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2019 Adapted Floor Hockey State Tournament
Adapted Floor Hockey Image The 2019 Adapted Floor Hockey State Tournament was held March 15-16 at Bloomington Jefferson High School. Championships were awarded in two divisions: CI (Cognitive Impaired) and PI (Physically Impaired). Here is a recap of the tournament:

CI Division
Friday, March 15
Quarterfinals

No. 1N St. Cloud Area 12, No. 4S Maple Grove 0
No. 2S New Prague/TCU/LSH/Belle Plaine/Jordan 18, No. 3N Anoka-Hennepin 2
No. 3S Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville 12, No. 2N White Bear Lake Area 5
No. 1S South Washington County 11, No. 4N Dakota United 9
Saturday, March 16
Consolation semifinals

Maple Grove 12, Anoka-Hennepin 1
White Bear Lake 11, Dakota United 3
Championship semifinals
St. Cloud Area 12, New Prague/TCU/LSH/Belle Plaine/Jordan 1
South Washington County 5, Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville 3
Consolation final
Maple Grove 11, White Bear Lake 7
Third place
New Prague/TCU/LSH/Belle Plaine/Jordan 9, Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville 1
Championship
St. Cloud Area 16, South Washington County 5
PI Division
Friday, March 15
Quarterfinals

No. 1N Brainerd 17, No. 4S Minneapolis Adapted 2
No. 2S Dakota United 6, No. 3N Maple Grove 0
No. 2N Robbinsdale/Hopkins/Mound Westonka 10, No. 3S St. Paul Humboldt 5
No. 1S Rochester 7, No. 4N Anoka-Hennepin 1
Saturday, March 16
Consolation semifinals

Maple Grove 8, Minneapolis Adapted 1
Anoka-Hennepin 6, St. Paul Humboldt 5, OT
Championship semifinals
Brainerd 7, Dakota United 1
Robbinsdale/Hopkins/Mound Westonka 7, Rochester 2
Consolation final
Maple Grove 10, Anoka-Hennepin 4
Third place
Dakota United 4, Rochester 2
Championship
Brainerd 13, Robbinsdale/Hopkins/Mound Westonka 1



2019 Boys Basketball State Tournament
Boys Basketball Image
Class A
Thursday, March 21
Quarterfinals, at Williams Arena

Spring Grove 78, No. 1 Springfield 67
No. 4 Henning 63, No. 5 Christ's Household of Faith 56
No. 2 Ada-Borup 49, Cromwell-Wright 39
No. 3 North Woods 56, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 39
Friday, March 22
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Springfield 95, Christ's Household of Faith 73
Westbrook-Walnut Grove 70, Cromwell-Wright 57
Championship semifinals
At Target Center, Minneapolis

Henning 67, Spring Grove 34
North Woods 57, Ada-Borup 55
Saturday, March 23
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Springfield 91, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 61
Third place, at Concordia (St. Paul)
Spring Grove 72, Ada-Borup 68 OT
Championship, at Target Center, Minneapolis
Henning 67, North Woods 42
Class AA
Wednesday, March 20
Quarterfinals
At Target Center, Minneapolis

No. 1 Minnehaha Academy 78, St. Peter 47
No. 5 Lake City 60, No. 4 Melrose Area 44
At Williams Arena, Minneapolis
No. 2 Minneapolis North 61, Esko 53
No. 3 Perham 73, Redwood Valley 58
Thursday, March 21
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Melrose Area 58, St. Peter 53
Esko 66, Redwood Valley 56
Friday, March 22
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Melrose Area 66, Esko 57
Championship semifinals, at Target Center, Minneapolis
Minnehaha Academy 82, Lake City 52
Minneapolis North 62, Perham 46
Saturday, March 23
Third place, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Lake City 51, Perham 47
Championship
Minnehaha Academy 69, Minneapolis North 52
Class AAA
Wednesday, March 20
Quarterfinals, at Williams Arena, Minneapolis

No. 1 DeLaSalle 76, Bemidji 45
No. 4 Princeton 68, No. 5 Mahtomedi 63
No. 2 Waseca 82, Holy Angels 62
No. 3 Austin 68, Monticello 52
Thursday, March 21
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Mahtomedi 87, Bemidji 49
Holy Angels 71, Monticello 65
Championship semifinals, at Target Center, Minneapolis
DeLaSalle 93, Princeton 54
Waseca 79, Austin 69
Friday, March 22
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Holy Angels 80, Mahtomedi 73
Saturday, March 23
Third place, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Austin 88, Princeton 76
Championship, at Target Center, Minneapolis
DeLaSalle 63, Waseca 56
Class AAAA
Wednesday, March 20
Quarterfinals, at Target Center, Minneapolis

No. 1 Park Center 77, Maple Grove 56
No. 5 Lakeville North 73, No. 4 Eden Prairie 48
No. 2 Hopkins 86, Cambridge-Isanti 53
No. 3 East Ridge 78, Eastview 41
Thursday, March 21
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Eden Prairie 77, Maple Grove 74
Eastview 85, Cambridge-Isanti 78
Championship semifinals, at Target Center, Minneapolis
Lakeville North 47, Park Center 45
Hopkins 71, East Ridge 47
Friday, March 22
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Eden Prairie 76, Eastview 65
Saturday, March 23
Third place, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Park Center 61, East Ridge 59
Championship, at Target Center, Minneapolis
Hopkins 55, Lakeville North 40


Henning Hornets: Life Is Bigger Than Basketball
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/23/2019
Jacob Lewis Quam, age 16, of Vining, MN, formerly of Montrose and Delano, passed away Thursday, April 13, 2017, due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

The story of Henning High School's 2019 state championship in Class 1A boys basketball begins with an obituary. Jacob's death -- but more than that his life -- inspired the Hornets, particularly the four seniors on this year's team. They played for Jacob, had his No. 33 jersey with them at all times, and wrapped up a miraculous season with a 67-42 victory over North Woods in Saturday's championship game at Target Center.

Jacob attended Henning High School, where he was active in football, basketball, trapshooting, and weight lifting. He loved the outdoors, and enjoyed deer, duck, and goose hunting, fishing, farming, snowmobiling, and riding dirt bike. His great sense of humor, sharp wit, and kind heart will be greatly missed.

Orange-clad Henning fans came out in force to cheer for their boys, often holding up three fingers in each hand to signify Jacob's number or chanting "City Boy! City Boy!" … that was his nickname because he had previously lived in the metropolis of Delano.

"It's been tremendous and small towns are that way a lot," Henning coach Randy Misegades said of the support. "We've come together even moreso through (Jacob) and kind of learned a lot about life in general and that it's bigger than basketball."

As the final horn sounded Saturday, senior Dylan Trana held up Jacob’s jersey in front of the Hornets fans as they roared. During the awards ceremony, a gold medal hanging from a blue ribbon was placed on the black plastic hanger that held Jacon’s jersey. More roars.

Jacob was an excellent student and always received academic distinction on the honor roll. He was an incredible source of pride for his family, and all who knew him considered him to be an exceptional young man.

--To see photos of the Hornets with Jacob's jersey, go to the MSHSL Facebook page.


Tournament Tidbits

--There was a wonderful pregame moment at Target Center before Saturday’s first game. Grace Pingeon, a junior from Springfield, was doing a simple sound check as she prepared to sing the national anthem in half an hour or so. She sang a few bars, people started standing, and she went on to sing the entire song. It was great. And it was followed by an encore once the TV telecast began.

--At halftime of the Class 1A championship game, Distinguished Service Awards were awarded to longtime officials Len Brown, Lauren Else, Chuck Evert, Mike Karnas, Georgianne Kornfuehrer, Tim Litfin, Ron Poeschel and Ann Suits.

--At halftime of the Class 3A game, longtime St. Cloud Times sportswriter Tom Elliott was honored as a recipient of the MSHSL Media Service Award.

Wells Fargo All-Tournament Teams

Class 1A: Isaac Fink, Decker Scheffler, Springfield; Mason Miller, Ada-Borup; Ethan Matzke, Alex Folz, Spring Grove; Cade Goggleye, Trevor Morrison, North Woods; Parker Fraki, Sam Fisher, Isaac Fisher, Henning.

Class 2A: Preston Keaveny, Melrose; Finn Diggins, Perham; Nathan Heise, Reid Gastner, Lake City; Nasir El-Amin, Davon Townley Jr., Eli Campbell, Minneapolis North; Jalen Suggs, Prince Aligbe, Chet Holmgren, Minnehaha Academy.

Class 3A: J’Vonne Hadley, Mahtomedi; Max Gerstner, Holy Angels; Adam Williams, Princeton; Medi Obang, Austin; Kyreese Willingham, Andrew Morgan, Malik Willingham, Waseca; Tyrell Terry, Jamison Battle, Kameron Givens, DeLaSalle.

Class 4A: Drake Dobbs, Eden Prairie; Courtney Brown, East Ridge; Tommy Chatman, Dain Dainja, Park Center; Tommy Jenssen, Tyler Wahl, Jack Rusch, Lakeville North; Dane Zimmer, Kerwin Walton, Zeke Nnaji, Hopkins.

Tournament Scores

Class 1A
Fifth-place game: Springfield 91, Westbrook-Walnut Grove 61
Third-place game: Spring Grove 72, Ada-Borup 68 (OT)
Championship game: Henning 67, North Woods 42

Class 2A
Fifth-place game: Melrose 66, Esko 57
Third-place game: Lake City 51, Perham 47
Championship game: Minnehaha Academy 69, Minneapolis North 52

Class 3A
Fifth-place game: Holy Angels 80, Mahtomedi 73
Third-place game: Austin 88, Princeton 76
Championship game: DeLaSalle 63, Waseca 56

Class 4A
Fifth-place game: Eden Prairie 76, Eastview 65
Third-place game: Park Center vs. East Ridge
Championship game: Hopkins 55, Lakeville North 40

--Follow John on Twitter @MSHSLjohn, listen to "Preps Today with John Millea" wherever you get podcasts and hear him on Minnesota Public Radio.



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