Multiple teams crowned state champions

          

  


Six teams from across the Cornhusker State earned the title "state champions" over the course of three weekends at the Smith Complex in Hastings, Neb., and the Council Bluffs Recreation Complex in Council Bluffs, Iowa.


In the inaugural Open State tournament in Council Bluffs, T's 13 (Omaha) defeated MAT/Wahl Optical in the "if" game to earn the championship.


In C, Pioneer Auto (Sioux City) double-dipped Misko Sports (Broken Bow) in Hastings to win their first state title. They finished runner-up in 2019 to Chadron Medical Clinic (Chadron) in D.


In D, Omaha's Finest (Omaha) double-dipped Carmichael Construction (Hastings) in Hastings to earn their first state title. Omaha's Finest, Carmichael Construction and Jake's Bar will have to move up to C for state play in 2021.


In E, A2Z Transport (Fremont), turned a few head's by defeating Hitshow (Omaha) in Hastings to earn their first state title. A2Z, Hitshow, the Heartland Haygrinders (Beatrice) OITC (Sioux City) and Slim's Chicken (Lincoln) will all move up to D for state play in 2021.


In E1, Dem Wildboyz (Norfolk) won the "if" game against De Nova (Beatrice) in Hastings to win their first state championship. They'll move up to E for state play in 2021.


Finally, Buettner Const. (Hay Springs) defeated Koo-Laid Mafia (Hastings) in Hastings to earn their first state title. They will move up to E1 in 2021.

Omaha's Finest (Omaha)

T's 13 (Omaha)

Pioneer Auto (Sioux City)