Posted On: 10/15/20 7:02 PM

The Islanders earned yet another section title last winter but didn’t get a chance to defend their state title.  They are once again state contenders and section favorites. 

Key Wins in 19-20 (24-5): Waseca, Mankato East, Wayzata, Columbia Heights, Hopkins, Holy Angles, Waconia, Richfield

Oops: Minneapolis North, Cretin-Derham Hall, Minnehaha Acadmey, Eden Prairie

Moving On: Jalen TravisJalenTravis6'8" | CDeLaSalle | 2020StateMN is playing football at Princeton and has left a big hole in the paint that will need to be filled in some way.  Amir WhitlockAmirWhitlock6'0" | PGDeLaSalle | 2020StateMN was the 6th Man and a playmaker, he’s at a prep school.  Also, Andrew IrvinAndrewIrvin5'10" | PGDeLaSalle | 2020StateMN and Semaj HartSemajHart6'0" | SGDeLaSalle | 2020StateMN have graduated and both played important roles for the Islanders.  DeLaSalle will miss Irvin’s fantastic defensive abilities for sure but they have guards ready to step in and fill the production of the graduated backcourt members.

Returning Starters: Three starters return and all three of those players are now seniors.  That starts with top returning scorer Cade HaskinsCadeHaskins6'6" | SFDeLaSalle | 2021StateMN who is a Dartmouth commit and also the top small forward prospect in the senior class.  Haskins earned several D1 offers but the call of the Ivy League was too much to

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