Week 7 Tuesday Night Scoreboard club

Here's what caught my eye from the 1/8/08 scoreboard. Lots of good matchups around the metro. Biggest thing I noticed was the Red Wing girls shooting a national record 74 FTs last night at home vs Holy Angels, but only made 36, yikes. Any guesses as to what coach Ulveling will have them working on in practice today? See the article here. Talk about the new rules emphasis, geez. Danny Woods can't be happy with all those fouls (either with his team or the officials, which one doesn't matter)

In other action

Conference Matchups
  • All form held in the Classic Suburban.
  • Kennedy and Rosemount get close wins to keep pace in the Lake. Jefferson's loss at Rosemount drops them to 1-3 in league play. Lakeville N has their chance to make a stand or fall out of the race as they host Eastview and Eden Prairie in their next 2 games.
  • Roosevelt with 80 to beat Minneapolis South, North and Henry roll in the Minneapolis City.
  • Heritage takes another one on the chin in the MCAA. Now the MCA game at SW Christian next Thursday is big.
  • Cooper gets a 3 pt win over St. Louis Park to put 3 teams 1 game behind BSM in the North Suburban.
  • Buffalo pulls the upset over Cambridge-Isanti in the Mississippi 8.
  • Osseo continues to roll in the NW Suburban.
  • Stillwater with a good 4 pt win at home vs CDH. CDH will have the opportunity to make up ground as the 1st rotation of conference play has CDH going to Stillwater and MV with the 2nd game at CDH (Feb 8 and 22 respectively). Those games should be very entertaining.
  • Minnehaha and St. Bernard's get great wins in the big Tri-Metro games and BC hammers Blake to go to 3-0 in the Tri-Metro.
Non-Conference
  • Hopkins destroys Johnson.
  • Minnetonka destroys Burnsville, but I thought they'd come out unhappy enough to put up 100 especially since they were playing a Burnsville team that also wants to run.
  • Mounds View with a 26 pt win over Armstrong. I expected a close game there.
  • Red Wing gets their 1st loss with a 3 pt loss to River Falls, WI
  • Shakopee rolls to another win. I'm looking forward to seeing them next week at Concordia.

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