Sullivan said he plans to make sure the hotel televisions next week are tuned to the state tournament games.
Maul said he expects tournaments in town to be good for more than downtown businesses.
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First round games for grades C-2, D-1 and D-2 will be played on Wednesday in Southeast, Southwest and North Star high schools, while third place games will be played on Friday and Saturday in the northeast.
Maul said he expects people to flock to the SouthPointe pavilions, Gateway Mall and other shopping areas in the city.
“You have to realize that in the last year a lot of people haven’t set foot in Lincoln,” he said.
In a normal year, the boys and girls state tournaments have a combination …
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