MINNEAPOLIS — Lyle/Pacelli has performed like a bunch of ax-wielding lumberjacks in this girls basketball state tournament.The Athletics keep chip, chip, chipping away until finally — finally — their subject is felled.It's happened in both the quarterfinals and semifinals, the latter a 53-41 win over No. 4 seed Minneota on Friday afternoon at Target Center.All of that chipping has landed the state's No.
MINNEAPOLIS — Hanging around for one half with No. 1-ranked Lyle/Pacelli proved to be doable for Heritage Christian Academy.But doing it for two halves? Not so much.L/P, loaded with talent and athleticism at all positions, and with the luxury of a 6-foot-5 star in Kristi Fett, wore its way to a punishing 59-43 win over Heritage Christian Academy in Thursday's Class A girls basketball state quarterfinals at Williams Arena.Next up for top seed L/P (30-1) is a semifinal game with No.
MINNEAPOLIS -- There wasn't a tear to be seen.Surprising from a team that owned a seven-point lead in the quarterfinals of the state girls basketball tournament, only to fall 67-61?Well, no, not with these Bears. Byron was making its first-ever appearance in a state girls basketball tournament on Wednesday, as it took on No. 1-ranked and unbeaten Sauk Centre at Target Center. The Bears are bent on savoring every minute, win or lose.There is another game today for 19-11 Byron.
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Selecting a term
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