Posted On: 02/24/20 7:00 PM

Four Winds/Minnewaukan

The Indians overcame a brutal offensive showing in a win over Shiloh Christian over the weekend to finish the regular season 18-1. Doug Yankton and Bronson Walter were excellent in the win over the Skyhawks. Four Winds has the balance on both ends of the floor to win when the offense is off, but also plenty of firepower to win in a shootout. 


The Thunder had another impressive week, beating a really good Kindred team to start the week before beating Thompson to secure the No. 1 seed in Region 2. Hatton/Northwood will face Drayton/Valley-Edinburg in the regular-season finale and then it’ll head into the Region 2 tournament as the favorite to get to state. 


The Eagles earned a pair of wins last week, blowing out Milnor/North Sargent before beating Oak Grove to improve to 18-1 on the season. Balance was the key in the win over M/NS as five guys scored more than 10 points and a sixth added nine. They’ll get their shot at the No. 1 seed in Region 1 this week, as they face Kindred in the regular-season finale. 


Rugby picked up a

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