Kelsey Cada scored 24 points and No. 2 Bishop Neumann used a 15-2 run in the third quarter to put away from Omaha Roncalli 44-29 in the C1-2 girls basketball district final Friday at Elkhorn South High School.
Taylor Stuhr added eight points for the Cavaliers, who will be making their sixth straight appearance at state.
Neumann (20-3) entered Friday coming off last week's win against top-ranked Wahoo.
Roncalli's season ends at 16-10.
C1-1 at North Platte: No. 3 Mitchell rallied in the fourth quarter to force overtime and then pulled away for a 44-39 win against Syracuse.
Jessica Cotant and Anabelle Gillen each scored 10 points for the Tigers (24-1), who reached the state semifinals a year ago.
Meredith Clark led the Rockets (17-9) with 13 points.
C1-6 at Aurora: Jessica Babcock scored 14 points and Adams Central held on for a 35-33 win against No. 9 Milford.
The Patriots (18-7) trailed 26-20 entering the fourth quarter before finishing the game on a 15-7 run. Milford had a 31-28 lead with 26.6 seconds remaining.
Junior Jayla Policky led the Eagles (19-6) with 13 points.
D1-4 at Waverly: Allison Dieckmann scored 20 points and Allie DeGroff added 11 to lead the No. 4 Archbishop Bergan to a 56-43 win against Johnson-Brock.
Bergan jumped to a 19-9 lead after one quarter, and a 29-11 lead after two.
Jayce Koehler led Johnson-Brock with 12 points.
D1-8 at Adams Central: No. 5 Weeping Water defeated Hitchcock County 85-66 to advance to its second-ever state tournament and first since 2012.
D2-1 at Grand Island: Erison Vonderschmidt's 14 points powered defending state champion and No. 2 Falls City Sacred Heart to a 58-31 win over Arthur County.
Elizabeth Keithley pitched in 12 points for the Irish, who will be making their 23rd state appearance.
D2-3 at Hershey: BDS earned a state berth with a 60-47 win over Sioux County. Regan Alfs scored a game-high 27 points for the Eagles, who pulled away after leading by six after three quarters.
Macy Kamler added 20 points for BDS.
D2-5 at Hampton: Two years after winning only five games, Sterling is headed back to the state tournament.
Colby Thies scored 24 points and Malayna Wingert added 17 to lead the Jets to a 64-50 win against Loomis. Sterling will be making its first state appearance since 2014.
A 23-8 run the game ignited Sterling. Darla Thorell led Loomis with 14 points.
D2-7 at Twin River: Sidney Stallbaum dropped 24 points for Ewing in its 57-51 win over Exeter-Milligan. Brenna Wagner added 13 points for the Tigers.
Kate Jansky scored 24 points to lead the Timberwolves.