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Champlin Park’s Dubois Joins The Hoffarber Miracle Club
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/22/2017 5:36:37 PM

Sometimes all it takes to win a basketball game is the right guy taking the right shot at the right time. And maybe get just a little bit lucky. Sam Dubois, welcome to the club.

The 5-foot-10 Champlin Park senior will long be remembered in state tournament lore for his game-winning heave in Wednesday’s opening game of the Class 4A tourney at Target Center.

“I wasn't really thinking,” he said. “I had to throw it up, and it went in. I was surprised.”

Wait. Those were not the words of Dubois. They were spoken late on the evening of March 19, 2005, when a Hopkins sophomore named Blake Hoffarber made a miracle shot from the seat of his pants to tie the 4A championship game with Eastview after one overtime. The Royals went on to win the title.

I was sitting in very nearly the same spot at Target Center for both of those shots, a dozen years apart. Both came on the same end of the court. Both were miraculous.

Sam’s shot Wednesday was just as big as Hoffarber’s in 2005. If he misses, the top-seeded Rebels go to overtime with unseeded Chaska and the rock-solid Hawks’ dream of pulling the mammoth upset has fresh oxygen. Sam’s shot was a slapdash thing, coming after the planned play for Rebels star McKinley Wright came up short.

Champlin Park killed most of the final 90 seconds of the game thusly: dribble, pass, repeat. The mission was clear: wait for the final seconds and let Wright (who finished with 30 points … duh) win the game. His final attempt missed, however, and the ball was tipped out beyond the three-point line.

That’s where Sam grabbed it and heaved it.

His teammates rushed him as he ran down the court, ending in a falling flash mob in front of the Chaska bench. It was wild.

“I’m speechless,” Sam said. “The ball just came to me and I didn’t know how much time was on the clock. I tried to get it off as fast as I could and it went in. I thought it was short. I honestly thought, ‘I missed it and we’re going to overtime.’ But it rolled in. I can’t tell you what happened after that because it was all a blur.”

Give the Hawks a high five for taking the unbeaten, top-ranked, top-seeded Rebels – the prohibitive favorite to win this tournament – to the ends of the earth. Champlin Park hardly ever held the lead. The Rebels were up once in the first half at 18-17 and trailed until Theo John scored with 4:25 to play, giving Champlin Park a 49-48 edge.

A free throw by Wright made it 50-48 before Chaska’s Ryan Rodriguez made a layup for a 50-50 score with 3:08 on the clock. Chaska didn’t get a shot off after that, while the Rebels missed three times. After the final miss, Dubois did his thing.

“I told a couple of their kids that I was proud of how they played,” Rebels coach Mark Tuchscherer said. “They played with a chip on their shoulder. We had to take a lot of good blows from them and we survived, we got it done.”

Making up for lost time
Lakeville North, last year’s Class 4A state runner-up, is making its sixth consecutive appearance at state. The Panthers’ opponent Wednesday was Wayzata, which was at state for the fourth time.

The story with the Trojans, however, did not consist of recent history. That’s because Wayzata’s previous appearances came in 1925, 1926 and most recently … 1959.

Final score: Wayzata 69, Lakeville North 66. The Trojans will meet Champlin Park in Thursday evening’s semifinals.

Play of the day

The Lake Park-Audubon boys basketball team will meet Goodhue in the Class 1A quarterfinals Thursday afternoon at Williams Arena. Before the Raiders left town Wednesday, they made a stop at Sunnyside Care Center in Lake Park. One of the players, 6-foot-10 senior Jesse Bergh, had a nice chat with his grandma.

Wednesday’s games

Class 4A quarterfinals

Champlin Park 53, Chaska 50
Wayzata 69, Lakeville North 66
Maple Grove 73, Andover 50
Apple Valley 76, Cretin-Derham Hall 67

Class 3A quarterfinals
DeLaSalle 55, Big Lake 47
Columbia Heights 77, Fergus Falls 74
Austin 55, St. Thomas Academy 49
Marshall 83, Grand Rapids 63

Class 2A quarterfinals
Minnehaha Academy 77, Lake City 63
Annandale 66, Jackson County Central 61
St. Cloud Cathedral 70, New Richland Hartland-Ellendale Geneva 59 (OT)
Crosby-Ironton 67, Breckenridge 46

Thursday’s games
Class 1A quarterfinals at Williams Arena

11 a.m/ Minneapolis North vs. Red Lake
1 p.m./ Nevis vs. Springfield
3 p.m./ Goodhue vs. Lake Park-Audubon
5 p.m./ Central Minnesota Christian vs. Northwoods

Class 3A semifinals at Target Center
Noon/ DeLaSalle vs. Columbia Heights
2 p.m./ Austin vs. Marshall

Class 4A semifinals at Target Center
6 p.m./ Champlin Park vs. Wayzata
8 p.m./ Maple Grove vs. Apple Valley

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*Miles John has driven in the Toyota Camry in 2016-17: 9,257
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Final Boys Basketball Rankings
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/20/2017 1:59:58 PM

Here are the final rankings of the boys basketball season (including regular-season records). Teams in ALL CAPS will play in this week's state tournament.

5. WAYZATA 23-3
6. Hopkins 21-5
7. East Ridge 21-5
8. Tartan 23-3
9. Robbinsdale Armstrong 18-8
10. Woodbury 19-7
11. Osseo 19-7
12. Park Center 20-6
13, New Prague 22-4
15. Eden Prairie 14-12
16. Edina 17-9
17. CHASKA 21-5
18. Bloomington Jefferson 21-4
19. Rogers 22-4
20. Rochester John Marshall 23-3

2. AUSTIN 24-2
3. Mahtomedi 22-3
4. Orono 21-5
5. Minneapolis Henry 19-6
6. MARSHALL 23-3
7. Waconia 15-11
10. Totino-Grace 14-12
11. Delano 19-7
13. Waseca 23-3
14. St. Paul Highland Park 22-4
15. Rocori 15-10
17. Alexandria 18-8
18. Zimmerman 18-8
19. Bemidji 18-7
20. BIG LAKE 17-9

2. Caledonia 22-4
3. Melrose 26-0
6. Esko 23-3
7. Perham 24-2
8. Waterville-Elysian-Morristown 23-3
10. Watertown-Mayer 22-4
11. Holdingford 22-4
12. Eden Valley-Watkins 19-5
13. ANNANDALE 22-4
14. Jordan 22-3
17. Brooklyn Center 18-7
18. LAKE CITY 20-6
19. Pine Island 22-4
20. Minneapolis Roosevelt 17-8

2. NEVIS 24-1
4. GOODHUE 25-3
6. RED LAKE 22-4
7. Spring Grove 23-3
8. Ada-Borup 22-3
9. Red Rock Central 22-2
10. Heritage Christian 21-5
11. Norman County East/Ulen-Hitterdahl 22-3
12. NORTH WOODS 25-1
13. Browerville-Eagle Valley 22-4
14. Cedar Mountain-Comfrey 24-2
15. Prairie Seeds Academy 21-4
16. Win-E-Mac 21-5
17. Wesbrook-Walnut Grove 21-4
19. Battle Lake 18-5
20. Stephen-Argyle 21-3

What A Difference From December To March
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/18/2017 10:15:50 PM

One hundred and five days apart, a 66-point swing. That was one of the subplots to Saturday’s Class 1A girls basketball state championship game at Williams Arena. Goodhue defeated Mountain Iron-Buhl 73-52 as the Wildcats claimed their second consecutive title, but let’s go back to very early in the season.

In the Breakdown Tipoff Classic at Hopkins High School on December 3, Mountain Iron-Buhl absolutely creamed Goodhue. The Rangers’ 78-34 victory gave them the No. 1 ranking for the rest of the season and the No. 1 seed at state, with Goodhue No. 2.

After both teams advanced with semifinal wins Friday, Goodhue coach Josh Wieme said, “I don’t think they’ll beat us by 44 again.”

That wasn’t the boldest of predictions, but the turnaround from their first meeting was quite momentous.

“We played more aggressively than they did in December, and they took it to us today,” said Rangers coach Jeff Buffetta “We couldn’t get that extra push that we needed. Goodhue had it and we didn’t.”

Goodhue’s three wins at state were by 13, 22 and 22 points. The Wildcats brought back lots of experience from the 2016 championship team and they showed what they can do when the pressure was the highest.

“I think it’s the best we’ve played, certainly for three consecutive games,” said Wieme. “They certainly rise to it. They can sense the moment, they’re not afraid of it.”

As for the game in December, Wieme said, “We certainly questioned ourselves a lot. It was also what happened, you couldn’t deny it, we didn’t make excuses. They just severely outplayed us that day. We say this a lot, but we just try to focus on the day to day, getting a little bit better.”

--Saturday’s game marked the end of stellar high school careers for Mountain Iron-Buhl seniors Mya Buffetta and Chelsea Mason. They both were on the varsity squad for six years, went to state every year, finished as state runner-up twice and played in 190 games.

2A: Roseau wins first basketball title

After falling in the state semifinals the last two years, Roseau captured its first girls basketball state title with a 75-64 victory over Sauk Centre. The Borowicz sisters combined for 48 points for the Rams, with senior Kiley getting 20, sophomore Kacie scoring 19 and eighth-grader Katie scoring nine.

“They have an awful lot of weapons and you kind of pick your poison,” said Sauk Centre coach Scott Bergman.

Roseau’s last state title came in boys hockey in 2007.

Orono tops Winona for 3A championship

The top-seeded Spartans won their first state title using only five players in the championship game. Tori Andrew scored 22 points and Mattea Rice had 19 for Orono. Winona, which lost in the championship game for the second year in a row, was led by Abby Winter with 14 points, Eden Nibbelink with 12 and Maria Appicelli with 11.

Elk River knocks off Hopkins in 4A

Elk River joins Roseau and Orono in winning the first girls basketball state championship in school history. The Elks finished the season with a 32-0 record, becoming only the fourth team to win 32 games. Hopkins, which finished 31-1, won state championships in 2004, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015. The Royals also were state runners-up one year ago, falling to Minnetonka.

Wells-Fargo All-Tournament Teams

Class 1A/ Brooklyn DeKam, Southwest Minnesota Christian; Chelsea Swatek, Bailey Gronner, Cromwell-Wright; Sami Payne, Maranatha Christian; Chelsea Mason, Mya Buffeta, Mountain Iron-Buhl; Sydney Lodermeier, Maddy Miller, Mckenzie Ryan, Emily Benrud, Goodhue.

Class 2A/ Marnie Wagner, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva; Shea Oman, New London-Spicer; Claire Killian, Kirstin Klitzke, Watertown-Mayer; Tori Peschel, Maesyn Thiesen, Jill Klaphake, Sauk Centre; Kiley Borowicz, Kacie Borowicz, Victoria Johnson, Roseau.

Class 3A/ Kendall Kohler, Alexandria; Ayanna Gardner, DeLaSalle; Destinee Oberg, Holy Angels; Heaven Hamling, Grand Rapids; Danneka Voegeli, Eden Nibbelink, Winona; Tori Andrew, Natalie Smaron, Mattea Rice, Madeline Loder, Orono.

Class 4A/ Mikayla Hayes, Park Center; Temi Carda, Lakeville North; Megan Walstad, Rachel Ranke, Eastview; Gabi Haack, Kelsie Cox, Sidney Wentland, Elk River; Paige Bueckers, Raena Suggs, Angie Hammond, Hopkins.

Boys state basketball pairings

The boys tournament takes center stage beginning Wednesday and ending with the state championship games Saturday at Target Center. Pairings are set in three classes, with the 2A field awaiting one section final Saturday night; the 2A pairings will be announced Sunday.

Class 4A
Wednesday at Target Center

10 am/ #1 Champlin Park (29-0) vs. Chaska (24-5)
Noon/ #4 Lakeville North (27-2) vs. #5 Wayzata (26-3)
2 pm/ #2 Maple Grove (27-2) vs. Andover (11-18)
4 pm/ #3 Apple Valley (27-2) vs. Cretin-Derham Hall (21-8)

Class 3A
Wednesday at Williams Arena

10 am #1 DeLaSalle (24-3) vs. Big Lake (20-9)
Noon #4 Fergus Falls (25-4) vs. #5 Columbia Heights (21-8)
2 pm #2 Austin (27-2) vs. St. Thomas Academy (23-6)
4 pm#3 Marshall (26-3) vs. Grand Rapids (24-5)

Class 1A
Thursday at Williams Arena

11 am/ #1 Minneapolis North (29-2) vs. Red Lake (25-4)
1 pm/ #4 Nevis (28-1) vs. #5 Springfield (28-2)
3 pm/ #2 Goodhue (28-3) vs. Lake Park-Audubon (22-6)
5 pm/ #3 Central Minnesota Christian (26-3) vs. Northwoods (29-1)

*Schools/teams John has seen/visited: 535
*Miles John has driven in the Toyota Camry in 2016-17: 9,207
*Follow John on Twitter: @MSHSLjohn

Memories And Friendships That Will Last A Lifetime
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/17/2017 9:55:53 PM

With one day remaining in the girls basketball season and one week left in the winter sports season, this seems like an opportune time to share something that was emailed to me recently. It came from Kent Hamre, the girls basketball coach at St. Michael-Albertville. He passed along a pregame speech that was given to the team by a player whose season had ended due to injuries.

The message is important. It deals with knowing how precious each moment is and realizing how lucky we are to have the opportunities we enjoy. And it’s a good message for any team in any sport.

Here’s the note from the coach …

“I just wanted to share a quick story about one of the best kids that has ever played for me. Lizzy Heil is a three-sport athlete who competes in cross-country, basketball and track. She has been on varsity in all three since eighth grade, and up until last spring went to the state tournament in all three of them every year. Last spring Lizzy came down with a couple of stress fractures and it kept her from going to state. Well, she started playing hoops again at Christmas time only to make it a through a couple weeks before getting a stress fracture. She has been to many doctors to find out what’s going on and still doesn't have a firm answer. Lizzy is going to run track at NDSU. Once we knew for sure that Lizzy wasn't coming back to basketball this year, I asked her to give a pregame speech to the team. I have attached it below, thought someone like you might enjoy it.”

To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice that gift. This says it all. If you aren't giving your absolute best in what you are doing, then why do it? You are simply wasting what is given to you. Each and every one of us is blessed with incredible basketball talent and many gifts that are meant to be used to our fullest potential. All of us have an incredible team and coaching staff that is a gift that we share. If we as individuals aren't doing our best then you are not only sacrificing the talent given to you, but also the gift of this team. This team and the coaches should be your motivation to give your very best each practice, game and extra work outside when no one is watching. The teammates you are sitting next to right now should be the reason to tie up your shoes tonight and leave it all out on the court, I know it was for me.

Don’t take for granted the opportunities given to you right now. We all have the opportunity to play something we love with the people we love. There is no reason to leave anything out there. Things can get taken away from you easier than they seem. You might think that if this year doesn't go your way then next year will. But believe me, it doesn't always work that way. I speak from the heart right now so please, be thankful for each time you get the opportunity to put that practice jersey on and especially that jersey you’ve got on right now.

There is no better way to spend your winter nights then what we are doing right now. Nothing will ever match up to playing basketball with your best friends by your side. Know and understand that we are and have always been a special team. We have memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. We have the best coaching staff that will always prepare us for each game. We have fought through adversity in multiple ways already this year, and there is no way we are going to let up now. Through tough times and adversity, this team's true colors are being shown. We as a team could have made excuses and given up a while ago when we got drilled by Hopkins, but that has never been who we are, or who we will become. Instead we will be united and come together stronger than ever before.

When the day comes that you have to hang the jersey up one last time, there will be three main thoughts that will never escape your mind. The first is how hard you worked. You will look back and only wish you gave a little more. Don't make that mistake; instead never take a play off. Not even once. The second is how you treated your teammates and coaches. Give your teammates an extra high five after a good play, and never forget to look at the coaches when then they are talking to you. Finally, don't miss out on your opportunity to leave a mark for the program both on and off the court. Even though I will no longer be on the court with you all, I will still be cheering and giving every last ounce of juice I have left for this team. One last thing... “the habit of excellence can become enjoyably addictive”... So from here on out, give your very best, and become addicted to excellence as a team. It will be enjoyable.

Rare matchup of unbeaten teams for Class 4A title

The final two teams standing in the Class 4A girls state basketball tournament, Hopkins and Elk River, have a combined record of 62-0. Both teams are 31-0, meaning Saturday night’s championship game will be the first one (in any class) between unbeaten teams since 1993. That year, Rochester Lourdes completed a 30-0 season by beating New London-Spicer (29-1) for the Class A title in a two-class tournament.

--Saturday’s Class 3A championship game will be between Orono (26-4) and Winona (26-4). Winona, which lost to Holy Angels in the title game a year ago, defeated the Stars in Thursday’s semifinals.

--In Class 2A, Roseau (31-0) advanced past the semifinals for the first time in three years and will face Sauk Centre (31-1) in Saturday’s title game.

--The Class 1A title game will feature defending state champion Goodhue (27-4) against Mountain-Iron Buhl (31-1). They met on Dec. 3, with Mountain Iron-Buhl winning 78-34.

Saturday’s championship game schedule

--Noon/ Goodhue vs. Mountain Iron-Buhl in Class 1A

--2 p.m./ Roseau vs. Sauk Centre in Class 2A

--6 p.m./ Orono vs. Winona in Class 3A

--8 p.m./ Hopkins vs. Elk River in Class 4A

What a run for Grand Rapids

These are heady times for teams from Grand Rapids High School. Let’s count off the reasons …

--The Thunderhawks boys hockey team won the Class 2A state title last week.

--The girls basketball team played at state this week and finished sixth in Class 3A.

--The Thunderhawks boys basketball team has qualified for the 3A state tournament next week.

Fans of the day

As I Tweeted after Roseau defeated New London-Spicer 79-57: “New London-Spicer fans were fantastic during this game. Not one gripe about the officials or anything else. Simply cheered for their team.”

Quote of the day

Maranatha Christian senior Sami Payne, who averages 12 points a game, scored a career-high 31 Saturday in a 79-65 loss to Mountain Iron-Buhl. She said afterwards: “I knew if I didn’t compete now, if I didn’t do what these five years did for me, it wasn’t respecting my teammates, it wasn’t respecting my coaches, it wasn’t respecting this program.”

*Schools/teams John has seen/visited: 535
*Miles John has driven in the Toyota Camry in 2016-17: 9,157
*Follow John on Twitter: @MSHSLjohn

Hyphens, Slashes And A Coach Who Has Seen It All
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/16/2017 7:33:43 PM

When Rick Uttech brings his girls basketball team together for a practice, it’s more complicated than it sounds. Uttech coaches the Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman/Martin Luther Jaguars, and all those hyphens and slashes do a pretty good job of spelling out the difficulties.

The team is made up of players from three schools that are spread far and wide in southern Minnesota. Granada and Huntley are northeast of Fairmont, East Chain is southeast of Fairmont (near the Iowa border), Truman is north of Fairmont and Martin Luther is in Northrop, which is between Truman and Fairmont.

That means the Jaguars used three different gyms for home games this season. And organizing practice? Oh golly…

“It’s difficult. It’s some long distances,” Uttech (pictured) said after his team fell to Goodhue 68-55 Thursday in the Class 1A state quarterfinals at Mariucci Arena.

“It’s tough for the kids. When we practice in Granada it’s a long ways for the kids who live north of Truman. When we practice in Truman it’s a long ways for the kids who live south of East Chain.”

When I asked Rick what kind of miles he was talking about, he used two players’ families as far-reaching examples: “From the Johansons to the Geistfelds it’s about 50 miles.”

Uttech has been coaching there since 1978. He took a team to state for the first time in 1980, which was 37 years ago. That team was from East Chain, which also went to state in 1982 and finished as the Class 1A runner-up.

Granada-Huntley merged with East Chain in 1987, Truman became part of the cooperative team four years ago and Martin Luther joined this season. The nickname has changed from the East Chain Chainers to the GHEC Mustangs and now the Jaguars.

GHEC was the state runner-up in 2006. This year’s tournament is Uttech’s fifth time at state, and it never gets old.

“We have great kids. And I love the game,” he said. “It’s really hard to explain. Our girls are just absolutely thrilled. They know they’ve accomplished something that few schools get to do. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed it.”

Uttech, who was inducted into the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2001, has 551 career victories. That puts him among the top 10 among active coaches and the top 15 among all-time coaches in Minnesota.

Thursday’s task was a tall one for the Jaguars. Goodhue is the defending state champ and is the No. 2 seed in the Class 1A field. But there were no regrets coming from Uttech.

“We thought we prepared as well as we could and I wouldn’t change anything that we did,” he said. “We just didn’t execute like we can.”

Day of records and milestones

Chelsea Mason, a senior guard for Mountain Iron-Buhl, had a game to remember Thursday when the top-seeded Rangers defeated Southwest Minnesota Christian 65-49 in the Class 1A quarterfinals.

Chelsea (pictured), who leads her team with a 22-point scoring average, had 29 points in the game and reached the 3,000-point career mark during the second half. She also had six steals, giving her the career state record in that category with 914. She came into the tournament with 908 steals, which tied the record set by Rebekah Dahlman of Braham, who graduated in 2013.

Mason and classmate Mya Buffetta are playing at state for the sixth time and are seeking their first state championship.

As a senior, “It’s a lot different,” said Chelsea, who is among 10 finalists for the 2017 Ms. Basketball award. “I know I have to step up and try to get people going.”

Mountain Iron-Buhl coach Jeff Buffetta (Mya’s uncle) also reached a milestone Thursday with his 400th career victory.

“These individual milestones are awesome but they happen because we have a very good team,” he said. “We have several girls who have accomplished milestones this year, and if we didn’t have a good team those things would be hard to come by. And I know Chelsea understands that as well as anybody. We’re proud of her accomplishments, but more than that we’re proud of playing tomorrow. That’s the biggest part.”

The Rangers have a record of 30-1, with their only loss coming at Roseau, which is unbeaten and the top-seeded team in Class 2A. Mountain Iron-Buhl will meet Maranatha Christian in Friday’s semifinals at Williams Arena.

The band and the bandleader

The band from Ada-Borup has become a mainstay at state tournaments, playing music that includes the use of electric guitars and keyboards. The man behind the band is director Richard Tuttle, and the girls state basketball tournament marks his 25th time bringing a band to state.

It began with the state volleyball tournament in 1994. Tuttle has brought bands to nine volleyball state tournaments, five football state tournaments, one boys basketball state tournament and this is his 10th time at the girls state basketball tournament.

Thursday’s scores

Class 1A quarterfinals

Mountain Iron-Buhl 65, Southwest Minnesota Christian 49
Maranatha Christian 67, Ada-Borup 65 (overtime)
Goodhue 68, Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman/Martin Luther 55
Cromwell-Wright 71, Red Lake 41

Class 3A semifinals

Orono 50, Alexandria 34
Winona 58, Holy Angels 43

Class 4A semifinals

Hopkins 64, Eastview 59
Elk River 57, Lakeville North 56

*Schools/teams John has seen/visited: 535
*Miles John has driven in the Toyota Camry in 2016-17: 9,107
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