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Top 10 Metro Teams

Hopkins:

Defending 4A champs return oodles of talent.

Osseo:

Freshman Ian Theisen, a 6-8 center, is turning heads.

St. Paul Johnson (3A):

The Governors simply wear teams down.

Eastview:

Balanced team back from a run at state.

Apple Valley:

Youth and experience is a frightening combination.

Tartan:

Center Joel Awich emerged as a force this summer.

Lakeville South:

Nearly knocked off St. Paul Johnson last weekend.

Cretin-Derham Hall:

Missed out on state last year by a bucket.

DeLaSalle (3A):

Islanders are gifted with a deep roster.

Eden Prairie:

Team is motivated. Senior Conner Nord tweets with the hashtag #targetcenterherewecome.

– Brian Stensaas


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