Week 8 Tuesday Night Scoreboard Club

Scores that caught the Czar's eye from 1/15/08

Conference Games
  • Simley with the 5 pt upset at home over STA in the Classic Suburban
  • Burnsville with a blowout of Rosemount, Tarell Clark with a monster night 41, 13 and 7 stls. Kennedy gets a nice win at home over Eastview to take over sole possession of 1st place in the Lake as Eden Prairie loses by 3 at Lakeville N. Burnsville at Eastview on Thursday for sole possession of 3rd place and to stay 2 back. I'm looking forward to that one.
  • In the MCAA, MCA and SW Christian both roll as they prepare for their showdown on Thursday night.
  • St. Louis Park goes to Spring Lake Park and steals one by 3 knocking Spring Lake Park 2 back in the N. Suburban. BSM got 59 of their 68 pts vs Irondale from Taylor and Battle, a disturbing trend with Stu Neville still out. Cooper and BSM are both unbeaten in the league as they prepare for their 1st showdown on Tuesday night at Cooper.
  • The leaders in the NW Suburban all win easily.
  • Woodbury goes to Forest Lake and wins by 2 in a Suburban East upset.
  • Breck beats Minnehaha by 4 to say 2 back in the Tri-Metro West. BC gets another win, this time over St. Anthony, to go to 5-0 in the league. St. Croix Lutheran wins a close one over St. Agnes to take over 3rd in the Tri-Metro East.
Non-Conference Games
  • Armstrong blows out Roosevelt
  • MN Transitions over CHOF by 5 at CHOF. Important win for the Wolves to keep them in the hunt for the #1 seed in 4A East
  • DeLaSalle gets a late Royce White hoop and 33 pts to beat Henry at Henry by 2. Jordan Hughes still getting it done for Henry with 19.
  • Shakopee over Concordia in my game 88-76, Towle's ankle didn't look like a major factor to me though they did sub him out on defense over the last 4 minutes.
  • Hudson, WI over Red Wing. Wingers fall to 10-2 with both losses to Wisconsin teams (combined 15-7 records)
  • Wayzata continues to roll with a huge win over a hot Buffalo team.
  • Farmington falls to 8-3 with their 2nd consecutive big road loss to a good team, 1st Spring Lake Park and then Rochester Mayo last night. Shakopee and Red Wing come calling next week.


  1. I've always thought that the "Wings" would be a good name for a Buffalo school...

    But anyway, CHOF/MTS was even closer than the final score, CHOF had an 8 point lead that disappearred after they lost 4 of their top 6 players to fouls and injuries, the Lions ended up playing with no experienced front court players.

  2. Nice, the best one in this category from my perspective is the Blackduck Drakes from up north. Things like Tigerton Tigers or White Lake Lakers (a couple of Wisconsin examples) are just too easy.


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