Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family’s shoots their way past Archbishop Bergan for D1 title

LINCOLN – Sometimes winning in basketball is just as simple as making shots.

Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family shot 19-of-21 (90.5%) from the free-throw line, 6-for-10 (60%) from three and 18-for-39 (46.2%) overall as they beat Archbishop Bergan Saturday 61-46 for their first state championship as a co-op.

The Bulldogs’ strong shooting allowed them to come back from an early 7-point deficit halfway through the first quarter.

HLHF’s depth was on full display as well, with 17 points off the bench, including 15 from freshman Jacob Sjuts.

STATS

HUMPHREY/LINDSAY HOLY FAMILY: Jacob Sjuts – 15 pts; Ethan Hanzel – 13 pts, 5 rebs; Turner Beller – 11 pts, 6 rebs; Bret Hanis – 10 pts, 5 assts; Tyler Sjuts – 7 pts, 5 rebs; Dylan Hanzel – 3 pts; Jason Sjuts – 2 pts

ARCHBISHOP BERGAN: Dre Vance – 18 pts, 7 assts; Grant Frickenstein – 13 pts; Riley Landberg – 4 pts, 14 rebs; Dylan Gartner – 4 pts, 5 stls; Tyten Vance – 4 pts; Lance Myers – 3 pts

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