Posted On: 04/19/20 11:00 AM

It’s another day and another round of the MN Simulation Series in Class AAAA. 16 teams remain and we run through all eight matchups today!

For Round 1 results and stats, click here and here.

Game 1: Lakeville North 103, Champlin Park 77

John Oxton throws some extra playoff magic dust on this one and the Panthers are led by Carter PattersonCarterPatterson6'1" | SGLakeville North | 2020StateMN again (29 points in round 1) who scores an impressive 36 against a stout Rebel defense. Noah FrechetteNoahFrechette6'4" | PFLakeville North | 2020StateMN scored 22, Cooper LaufenburgerCooperLaufenburger6'5" | SFLakeville North | 2021StateMN added 17 with strong D and Josh KamaraJoshKamara6'0" | PGLakeville North | 2020StateMN added 16.

The backcourt pair of TJ MobergTJMoberg5'10" | PGChamplin Park | 2020StateMN and Josh Strong scored 20 apiece to lead CP, and Francis Nwaokorie was productive inside once more with 16 points.

Game 2: Park Center 85, Prior Lake 71

The Pirates rolled again thanks to Dain DainjaDainDainja6'9" | CPark Center | 2020State#48NationMN putting up his second straight 32-point performance outplaying the strong Prior Lake frontcourt. David IjadimbolaDavidIjadimbola6'2" | PGPark Center | 2020StateMN controlled the pace on the perimeter with 20 points and Josh BrownJoshBrown6'3" | SGPark Center | 2020StateMN knocked out some triples for 17.

All five players were in double figures for the Lakers, led by Carter PattersonCarterPatterson6'1" | SGLakeville North | 2020StateMN again (29 points in round 1) who scores an impressive 36 against a stout Rebel defense. Noah FrechetteNoahFrechette6'4" | PFLakeville North | 2020StateMN scored 22, Cooper LaufenburgerCooperLaufenburger6'5" | SFLakeville North | 2021StateMN added 17 with strong D and Josh KamaraJoshKamara6'0" | PGLakeville North | 2020StateMN added 16. The backcourt pair of TJ MobergTJMoberg5'10" | PGChamplin Park | 2020StateMN and Josh Strong scored 20 apiece to lead CP, and Francis Nwaokorie was productive inside once more with 16 points. Game 2: Park Center 85, Prior Lake 71 The Pirates rolled again thanks to Dain DainjaDainDainja6'9" | CPark Center | 2020State#48NationMN putting up his second straight 32-point performance outplaying the strong Prior Lake frontcourt. David IjadimbolaDavidIjadimbola6'2" | PGPark Center | 2020StateMN controlled the pace on the perimeter with 20 points and Josh BrownJoshBrown6'3" | SGPark Center | 2020StateMN knocked out some triples for 17. All five players were in double figures for the Lakers, led by Dawson GarciaDawsonGarcia6'11" | PFPrior Lake | 2020State#26NationMN with 22. Malcolm JonesMalcolmJones6'8" | CPrior Lake | 2022StateMN worked the glass for 16 and Tyree IhenachoTyreeIhenacho6'5" | SGPrior Lake | 2020StateMN used that quick first step to beat defenders for 13. Game 3: Chaska 76, Moorhead 71 A great back-and-forth affair with individual matchups we’d love to see in real life, the Hawks of Chaska held on against Moorhead thanks to a pair of 20-point games from Zach LeaZachLea6'4" | SGChaska | 2020StateMN and Mahad FaisalMahadFaisal6'6" | PFChaska | 2020StateMN. Luke StrazzantiLukeStrazzanti6'4" | SGChaska | 2021StateMN hit some big shots down the stretch for his 18 as well. Moorhead in defeat was led by Drew HagenDrewHagen6'6" | SFMoorhead | 2020StateMN with 24 points. Blake WalthallBlakeWalthall6'0" | PGMoorhead | 2021StateMN added 19 and Donnavin HinszDonnavinHinsz6'4" | PFMoorhead | 2022StateMN muscled inside for 14. Game 4: Cambridge-Isanti 84, Edina 82 The big guns came out for C-I as Henry AbrahamHenryAbraham5'11" | PGCambridge | 2020StateMN dropped 29 points for the Bluejackets in a close win. Ryan Cox stepped up for a big 19 points and Connor BraatenConnorBraaten6'5" | PFCambridge-Isanti | 2021StateMN worked for 18 against a big Edina frontcourt. Jacob HutsonJacobHutson6'10" | CEdina | 2020State#310NationMN poured in an efficient 24, Brady HelgrenBradyHelgren6'7" | SFEdina | 2022StateMN made strides inside and out for 20 and 2022 guard Sammy Presthus orchestrated offense while scoring 15. Game 5: Tartan 81, Maple Grove 71 Tartan’s five-headed attack (no player contributed less than 14 points) was too much in the end for Maple Grove to handle. Joseph KearneyJosephKearney6'3" | SGTartan | 2020StateMN was key down the stretch with 19 and Curtis FavorsCurtisFavors6'3" | SGTartan | 2021StateMN scored 18 in the frontcourt. Langston BinnsLangstonBinns6'2" | SFTartan | 2020StateMN hit tough jumpers for 16. RaShaun ParkerRaShaunParker6'2" | SGMaple Grove | 2020StateMN and Jon HaakensonJonHaakenson6'1" | PGMaple Grove | 2022StateMN made smart offensive plays off the ball to each get 18 points while Sean BergstromSeanBergstrom6'5" | PFMaple Grove | 2020StateMN and Lovell WilliamsLovellWilliams6'2" | PGMaple Grove | 2020StateMN scored 16 and 15 points respectively. Caden BoettcherCadenBoettcher6'5" | SFMaple Grove | 2021StateMN, after scoring 46 in round 1, was held to 4 points. Game 6: Rochester Century 78, Irondale 69 With Jack FisherJackFisher6'2" | SGRochester Century | 2020StateMN having another night under his average (scored just 12 points), Gabe Hanson stepped up for 19. Daunte Grafe added 18 and Mark Leonard scored 16 at the forward spot. The Panthers are 2-0 in the simulation thanks to role guys stepping up, a huge factor in playoff games. For Irondale, Kwame HerzogKwameHerzog6'0" | PGIrondale | 2020StateMN used some crafty separation skills to hit all kinds of shots and score 19 points. Yeshi Dorjee might be 5-8 but he can hit from range, and he added 18. Iggy Ejiofor’s athleticism and improved inside finishing helped him get to 14 points. Game 7: White Bear Lake 82, Cretin-Derham Hall 77 In an upset nobody saw coming, the Bears pull off a huge conference rivalry win over CDH with guards Jack Janicke and Kanye RaheemKanyeRaheem6'2" | SGWhite Bear Lake | 2021StateMN pouring in 22 apiece and Brice PetersBricePeters5'9" | PGWhite Bear Lake | 2020StateMN shooting from outside for 20. Amari CarterAmariCarter6'6" | SFCretin-Derham Hall | 2020StateMN had another strong game leading the Raiders with 20 points. Tre HollomanTreHolloman6'3" | PGCretin-Derham Hall | 2022State#45NationMN and J’Vonne HadleyJ’VonneHadley6'6" | SFCretin-Derham Hall | 2020State#363NationMN had 18 each while Curtis JonesCurtisJones6'3" | SGCretin-Derham Hall | 2020StateMN hit three bombs for 15 points. Game 8: Spring Lake Park 76, Eden Prairie 70 The Panthers have been one of the hottest teams in the state and taking out possibly the best team in the last four years is no small feat. Blake RemmeBlakeRemme6'6" | SFSpring Lake Park | 2020StateMN took over with 27 points, Gabe MyrenGabeMyren6'3" | SGSpring Lake Park | 2020StateMN scored a steady 23 and Kaleb SkellyKalebSkelly6'4" | SFSpring Lake Park | 2021StateMN added 12 providing muscle inside. John HenryJohnHenry6'5" | SFEden Prairie | 2020StateMN kept EP in it most of the way, hitting momentum-stopping threes for 26 points. Drake DobbsDrakeDobbs6'1" | PGEden Prairie | 2020State#293NationMN controlled the offensive flow adding 20 of his own and Connor ChristensenConnorChristensen6'7" | SFEden Prairie | 2020State#451NationMN gave a hard-earned 16 points in defeat. Stay tuned for the quarterfinals: Park Center vs. Spring Lake Park Tartan vs. Lakeville North Cambridge-Isanti vs. Rochester Century White Bear Lake vs. Chaska

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