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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 Hockey State Tournament
Boys Hockey Image Fast Facts
The schedule:
Class A
Wednesday, March 6
At Xcel Energy Center

No. 2 St. Cloud Cathedral 7, North Branch 0
No. 3 East Grand Forks 5, Minnesota River 2
No. 1 Mahtomedi 6, New Ulm 0
No. 4 Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 6, No. 5 Delano 4
Thursday, March 7
Consolation semifinals, at 3M Arena at Mariucci

North Branch 5, Minnesota River 2
Delano 2, New Ulm 1
Friday, March 8
Championship semifinals, at Xcel Energy Center

St. Cloud Cathedral 6, East Grand Forks 2
Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 3, Mahtomedi 2, OT
Saturday, March 9
At 3M Arena at Mariucci

Consolation final --- Delano 2, North Branch 1
At Xcel Energy Center
Third place --- Mahtomedi 7, East Grand Forks 3
Championship --- St. Cloud Cathedral 5, Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 2
Class AA
Thursday, March 7
At Xcel Energy Center

No. 2 Blaine 4, White Bear Lake Area 2
No. 3 Eden Prairie 3, Lakeville South 2, 3OT
No. 1 Edina 4, Moorhead 2
No. 4 St. Thomas Academy 3, No. 5 Duluth East 1
Friday, March 8
Consolation semifinals, at 3M Arena at Mariucci

Lakeville South 5, White Bear Lake Area 3
Duluth East 3, Moorhead 2
Championship semifinals, at Xcel Energy Center
Eden Prairie 4, Blaine 3
Edina 6, St. Thomas Academy 3
Saturday, March 9
At 3M Arena at Mariucci

Consolation final --- Duluth East 5, Lakeville South 0
At Xcel Energy Center
Third place --- Blaine 5, St. Thomas Academy 1
Championship --- Edina 3, Eden Prairie 2, OT
2019 Boys Basketball State Tournament
Boys Basketball Image The Minnesota State High School League’s boys basketball state tournament, held annually since 1913, is scheduled for March 20-23 at three sites in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Here is a look at the schedule:
Class A
Thursday, March 21
At Williams Arena

Spring Grove (23-4) vs. No. 1 Springfield (27-2), 11 a.m.
No. 5 Christ’s Household of Faith (23-5) vs. No. 4 Henning (28-1), 1 p.m.
Cromwell-Wright (25-3) vs. No. 2 Ada-Borup (28-1), 3 p.m.
Westbrook-Walnut Grove (23-7) vs. No. 3 North Woods (27-2), 5 p.m.
Friday, March 22
At Concordia (St. Paul)
Consolation semifinals

10, noon
At Target Center
Championship semifinals

Noon, 2 p.m.
Saturday, March 23
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Consolation final, 8 a.m.
Third place, 10 a.m.
At Target Center
Championship, 11 a.m.

Class AA
Wednesday, March 20
Quarterfinals
At Target Center

St. Peter (22-6) vs. No. 1 Minnehaha Academy (26-2), 6 p.m.
No. 5 Lake City (26-2) vs. No. 4 Melrose Area (26-4), 8 p.m.
At Williams Arena
Esko (21-9) vs. No. 2 Minneapolis North (21-9), 6 p.m.
Redwood Valley (16-11) vs. No. 3 Perham (29-1), 8 p.m.
Thursday, March 21
At Concordia (St. Paul)
Consolation semifinals

6 p.m., 8 p.m.
Friday, March 22
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Consolation final, 2 p.m.
At Target Center
Championship semifinals

6 p.m., 8 p.m.
Saturday, March 23
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Third-place, 12 p.m.
At Target Center
Championship, 1 p.m.

Class AAA
Wednesday, March 20
Quarterfinals
At Williams Arena

Bemidji (23-4) vs. No. 1 DeLaSalle (24-5), 10 a.m.
No. 5 Mahtomedi (24-5) vs. No. 4 Princeton (26-3), 12 p.m.
Holy Angels (24-4) vs. No. 2 Waseca (28-1), 2 p.m.
Monticello (14-15) vs. No. 3 Austin (23-5), 4 p.m.
Thursday, March 21
At Target Center
Championship semifinals

Noon, 2 p.m.
At Concordia (St. Paul)
Consolation semifinals

2 p.m., 4 p.m.
Friday, March 22
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Consolation final, 4 p.m.
Saturday, March 23
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Third place, 2 p.m.
At Target Center
Championship, 5 p.m.

Class AAAA
Wednesday, March 20
Quarterfinals
At Target Center

Maple Grove (23-6) vs. No. 1 Park Center (28-1), 10 a.m.
No. 5 Lakeville North (25-4) vs. No. 4 Eden Prairie (20-9), 12 p.m.
Cambridge-Isanti (17-12) vs. No. 2 Hopkins (24-4), 2 p.m.
Eastview (18-11) vs. No. 3 East Ridge (27-2), 4 p.m.
Thursday, March 21
At Concordia (St. Paul)
Consolation semifinals

10 a.m., noon
At Target Center
Championship semifinals

6 p.m., 8 p.m.
Friday, March 22
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Consolation final, 6 p.m.
Saturday, March 23
At Concordia (St. Paul)

Third place, 4 p.m.
At Target Center
Championship, 8 p.m.


2019 Girls Basketball State Tournament
Girls Basketball Image The Minnesota State High School League’s Girls Basketball State Tournament was played March 13-16 at three venues in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Quarterfinals were played at Williams Arena and Maturi Pavilion¬¬¬¬ on the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis. All championship rounds were played at Williams Arena and all consolation rounds and third-place games were played at Concordia University in St. Paul. For a complete recap, go to www.mshsl.org and select Girls Basketball on the Activities menu.

Class A
Thursday, March 14
Quarterfinals, at Maturi Pavilion

No. 1 Minneota 66, Red Lake 46
No. 4 Heritage Christian Academy, Maple Grove 67, No. 5 Ada-Borup 59
No. 2 Goodhue 50, Mountain Iron-Buhl 48
No. 3 Menahga 65, BOLD, Olivia 54
Friday, March 15
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Ada-Borup 76, Red Lake 64
Mountain Iron-Buhl 69, BOLD 68
Championship semifinals, at Williams Arena
Minneota 55, Heritage Christian Academy 50
Goodhue 47, Menahga 43
Saturday, March 16
Consolation final

Mountain Iron-Buhl 53, Ada-Borup 45
Third place
Heritage Christian Academy 60, Menahga 52
Championship
Minneota 40, Goodhue 31
Class AA
Wednesday, March 13
Quarterfinals
At Williams Arena

No. 1 Roseau 75, Redwood Valley 74
No. 4 Caledonia 56, No. 5 Proctor 44
At Maturi Pavilion
Albany 60, No. 2 Holy Family Catholic 49
No. 3 Minnehaha Academy 56, St. Peter 37
Thursday, March 14
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Proctor 41, Redwood Valley 38
Holy Family Catholic 64, St. Peter 59
Friday, March 15
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Holy Family Catholic 47, Proctor 33
Championship semifinals, at Williams Arena
Caledonia 65, Roseau 55
Minnehaha Academy 70, Albany 67
Saturday, March 16
Third place

Roseau 81, Albany 43
Championship
Minnehaha Academy 72, Caledonia 63
Class AAA
Wednesday, March 13
Quarterfinals, at Maturi Pavilion

No. 1 DeLaSalle 61, Hibbing 53
No. 4 Holy Angels 58, No. 5 Fergus Falls 57
No. 2 Robbinsdale Cooper 72, Austin 40
No. 3 Becker 68, Marshall 67
Thursday, March 14
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Hibbing 63, Fergus Falls 58
Marshall 49, Austin 44
Championship semifinals, at Williams Arena
DeLaSalle 61, Holy Angels 59
Becker 68, Robbinsdale Cooper 66
Friday, March 15
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Marshall 75, Hibbing 60
Saturday, March 16
Third place, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Holy Angels 78, Robbinsdale Cooper 69
Championship, at Williams Arena
DeLaSalle 56, Becker 40
Class AAAA
Wednesday, March 13
Quarterfinals, at Williams Arena

No. 1 Hopkins 68, Lakeville North 46
No. 4 Centennial 74, No. 4 Maple Grove 64
No. 2 Stillwater 73, Shakopee 48
No. 3 Eastview 48, Forest Lake 38
Thursday, March 14
Consolation semifinals, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Maple Grove 47, Lakeville North 26
Forest Lake 49, Shakopee 39
Championship semifinals, at Williams Arena
Hopkins 75, Centennial 47
Stillwater 65, Eastview 52
Friday, March 15
Consolation final, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Forest Lake 64, Maple Grove 56
Saturday, March 16
Third place, at Concordia (St. Paul)

Centennial 68, Eastview 53
Championship, at Williams Arena
Hopkins 74, Stillwater 45





Got It, Shot It, Made It: 'The Shot We’ll Remember Forever'
Posted by John Millea (jmillea@mshsl.org) - Updated 3/22/2019
The scene was set and everyone knew who was going to take the shot. In Friday's Class 1A boys basketball state semifinals at Target Center, North Woods trailed Ada-Borup 55-54 with 30 seconds to play. North Woods senior Cade Goggleye then missed a three-point shot, committed a foul and missed another three-pointer.

With four seconds left, the Grizzlies called a timeout. They had the ball, inbounding from behind the Ada-Borup basket and everyone knew who was going to take the shot.

Goggleye. From the right corner. Three-pointer. Pandemonium. Grizzlies win 57-55.

Two years ago, in the state quarterfinals at Williams Arena, Goggleye hit a half-court bomb at the buzzer to beat Central Minnesota Christian 54-51. This time, everyone knew who was going to take the shot.

"I thought we defended it very well. The kid made a tough shot," said Ada-Borup coach Trevor Stewart.

North Woods coach Will Kleppe said, "When it came down to it, we had the ball in the hands of the man who we wanted to have it. He put up the shot that we'll remember forever."

If not for Cade's last-second heroics, the Grizzlies wouldn't be playing in their third consecutive state championship game Saturday afternoon. Their opponent, Henning, advanced with a 67-34 win over Spring Grove. Both are going after their first state title.

Mason Miller, who led Ada-Borup with 20 points, gave credit to Goggleye (who scored 18).

“That was an amazing shot. Just an incredible shot,” he said. “We played outstanding in the second half and it just comes down to dumb luck sometimes.”

Goggleye, first saying “I have no words for it,” described things this way: “Before the play began I told myself I was going to make it if I got it. I got it, shot it, made it.”

Tournament Tidbits

--Ada-Borup junior Verdis Barber made history last spring during track season when he was the last athlete to ever compete for the Panthers of Norman County West High School. The high school, located in Halstad in northwest Minnesota, closed its doors when the 2017-18 school year ended. Most of the students in grades six through 12 now attend Ada-Borup. Barber’s historic designation came in the preliminaries of the Class 1A state track meet, where he ran a leg on the 4x100-meter relay team for the then-Ada-Borup-NCW cooperative squad. He and Ada-Borup students Brady Borgen, Vitor Vac Bitu Alves and Zach Pelzman did not advance to the finals.

--A number of head coaches in the 1A boys state tournament have sons on their teams, including: Spring Grove: Wade Grinde and son Caden; Ada-Borup: Trevor Stewart and son Tommy; and North Woods: Will Kleppe and son Davis.

--Spring Grove senior Ethan Matzke lost a tooth during Friday’s game, which led to a quick search of the court before it was located. Ethan is not a hockey player, but it was a fake tooth.

--When DeLaSalle and Waseca meet in Saturday’s Class 3A championship game, history – recent and extremely past – will be part of the story. DeLaSalle is trying to win the title for the seventh time in eight years. The last time Waseca won it all, and the only time, was in 1918.

Boys State Basketball Tournament

Friday’s Class 1A semifinals
Noon: Henning 67, Spring Grove 34
North Woods 57, Ada-Borup 55

Saturday’s championship game
11 a.m.: Henning vs. North Woods

Friday’s Class 2A semifinals
Minnehaha Academy 82, Lake City 52
Minneapolis North 62, Perham 46

Saturday’s championship game
1 p.m.: Minnehaha Academy vs. Minneapolis North

Class 3A
Saturday’s championship game
5 p.m.: DeLaSalle vs. Waseca

Class 4A
Saturday’s championship game
8 p.m.: Lakeville North vs. Hopkins

--Championship games televised by KSTC Channel 45 and webcast for free by prep45.com.

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