Posted On: 01/20/20 10:45 PM

Four Winds/Minnewaukan

The Indians didn’t play at all last week, so they’ll stay in the top spot. Things will be undoubtedly tough as they get into region play, but Four Winds/Minnewaukan is arguably the most complete and talented team in the state. 


The Panthers picked up another blowout win over North Star/Starkweather, getting another complete performance. Jaden Hamilton and Trace Goven continue to be one of the best duos in the state, combining to score 42 points while guys like Isiah Bundy-Smith, Cole Slaubaugh and Devan Michels provide excellent complementary play. 

Hillsboro/Central Valley

The Burros’ highly-anticipated matchup with Four Winds/Minnewaukan was postponed last week, which means they didn’t get an opportunity to climb the rankings, but also didn’t take a loss. H/CV stays in the top-three after a blowout win over Larimore and will face solid teams like Cavalier and Northern Cass over the course of the next week. 


The Eagles won two more games to move to 8-0 on the year. The Eagles haven’t played a real tough schedule aside from a season-opening win over Hatton/Northwood. But there’s no denying that this team is legit and with a frontline

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