The Minnesota Basketball News latest high school boys basketball rankings have the same four teams atop each class.
Class 1A Sleepy Eye St-Mary’s occupies the top spot with Rushford-Peterson, Hayfield, Spring Grove in the #4, #5 and #12 spots. Kenyon-Wanamingo is still #20.
Class 2A Minneapolis North sits on top with Caledonia #2, Lake City #7, Maple River #9, LaCrescent #11, Lewiston-Altura #13, Plainview-Elgin-Millville #14.
Class 3A Totino-Grace is still #1. Mankato West #9, Austin #12, Mankato East #13, Winona #14 and Jordan is listed at #18 and #20.
Class 4A undefeated Park Center sits atop the biggest schools with Shakopee #2, Lakeville North #4, Eastview #7, Owatonna #12.
The complete listings are below starting with the biggest schools.
1. Park Center
4. Lakeville North
5. East Ridge
2. Columbia Heights
4. South St. Paul
7. North Branch
9. Mankato West
15.St. Thomas Academy
20.Jordan (that’s what MBBN paper has listed)
1. Minneapolis North
3. Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta
4. Minnehaha Academy
6. Minneapolis Edison
7. Lake City
8. Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial
9. Maple River
18.Thief River Falls
1. Sleepy Eye-St. Mary’s
2. Cass Lake-Bena
3. Martin County West
6. New York Mills
16.Central MN Christian
The K-W Knights played a tight game against Hayfield in the Vikings Fjord earlier this week. I recall saying during the broadcast K-W probably deserved a higher ranking after their 4 point loss to the defending state champions but no movement for them from MBBN.
These are incredible.
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