York Dukes rollover Holdrege in district championship

York Jr. Brady Danielson going up for a shot outside the arc in the first quarter against Holdrege.

York hosting Holdrege in the B–1 District final, trying to make it back to the state tournament after missing it in 2017.

Garrett Snodgrass from underneath gets the Dukes going early.

York showing fantastic speed, sending it to Brady Danielson who makes an amazing lay–up to score.

There's more where that came from, Danielson from outside the arc, misses but follows through and tosses it back in.

Dusters eventually found the net thanks to Tate Florell making a good rebound to send it back in.

Dukes take the B–1 District crown, defeating the Dusters 64–19.

"They started in November three days after winning a state football title, and hit the ground right away," head coach Scott Lamberty said.

"So they didn't get a lot of break, but it's just a group that's grown and grown and grown as the season progresses. They've all bought in on the defensive side of the floor, which obviously when you only give up 19 here and they play really well together on the offensive end."

"All of us have worked so hard for this," Danielson said. "This was a goal coming into the year, we've put so much extra time and just bought into the program, bought into our coaches, and we're happy to see that it's paid off, but we're not done yet."

The Dukes head into the state tournament at 24-1, leading class B in wildcard points.

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