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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
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Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted
Montevideo
New London-Spicer
Pelican Rapids
Plainview-Elgin-Millville
Triton
Virginia

Boys' Hoops: 2A Quarterfinals

By MSHSL and MNSO
Twin Cities, Minn.

P-E-M 57, Virginia 33 - Final

From MSHSL.org: The Blue Devils of Virginia held the Bulldogs of Plainview-Elgin-Millville to a six-point halftime lead, however, it took them nearly eight minutes into the second half before they scored again. Virginia would score a mere six points in the second half. The Bulldogs advance to the semifinals with a 57-33 victory. The Bulldogs were ranked No. 2 in the final Minnesota Basketball News poll. The Blue Devils were ranked No. 7. The Bulldogs had a 40-to-14 advantage in points in the paint and converted Virginia’s 18 turnovers into 24 points. Plainview-Elgin-Millville was led by sophomore forward Cole Olstad who had a game-high 21 points. Teammate Clay Olstad, a junior guard, added 17 points and 11 rebounds, and senior guard Ross Grobe contributed 13 points. Virginia’s top scorer was sophomore forward Cavan Stackpool who had 10 points.


St. Bernard's 67, Triton 48 - Final

From MSHSL.org: The Cobras of Triton, Dodge Center, tried to keep pace with the quickness of the Bulldogs of St. Bernard’s, St. Paul, but fell short 67-48 in the final tally. Triton tied St. Bernard’s for the last time with about four-and-a-half minutes expired in the second half. Then the Bulldogs went on an unchallenged 15-point run before the Cobras scored again. Triton was limited to just 20 second-half points on 34 percent shooting. St. Bernard’s scored 36 in the second half on 52 percent shooting. St. Bernard’s had four players in double figures, led by senior guards Mike Weah and Jordair Jett who had 16 points each. Jett also pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds. Senior forward Averey Duncan added 13 and senior guard Trent David contributed 10 points for the Bulldogs. Seniors Damon Andrews and Zach Osborn led Triton with 13 points each.


Pelican Rapids 71, New London-Spicer 56 - Final

Technically, there are no seeds in the 2A tournament. But if there were, Pelican Rapids would have been No. 1. The Vikings came into their quarterfinal against New London-Spicer a perfect 30-0. Their first test of the tournament would be a stiff one. The Wildcats are defending 2A champions and have been playing their best basketball of the year at the perfect time. A quick start to the game put the Vikings on their heels, but they responded like a championship caliber team. Foul trouble and a close score, both things they are not used to, did not bother Pelican Rapids. Instead, they put away the Wildcats and breezed into the semifinals.


HLWW 47, Montevideo 45 - Final

In what was probably the most entertaining game of the six played at Williams Arena on Wednesday, the Lakers of Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted outlasted Montevideo to advance to the semifinals in class 2A. A layup from Jeff Hammer broke a 45-45 tie with only 4-seconds on the clock. The Lakers had to come from behind to oust the Thunder Hawks. HLWW shot a measley 23 percent from the field in the first half and trailed 24-15 at the break. The second half was much different, however. The Lakers made over 51 percent of their shots in the second including their only two three-pointers of the game.

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