Hornets sting the Tigers

Prologue
The city tour continues with a single Saturday night game. Its Edina visiting Minneapolis South.  Solid walking taco on the menu.  Coke washes it down.  Former North coach Brett McNeil (now the South AD) having to deal with kids triggering the fire alarm via back doors.  Quality old music on the PA during timeouts.  That includes this TV hit.

Song of the Day: John Sebastian - Welcome Back  (Welcome Back Kotter theme)

Number of Teams I've Seen: 154 (53 courts + 5 online).  26 out of state, 13 girls


Beverage Ticker: 1167.6 ounces (12975 Calories)
96 days, 129 games (124 in person), 2 scrimmages added on
  • Pepsi: 320.9 ounces (3760 calories)
  • Coke: 300 ounces (3340 calories)
  • Dr. Pepper: 48 ounces (600 calories)
  • Sprite: 112 ounces (1340 calories)
  • A&W Root Beer : 28.9 ounces (410 calories)
  • Mug Root Beer: 40 ounces (520 calories) 
  • Barq's Root Beer: 32 ounces (430 calories)
  • Red Gatorade/Powerade: 241.8 ounces (1705 calories)
  • Orange Gatorade: 20 ounces (140 calories)
Hot Dog Ticker: 20
Pizza Ticker: 12
Walking Taco Ticker:10

Game Time:
Its a good start for Minneapolis South.  Demetrius Gladney with a nice back cut for a layup to open the scoring.  He then knocks down a jumper and scores on an inbounds.  14-8 South at 10:30 and Edina calls a timeout.  Coach Joe Burger (I'll get that spelling right) not happy with his crew as he's already gone to a 2nd group of 5.  Cossy Kowouto with a nice post move inside.  Edina for 3 countered by frosh Curtis Jones for 3.  22-13 Tigers at the 7:10 mark.  Edina gets 3 starters back on the floor to go with Walt McGrory right after that.  A long stretch of no dead balls.

Then its all Edina.  Anders Nelson scores and buries a 3 off an Edina offensive rebound.  He grabs his own miss for a free throw.  He'll add another bucket, flare for 3 and another bomb in transition for 8 quick ones in a row.  He opens the 2nd half with a backdoor layup and another putback for a 3 point play.  Nelson scores 19 points of the first 26 in a 28-4 run that crosses halftime.  That takes Edina from 9 down to 15 up just after halftime.  Edina coasts from there to a 94-71 win.

Post Game
Kevin Holler with all 13 of his points in the 2nd half to lead South.  Freshman Curtis Jones with 4 3s and 12 points as well.  South finishes their regular season 5-21 overall, 5-9 (6th) in the Minneapolis City.  They will open the 6AAAA playoffs on March 8th as the 8 seed.  That means a trip to Wayzata or Hopkins in the first round.  Hopkins could make a major statement for that top seed with a home win over Minneapolis North on Tuesday.  This section is always an interesting coaches vote.

Anders Nelson with 28 points to lead Edina.  He scored 19 of those in the big run that ultimately put the game out of reach.  Center Matt Hofrenning off the bench with 21 of his 25 in the 2nd half.  He was working inside and knocking down foul line jumpers.  Walt McGrory had a cold night from the field.  He finished with 12 points and 6 assists on my sheet.  Edina improves to 16-8 on the season.  They finish the regular season with trips to Minneapolis Southwest and Wayzata next week.  The Hornets are still in a battle with Eden Prairie for 3rd in the Lake with Edina having lost both meetings badly. 

As to section, it will be very interesting to see.  Chaska looks like they should be the 1 seed regardless of coaches vote or QRF.  Edina has a neutral site win over Chaska but that was without Andrew Kallman.  Jefferson has a tight win over Edina and a split with Chaska for the Metro West title (most likely).  Eden Prairie has lost 5 of 6 but they have 2 wins over Edina and a win over Jefferson.  They end at Woodbury and at De La Salle.  Prior Lake with 2 wins to finish up could steal a 4 seed based on record if they go QRF.  Minnetonka hosts Wayzata and visits Hopkins to end their regular season.  Prior Lake and Minnetonka are teams I would not want to see as 5 and 6 seeds.  Its going to be a very tough section.

A busy City week

So late nights and blowouts have kept me offline for a couple of days so let's get caught up.

Wednesday: Breck 85 Minneapolis Edison 52
Walking taco was just the beef and nacho cheese sauce on top.  Simple and different, but a little heavy on the nacho cheese (especially considering we're using nacho cheese Doritos).  As to the game itself, nothing in doubt here.  Edison hung around for about 7 minutes.  David Roddy with a solid night of 17 points, 12 boards, 5 assists and 3 blocks on my sheet.  Freshman wing Kerwin Walton with 28 points.

Thursday: Minnehaha doubleheader
This was a boys girls doubleheader with the Mayer Lutheran girls and Columbia Heights boys.  The boys JV goes overtime.  Then a pair of long varsity games means a 10 PM exit.   High profile officials as The Scribe works the girls game then an all-time classic pairing of The Rev and Hollywood for the boys game.  But its was the 3rd guy in that boys game who was the star of the show.  47 fouls and a combined free throw attempts.  Deaundra Roberson with 20 of his 33 points in the 1st half carrying the Heights offense.  Jalen Suggs would lead Minnehaha with 28 points and a mitt full of assists.  JaVonni Bickham with a double double of 22 and 12 on my sheet.  Lorenzo Smith adds 21.  Redhawks played without freshman wing Kaden Johnson.  The teams combine for 1 field goal from their main bench guys.  Minnehaha pulls away to win 88-69.

Friday: Central 88 Como Park 77
Senior night at Como Park so 5 senior Cougars start the game.  That allows Central to jump out to a quick lead.  Central would be up double figures in the 2nd half but Como Park would cut that margin to 3 and have the ball.  They couldn't convert.  Central spreads the floor the last 7 minute and does a good enough job breaking down traps and getting layups.  Re'Twan Balenger with 4 late free throws to seal it.  He finishes with 20 points.  Soph forward Daveonte Davis continues to play well with 25 points to lead Central.  Kyrin Woodard scores 20 of his 28 in the 2nd half to lead Como Park almost all the way back.  Trey Clark finishes with 19 points.  Central clinches a tie for the St. Paul City title and can win it outright with a win at Humboldt on Tuesday.

Patriots take out Tigers

Prologue
Czar starts a round of the Minneapolis city area tonight.  Its a section 6AAA battle with #6AAA Delano visiting Minneapolis Patrick Henry.  Henry with the drum line in the house.  A reminder of the good old days at MTS.  That's appropriate since coach Jeremy Miller used to work and coach there.  I liked the 1 official tonight who could have given Why Ricky Why a lesson in bench management.  Very calm demeanor and took time to talk to both coaches.  The footlong hot dog out the bun and Sprite on the concessions menu.  Fun bit in the JV game where Henry got up 4-0 in the 1st 2 minutes and then held the ball against the Delano 2-3 zone.

Number of Teams I've Seen: 150 (50 courts + 5 online).  26 out of state, 11 girls

Beverage Ticker: 1087.6 ounces (12105 Calories)
92 days, 125 games (120 in person), 2 scrimmages added on
  • Pepsi: 300.9 ounces (3760 calories)
  • Coke: 280 ounces (3340 calories)
  • Dr. Pepper: 48 ounces (600 calories)
  • Sprite: 112 ounces (1340 calories)
  • A&W Root Beer : 28.9 ounces (410 calories)
  • Mug Root Beer: 40 ounces (520 calories) 
  • Barq's Root Beer: 32 ounces (430 calories)
  • Red Gatorade/Powerade: 241.8 ounces (1705 calories)
Hot Dog Ticker: 17
Pizza Ticker: 12
Walking Taco Ticker:8

Game Time:
Delano starts strong with Calvin Wishart making 2 3s around a Derek Techam 3.  9-4 Tigers at 14:20.  But the rest of the night is mostly Henry.  Soph Rashaud Rollins 2 bombs.  Jordan Lynn follows that with 2 hoops and 2 of 3 free throws.  Dimitri Sanner-Robinson comes off the Patriots bench to add 2 buckets near the end of the big run.  That run is 22-3 in about 4 minutes.  It puts Henry on top 26-12 inside the 10 minute mark.  Lefty Dylan Gilmer off the Delano bench with a 3 and a pair of free throws.  That bookends a 10-2 Delano run and they're down 28-22 at 7:24.  Devontaye Spates with 3 hoops off the Henry bench.  Henry would grow the lead back to 15 before a pair of Delano triples.  45-34 Patrick Henry at the half.

Delano doesn't cut into that lead until a Nick Cayler 3 and Wishart triple cut the margin to 10 with 11 minutes left.  But the quick guards for Henry were too much.  Terrell Smith for 2 then Lynn with 2 hoops around a critical pair of missed front ends by the Tigers.  That keeps the lead at 16 inside of 9 minutes left.  Wishart would pick up his offense late.  His 4 free throws and a triple combine with a Keegan O'Neill 3 to cut the lead to 70-61 with 4:20 left.  But Delano can't get any closer than that.  They can't convert on some chances.  Plus they have to extend which allowed Henry a couple of easy hoops.  Henry goes on to the 87-77 win. 

Post Game
Calvin Wishart leads Delano with 23 points.  He also added 7 rebounds on my sheet.  Dylan Gilmer with 13 off the bench.  Derek Techum all 12 of his points in the 1st half.  Keegan O'Neill with 10.  Delano was just dead all night.  They got outhustled for rebounds and loose balls, didn't get great shots and didn't have a fire to them.  They are at Orono on Thursday in a game that will likely determine who the 2 seed is in 6AAA.  That's not only means a much easier 1st round game but it also means hosting the section semifinal game.  Delano an interesting team to watch in that bracket as they allow the most PPG but also are far and away the highest scoring team in the section.

Jordan Lynn leads Henry with 24 points.  Lamar Wood adds 17.  Rashaud Rollins with 12 points as he fills the spot of Savion Scott.  Devontaye Spates adds 12 off the bench.  Terell Smith with 10.  Henry's guards much too quick for Delano to handle.  Big win for Henry to keep home court hopes alive in the 1st round.  The Patriots are now 17-7 overall and finished 12-2 in the Minneapolis City.  I think that this win should seal up the 4 seed.  I think they matchup favorably with either Waconia or Benilde-St. Margaret's in that game.  They host section rival Blake on Thursday before a trip to Moorhead on Saturday to end the regular season.

2017 Community Clash Thoughts

Its the final Breakdown Sports USA event of the season as the Community Clash visits Hopkins.  That means I'm up to 1 in every 4 games I've seen being in that gym.  A nice popurri of teams to be seen as metro teams I follow took on non-metro teams that I don't follow.  That made for a fun day.  Another wheat bun hot dog takes care of lunch.  Then leftover Papa John's for dinner.  Coke takes care of the daily beverage needs.

Game 1:  Owatonna vs Park Center
Owatonna's offense would struggle early scoring only 1 field goal in the 9 minutes.  That was off a turnover.  Park Center would get out in transition and go up by 12.  Owatonna fought foul trouble as well in the first half.  Owatonna's defense would clamp down and hold Park Center to 1 field goal in over 7 minutes late in the half.  That would cut the margin to 5. 

Owatonna would rally to take the lead and Park Center would go back up by 6.  Dalton Kubista for 3 to cut the PC lead to 2.  Then Jarius Cook with a putback and a dunk to keep the Pirates up 6.  Kubista again for 3 and banks in another 3 and gets fouled for a 4 point play.  Huskies up 51-50 with just over 3 minutes left. Owatonna would get a great open BLOB look at the buzzer in regulation but missed it. 

In the overtime, Derrick Ogechi would make 6-6 FTs in the last 30 seconds to close it out.  Park Center wins 66-61 in OT.  Dalton Kubista didn't shoot it well but ended up with 23 points and 4 3s to lead all scorers.  Great balance from Park Center. Derrick Ogechi with 16 to lead the Pirates.  Jarius Cook and Losini Kamara added 13 each.  Kamara missed 7 of his last 8 free throws in a major shock.

Game 2: Forest Lake vs Moorhead
I picked this one up in the 2nd half and not much to see.  Forest Lake was up 20 at the break and opened the 2nd half on a 10-0 run to push the lead to 30.  Forest Lake's 4 bench guys (they only dressed 9) saw a ton of time due to that.  Moorhead did cut the lead to 18 which forced the starters back in.  But the outcome was never in doubt.  Forest Lake wins 100-73.  Jake Larson with 20 of his 26 in the 1st half.  Soph John Schrader with 12 of his 16 in the 1st half.  Lefty Drew Hagen is a big point guard for Moorhead.  The freshman was the leading scorer for the Spuds with 16.  Moorhead playing only 1 senior while starting 2 sophomores and Hagen.

Game 3: Woodbury at #6 Hopkins
Jake West would keep Woodbury in this one in the 1st half with 15 points.  Hopkins would use an 8-0 run later in the half to take a 40-35 halftime lead.  Hopkins would pull away in the 2nd half thanks to a 18-6 spurt.  Anthony Davis and Zeke Nnaji with 6 points each in that spurt.  Nnaji using his size advantage to have a big 2nd half.  Davis and Nnaji combine for 26 of their 34 in the 2nd half.  Hopkins wins 89-67.  Jake West 22 and Michael Jones 21 to lead Woodbury.  Hopkins ends with 4 starters at 16 points or more.  Anthony Davis 16, Simon Wright 17, Zeke Nnaji 18 and Ish El-Amin leads with 22 (14 2nd half).  Just too much firepower for Hopkins.

Game 4: Cretin-Derham Hall vs #1AAAA Iowa City West (IA)
This was the showcase game of the day.  The appeal was Gopher commit Daniel Oturu vs Iowa commit Connor McCaffery.  CDH would stretch a 2 point lead to 10 at the half.  Then in the 2nd half CDH would extend that lead to 20.  The final was a 85-72 CDH win but it wasn't that close.  Too much Daniel Oturu as he finishes with 29 points and 14 rebounds.  Ryan Larson would jet his way to 18 points.  Connor McCaffery with 22 points and 6 rebounds to lead Iowa City West.  Patrick McCaffery with 12 points.  But they didn't have much help.

Game 5: Chaska vs St. Michael-Albertville
Due to the late game, I saw the 1st half and the last minute of the game.   This was the easy Chaska win that many expected.  STMA would grind their way to a 2 point lead at the half.  Then STMA would score to tie and have the ball in the last minute to win.  After a turnover, it was Myles Hanson going 1 on 1 out of 4 flat.  A tough foul call on his drive with 2.4 left and Hanson would make 1 of 2 to win it.  Chaska hangs on to win 63-62.  Hanson would finish with 18 points.  Cole Nicholson with a big 2nd half of 15 points to finish with 21.  Nasty last 17 days of the regular season for STMA.  At Maple Grove, Buffalo and Monticello at home, Chaska (neutral) then 4 on the road vs Edina, Rogers, Duluth East and Big Lake.

Game 6: Shakopee vs Pequot Lakes
Shakopee playing 3 freshmen as they reload for the future.  The Sabers would have no problems in this one as they win 64-48.  Forward Jacob Adelman would score 12 straight in the 1st half as the Sabers would pull away.  He finished with 19 points off the Shakopee bench.  Addison Leininger would add 11 points.  Gage Westlund would lead Pequot Lakes with 12 points.

Royals get their revenge

Prologue
To Hopkins to see the #6AAAA Royals host #5AAAA Wayzata.  The 1st meeting between these teams was a 81-55 Wayzata blowout win just over a month ago.  But Hopkins just avenged an earlier loss to Edina so would that script hold here?  Our 3 man crew was a concern before the tip and both coaches were very unhappy at various points.  Fun crowd on hand with the Hopkins band.  When the Dominos delivery car pulls up and its not for the concession stand, its a let down.  But the hot dog is solid and Coke to take care of it.

Game Time:
Jacob Beeninga and Ryan Lindberg with early 3s for Wayzata.  Center Joe Hedstrom with 2 chances at 3 point plays for Hopkins.  He converts the 1st and misses the 2nd to end a 7-0 Hopkins run.  15-10 Royals 6 minutes in.  Wayzata keeps bombing away.  Lindberg again off a BLOB and Drew Galinson in transition.  After a Hopkins hoop, its Gavin Baumgartner with 8 straight Trojans points in a span of 35 seconds.  That included a triple, a coast to coast venture and then converting a turnover into another triple.  The 14-4 run puts Wayzata up by 5.  Lindberg with another bomb off an offensive board with a minute left in the half.  37-30 Wayzata at the break.  The Trojans make 9 3s in the half.  They outscore Hopkins 19-7 over the last 6+ minutes of the half.

Galinson 2 more triples.  Ish El-Amin counters with 7 points in a 10-0 Hopkins run.  Beeninga fouled on a 3 and makes all 3 before yet another Galinson 3.  53-46 Wayzata with 8:56 left.  Hopkins coach Ken Novak almost gets a T at the timeout.  El-Amin 2 free throws and then a vicious swat of a Trojans lob into the 8th row.  Frosh Blaise Beauchamp with a floater and a 3.  Then back to back turnovers for Hopkins layups.  11-0 Hopkins run to take a 57-53 lead with under 6 minutes to play.

Wayzata would rally behind a Beeninga triple and pair of free throws to take a 60-59 lead with 3:46 left.  A jump ball goes to Hopkins with 3:11 left.  They run offense for a minute before Hedstrom is fouled and makes both ends of the bonus.  Then a turnover for an El-Amin layup.  Another turnover for the Trojans and Anthony Davis converts that vs a 1-3-1 trap..  The rest is free throws and some Brian Schnettler displeasure with no whistle for over and back.   Hopkins wins 70-62.

Post Game:
Ryan Lindberg leads the way for Wayzata with 18 poitns and 4 triples.  Drew Galinson 5 threes and 15 points.  Gavin Baumgartner 12 points but 8 of them in that 35 second run in the 1st half.  Jacob Beeninga also in double figures with 11.  I liked that Wayzata pulled out some looks very much like what Edina does on offense to space the floor and penetrate.  Once Hopkins clamped down on the 3 point line, offense was tough.  Wayzata only shoots 5 free throws (Beeninga goes 5-5).

Ish El-Amin and Blaise Beauchamp each score 16 points to lead Hopkins.  24 of those 32 points coming in the 2nd half.  El-Amin turned his game up another notch in the 2nd half.  Simon Wright very active rebounding to go along with his 14 points.  Joe Hedstrom chips in with 11.  Zeke Nnaji left the game early in the 2nd half with a cut and didn't return.  But when Nnaji and Hedstrom were in the game together, Hopkins went to something that wasn't quite high low or lane-lane mover blocker, but it had the posts working together top and bottom with the guards filling the wings.  Good stuff.  With a couple exceptions, the 2nd half defense of the 3 point line was much much better than the 1st.

So the teams are now tied on top of the Lake Conference standings at 4-2.  Hopkins is 17-5 overall while Wayzata is 19-3 overall.  If its coaches seed then its very interesting for Hopkins to be the top seed.  Wayzata is currently a landslide winner for the top spot if its QRF but I have it much closer than that in the CzarPI.  The win is also big as Armstrong lost to Maple Grove tonight and still has to go to Champlin Park.  That definitely helps the Royals case for the 2nd seed.

A Week of Blue

Game info here has been quiet this week so let's get caught up on what I've seen.  My games have had a shade of blue attached to them.  So here goes.

Monday: Trinity at Mounds Park Academy
No problems for Trinity in this one as they win 60-29.  Interesting action from Mounds Park Academy though.  They would go horns with the school's all-time scoring leader at the point, Brendan Connolly.  Then the interesting part is that they would go corner action out of it but have the point guard follow under the post instead of going over the top.  That gave a better screening angle.  Connolly set that screen 3 times early and got wide open 3s stepping out after setting it.  Another round of the magnificent Pulled Pork meal deal always makes the trip worth it.

Tuesday: Chaska at Bloomington Jefferson
This one was for the top spot in the Metro West.  Pizza, popcorn and Red Gatorade (no Pepsi available sadly) for the meal deal.  But my Gatorade was mostly frozen.  Chaska would survive a very ugly first half and be tied at the break.  Then the 2nd half, they go 22-27 from the charity stripe vs 2-2 for Jefferson.  That makes up for only making 5 field goals in that half.  Myles Hanson with 20 of his 24 in the 2nd half (14-15 FTs).  He also added 11 rebounds.  He put the game away with 7 straight points when the lead was 3.  The irony of this game is a Jefferson parent wondering why I limited my usual comments about their methodical style while their players are blowing me up online.  The teams are now tied on top of the Metro West standings.  Jefferson sees a 9 game winning streak snapped.  Chaska has now won 7 straight.  They could meet again in the 2AAAA section playoffs.  Chaska looks to have the inside track to the 1 seed there.

Wednesday: Cooper at #2AAAA Maple Grove
Due to a late night of the real world, I had to watch this one online on mute.  But still no doubt about Brad Davison going absolutely nuts.  He goes off for a school record 43.  Tywhon Pickford adds 32 as Maple Grove wins 93-85.  Both teams not able to get stops as the lane looked like an interstate highway.  Cooper with limited size options but they have athletic guards and a scorer in Beijan Newbern.  He ended up with 28.  The Hawks made noise in the tourney last year and have the same tools to do it again.  Most of these guys are back next year too.

Thursday: Prairie Seeds at #7AAA Columbia Heights
Always have to get the Mug Root Beer on the hill.  No Willie Braziel for the game.  He was tossed on Tuesday vs De La Salle.   By a member of the JMOA to boot, the horror.  Prairie Seeds would take the early lead and hold it all the way until 27-22 with about 6 minutes left in the 1st half.  The story of this game would take over.  That's soph Jarvis Wright for Columbia Heights.  He comes off the bench and scores 12 straight Hylanders points.  Add in Lycans post AJ Abara sitting with 2 fouls and the moment totally shifts.  Heights goes from 5 down to 10 up at the half.

Abara with 2 hoops and Brian Robinson finishes an 11-2 Lycans run with 2 free throws.  61-56 Heights with 10:32 left.  But Wright is back in the game.  He buries a kickout for 3, then behind the back to Christian Kelly for a layup.  Then a slick pass to Wendell Matthews for 2 free throws.  Brian and Jamar Robinson both have to sit with 4 fouls.  Daveon Gibson with a 3 for Prairie Seeds as they try to hang around down 6.  But Wright adds 2 more bombs and a score in the post.  He had the answer for any Prairie Seeds run.  Columbia Heights wins 97-87.  Soph Jarvis Wright off the Columbia Heights bench with 31 points and 7 bombs to lead all scorers.  Wendell Matthews adds 24.  Quentin Hardrict with 19.  Daveon Gibson with 6 3s and 26 points to try to keep Prairie Seeds close.  AJ Abara with 17 of his 23 in the 2nd half.  Lycans star guard Brian Robinson with 16 but only 1 field goal in the 2nd half.

The week of blue concludes with 2 trips to Hopkins

2016-17 CzarPI, February 15th, 2017

This is the 6th CzarPI of the 2016-17 season (see CzarPI Explained Here).  It includes games through Wednesday, February 15th, 2017.  The value in () after the CzarPI value is the team's strength of schedule ranking within their class.

Class AAAA
  1. Champlin Park - 63.58 (10) 0-0 vs better, 19-0 vs worse
  2. Maple Grove - 61.13 (9) 0-1 vs better, 19-1 vs worse
  3. Wayzata - 60.91 (17) 0-0 vs better, 17-2 vs worse
  4. Apple Valley - 60.05 (15) 1-2 vs better, 16-0 vs worse
  5. Lakeville North - 59.14 (28) 0-2 vs better, 18-0 vs worse
  6. Hopkins - 58.78 (1) 0-3 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  7. Park Center - 57.11 (2) 1-3 vs better, 13-3 vs worse
  8. New Prague - 57.07 (52) 0-1 vs better, 18-2 vs worse
  9. St. Cloud Tech - 56.77 (33) 0-0 vs better, 17-5 vs worse
  10. Robbinsdale Armstrong - 56.43 (12) 2-4 vs better, 14-1 vs worse
  11. Chaska - 56.24 (21) 1-2 vs better, 14-3 vs worse
  12. Rochester John Marshall - 56.19 (50) 1-2 vs better, 17-1 vs worse
  13. Edina - 55.58 (5) 4-2 vs better, 6-5 vs worse
  14. Bloomington Jefferson - 55.28 (49) 2-2 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  15. Tartan - 55.21 (56) 1-3 vs better, 17-0 vs worse
  16. Woodbury - 54.74 (41) 3-2 vs better, 12-2 vs worse
  17. Rogers - 53.94 (61) 0-2 vs better, 17-1 vs worse
  18. East Ridge - 53.79 (45) 1-4 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  19. Robbinsdale Cooper - 53.43 (4) 4-6 vs better, 6-2 vs worse
  20. Osseo - 53.01 (25) 2-6 vs better, 13-0 vs worse
  21. Cretin-Derham Hall - 52.88 (16) 2-6 vs better, 11-1 vs worse
  22. Eden Prairie - 52.5 (6) 4-8 vs better, 8-1 vs worse
  23. Prior Lake - 52.41 (11) 3-5 vs better, 7-4 vs worse
  24. Forest Lake - 51.77 (42) 3-5 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  25. Blaine - 51.22 (18) 1-6 vs better, 11-2 vs worse
  26. Owatonna - 50.8 (57) 0-4 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  27. Elk River - 50.32 (48) 2-5 vs better, 11-3 vs worse
  28. Minnetonka - 49.8 (3) 3-9 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  29. Duluth East - 49.63 (40) 2-6 vs better, 9-3 vs worse
  30. Rosemount - 49.39 (24) 1-7 vs better, 10-3 vs worse
  31. North St. Paul - 48.85 (63) 2-5 vs better, 12-1 vs worse
  32. Lakeville South - 48.75 (8) 2-10 vs better, 9-0 vs worse
  33. Coon Rapids - 48.65 (34) 4-5 vs better, 5-6 vs worse
  34. St. Louis Park - 47.62 (19) 1-10 vs better, 9-1 vs worse
  35. Brainerd - 46.97 (26) 5-8 vs better, 3-4 vs worse
  36. St. Michael-Albertville - 46.81 (39) 3-7 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  37. St. Paul Central - 46.61 (59) 3-8 vs better, 9-2 vs worse
  38. Centennial - 46.12 (20) 4-9 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  39. Eastview - 45.96 (46) 2-9 vs better, 9-1 vs worse
  40. Chanhassen - 45.25 (31) 4-11 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  41. Minneapolis Washburn - 44.21 (62) 2-8 vs better, 11-1 vs worse
  42. St. Francis - 43.59 (64) 2-5 vs better, 9-6 vs worse
  43. Park of Cottage Grove - 42.03 (58) 3-7 vs better, 4-7 vs worse
  44. Andover - 41.97 (22) 3-12 vs better, 3-2 vs worse
  45. Farmington - 41.85 (51) 2-9 vs better, 5-4 vs worse
  46. Eagan - 41.63 (30) 4-13 vs better, 2-2 vs worse
  47. Minneapolis Southwest - 40.88 (37) 4-12 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  48. Mounds View - 40.88 (54) 4-11 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  49. Anoka - 40.82 (13) 4-12 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  50. Burnsville - 40.48 (29) 4-14 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  51. Hastings - 40.33 (55) 3-10 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  52. Irondale - 38.57 (27) 3-15 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  53. Roseville - 37.58 (44) 3-14 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  54. Spring Lake Park - 37.47 (23) 4-16 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  55. Shakopee - 35.96 (7) 3-17 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  56. Buffalo - 35.88 (53) 2-15 vs better, 3-2 vs worse
  57. Cambridge-Isanti - 35.67 (60) 2-15 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  58. Moorhead - 35.07 (14) 2-13 vs better, 1-0 vs worse
  59. Rochester Mayo - 33.51 (43) 2-14 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  60. Stillwater Area - 32.52 (47) 3-17 vs better, 0-1 vs worse
  61. White Bear Lake - 31.04 (32) 3-17 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  62. Henry Sibley - 30.97 (38) 2-17 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  63. Minneapolis South - 28.95 (36) 1-19 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  64. Rochester Century - 0 (35) 0-18 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
Class AAA
  1. Marshall - 60.98 (9) 0-0 vs better, 19-1 vs worse
  2. DeLaSalle - 60.08 (11) 0-1 vs better, 14-0 vs worse
  3. Waseca - 57.94 (42) 0-1 vs better, 20-1 vs worse
  4. Austin - 57.78 (58) 1-0 vs better, 19-1 vs worse
  5. Orono - 57.64 (5) 1-0 vs better, 16-5 vs worse
  6. Fergus Falls - 56.61 (36) 1-1 vs better, 15-2 vs worse
  7. Grand Rapids - 56.52 (25) 1-1 vs better, 15-4 vs worse
  8. Mahtomedi - 56.27 (59) 0-0 vs better, 18-2 vs worse
  9. Delano - 56.12 (28) 1-3 vs better, 16-1 vs worse
  10. Columbia Heights - 54.63 (14) 1-4 vs better, 15-2 vs worse
  11. Alexandria - 54.57 (43) 2-2 vs better, 12-3 vs worse
  12. St. Paul Highland Park - 53.27 (62) 1-1 vs better, 14-3 vs worse
  13. Big Lake - 52.86 (33) 1-5 vs better, 14-1 vs worse
  14. St. Thomas Academy - 52.36 (60) 2-3 vs better, 14-1 vs worse
  15. Bemidji - 52.11 (56) 0-3 vs better, 14-3 vs worse
  16. Rocori - 51.87 (18) 2-5 vs better, 10-4 vs worse
  17. Zimmerman - 51.51 (51) 1-4 vs better, 13-3 vs worse
  18. Byron - 51.08 (21) 3-5 vs better, 11-4 vs worse
  19. Minneapolis Henry - 49.98 (39) 0-6 vs better, 14-0 vs worse
  20. Faribault - 49.65 (31) 1-5 vs better, 10-4 vs worse
  21. Becker - 49.31 (55) 1-5 vs better, 11-4 vs worse
  22. Worthington - 49.21 (17) 1-5 vs better, 11-4 vs worse
  23. Northfield - 48.91 (35) 3-6 vs better, 9-2 vs worse
  24. Willmar - 48.53 (12) 4-8 vs better, 6-4 vs worse
  25. Totino-Grace - 48.52 (2) 4-10 vs better, 7-0 vs worse
  26. St. Paul Johnson - 48.44 (46) 2-4 vs better, 7-5 vs worse
  27. Detroit Lakes - 48.31 (38) 1-7 vs better, 10-1 vs worse
  28. Duluth Denfeld - 48.16 (50) 3-5 vs better, 6-5 vs worse
  29. Mankato West - 47.93 (26) 3-7 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  30. Sauk Rapids-Rice - 47.75 (13) 3-11 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  31. St. Anthony Village - 47.66 (64) 0-5 vs better, 16-1 vs worse
  32. Thief River Falls - 47.56 (16) 1-9 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  33. Hibbing - 47.09 (48) 4-7 vs better, 4-3 vs worse
  34. Waconia - 46.92 (29) 4-7 vs better, 6-3 vs worse
  35. Sartell-St. Stephen - 46.9 (15) 6-9 vs better, 3-3 vs worse
  36. Fridley - 46.02 (53) 2-9 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  37. Little Falls - 45.8 (34) 3-11 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  38. Richfield - 45.26 (19) 2-8 vs better, 6-3 vs worse
  39. Benilde-St. Margaret's - 45.22 (10) 3-12 vs better, 6-0 vs worse
  40. Stewartville - 45.13 (8) 2-11 vs better, 8-1 vs worse
  41. Simley - 44.01 (45) 1-9 vs better, 9-2 vs worse
  42. Winona - 43.7 (30) 2-9 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  43. Chisago Lakes Area - 43.51 (37) 3-11 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  44. Hermantown - 43.46 (4) 3-13 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  45. Cloquet - 43.34 (47) 4-12 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  46. Mankato East - 43.02 (20) 3-11 vs better, 6-1 vs worse
  47. St. Cloud Apollo - 42.96 (3) 4-15 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  48. Kasson-Mantorville - 41.61 (6) 4-13 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  49. Monticello - 41.55 (32) 3-13 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  50. St. Paul Como Park - 41.46 (27) 2-14 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  51. Blake - 40.38 (61) 3-12 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  52. Bloomington Kennedy - 40.26 (41) 2-13 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  53. Mound Westonka - 39.81 (57) 3-12 vs better, 3-2 vs worse
  54. New Ulm - 36.34 (24) 2-16 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  55. Hutchinson - 35.71 (1) 3-16 vs better, 0-1 vs worse
  56. North Branch - 35.58 (44) 2-16 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  57. St. Paul Harding - 35.33 (63) 2-14 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  58. Holy Angels - 34.66 (7) 2-17 vs better, 1-0 vs worse
  59. Red Wing - 34.11 (40) 2-14 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  60. Dassel-Cokato - 33.97 (23) 4-15 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  61. Princeton - 33.85 (54) 3-18 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  62. Hill-Murray - 28.07 (22) 2-15 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  63. South St. Paul - 20.14 (52) 1-19 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  64. Albert Lea - 0 (49) 0-19 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
Class AA
  1. Melrose - 61.07 (31) 0-0 vs better, 21-0 vs worse
  2. Caledonia - 58 (5) 0-1 vs better, 15-2 vs worse
  3. Virginia - 57.82 (85) 0-0 vs better, 21-1 vs worse
  4. Crosby-Ironton - 57.42 (114) 0-0 vs better, 18-0 vs worse
  5. St. Cloud Cathedral - 57.31 (19) 0-2 vs better, 18-2 vs worse
  6. Esko - 57.26 (59) 0-2 vs better, 17-0 vs worse
  7. Watertown-Mayer - 56.96 (50) 0-1 vs better, 18-2 vs worse
  8. Minnehaha Academy - 56.69 (29) 3-1 vs better, 13-3 vs worse
  9. Annandale - 56.6 (17) 1-3 vs better, 16-1 vs worse
  10. Jordan - 56.41 (71) 0-0 vs better, 19-3 vs worse
  11. Perham - 56.24 (79) 1-1 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  12. Waterville-Elysian-Morristown - 56.15 (55) 1-1 vs better, 16-2 vs worse
  13. Jackson County Central - 55.98 (60) 0-2 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  14. Pine Island - 55.77 (48) 1-0 vs better, 17-4 vs worse
  15. Lake City - 55.19 (41) 2-1 vs better, 14-4 vs worse
  16. New Richland-H-E-G - 54.77 (106) 1-2 vs better, 19-0 vs worse
  17. St. Charles - 54.6 (45) 2-2 vs better, 14-3 vs worse
  18. Breckenridge - 54.49 (97) 1-2 vs better, 14-0 vs worse
  19. Sibley East - 54.13 (94) 0-1 vs better, 17-3 vs worse
  20. Eden Valley-Watkins - 54.02 (87) 1-2 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  21. New Life Academy - 53.93 (110) 0-2 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  22. Rochester Lourdes - 53.87 (53) 3-2 vs better, 12-3 vs worse
  23. Maple River - 53.6 (33) 2-4 vs better, 13-2 vs worse
  24. Sauk Centre - 53.15 (54) 1-3 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  25. Brooklyn Center - 52.83 (35) 1-4 vs better, 13-2 vs worse
  26. St. Paul Prep - 52.79 (49) 0-2 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  27. Osakis - 52.32 (113) 1-2 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  28. Hinckley-Finlayson - 51.74 (129) 0-1 vs better, 19-1 vs worse
  29. Fairmont - 51.44 (64) 1-3 vs better, 14-4 vs worse
  30. Southwest Christian - 50.94 (70) 0-3 vs better, 14-4 vs worse
  31. Minneota - 50.45 (81) 1-3 vs better, 13-4 vs worse
  32. Holdingford - 50.45 (122) 1-2 vs better, 15-2 vs worse
  33. Montevideo - 50.35 (23) 0-4 vs better, 11-4 vs worse
  34. New London-Spicer - 50.1 (43) 1-4 vs better, 11-5 vs worse
  35. Zumbrota-Mazeppa - 50.07 (86) 0-5 vs better, 15-2 vs worse
  36. Plainview-Elgin-Millville - 50.06 (47) 1-6 vs better, 13-3 vs worse
  37. St. Croix Lutheran - 50.06 (2) 2-8 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  38. Belle Plaine - 49.87 (18) 4-6 vs better, 8-5 vs worse
  39. Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta - 49.6 (1) 3-6 vs better, 6-3 vs worse
  40. Proctor - 49.45 (57) 0-4 vs better, 12-3 vs worse
  41. Glencoe-Silver Lake - 49.2 (26) 3-5 vs better, 8-5 vs worse
  42. Pequot Lakes - 49.18 (27) 2-5 vs better, 10-4 vs worse
  43. Milaca - 48.61 (76) 2-6 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  44. Rockford - 48.37 (123) 2-5 vs better, 13-1 vs worse
  45. St. Peter - 48.35 (32) 3-7 vs better, 7-4 vs worse
  46. Pillager - 48.33 (119) 0-3 vs better, 13-6 vs worse
  47. Pipestone Area - 48.18 (16) 1-7 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  48. Redwood Valley - 48.16 (25) 4-9 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  49. Litchfield - 48.13 (20) 3-9 vs better, 9-0 vs worse
  50. Norwood-Young America - 48.01 (84) 2-7 vs better, 11-2 vs worse
  51. Lewiston-Altura - 47.81 (38) 2-8 vs better, 9-2 vs worse
  52. Moose Lake-Willow River - 47.77 (51) 2-4 vs better, 7-6 vs worse
  53. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City - 47.59 (61) 3-7 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  54. Roseau - 47.4 (120) 1-6 vs better, 13-1 vs worse
  55. Minneapolis Roosevelt - 47.24 (77) 1-8 vs better, 14-0 vs worse
  56. St. Croix Prep - 47.22 (109) 1-4 vs better, 9-5 vs worse
  57. Crookston - 47.21 (103) 1-6 vs better, 11-2 vs worse
  58. Minnewaska Area - 47.2 (42) 3-9 vs better, 7-2 vs worse
  59. St. James Area - 47.07 (65) 2-8 vs better, 11-0 vs worse
  60. Pine City - 46.78 (127) 1-4 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  61. Breck - 46.3 (96) 1-5 vs better, 10-3 vs worse
  62. Greenway - 45.86 (107) 2-7 vs better, 9-0 vs worse
  63. Trinity School - 45.79 (100) 1-7 vs better, 9-4 vs worse
  64. Foley - 45.79 (69) 3-8 vs better, 6-2 vs worse
  65. Math and Science Academy - 45.5 (130) 1-1 vs better, 11-6 vs worse
  66. Staples-Motley - 44.94 (44) 2-9 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  67. Wadena-Deer Creek - 44.64 (126) 3-5 vs better, 7-5 vs worse
  68. Braham - 44.47 (128) 1-6 vs better, 14-0 vs worse
  69. Holy Family Catholic - 44.32 (15) 2-11 vs better, 6-1 vs worse
  70. Barnum - 44.02 (28) 3-12 vs better, 6-0 vs worse
  71. Spectrum - 44 (115) 3-8 vs better, 7-2 vs worse
  72. Tri-City United - 44 (12) 3-12 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  73. Lakeview - 43.95 (67) 2-10 vs better, 8-1 vs worse
  74. Hayfield - 43.78 (66) 1-10 vs better, 10-1 vs worse
  75. East Grand Forks - 43.34 (95) 2-9 vs better, 6-2 vs worse
  76. St. Agnes - 43.18 (63) 1-11 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  77. International Falls - 43.07 (7) 2-11 vs better, 6-1 vs worse
  78. Hawley - 43.06 (10) 2-8 vs better, 4-2 vs worse
  79. St. John's Prep - 42.78 (88) 1-5 vs better, 5-4 vs worse
  80. St. Paul Washington - 42.62 (112) 1-11 vs better, 9-1 vs worse
  81. Academy for Sciences & Ag - 41.92 (133) 0-2 vs better, 11-3 vs worse
  82. St. Paul Academy - 41.1 (108) 2-9 vs better, 6-3 vs worse
  83. Chatfield - 41.05 (24) 4-14 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  84. Windom Area - 40.43 (4) 2-14 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  85. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton - 40.26 (99) 3-10 vs better, 5-3 vs worse
  86. International School of MN - 39.28 (105) 2-9 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  87. Warroad - 39 (121) 1-12 vs better, 8-1 vs worse
  88. Maple Lake - 38.96 (39) 3-11 vs better, 4-3 vs worse
  89. St. Paul Humboldt - 38.67 (124) 3-14 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  90. Triton - 38.62 (36) 2-14 vs better, 6-1 vs worse
  91. Duluth Marshall - 38.42 (101) 2-10 vs better, 3-3 vs worse
  92. Mesabi East - 38.31 (98) 2-12 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  93. Providence Academy - 38.18 (40) 3-13 vs better, 2-2 vs worse
  94. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton - 37.77 (82) 2-13 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  95. Winona Cotter - 37.68 (78) 2-12 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  96. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle - 37.61 (21) 2-13 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  97. Benson - 37.59 (30) 2-14 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  98. Pelican Rapids - 37.54 (92) 3-13 vs better, 4-2 vs worse
  99. Dover-Eyota - 37.5 (6) 4-18 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  100. Blue Earth Area - 37.39 (13) 2-12 vs better, 2-3 vs worse
  101. Park Rapids Area - 37.2 (8) 3-17 vs better, 1-2 vs worse
  102. Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted - 36.97 (34) 4-14 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  103. Barnesville - 36.81 (22) 3-12 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  104. Albany - 36.79 (3) 3-17 vs better, 1-0 vs worse
  105. Aitkin - 36.61 (104) 1-13 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  106. Eveleth-Gilbert - 36.58 (62) 3-16 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  107. Two Harbors - 36.09 (72) 3-13 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  108. Badger/Greenbush-Middle River - 35.91 (90) 1-14 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  109. Bagley - 35.89 (111) 1-11 vs better, 6-4 vs worse
  110. Mora - 35.8 (58) 1-15 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  111. Charter Stars - 35.7 (83) 3-15 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  112. Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop - 35.16 (91) 2-13 vs better, 4-2 vs worse
  113. LeSueur-Henderson - 34.24 (14) 2-16 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  114. Heritage Academy - 33.93 (131) 1-9 vs better, 6-1 vs worse
  115. Royalton - 33.88 (102) 1-13 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  116. Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial - 33.66 (116) 1-14 vs better, 6-0 vs worse
  117. Rush City - 33.54 (118) 0-11 vs better, 6-0 vs worse
  118. Concordia Academy - 32.66 (73) 1-15 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  119. Luverne - 32.61 (9) 1-16 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  120. Mounds Park Academy - 32.04 (125) 2-14 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  121. Hmong Academy - 31.44 (132) 0-4 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  122. Cannon Falls - 31.12 (75) 3-16 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  123. Yellow Medicine East - 30.88 (93) 2-14 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  124. Martin County West - 30.44 (117) 2-15 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  125. Minneapolis Edison - 27.78 (80) 1-19 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  126. FAIR School - 27.38 (56) 2-17 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  127. Paynesville Area - 26.95 (52) 1-16 vs better, 0-1 vs worse
  128. Pierz - 26.1 (68) 2-19 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  129. La Crescent - 25.09 (46) 1-19 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  130. Frazee - 21.08 (89) 1-18 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  131. Kenyon-Wanamingo - 0 (11) 0-20 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  132. Medford - 0 (37) 0-19 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  133. PACT Charter - 0 (74) 0-21 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
Class A
  1. Minneapolis North - 60.9 (3) 0-0 vs better, 20-1 vs worse
  2. Nevis - 58.3 (44) 0-0 vs better, 20-1 vs worse
  3. Ada-Borup - 58.29 (37) 0-0 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  4. Heritage Christian - 58.11 (12) 0-1 vs better, 19-1 vs worse
  5. Springfield - 56.73 (96) 0-0 vs better, 20-1 vs worse
  6. Goodhue - 56.35 (63) 0-0 vs better, 22-2 vs worse
  7. Stephen-Argyle - 56.14 (25) 0-1 vs better, 18-2 vs worse
  8. Red Rock Central - 55.93 (88) 0-1 vs better, 19-1 vs worse
  9. Prairie Seeds Academy - 55.74 (79) 0-0 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  10. Red Lake - 55.63 (30) 1-2 vs better, 16-1 vs worse
  11. Spring Grove - 55.61 (78) 0-1 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  12. Central MN Christian - 55.5 (55) 0-2 vs better, 20-1 vs worse
  13. Browerville/Eagle Valley - 54.5 (58) 0-2 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  14. North Woods - 54.22 (132) 0-1 vs better, 19-0 vs worse
  15. NCE/U-H - 54.21 (40) 0-2 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  16. Russell-Tyler-Ruthton - 53.97 (95) 0-2 vs better, 20-1 vs worse
  17. McGregor - 53.81 (118) 0-0 vs better, 16-3 vs worse
  18. Parkers Prairie - 53.6 (62) 0-1 vs better, 16-3 vs worse
  19. Ortonville - 53.55 (143) 0-0 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  20. Lake Park-Audubon - 53.16 (29) 1-3 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  21. Rushford-Peterson - 52.84 (21) 1-4 vs better, 12-1 vs worse
  22. Cedar Mountain/Comfrey - 52.79 (131) 0-2 vs better, 20-0 vs worse
  23. Battle Lake - 52.71 (67) 1-2 vs better, 15-2 vs worse
  24. Win-E-Mac - 52.56 (105) 2-2 vs better, 17-2 vs worse
  25. Mountain Iron-Buhl - 52.4 (48) 0-4 vs better, 16-0 vs worse
  26. Cristo Rey Jesuit - 52.2 (26) 2-3 vs better, 11-3 vs worse
  27. Northern Freeze - 51.6 (84) 0-2 vs better, 16-4 vs worse
  28. Carlton - 51.42 (138) 0-2 vs better, 17-2 vs worse
  29. Mountain Lake Area - 51.05 (38) 1-3 vs better, 13-4 vs worse
  30. Westbrook-Walnut Grove - 51 (142) 0-2 vs better, 18-1 vs worse
  31. Cass Lake-Bena - 50.68 (27) 2-7 vs better, 14-0 vs worse
  32. Verndale - 50.48 (82) 0-3 vs better, 14-3 vs worse
  33. Schaeffer Academy - 50.35 (147) 0-1 vs better, 18-3 vs worse
  34. Cleveland - 50.28 (153) 0-1 vs better, 21-1 vs worse
  35. Mayer Lutheran - 49.94 (7) 2-7 vs better, 12-2 vs worse
  36. Adrian - 49.6 (94) 2-3 vs better, 10-3 vs worse
  37. Kimball Area - 49.45 (123) 1-4 vs better, 16-1 vs worse
  38. Hope Academy - 49.41 (98) 2-5 vs better, 14-2 vs worse
  39. Goodridge/Grygla - 49.03 (114) 1-4 vs better, 14-3 vs worse
  40. Brandon/Evansville - 48.98 (35) 2-5 vs better, 11-3 vs worse
  41. Walker-Hackensack-Akeley - 48.83 (56) 0-4 vs better, 13-2 vs worse
  42. Southland - 48.79 (36) 0-6 vs better, 12-1 vs worse
  43. Hillcrest Lutheran Academy - 48.78 (39) 2-5 vs better, 9-1 vs worse
  44. Waubun - 48.77 (42) 2-6 vs better, 12-1 vs worse
  45. Minnesota Valley Lutheran - 48.5 (111) 1-5 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  46. Ely - 48.43 (137) 0-3 vs better, 16-2 vs worse
  47. Deer River - 48.3 (24) 0-5 vs better, 12-4 vs worse
  48. Sebeka - 47.98 (61) 2-5 vs better, 10-3 vs worse
  49. Hancock - 47.81 (122) 1-4 vs better, 12-1 vs worse
  50. Wabasha-Kellogg - 47.68 (124) 3-4 vs better, 9-3 vs worse
  51. Murray County Central - 47.57 (10) 2-8 vs better, 9-2 vs worse
  52. Kittson County Central - 47.48 (72) 0-4 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  53. Southwest MN Christian - 47.48 (19) 3-8 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  54. Chisholm - 47.42 (81) 2-5 vs better, 12-4 vs worse
  55. Bigfork - 46.34 (150) 1-4 vs better, 15-1 vs worse
  56. Legacy Christian - 46.32 (73) 1-7 vs better, 11-3 vs worse
  57. Fosston - 46.28 (59) 2-8 vs better, 12-0 vs worse
  58. Randolph - 46.25 (53) 1-6 vs better, 12-3 vs worse
  59. Kingsland - 46.03 (92) 2-8 vs better, 11-2 vs worse
  60. Lanesboro - 45.89 (130) 1-5 vs better, 11-1 vs worse
  61. Lakeview Christian - 45.88 (152) 0-3 vs better, 11-5 vs worse
  62. Liberty Classical Academy - 45.81 (155) 0-2 vs better, 16-4 vs worse
  63. Canby - 45.8 (71) 1-6 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  64. Dawson-Boyd - 45.73 (69) 2-7 vs better, 9-1 vs worse
  65. Northome/Kelliher - 45.69 (90) 2-7 vs better, 11-2 vs worse
  66. BOLD - 45.62 (14) 4-11 vs better, 7-0 vs worse
  67. Cromwell-Wright - 45.53 (74) 1-6 vs better, 10-3 vs worse
  68. CHOF - 45.39 (136) 1-6 vs better, 13-1 vs worse
  69. Bethlehem Academy - 45.04 (45) 1-9 vs better, 12-0 vs worse
  70. St. Clair - 44.87 (93) 1-6 vs better, 12-3 vs worse
  71. Menahga - 44.64 (43) 3-7 vs better, 6-4 vs worse
  72. Sacred Heart - 44.6 (109) 2-6 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  73. Bethany Academy - 44.2 (139) 3-4 vs better, 9-5 vs worse
  74. Grand Meadow - 43.84 (89) 1-8 vs better, 10-2 vs worse
  75. Learning for Leadership - 43.63 (151) 1-4 vs better, 8-4 vs worse
  76. MACCRAY - 43.54 (34) 3-9 vs better, 5-1 vs worse
  77. Silver Bay - 43.37 (146) 0-6 vs better, 12-1 vs worse
  78. Community of Peace Academy - 43.36 (134) 2-5 vs better, 7-4 vs worse
  79. Nova Classical Academy - 43.03 (149) 3-5 vs better, 6-5 vs worse
  80. Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton - 42.91 (135) 1-7 vs better, 11-3 vs worse
  81. Maranatha Christian - 42.85 (76) 4-10 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  82. Wrenshall - 42.58 (117) 1-9 vs better, 11-1 vs worse
  83. Park Christian - 42.54 (4) 2-11 vs better, 6-2 vs worse
  84. New York Mills - 42.54 (103) 2-9 vs better, 8-1 vs worse
  85. Pine River-Backus - 42.27 (6) 3-12 vs better, 6-0 vs worse
  86. West Central Area - 42.13 (119) 1-6 vs better, 9-2 vs worse
  87. Mankato Loyola - 41.96 (50) 2-9 vs better, 8-2 vs worse
  88. T/ML/GHEC - 41.27 (133) 1-8 vs better, 11-2 vs worse
  89. Fillmore Central - 41.06 (41) 2-12 vs better, 7-2 vs worse
  90. Hills-Beaver Creek - 40.97 (70) 1-7 vs better, 6-2 vs worse
  91. Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity - 40.81 (47) 4-11 vs better, 4-3 vs worse
  92. Fulda - 40.72 (57) 3-12 vs better, 7-0 vs worse
  93. Fond du Lac Ojibwe - 40.38 (1) 3-13 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  94. West Lutheran - 39.46 (99) 2-14 vs better, 6-0 vs worse
  95. Swanville - 38.76 (83) 2-8 vs better, 6-2 vs worse
  96. Lyle/Austin Pacelli - 37.62 (112) 0-10 vs better, 7-2 vs worse
  97. Sleepy Eye Saint Mary's - 37.25 (87) 1-8 vs better, 7-3 vs worse
  98. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa - 37.09 (23) 3-12 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  99. Calvin Christian - 37.01 (154) 2-10 vs better, 7-2 vs worse
  100. New Ulm Cathedral - 36.94 (31) 1-14 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  101. Renville County West - 36.87 (28) 2-14 vs better, 4-2 vs worse
  102. Rothsay - 36.64 (65) 1-12 vs better, 6-1 vs worse
  103. Mabel-Canton - 36.52 (86) 2-12 vs better, 4-3 vs worse
  104. Blooming Prairie - 36.43 (80) 2-13 vs better, 7-0 vs worse
  105. Northland - 35.1 (101) 0-11 vs better, 7-1 vs worse
  106. Henning - 34.91 (104) 2-12 vs better, 3-3 vs worse
  107. Floodwood - 34.38 (8) 2-15 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  108. Lac qui Parle Valley - 34.07 (20) 3-15 vs better, 1-2 vs worse
  109. Christian Life Academy - 33.98 (141) 2-13 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  110. Norman County West - 33.82 (2) 1-13 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  111. Sleepy Eye - 33.65 (75) 3-14 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  112. Bertha-Hewitt - 33.64 (18) 2-15 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  113. Houston - 33.25 (97) 1-13 vs better, 3-3 vs worse
  114. Fertile-Beltrami - 32.74 (32) 1-15 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  115. Blackduck - 32.66 (5) 1-17 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  116. South Ridge - 32.63 (106) 2-14 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  117. Clearbrook-Gonvick - 32.55 (102) 2-16 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  118. Underwood - 32.54 (17) 2-16 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  119. Hill City - 32.52 (116) 1-12 vs better, 5-2 vs worse
  120. LeRoy-Ostrander - 32.16 (145) 3-14 vs better, 4-1 vs worse
  121. Lake of the Woods - 32.14 (127) 1-12 vs better, 4-2 vs worse
  122. Edgerton - 31.62 (49) 1-13 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  123. East Central - 31.47 (110) 1-14 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  124. Ashby - 31.36 (77) 1-15 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  125. Glenville-Emmons - 31.22 (129) 2-15 vs better, 5-0 vs worse
  126. Northeast Range - 30.92 (100) 2-12 vs better, 2-2 vs worse
  127. Upsala - 29.75 (22) 1-18 vs better, 1-0 vs worse
  128. Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley - 29.04 (9) 2-10 vs better, 0-1 vs worse
  129. Climax/Fisher - 28.68 (85) 2-15 vs better, 3-1 vs worse
  130. Alden-Conger - 28.47 (144) 1-15 vs better, 1-3 vs worse
  131. Hope Lutheran - 27.88 (46) 2-16 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  132. Nashwauk-Keewatin - 27.87 (107) 2-17 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  133. Cook County - 27.2 (66) 2-17 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  134. Warren-Alvarado-Oslo - 26.21 (33) 1-15 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  135. Mahnomen - 26.12 (13) 1-16 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  136. Chesterton Academy - 25.71 (121) 0-8 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  137. Wabasso - 25.66 (16) 1-19 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  138. United South Central - 25.18 (64) 2-18 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  139. Isle - 24.51 (113) 0-16 vs better, 4-0 vs worse
  140. Onamia - 24.16 (148) 1-15 vs better, 2-1 vs worse
  141. Red Lake County - 22.7 (51) 1-19 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  142. Wheaton/Herman-Norcross - 22.46 (11) 1-14 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  143. Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg - 21.93 (115) 1-17 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  144. Laporte - 20.88 (60) 1-16 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  145. Nicollet - 20.1 (108) 1-15 vs better, 2-0 vs worse
  146. Heron Lake-Okabena - 20.06 (54) 1-18 vs better, 1-1 vs worse
  147. Ellsworth - 18.82 (52) 1-15 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  148. Madelia - 17.48 (128) 1-21 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  149. Groves Academy - 16.98 (140) 1-18 vs better, 0-1 vs worse
  150. North Lakes Academy - 16.2 (156) 1-12 vs better, 3-0 vs worse
  151. Cherry - 0 (125) 0-20 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  152. MN Academy for the Deaf - 0 (15) 0-11 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  153. Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart - 0 (68) 0-21 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  154. Ogilvie - 0 (91) 0-20 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  155. Lincoln International - 0 (120) 0-8 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  156. Littlefork-Big Falls - 0 (126) 0-18 vs better, 0-0 vs worse
  157. Metro Schools College Prep - 0 (157) 0-3 vs better, 0-0 vs worse