handles Nebraska Supreme 15UAA
The 15U Bradley Beal Elite squad didn’t have any trouble with Nebraska Supreme 15UAA on Saturday in the Star City Classic in Lincoln, handing Supreme a 57-46 loss.
Kajuan Sidney (North Star) unofficially led Supreme with 12 points while Jacob Arop (Omaha South) had 10 and Eldon Turner (Bellevue West) seven.
Below are video highlights of Supreme’s loss, along with a photo gallery:
Behind Hastreiter and Christiansen, Lincoln Supreme National 1 Gets Past SW Iowa Impact Black
Jack Hastreiter (Lincoln Pius X) and Brady Christiansen (Pius) led Lincoln Supreme National 1 past SW Iowa Impact Black, 104-67, on Saturday afternoon in Star City Classic action at Kinetic Sports Complex.
Hastreiter, a 6-foot-6 forward, scored a team-high 23 points and, at one point, had 11 of his team’s 19 points to start the contest. Christiansen, another athletic 6-6 forward, added 21 points.
Four other Supreme players scored in double figures, including Zander Beard (Lincoln Northeast, 17 points and three 3s), Elliot Jurgens (Beatrice, 13), Mason Strong (Omaha North, 12), and Brett Mahony (Kearney Catholic, 11).
Below are highlights of Supreme’s win, as well as a photo gallery: