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2018 State Tournament

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:55 am

STATE TOURNAMENT
@ Bismarck Civic Center
March 15th, 16th & 17th

Thursday, March 15th
G1: #2 (2) St. John def. (7) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 62-47
G2: #3 (5) Bishop Ryan def. Shiloh Christian 60-53
G3: #1 (1) Hillsboro-Central Valley def. (RV) Beulah 55-50
G4: #5 (6) Carrington def. #4 (4) Stanley 63-59

Friday, March 16th
G5: Shiloh Christian def. (7) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 65-57
G6: (RV) Beulah def. #4 (4) Stanley 57-52
G7: #3 (5) Bishop Ryan def. #2 (2) St. John 67-60
G8: #1 (1) Hillsboro-Central Valley def. #5 (6) Carrington 54-51

Saturday, March 17th
7th Place: (7) Wyndmere-Lisgerwood def. #4 (4) Stanley 65-59 F/OT
5th Place: (RV) Beulah def. Shiloh Christian 50-47
3rd Place: #2 (2) St. John def. #5 (6) Carrington 56-52
Championship: #1 (1) Hillsboro-Central Valley def. #3 (5) Bishop Ryan 73-71 F/OT

CHAMPS: (1) Hillsboro-Central Valley (26-1)
2nd: (5) Bishop Ryan (25-3)
3rd: (2) St. John (25-2)
4th: (6) Carrington (23-4)
5th: (RV) Beulah (22-5)
6th: Shiloh Christian (20-7)
7th: (7) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood (22-4)
8th: (4) Stanley (22-5)

Senior Athlete of the Year: Wyatt Hanson, Stanley
Coach of the Year: Elliot Rotvold, Hillsboro-Central Valley

All-Tournament Team
Hillsboro-Central Valley: Jack Camrud, Carson Henningsgard*
Bishop Ryan: Ben Bohl, Mason Hedberg*
St. John: Kyler McGillis*
Carrington: Garrett Bickett
Beulah: Derrick Ferebee
Shiloh Christian: Jaden Mitzel
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood: Luke Foertsch
Stanley: Wyatt Hanson*
* = Unanimous Choices

Tournament MVP: Carson Henningsgard, Hillsboro-Central Valley

MR. BASKETBALL: Wyatt Hanson, Stanley

Finalists (5-3-1 vote scale; 1st place votes in parenthesis)
Wyatt Hanson, Stanley - 69 votes (11)
Kyler McGillis, St. John - 37 votes (1)
Trae Steckler, Mandan - 32 votes (5)
Joe Pistorius, West Fargo - 23 votes (1)
Andrew Christianson, Oak Grove - 19 votes (1)
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby ndlionsfan » Sat Mar 10, 2018 10:35 am

I think this tourney will mirror the girls. No team that is a real favorite. Should be hard to see and wouldn't be surprised if nonseeded teams win some first round games.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Old Drifter » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:33 pm

so who's gonna win it? I'm a region 8-er...My pick to win it all is the bluejays...they've got all the tools...a quality big man, a quality forward (and probably the best in the state Wyatt Hanson) and hotshot quards...I know any team can be beat but if they play smart ball, they'll celebrate come Saturday night...
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Flip » Sat Mar 10, 2018 9:49 pm

8 of the top 12 according to ND scores QRF. Should make for a good tournament.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Ndsportsman1 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:42 am

Just a quick look back at the hoopster predictions for the teams that made it to state
1.HCV- 22nd in the hoopster
2.St John-8th
3.Bishop-5th
4.Stanley-1st
5.Carrington-3rd
UR. Beulah 2nd
UR. W/L not in the top 24
UR. Shiloh 4th

A lot of the top tier teams predicted to win their region made it to state Stanley, Beulah, Shiloh,Carrington, Bishop, and St. John. Obviously W/L was a suprise but congrats to them on a great season so far. HCV came in overlooked even after winning the state championship last season, but had a strong season and earned the #1 seed.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:39 am

Ndsportsman1 wrote:Just a quick look back at the hoopster predictions for the teams that made it to state
1.HCV- 22nd in the hoopster
2.St John-8th
3.Bishop-5th
4.Stanley-1st
5.Carrington-3rd
UR. Beulah 2nd
UR. W/L not in the top 24
UR. Shiloh 4th

A lot of the top tier teams predicted to win their region made it to state Stanley, Beulah, Shiloh,Carrington, Bishop, and St. John. Obviously W/L was a suprise but congrats to them on a great season so far. HCV came in overlooked even after winning the state championship last season, but had a strong season and earned the #1 seed.


Hoopster did a poor job on ranking W-L....they should have been within the Top 24. That was my biggest shock when receiving the Hoopster this year.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Sorenson23 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:13 pm

My State Tournament Prediction

St. John defeats Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 61-58
Bishop Ryan defeats Shiloh Christian 62-43
Hillsboro-CV defeats Beulah 62-54
Stanley defeats Carrington 56-42

Consolation Semi-Finals
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood defeats Shiloh Christian 57-49
Carrington defeats Beulah 59-54

Semi-Finals
Bishop Ryan defeats St.John 60-54
Stanley defeats Hillsboro-CV 58-57

7th place
Beulah defeats Shiloh Christian 65-61
5th place
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood defeats Carrington 49-47
3rd place
Hillsboro-CV defeats St. John 65-53
State B Championship
Stanley defeats Bishop Ryan 67-64 OT

Now this is just a prediction so anything is possible. This could be just like class b girls tournament.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Old Drifter » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:23 pm

Sorenson23 wrote:My State Tournament Prediction

St. John defeats Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 61-58
Bishop Ryan defeats Shiloh Christian 62-43
Hillsboro-CV defeats Beulah 62-54
Stanley defeats Carrington 56-42

Consolation Semi-Finals
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood defeats Shiloh Christian 57-49
Carrington defeats Beulah 59-54

Semi-Finals
Bishop Ryan defeats St.John 60-54
Stanley defeats Hillsboro-CV 58-57

7th place
Beulah defeats Shiloh Christian 65-61
5th place
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood defeats Carrington 49-47
3rd place
Hillsboro-CV defeats St. John 65-53
State B Championship
Stanley defeats Bishop Ryan 67-64 OT

Now this is just a prediction so anything is possible. This could be just like class b girls tournament.


like you, i'm picking the bluejays to win it all this year...they played four winds pretty tough last year and imo, they just ran out of time. had the game gone another 5 minutes, i think they could have beat the Indians...any team can lose of course but if Stanley plays fast and loose without getting sloppy, i don't think anyone (with St. Johns the exception) can stay with them...
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby packers21 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:18 am

The Champs defend, best big man, great scorer, and everyone else plays their role
It is a little harder to motivate kids I guess because they’ve been pampered so much. We’re in the trophy generation, give ‘em a trophy for 23rd place, make ‘em feel good. Make mom and dad feel good.” Tom Izzo, Michigan State Basketball
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby ndlionsfan » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:21 am

I'm going upset for this tournament. W/L knocks off H/CV for the title.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby winner-within » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:32 am

ndlionsfan wrote:I'm going upset for this tournament. W/L knocks off H/CV for the title.


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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby justplayalready » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:52 am

Class B's most annoying cheer somehow finds magic and becomes the darling....and wins it!
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby packers21 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:28 am

justplayalready wrote:Class B's most annoying cheer somehow finds magic and becomes the darling....and wins it!


Ya ya, ya ya, ya ya, YOU KNOW IT
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby moverandshaker » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:50 am

The stage is set for what looks to be one of the greatest opening rounds in a very long time. All four games can go either way, should be everything we look to see in the "B"
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby UNDSiouxfan » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:20 pm

1. Stanley
2. St. John
3. HCV
4. Minot Ryan
5. Carrington
6. Wyndmere-Lidgerwood
7. Beulah
8. Bismarck Shiloh

Should be an exciting tournament! Some new faces here in W/L and St. John where it's been a very long time for each. I see some great first round match-ups. I'm excited to see St. John and to finally see the McGillis kid play. St. John will have a tough test in GM 1 as W/L is an outstanding defensive team. I do believe if Stanley plays their game, their bigs should dominate in the paint and win this tournament. The possible HCV/Stanley matchup could be a bruiser.

Good luck and congrats to all the teams that made it to the state B.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby woodchuck10 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:37 pm

packers21 wrote:
justplayalready wrote:Class B's most annoying cheer somehow finds magic and becomes the darling....and wins it!


Ya ya, ya ya, ya ya, YOU KNOW IT

I’ve never participated in the ya ya cheer but I might make an exception for this tournament. Go Woodchucks!
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby steel » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:27 pm

I believe the winner of the games depends alot of how tight it is officiated. If they let people bang and be physical it is hard to pick against HCV. If it is a run and gun affair, I would go with St. John. I think Stanley is probably the most skilled team. WL has a bunch of gamers and senior dominated. Don't know much about Shiloh but without Ogbu can't see them going too far. Beulah is usually very athletic and guessing physical. Minot Ryan is pretty tough. This reminds me of the State Girls this year, wide open. Carrington is a perennial good team. If I had to pick one I go with the defending champs until somebody knocks them off
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby jimthometwins » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:18 pm

1. HCV
2. Minot Ryan
3. Stanley
4. Saint John
5. Carrington
6. WL
7. Shiloh
8. Beulah
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby District12guy » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:57 pm

1.Minot Ryan
2.HCV
3.Stanley
4.W-L
5.St. Johns
6.Carrington
7.Shiloh
8.Beulah


Haven't really seen any of these teams beside Ryan, St. John's and Shiloh, so take this with a grain of salt. Ryan is inconsistent, but if they're hitting shots and making smart decisions I don't see them losing. But yeah anything can happen on any given night especially since all of these teams are so evenly matched.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby woodchuck10 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:41 pm

District12guy wrote:1.Minot Ryan
2.HCV
3.Stanley
4.W-L
5.St. Johns
6.Carrington
7.Shiloh
8.Beulah


Haven't really seen any of these teams beside Ryan, St. John's and Shiloh, so take this with a grain of salt. Ryan is inconsistent, but if they're hitting shots and making smart decisions I don't see them losing. But yeah anything can happen on any given night especially since all of these teams are so evenly matched.

Seriously guy it’s just St. John. Don’t know why you type it in it’s possesive form
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby District12guy » Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:40 pm

woodchuck10 wrote:
District12guy wrote:1.Minot Ryan
2.HCV
3.Stanley
4.W-L
5.St. Johns
6.Carrington
7.Shiloh
8.Beulah


Haven't really seen any of these teams beside Ryan, St. John's and Shiloh, so take this with a grain of salt. Ryan is inconsistent, but if they're hitting shots and making smart decisions I don't see them losing. But yeah anything can happen on any given night especially since all of these teams are so evenly matched.

Seriously guy it’s just St. John. Don’t know why you type it in it’s possesive form


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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Sniper » Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:11 pm

1. St. John
2. Stanley
3. Minot
4. Beulah
5. Hillsboro-Central Valley
6. Wyndmere-Lidgerwood
7. Carrington
8. Bismarck
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby Flip » Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:25 pm

woodchuck10 wrote:Seriously guy it’s just St. John. Don’t know why you type it in it’s possesive form

It's "possessive." Don't know why you can't spell.

But anyway, I used to think it was St. John's for a time too. Both colleges I can think of are St. John's.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby woodchuck10 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:34 pm

Flip wrote:
woodchuck10 wrote:Seriously guy it’s just St. John. Don’t know why you type it in it’s possesive form

It's "possessive." Don't know why you can't spell.

But anyway, I used to think it was St. John's for a time too. Both colleges I can think of are St. John's.

We’re not a university. Would you say St. Thomas’s, ND; St. Anthony’s, ND; St. Gertrude’s, ND. It’s so stupid to fight over but it’s equally as stupid that people continually get it wrong.
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Re: 2018 State Tournament

Postby HSsportFan » Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:38 pm

I was just wondering which region had the best winning percentage versus the other regions. So, I ran the numbers, there were 333 games between regions. Most regions had over 75 games against other regions except region 1 and 2 which had a lot of games against Minnesota teams. The Minnesota games are not included in the following data.

Region vs Other regions
Reg. 8 (47-30) .610
Reg. 2 (34-30) .531
Reg. 4 (51-46) .526
Reg. 7 (40-39) .506
Reg. 1 (27-30) .474
Reg. 6 (50-58) .463
Reg. 3 (37-43) .463
Reg. 5 (47-58) .447
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