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Displaying Results 11 - 20 of 1911

Daily Dish: Small-class semifinals at Williams Arena makes for a big day at The Barn

By Ron Haggstrom and David La Vaque, Star Tribune 03/22/2024, 12:45pm CDT

Nevis coach Scott Kramer made a bold prediction for Cherry, which is treating its third state tournament appearance as a business trip.

Live from Day 3 of the state tourney: Breck and Badgers-bound Daniel Freitag fly past Minnehaha Academy

By Ron Haggstrom, Star Tribune 03/22/2024, 12:30pm CDT

Fertile-Beltrami outlasted West Central Area in three overtimes and will meet Cherry in Saturday's Class 1A championship.

Dropping Dimes: Rival DeLaSalle reveals Totino-Grace's true emotions

By Ron Haggstrom, Star Tribune 03/21/2024, 11:15am CDT

Eagles star Isaiah Johnson-Arigu conducted 'business as usual' in a victory, while future Gopher Isaac Asuma and Cherry cruised to a win. Big man Alex Lester kept the Nevis engine running despite being gassed.

Half of Championship Saturday is set for the boys basketball state tournament

By Star Tribune staff 03/21/2024, 10:00am CDT

Reigning champion Wayzata and Minnetonka will battle for the Class 4A championship, and two-time defending champion Totino-Grace faces Mankato East in the 3A title game. The Class 1A semifinals are also set. Tap here for game stories and notes from Thursday's action.

Daily Dish: A dozen games, so many stories from Wednesday's boys basketball state quarterfinals

By Ron Haggstrom, David La Vaque, Jim Paulsen, Joseph Gunther and Theo Franz, Star Tribune 03/20/2024, 2:00pm CDT

Wayzata's Isaac Olmstead may be listed at a generous 5-10, but the sophomore guard turned in another big performance to help the Trojans advance.

Live from the tourney: Pirates' ship sinks! Unseeded Eagan upsets No. 2 seed Park Center.

By Ron Haggstrom, David La Vaque, Jim Paulsen, Joseph Gunther and Theo Franz, Star Tribune 03/20/2024, 10:15am CDT

Cretin-Derham Hall and DeLaSalle also recorded victories over higher-seeded teams in the quarterfinals, while Wayzata and Mankato East rolled. Totino-Grace also advanced.

Stewartville coach Parker Lyga becomes the latest to blast seeding of state tournaments

By Ron Haggstrom, Star Tribune 03/20/2024, 6:30am CDT

Stewartville was ranked third but was left unseeded and lost to No. 1 seed Totino-Grace in the quarterfinals.

Twenty stars in the state tournament and how to see them play

By RON HAGGSTROM, Star Tribune 03/19/2024, 6:30am CDT

Minneapolis will be crowded with Minnesota's best players this week, spread over two arenas and four brackets. Here's where to find them.

High-scoring teams mark the boys basketball state tournament this year

By Ron Haggstrom, Star Tribune 03/19/2024, 5:45am CDT

Nine teams score more than 80 points per game on average. Here's when and where to see them.

After 87 years, edge-of-the-metro basketball team is back at state

By RON HAGGSTROM, Star Tribune 03/19/2024, 5:30am CDT

Farmington last played in the championship tournament in 1937, as senior Tyler Beckwith pointed out in a school report that foretold 2024's success.

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  • By By AARON PAITICH, Special to the Star Tribune 11/27/2010, 10:50pm CST
  • Forest Lake hopes to repeat the boys' basketball success of last season. If it does, it will achieve it in a different fashion but very much as its coach envisioned.
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