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Boys' basketball section championship roundup

By Star Tribune, 03/15/13, 11:59PM CDT


Lakeville North, Eden Prairie, Apple Valley and Andover are among the winners.

Isaiah Hanson, Maranatha Christian basketball, sr., 2012-13 ORG XMIT: MIN1212232110370111



• SECTION 1: J.P. Macura overcame early foul trouble to post 17 points and nine rebounds and help propel No. 1 Lakeville North to a 61-47 win over No. 2 Rochester Marshall.

• SECTION 2: Grant Schaeffer and Alex Ihrke each had 16 points as five Eden Prairie Eagles went for double figures in a 67-52 win over Bloomington Jefferson. Jacob Bodway led the Jaguars with 16.

• SECTION 3: Apple Valley blew the game wide open with a 59-point second half en route to a 94-64 win over Rosemount. Tyus Jones led the Eagles with 19 points, but he wasn’t without help, as Apple Valley had five in double figures overall. Cole Northwick led all scorers with 21.

• SECTION 3: Connor Wilkie and Kyle Kettler teamed up to score 31 of No. 4 Andover’s 41 points in a 41-37 win over No. 3 Forest Lake. The Rangers stormed out to a 28-19 halftime lead, but the Huskies defense stymied Forest Lake’s offense the rest of the way, only allowing nine second-half points. Connor Knutson led the Rangers with 12 points.



• SECTION 3: Reid Travis’ 16 points paced four DeLaSalle scorers in double figures in a win over No. 3 Spring Lake Park 71-61. The other three were Geno Crandall (14), Luke Scott (13) and Jarvis Johnson (11). T.C. Robinson led all scorers with 17 points for the Panthers.


• SECTION 4: Five Red Hawks scored in double figures as No. 1 Minnehaha Academy defeated No. 2 Breck 83-62. Kaharri Carter led those five with 23 points, with Marcellous Hazzard and Thomas Gedion combining for another 30. Mohammed Lawal paced the Mustangs with 19 points.



• SECTION 4: Isaiah Hanson’s 23 points spurred Maranatha in a win over West Lutheran. The second-half action was considerably more spirited than the first, as both teams scored 37 points in the second half after combining for 38 in the first. Isaiah Arbogast led the Warriors with 11 points.


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