Posted On: 04/23/20 12:11 PM

We are coming closer and closer to the end of the AAAA Simulation Series. The Final Four pits state-caliber teams against each other and the final was scintillating as well. Here are the results:

Game 1: Cambridge-Isanti 78, Park Center 77

The Bluejackets are headed to the title game! A very spread-out offense came out on top with a 1-point win. Connor BraatenConnorBraaten6'5" | PFCambridge-Isanti | 2021StateMN scored 22 and I’d like to imagine he had a game-winning play of some kind. Henry AbrahamHenryAbraham5'11" | PGCambridge | 2020StateMN has seen his scoring average drop this tournament but when wins pile up nobody can complain. He added 20 points and Ryan Cox also scored 18 points.

Josh BrownJoshBrown6'3" | SGPark Center | 2020StateMN led the Pirates once again with 21 points on five three-pointers and Dain DainjaDainDainja6'9" | CPark Center | 2020State#48NationMN scored 20 to go with double-figure rebounds and a few blocks. John GrigsbyJohnGrigsby6'9" | PFPark Center | 2020StateMN also contributed 16 points in defeat.

Game 2: Chaska 82, Lakeville North 75

MVP of this game goes to Zach LeaZachLea6'4" | SGChaska | 2020StateMN. He exploded for 35 points giving Chaska the edge whenever the Panthers cut the deficit. The frontcourt had the advantage as well - Mahad FaisalMahadFaisal6'6" | PFChaska | 2020StateMN scored 18 and Connor BraatenConnorBraaten6'5" | PFCambridge-Isanti | 2021StateMN scored 22 and I’d like to imagine he had a game-winning play of some kind. Henry AbrahamHenryAbraham5'11" | PGCambridge | 2020StateMN has seen his scoring average drop this tournament but when wins pile up nobody can complain. He added 20 points and Ryan Cox also scored 18 points. Josh BrownJoshBrown6'3" | SGPark Center | 2020StateMN led the Pirates once again with 21 points on five three-pointers and Dain DainjaDainDainja6'9" | CPark Center | 2020State#48NationMN scored 20 to go with double-figure rebounds and a few blocks. John GrigsbyJohnGrigsby6'9" | PFPark Center | 2020StateMN also contributed 16 points in defeat. Game 2: Chaska 82, Lakeville North 75 MVP of this game goes to Zach LeaZachLea6'4" | SGChaska | 2020StateMN. He exploded for 35 points giving Chaska the edge whenever the Panthers cut the deficit. The frontcourt had the advantage as well - Mahad FaisalMahadFaisal6'6" | PFChaska | 2020StateMN scored 18 and Brady NicholsonBradyNicholson6'8" | CChaska | 2022StateMN 16. Noah FrechetteNoahFrechette6'4" | PFLakeville North | 2020StateMN led Lakeville North in scoring with 22 points. Josh KamaraJoshKamara6'0" | PGLakeville North | 2020StateMN and Cooper LaufenburgerCooperLaufenburger6'5" | SFLakeville North | 2021StateMN each added 16 while Will Blascziek scored 14 knocking down a few bombs. The Final: Cambridge-Isanti 91, Chaska 89 Champions of the AAAA Simulation Series: Cambridge-Isanti! Henry AbrahamHenryAbraham5'11" | PGCambridge | 2020StateMN led the way with 28 points and Connor BraatenConnorBraaten6'5" | PFCambridge-Isanti | 2021StateMN continued his stellar play with 22. All five players were in double figures, indicating it took a team effort to win the title. The Bluejackets got a huge stop on the final play to secure the win. Four Hawks scored 19 or more, led by Mahad FaisalMahadFaisal6'6" | PFChaska | 2020StateMN with 22 and the Fury pair of Brady NicholsonBradyNicholson6'8" | CChaska | 2022StateMN and Jack FrickJackFrick6'2" | SGChaska | 2021StateMN scoring 20. Luke StrazzantiLukeStrazzanti6'4" | SGChaska | 2021StateMN had 19. What a game! Tournament MVP: Henry AbrahamHenryAbraham5'11" | PGCambridge | 2020StateMN, Cambridge-Isanti: Abraham led the tournament in scoring (117 total points) and scored 28 in the title game for the champions. All-Tourney First Team: Henry AbrahamHenryAbraham5'11" | PGCambridge | 2020StateMN, Cambridge-Isanti Connor BraatenConnorBraaten6'5" | PFCambridge-Isanti | 2021StateMN, Cambridge-Isanti Mahad FaisalMahadFaisal6'6" | PFChaska | 2020StateMN, Chaska Zach LeaZachLea6'4" | SGChaska | 2020StateMN, Chaska Dain DainjaDainDainja6'9" | CPark Center | 2020State#48NationMN, Park Center Second Team: Josh BrownJoshBrown6'3" | SGPark Center | 2020StateMN, Park Center Noah FrechetteNoahFrechette6'4" | PFLakeville North | 2020StateMN, Lakeville North Carter PattersonCarterPatterson6'1" | SGLakeville North | 2020StateMN, Lakeville North Blake RemmeBlakeRemme6'6" | SFSpring Lake Park | 2020StateMN, Spring Lake Park Langston BinnsLangstonBinns6'2" | SFTartan | 2020StateMN, Tartan Third Team: David IjadimbolaDavidIjadimbola6'2" | PGPark Center | 2020StateMN, Park Center Ryan Cox, Cambridge-Isanti Luke StrazzantiLukeStrazzanti6'4" | SGChaska | 2021StateMN, Chaska Gabe MyrenGabeMyren6'3" | SGSpring Lake Park | 2020StateMN, Spring Lake Park Will Blascziek, Lakeville North Fourth Team Brady NicholsonBradyNicholson6'8" | CChaska | 2022StateMN, Chaska Gabe Hanson, Rochester Century Kanye RaheemKanyeRaheem6'2" | SGWhite Bear Lake | 2021StateMN, White Bear Lake Jack JanickiJackJanicki6'4" | SGWhite Bear Lake | 2023StateMN, White Bear Lake Detavius FriersonDetaviusFrierson6'4" | SFPark Center | 2020StateMN, Park Center Thanks for following along!

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