08-09 Week 11 Tuesday Night Scoreboard Club

Here's what caught my eye from the Monday and Tuesday games of week 11 of the 08-09 season. These are games from 2/9 and 2/10/09.
  • What is up with Lester Prairie? They lose to Watertown-Mayer on Monday and then give up 33 to Grant Spark of Spectrum on the road. Back to back losses for the Bulldogs after a 15-2 start.
  • Jameson Parsons getting back into form for Eagan after coming back from a stress fracture last week. 18 points at Apple Valley in a 5 point loss on Monday. Charlie Baker still out for Eagan.
  • AJ Barker explodes for 26 as DLS gets revenge on SPA to take 2nd in the Tri-Metro west.
  • Eden Prairie spanks Eastview at home and nobody in double figures for the Lightning. Eastview falls to 8th in the Lake.
  • Edina blows out Minnetonka who played without Cole Stefan. For a team already lacking in depth, that's just too much to handle.
  • Maple Grove goes on the road and defeats Champlin Park to jump into a 3rd place tie in the NW Suburban with the Rebels.
  • Henry barely beats Roosevelt, Washburn barely beats North in the Minneapolis City. Jordan Hughes (Henry) and Kevin Thompson (North) continue to be out. Washburn with a full roster so I'm surprised that wasn't a blowout. Washburn for all intensive purposes locked up the league with that win as they're 2 up with a home game vs Henry as the only notable game left.
  • MN Transitions finally gets tested with a quality 8 point win at Holy Family.
  • Mounds View gives up 36 to Mike Muscala of Roseville, but only 3 other players score for Roseville. Mounds View with the home win after being 2 down at the half. Another tough loss for Roseville.
  • Richfield loses at home to North (St. Paul). Ouch. 3 teams now in a 3 way tie for 2nd in the Classic Suburban after Tartan pounded St. Thomas Academy by holding them to 38 points. Richfield at Tartan Thursday to remove one of those teams from the tie.
  • Osseo up 14 at half, holds off Blaine for a 4 point win. Sam Dower with 25. Are the Bengals starting to put it together in the 2nd half? They have trips to Champlin Park and Maple Grove and a home date with Centennial remaining to prove it.
  • CHOF loses at Trinity in OT without Nate Fiscus. Freshman Tyler Strandlund with 17 for the Lions. He's one of the better freshmen I've seen all season. Trinity now 6-6 after an 0-8 start. 2 of those losses were by a total of 5 points to Maranatha and New Life. They host Lester Prairie on Friday and Humboldt next Monday before the MCAA tournament begins.

1 comment:

  1. Schoenrock fouled out when we had an 8 point lead, so the lads had to try to hold a lead without any senior leaders. If there is such a thing as a good loss, this was it. Strandlund had 10 boards and 6 blocks to go with his 17 points

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