Posted On: 11/4/20 5:45 PM

There is traditionally good basketball in the Three Rivers Conference and that is especially true in 2020-21.  

 

Conference Commentary

Top Ten in State – Caledonia

Caledonia went 28-1 a season ago finishing as the number one ranked team in Class AA.  The Warriors return four starters, their top bench players, and have a lot of experience. Yes losing Noah KingNoahKing6'3" | PGCaledonia | 2020State#478NationMN is tough but the Warriors are so talented, they are surely one of the top three contenders in Class AA.  

Potential Top Ten in State – Rushford-Peterson, Plainview-Elgin-Millville, Lewiston-Altura

On the verge of a top ten ranking are several teams.  Rushford-Peterson was 13-14 last season but they only had one senior in the rotation. Five starters  are back led by Luke O’HareLukeO’Hare6'4" | SGRushford-Peterson | 2021StateMN and Justin Ruberg.  Blake HerbeBlakeHerbe5'11" | PGPEM | 2021MNr and Conner Schumacher lead PEM who won 19 games last year and should be even better. Lewiston-Altura won 22 games last season and while they lost Gunnar Reed, the Cards still have good pieces back. 

Compete with Most – Chatfield, St Charles

Chatfield seems on the verge with the group above as Reid and Cole JohnsonColeJohnson6'3" | SGChatfield | 2023StateMN are college basketball prospects that look ready for

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