Omaha World Herald & Lincoln Journal Star update high school baskeball rankings

The Omaha World Herald & Lincoln Journal Star have updated its high school boys & girls basketball rankings.  In the boys rankings, in the Omaha World Herald, Omaha Central remains first and Norfolk stays at number four in the 'Nebraska Top 10' & Class 'A'.  Elkhorn South is once again first in Class 'B'.  In Class 'C-1', Wahoo Neumann is the new number one, Wayne slips from second to fourth, Columbus Scotus drops from fourth to fifth, Pierce jumps from tenth to seventh, and Norfolk Catholic & Boone Central/Newman Grove enters the rankings at numbers nine and ten respectively.  In Class 'C-2', Hastings St. Cecilia is the new number one, Hartington Cedar Catholic moves up from fourth to second, Winnebago jumps from eighth to seventh, and Twin River falls out of the rankings.  In Class 'D-1', Howells/Dodge is once again first, O'Neill St. Mary's remains third, Clearwater/Orchard falls from fourth to seventh, Randolph jumps from tenth to ninth, and Humphrey St. Francis falls out of the rankings.  In Class 'D-2', High Plains Community stays at number one, Wynot remains second, Bancroft/Rosalie moves up from sixth to fifth, and Wausa & Stuart enter the rankings at numbers seven & eight respectively.  In the Lincoln Journal Star, Omaha Central remains first and Norfolk jumps from fifth to second in Class 'A'.  Elkhorn South is once again first in Class 'B'.  In Class 'C-1', Wahoo Neumann is the new number one, Wayne slips from second to fourth, Boone Central/Newman Grove enters the rankings at number five, Columbus Scotus drops from third to sixth, Columbus Lakeview jumps from ninth to seventh, and Norfolk Catholic moves up from tenth to ninth.  In Class 'C-2', Hartington Cedar Catholic is the new number one after moving up from third and Winnebago jumps from eighth to seventh.  In Class 'D-1', Howells/Dodge is once again first, Clearwater/Orchard slips from second to sixth, O'Neill St. Mary's moves up from eighth to seventh, Randolph enters the rankings at number nine, and Humphrey St. Francis falls out of the rankings.  In Class 'D-2', High Plains Community stays at number one, Bancroft/Rosalie is once again third, Wynot stays at number five, and Wausa jumps from ninth to eighth.

The Omaha World Herald & Lincoln Journal Star have updated its high school boys & girls basketball rankings.  In the girls rankings, in the Omaha World Herald, Omaha Benson is the new number one and Crofton moves up from tenth to ninth in the 'Nebraska Top 10'.  Omaha Benson is the new number one in Class 'A' while Grand Island Northwest remains first in Class 'B'.  In Class 'C-1', Minden stays at number one, Pierce remains fifth, and Boone Central/Newman Grove is once again tenth.  In Class 'C-2', Crofton stays at number one, Pender remains second, West Point Guardian Angels is once again third, Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family remains fifth, and Homer stays at number seven.  In Class 'D-1', O'Neill St. Mary's is the new number one after moving up from second, Chambers/Wheeler Central remains fourth, and Humphrey St. Francis stays at number six.  In Class 'D-2', Falls City Sacred Heart is once again first, Stuart remains fourth, Wynot moves up from seventh to fifth, and Bancroft/Rosalie jumps from eighth to sixth.  In the Lincoln Journal Star, Omaha Benson is the new number one in Class 'A' while Grand Island Northwest remains first in Class 'B'.  In Class 'C-1', Minden stays at number one, Pierce remains fourth, Boone Central/Newman Grove is once again seventh, Norfolk Catholic moves up from tenth to ninth, and Wayne falls from the top ten.  In Class 'C-2', Crofton stays at number one, Pender remains second, West Point Guardian Angels is once again third, Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family remains fifth, Homer stays at number seven, and Laurel/Concord/Coleridge is once again ninth.  In Class 'D-1', O'Neill St. Mary's remains first, Humphrey St. Francis stays at number four, Chambers/Wheeler Central is once again fifth, and Howells/Dodge stays at number ten.  In Class 'D-2', Giltner is once again first, Wynot stays at number three, Stuart remains fifth, Wynot moves up from seventh to fifth, Bancroft/Rosalie is once again sixth, and Ewing enters the rankings at number ten.

The Omaha World Herald & Lincoln Journal Star have updated its high school boys & girls basketball rankings.  The 13-2 Norfolk High boys move up from fifth to second in the Lincoln Journal Star and remain fourth in the Omaha World Herald.  The 8-6 Norfolk Catholic boys enter the Omaha World Herald rankings at number nine in Class 'C-1' while moving up from tenth to ninth in the Lincoln Journal Star.  The 10-5 Norfolk Catholic girls jump from tenth to ninth in Class 'C-1' in the Lincoln Journal Star.

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