Thursday, November 06, 2008

Tournament Previews; 3 All Conference Teams

#1 posting 11.6.2008
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All three state champs have a chance for repeats this season, plus other tidbits. From the StarTribune.
The Bemidji Pioneer takes an overall generic look at the state tournament.

You can check on the results today on the MSHSL site. I won't get back until later tonight.

Rochester Mayo ended Farmington's season two years in a row. From the Farmington Independent. Mayo's contest will be broadcast on the internet. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Kaiti Wachter of Eastview is an intense libero. From the StarTribune.

Marshall is very comfortable at state. From the Marshall Independent.

Wadena-Deer Creek used a team effort to beat East Grand Forks last Saturday. From the Wadena Pioneer Journal.

Hibbing has a pair of sister combinations: the Wirtanen Sisters and Nyberg Sisters. From the Hibbing Daily News.

Could we be headed for a Bethlehem Academy vs Windom championship rematch? From the Worthington Daily Globe.
The Nass sisters are a big part of BA's success. From the Faribault Daily News.

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa is looking for their first win at state. They are 0-4 in two trips. From the West Central Tribune.

Southwest Christian of Chaska is flexing their muscles in their first trip to State. From the StarTribune.

The Southeast and Three Rivers Conference have released their All Conference teams. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.
The Tomahawak Conference has released their list. Crissi Schewe of Sleepy Eye St. Mary's was Player of the Year and Stef Dietz also of SESM, was coach of the year. From the New Ulm Journal.
If you have an all conference list---go to my profile and email me.

Detroit Lakes was 14-11 this season. From the Detroit Lakes Tribune.

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