Minnesota boys basketball state championship. Schedule, results, where to watch.

Minnesota boys basketball state championship.  Schedule, results, where to watch.

Class 4A quarterfinals


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[1] Wayzata 77, Rogers 64

[5] Cretin-Derham Hall 57, [4] Farmington 56

Egan (17-12) vs. [2] Park Center (25-3), in progress

[3] Minnetonka (22-6) vs. Coon Rapids (16-13), 4 p.m

Class 3A quarterfinals


At Williams Arena

[1] Totino Grace 57, Stewartville 48

[5] delasalle 70, [4] Orono 64

Chisago Lakes (22-7) vs. [2] Mankato East (26-2) is a work in progress

Minneapolis South (21-5) vs. [3] Alexandria (5-24), at 4 pm

Class 2A quarterfinals


At Williams Arena

Waseca (20-10) vs. [1] Brick (28-1), 6 p.m

[5] Minhaha Academy (14-14) vs. [4] Pequot Lakes (26-4), 8 p.m

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Jackson County Central (21-7) vs. [2] Al-Albani (28-2), 6 AD

[3] Lake City (24-5) vs. Pelican Rapids (24-5) at 8 p.m

1:51 pm

Cretin-Derham Hall defeats Farmington by late 3-pointer

Cretin-Derham Hall beat Farmington 57-56 in the Class 4A Division II quarterfinals Wednesday at Target Center.

Myles Bollinger's 3-pointer with 40 seconds left provided the Raiders didn't give up the lead.

No. 5 seed Cretin-Derham Hall (25-4) advances to the semifinals Thursday at 6 p.m. at Williams Arena and will face Wayzata, the defending Class 4A champion.

Cretin Derham Hall led 31-28 at halftime. No. 4 seed Farmington (23-7) led 52-51 with 3:44 remaining in the second half.

Joseph Mitchell III, a Star Tribune All-Metro third-team selection of the Raiders, fouled out with 1:10 remaining and a game-high 23 points.

1:29 pm

The freshman pushes DeLaSalle beyond Orono

DeLaSalle's Jaeden Udean is a freshman. He doesn't play like that.

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The 6-2 guard went out and buried a 3-pointer from between the college three-point line and the big “M” at midcourt with 6 minutes, 14 seconds left on Wednesday. And he didn't celebrate. He calmly ran to a defensive position, though not very far.

Udean's 23 points carried No. 5-seeded DeLaSalle to a 70-64 victory over Orono in the Class 3A quarterfinals at Williams Arena.

Junior guard Richard Abiajeyi added 10 points for the Islanders (21-9).

Orono (19-11) was led by junior guard Nolan Groves with 18 points.

10:43 pm

Wayzata sends Rogers

After making quick work of the Class 4A boys basketball state tournament quarterfinals on Wednesday, top-seeded Wayzata ran away for a 77-64 win over Rogers at Target Center.

Jackson McAndrew, the Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year, tied Isaac Olmstead for the team lead with 17 points.

Christian Wagner-Walthall led Rogers (21-9) with 14 points.

The defending 4A state tournament champion Trojans (28-1) led 38-27 at halftime. They advance to the semi-finals on Thursday at 6pm at Williams Arena to face Cretin-Derham Hall.

10:29 am

Totino Grace makes a late lead from Stewartville

discipline. region.

Two words that could pose problems for Totino Grace.

Senior Isaiah Johnson-Arrigo used his experience to save the Eagles on Wednesday. The 6-7 forward scored seven points and had an assist, sparking a late 11-point run over seven minutes as the two-time state champion Eagles beat Stewartville 57-48 in the Class 3A quarterfinals at Williams Arena. .

“Once things settled down, I focused on winning,” said Johnson-Arrigo, who finished with 13 points, including 11 in the second half. “It was our first game. We had to get used to the pressure.”

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The top-ranked Eagles (25-5) trailed 42-39 when junior goaltender Chase Whatley scored on a corner kick with just over eight minutes left in the game. Johnson-Arrigo, a first-team All-Metro selection who signed with Miami (Fla.), took over from that point on, scoring on an offensive rebound and a fast layup, passing to Dothan Ejadembola for a layup and a free layup. Throwing before ending the run by throwing the ball again.

“Our defense turned into offense,” Eagles coach Nick Carroll said. “We wanted to make the game faster.”

Totino-Grace's defense held the Tigers (26-4) without a field goal for nearly 10 minutes, from 11:02 remaining to 1:28 left.

“We hit a slump,” said Stewartville senior guard Henry Tschetter, who scored 15 points and is the only Tigers player in double figures. “We didn't move the ball like we did the whole game.”

The Tigers, ranked third in the state, used a well-executed game plan, a disciplined offensive attack and three defenses, to open a 41-36 lead on Tschetter's layup with 11:02 remaining. They alternated between a 2-3 boxed area, a 3-2 zone and a man-to-man defence.

“We were confused,” Johnson Arrigo said. “We got used to it during the game.”

Watley added 13 points and junior forward Tyler Wagner scored 12 points for the Eagles. Wagner scored his final eight points in the first half, finishing off the game with a stunning shot after a pass from Ejadimbula.

“These guys have been through the ringer,” Carroll said. “I don't care if we score eight or 85 points, a win is a win.”

Class 1A quarterfinals


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Russell-Tyler-Rothton (23-7) vs. [1] Cherry (28-2), 11 a.m

[5] Nevis (23-7) vs. [4] Mountain Lake District-Comfrey (3-27), 1 p.m

Christian Heritage (21-7) vs. [2] West Central District (3-27), 3 p.m

Goodhue (18-13) vs. [3] Al Khasib-Beltrami (25-6), 5 p.m

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TV and tickets

the chapter. 45 semifinals and championship matches will be broadcast starting Thursday. The quarterfinal and consolation round matches are Available for a fee On SBN. Tickets for the event range from $11 to $22 and are available at mshsl.org/tickets.

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At Williams Arena

Class 4A: 6 pm And 8 pm

Class 3A: the noon And 2 pm


At Williams Arena

Class 2A: 6pm and 8pm

Row 1A: noon and 2 p.m

Championship matches


At Williams Arena

Class 1A: 11 am

Third grade A: 1 p.m

Grade 2A: 5 p.m

Grade 4A: 8 p.m

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Championship brackets

Class 4A | Class 3A | Class 2A | Class 1A

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Star Tribune coverage

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Tournament information

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