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MINNESOTA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

 

 

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SECTION  3 CHAMPS

ST. PAUL CENTRAL,  28-0

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BASKETBALL'S BEST

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Alyssa Karel, Cretin-Derhan Halls'  brilliant senior point guard, NO. 30, played her last high school game.




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The team leader walked off the court to a standing ovation. Central won 97-58. Karel  will play at Wisconsin next year.





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CENTRAL'S Kiara Buford, NO. 30


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NO. 11 Angel Robinson scored 20 points in the win
Central advances to State as the # 1 seed.




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Angel Robinson,  NO. 11, was unstoppable in the open floor. Robinson finished with 20 points. 



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NO. 34, Georgie Jones, aka "Lady Eraser" grabs a rebound.


SECTION  2 CHAMPS 
EDINA,  24-4


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NO. 35 Loren Young scored a game high 26 points as the Lady Hornets advanced to the state tournament. 

 



 


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NO. 21 LINDSEY SATHER



SECTION  7 CHAMPS

CHAMPLIN PARK, 26-3

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Champlin Parks' Coach Carl Pierson is a master motivator. All season, the team has been ready for big games.  Friday was no different. Champlin Park advanced to State, with a 74-68 victory over Blaine. Senior Guard Ashlynn Fuller scored 15 points for the Lady Rebels.



SECTION  4 CHAMPS

OSSEO,  19-9

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NO. 11,  6'2" KATE THOMPSON, SHOOTING FROM DOWN-TOWN


Osseo advanced to State with a  68-58 win over Wayzata.  But the big buzz around town was the play of  Wayzata's 6'2" Sophomore Kate Thompson. At  6'2" Thompson can play the point, shoot from downtown and play in the paint.  Look for Thompson to get long looks from major colleges around the country.



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NO 11. KATE THOMPSON


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SECTION  6 CHAMPS

MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH,  27-2

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Minneapolis South three-guard-offense, of Tayler Hill, Ephesia Holmes and Freshmen Tyisha Smith, was too much for Eastview to handle.





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NO.13 Ephesia Holmes

The trio combined for 59 of South's 67 points. ( Hill 29, Holmes 20 , Smith 10)





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NO. 3 Tayler Hill

Smith's biggest impact was on defense. Smith created havoc and played her best in the biggest game of the year for the South Tigers.




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NO.11 Tyisha Smith


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South's Head Coach Ahmil Jahad was visibly pleased with the win and the chance to compete in the State Tournament. Eastview's brilliant Point Guard Brittney McSparron finished with 29 points.



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NO. 22 Jenny Wesser


DeLASALLE 45, HOLY ANGELS 43

LAKEVILLE NORTH 45, ROSEMONT 43

ROSEVILLE 56, FOREST LAKE 49

MOORHEAD 64, ST. CLOUD TECH 60

DETROIT LAKES 53, PERHAM 36

NEW PRAGUE 50, NORTHFIELD 42

TOTINO-GRACE 42, ROGERS 41

BENILDE-ST MARGARET'S  64, MINNEAPOLIS NORTH 47 

CALEDONIA 49, KINGSLAND 41

RUSHFORD-PETERSON 61, NEW LIFE 46

BECKER 58, SARTELL 41  

 

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