Great Northeast Nebraska Shootout Results -- Day 3

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Results from the final day of action at the 2022 edition of the Great Northeast Nebraska Shootout:

Girls Bracket
Wednesday Dec. 28
at Wayne State College
Pierce 51, LCC 41
Pender 45, Hartington CC 30
Auburn 50, Winnebago 29
Wayne 45, Plainview 43
Thursday, Dec. 29
at Wayne State College
Hartington CC 59, LCC 32
Plainview 52, Winnebago 39
Pender 55, Pierce 45
Wayne 55, Auburn 40
Friday, Dec. 30
at Wayne High School
Seventh place: LCC 50, Winnebago 36 -- The Lady Bears pulled away in the second half to get the win and finish seventh in the tournament. Tali Erwin paced LCC with a game-high 16 points and Mallory Eriksen added 14. Winnebago's Charlize Frenchman led the Indians with 10 points.
Fifth place: Hartington CC 51, Plainview 40 -- Makenna Noecker scored a game-high 24 points to help the Trojans take fifth place. Teya Boyer led Plainview with 15 points.
at Wayne State College
Consolation: Pierce 58, Auburn 38 -- A 15-0 second-quarter run helped Pierce take command and earn consolation honors. Skylar Scholting had 24 points and Morgan Moeller added 19 for the Lady Jays. Sidney Binder was the lone Bulldog in double figures with 11 points, while Olivia Swanson added seven.
Championship: Pender 57, Wayne 33 -- Pender outscored Wayne 35-11 in the middle two periods to turn a close game into a one-sided affair and claim the girls championship. Avery Wegner had 16 points and Maya Dolliver added 10 to lead the Lady Pendragons. Brooklyn Kruse and Frantzdie Barner shared scoring honors for Wayne with seven points apiece.
Boys Bracket
Wednesday Dec. 28
at Wayne State College
Pierce 58, LCC 37
Hartington CC 74, Pender 21
Auburn 67, Winnebago 46
Wayne 82, Plainview 36
Thursday, Dec. 29
at Wayne State College
LCC 56, Pender 46 (OT)
Winnebago 81, Plainview 52
Pierce 59, Hartington CC 39
Auburn 46, Wayne 31
Friday, Dec. 30
at Wayne High School
Seventh place: Plainview 49, Pender 36 -- The Pirates overcame a slow start to come away with the win and finish seventh. Jacson King led three Pirates in double figures with 15 points, followed by Brendan Weber with 12 and Karter Lingenfelter with 10. Aiden Beckman led Pender with 13 points and Owen Kneifl added six.
Fifth place: LCC 75, Winnebago 61 -- Jake Rath had a game-high 34 points to lead three Bears in double figures for the win. Carter Kvols added 16 points and Gibson Roberts scored 11. Tyrese Lovejoy had 22 points to pace the Indians, while Duran Blackfish added 20 and Dyami Berridge put in 13.
at Wayne State College
Consolation: Hartington CC 47, Wayne 30 -- A slow start doomed the Blue Devils for a second straight contest as the Trojans led by 10 at the break and went on to post the win. Tyan Baller led a balanced HCC attack with 14 points, followed by Nolan Becker and Jaxon Berneck with 10 apiece. Colson Nelsen was the lone Blue Devil in double figures, finishing with 11 points, while Carter Junck and Daniel Judd each had five.
Championship: Pierce 50, Auburn 39 (2 OT) -- The tournament finale proved to be the most exciting contest of this year's tournament as two undefeateds needed two extra periods to determine a winner. Pierce outscored Auburn 11-0 in the second overtime to claim the title. Ben Brahmer led three Bluejays in double figures with 18 points, followed by Abram Scholting with 11 and Colby Anderson with 10. Maverick Binder led Auburn with 17 points and Skylar Roybal added eight.

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