Posted On: 02/8/21 5:56 PM

Caledonia and Stewartville took park in a fun, exciting top five battle last Friday night won by the Warriors 72-50. Here are the Prep Hoops five things to know from the game.

One. Warriors Still Have the Pieces.   Caledonia is currently ranked 4th in Class AA basketball after knocking off Stewartville 72-60. I don’t think many have written off Caledonia because their program is so well respected, but at the same time with Eli KingEliKing6'3" | PGCaledonia | 2022State#157NationMN out I think many feel they are more beatable. What we saw on Friday is that this team is still very tough. With a core senior group of Casey SchultzCaseySchultz6'3" | SFCaledonia | 2021MN, Sam PrivetSamPrivet6'9" | PFCaledonia | 2021StateMN, and Andrew KuneliusAndrewKunelius6'0" | SGCaledonia | 2021MN the Warriors (Austin KlugAustinKlug6'4" | SGCaledonia | 2021StateMN who didn’t play on Friday) have what they need to make another run.

Caledonia defended Will TschetterWillTschetter6'9" | PFStewartville | 2021State#96NationMN with Schultz, a physical 6-foot-4 small forward, and Casey did a great job of making every cut Will made, and every post up Tschetter attempted, a physical battle. Two or three guys also converged on Tschetter and it ultimately slowed his production in a few different ways. Kunelius and junior Jackson KoepkeJacksonKoepke6'2" | SGCaledonia | 2022StateMN both did a

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