MINNESOTA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2007



     MARCH MADNESS COMES TO AN END!!!
 

 

 

 

 

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1A Fulda 42, Hancock 34


2A 1A  Pipestone 62, Jordan 57


3A Becker 41, DeLasalle 39 

 

4A St.Paul Central 81, Minneapolis South 63

 


   MAD HOUSE AT TARGET CENTER!

 

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SHOWTIME FOR MINNESOTA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL



      "I like our chances."


               MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH VS. ST. PAUL CENTRAL

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CHAMPIONSHIP DAY MARCH 17, 2007

 

SHOWTIME FOR MINNESOTA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL


This week the Target Center became a MAD house when MARCH MADNESS took over Downtown Minneapolis. It's Showtime for Minnesota Girls High School Basketball. Only the state's best will be allowed to bring it. And only diehard fans will be on hand to watch. 

Penny for Penny, St. Paul Central is 30-0. Minneapolis South is 29-2. Minneapolis South with its 3-guard-offense has a chance for a rematch.  But first, the Lady Tigers will have to claw their way past Osseo and scratch their way past the winner of the Lakeville North-Champlin Park game to advance to the championship game for the state title.

St. Paul Central will make it to the championship game. The only team capable of playing with the Lady Minutemen is Minneapolis South. But the Lady Tigers will have to play the perfect game. Tayler Hill will need to score 46+ points, dish out 10 assists and get Central in early foul trouble. And on defense, Hill and the Lady Tigers will have to shutdown the likely Metro Player Of The Year, Angel Robinson. But, do the Lady Tigers have a prayer? They'll need to clip Angel's wings to win.

Robinson is at the top of her game. In the open floor, she is unstoppable with her superb ball handling skills and her ability to get to the rim, finish or drop "DIMES". All season, especially in big-games, no team has been able to stop Robinson and the Lady Minutemen. Two Questions: Is Central the best team in Minnesota? Can South play the perfect game?

The answer is... YES... and YES

That's my two cents

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DAY 3 ,MADHOUSE


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SEMIFINALS

 

 

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1A

>HANCOCK 66,  ADA-BORUP 50 

>FULDA 65, BADGER 31

2A

>ALBANY 69,  NORWOOD YOUNG AMERICA  57

>PIPESTONE 62, JORDAN 57 IN OVERTIME 

 

 

PIPESTONE VS. JORDAN


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#20 KELSEY LORENZEN ALL-STATE ACADEMIC


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PIPESTONE 24-4 RECORD

#14 FAITH TINKLENBERG, 26 POINTS, 11 REBOUNDS, PIPESTONE'S TEAM LEADER

 


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#32 LEAH DIETEL, 22 POINTS, 9 REBOUNDS


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#10 BRITTANY CHAMBERS 17 POINTS, 4 ASSISTS

ALBANY 69,  NORWOOD-YOUNG AMERICA  57  

PIPESTONE 62, JORDAN 57 IN OVERTIME 



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NORWOOD-YOUNG AMERICA "LADY RAIDERS" 29-3 RECORD



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RAIDERS' FANS

 

 


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#23 TAYLOR VOSS


DAY 2, SEMINALS

>DeLASALLE 50, DETROIT LAKES 35

>BECKER 46,  BENILDE-ST. MARGARET'S 34

>PIPESTONE 40, CALEDONIA 38

>JORDAN 60, BARNESVILLE 55

 

4A, MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH VS. CHAMPLIN PARK

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TAYLER HILL'S 3-POINT-PLAY GAVE SOUTH A 71-70 LEAD

DOWN THE STRETCH. 

HILL SCORED 28 POINTS IN THE 73-70 WIN.



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 NATALIE GIGLER PERFECT AT THE LINE (8-8), FINISHED WITH 18 POINTS


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>NORWOOD-YOUNG AMERICA 53, ESKO 47

>ALBANY 67, FAIRMONT 59           



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#23 JENNY THEISEN FOULED ON THE MADE 3-POINTER

                        

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#13 EPHESIA HOLMES 28 POINTS


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MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 73, CHAMPLIN PARK 70

   ST. PAUL CENTRAL "BEST TEAM EVER" ?

                   
ST. PAUL CENTRAL 79, EDINA 41

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#11 ANGEL ROBINSON 28 POINTS


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#10 NATALIE PASTOR TO THE BUCKET

 

 

CENTRAL'S DEFENSE FORCED 28 TURNOVERS




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STATUE OF LIBERTY


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#35 LAUREN YOUNG 13 PTS


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#23 EBONY BLACK 13 POINTS

                       

 Girls High School Basketball Championship Run

        BALLIN!!           

  DAY ONE


                     STATE TOURNAMENT                     
                    

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>ADA-BORUP 61, SPRINGFIELD 44

>BADGER GB 47, CHRIST'S HOUSEHOLD OF FAITH 39

>BECKER 67, WORTHINGTON 64

>DELASALLE 50, HIBBING 37



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>BENILDE-ST. MARGARET'S 59, NEW PRAGUE 57

>DETROIT LAKES 56, TOTINO-GRACE 43

>HANCOCK 58, CHISHOLM 34

 



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>CHAMPLIN PARK 76, LAKEVILLE NORTH 66

>ST. PAUL CENTRAL 76, ROSEVILLE 58

 

 

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>EDINA 65, MOREHEAD 58

>MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 56, OSSEO 47



              POST-SEASON DREAMS


  ELIMINATION GAMES


**4A at SPORTS PAVILION

QUARTERFINALS <> WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2007

> #8 ROSEVILLE vs. #1 ST. PAUL CENTRAL

> #5 MOOREHEAD vs. #4 EDINA

> #6 LAKEVILLE NORTH vs. #3 CHAMPLIN PARK

> #7 OSSEO vs. #2 MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH

**3A at Target Center

> #8 WORTHINGTON vs. #1 BECKER

> #5 BENILDE ST. MARGARET'S  vs. #4 NEW PRAGUE

> #6 TOTINO GRACE vs. DETROIT LAKES

> #7 HIBBING vs. #2 DeLASALLE


              

                  

SECTION PLAYOFFS

 


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>CRETIN DERHAM-HALL 59, PARK 30.

  Alyssa Karel 22 pts

 



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>ST. PAUL CENTRAL 80,  WOODBURY 47

  Angel Robinson 19          -     Sarah Hintz 16pts

  Georgia Jones 12

   Megan Howard 14

 

 

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#11  Angel Robinson



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Royals, blocking out

>BLAINE 73,  CENTENNIAL 62

  Alyssa Hames 22      -      Megan Nipe 24

  Alex Suda 25


>EASTVIEW 58       -        KENNEDY 57

  Brittney McSparon  26



>CHAMPLIN PARK 77  -    COON RAPIDS 57

  Ashlynn Fuller 17        -    Randi Hill 19

  Jenny Theisen 14        -   Chelsen Lyons 16



>MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 56 - BURNSVILLE 35

  Tayler Hill 18

  Ephesia Holmes 18

  Jenny Houle 12



>EDEN PRAIRIE 61 - HOPKINS 60

  Tanya Hall 15         -   Jackie Hiebert 22



>EDINA  49      -        MINNETONKA 42

  Lauren Young 12

  Taylor Young 11

 

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