Wes Dreamer scored 18 of his 22 points in the first three quarters and the Lincoln East boys basketball team held off Omaha Westside 60-57 on Saturday in Omaha.
Westside's Jadin Booth, who finished with 22 points, attempted a three-pointer at the buzzer but missed.
The Warriors (5-1) rallied after trailing 46-36 in the second half. Conner Riekenberg added 10 points for the Spartans (6-0).
Lincoln Lutheran 39, Aquinas 24: The Warriors survived a defensive battle and didn't allow a point in the second quarter. Luke Volin led Lutheran with 12 points.
Lincoln High 69, Lincoln Southeast 50: The Links outscored the Knights 46-30 in the second half to run away with the victory, including a 20-9 third quarter. Southeast tried to claw its way back, making five three-pointers in the final quarter. Boumkuoth Jock led the Links with 16 points and Zay Parks added 14. Michael Anderson scored a game-high 21 points for the Knights.
Lincoln Christian 63, Archbishop Bergan 58: The Crusaders picked up their second win of the season. Justin Bubak led Christian with 30 points and Caleb Canfield scored 27 points seven three-pointers. Grant Frickenstein led Archbishop Bergan with 25 points of his own.
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Lincoln High 54, Lincoln Southeast 32: NaTayah Wilson scored 20 points and the No. 5 Links bounced back from Friday's loss at Lincoln Northeast with a home win against the Knights.
Lincoln Southwest 52, Lincoln North Star 34: Reagan Wells scored 17 points and Jaden Ferguson added 16 to lead the Silver Hawks to the win. Southwest used a 16-6 run in the second quarter to create some breathing room. Kylie Shottenkirk led North Star with 11 points.
Omaha Westside 64, Lincoln East 47: Westside used a 23-point fourth quarter to bury East. Ryley Nolin led the way with 20 points, and Ella Wedergren added 17. Taylor Searcey finished with 15 points for the Spartans.
Lincoln Christian 62, Archbishop Bergan 51: Olivia Hollenbeck had 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Crusaders before fouling out, and Bergan scored 19 points in the fourth quarter to make it close. Haley Kempf led the Knights with 15 points.
Aquinas 58, Lincoln Lutheran 34: Valerie Bohuslavsky hit five three-pointers on the way to 17 points to lead Aquinas. Breanna Stouffer added 12 points for the Monarchs. Gretchen Moll scored eight points to lead the Warriors.