Posted On: 03/17/21 11:04 AM

There were upsets, there were blowouts, there were tight games and so much more as the floodgates of Minnesota high school playoff basketball opened further Tuesday night. Lots of action in southern MN along with metro AAAA quarterfinals headlined the night; which players individually stood out? We run them down here.

60-BURGER, TAKE TWO. Who else? Kooper Vaughn Kooper Vaughn 6'0" | PG St. Charles | 2021 State MN is going 2015-16 Steph Curry on Section 1AA this season. He bookended a 63-point performance in the season opener with 61 Tuesday night in an 89-84 upset of No. 6 Triton. Kooper’s stroke is one of the best nobody knows about, whether it’s off the bounce or in spot-up situations. He also gets to the line at an incredible rate. St. Charles now continues their quest on the road at Lake City. With Vaughn averaging upwards of 30 points per game, anything is possible.

Eden Prairie: Fully Reloaded. We expected a loss of production from the elite 2020 Eagle class, especially the frontcourt duo of Connor Christensen Connor Christensen 6'7" | SF Eden Prairie | 2020 State #451 Nation MN and Austin Andrews Austin Andrews 6'6" | PF Eden Prairie | 2020 State MN . But EP’s Chiddi Obiazor has stepped in and bullied every opposing paint challenger. His 33 points paced the Eagles to a cruising 71-45 victory over Prior Lake in

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