Posted On: 11/27/19 12:55 PM

The Three Rivers Conference is a dozen team small school league with a lot of talent.  Nearly half the league had 18 or more wins a year ago. 

 

Conference Commentary

State Title Contender: Caledonia, Rushford-Peterson

Caledonia enters the season number three in Class AA with the momentum of smacking Minneapolis North in the Breakdown Summer State Tournament and then outlasting Waseca for the championship. The Warriors had a couple bad losses last year but they've grown.  And it's not just Eli and Noah growing, some really good players are developing around them too.  Rushford-Peterson is a top ten team in Class A to start the season as they look like one of Class A's deeper squads.  Luke O'Hare and Kobe Lind are really good players with a lot around them, plus the Trojans are always coached so well.

Top Ten Potential: La Crescent-Hokah, Dover-Eyota, St Charles

Each of these three teams is top 25 worthy in Class AA basketball and if depth has been developed around the top players these teams could push to the top ten with a big win and consistent victories over the teams they should beat.  Each of these teams is in very similar spots. 

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