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Class A, No. 1 Lincoln Pius X (36-2) vs. No. 2 Millard North (37-2), 7 p.m.: The Thunderbolts are here after a gritty five-set win against defending champion Omaha Marian, while Millard North looks for its second state title in three years. The Bolts and Mustangs split two regular-season matches.
Class B, No. 1 Elkhorn South (31-8) vs. No. 3 Omaha Skutt (29-7), 5 p.m.: The match will feature a pair of future Huskers in super sophomores Rylee Gray (Elkhorn South) and Lindsay Krause (Skutt). Elkhorn South won the lone meeting this season, a four-set victory in subdistrict play. Skutt is aiming for four straight state titles.
Class C-1, No. 1 Wahoo (34-2) vs. No. 2 Lincoln Lutheran (34-3), 3 p.m.: This will be the third meeting between the two teams this year. They split the first two, and both teams withstood four-set tests Friday. There's a lot of star power in this match. Wahoo's Kyla Swanson (Illinois) and Elle Glock (USC), and Lutheran's Marriah Buss (Wichita State) and Erin Williams (Omaha), are Division I recruits.
Class C-2, No. 3 Blue Hill (31-2) vs. No. 4 Hartington CC (30-4), 1 p.m.: Blue Hill stunned top-ranked Stanton in five sets Friday, while Hartington CC swept defending state champion and second-ranked Superior, avenging last year's state final loss in the process. Blue Hill is in its first state final since 2004.
Class D-1, No. 1 Archbishop Bergan (32-4) vs. No. 4 Humphrey/LHF (29-4), 11 a.m.: Humphrey/LHF used a lot of energy to outlast Johnson-Brock in five sets Friday, but the momentum from that match is huge. Bergen, led by senior OH Lexie Langley, hasn't lost against Class D-1 competition this year.
Class D-2, No. 2 Ewing (31-2) vs. No. 1 BDS (29-4), 9 a.m.: There are multiple even matchups Saturday, and this one is no different. BDS has won 17 straight matches entering the championship. Ewing is making its second straight appearance in the D-2 final.