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PostPosted: 04/02/21 2:52 pm    ::: Pac-12 2021-2022 Reply Reply with quote

A Utah commit from Minnesota, Gianna Kneepkens, scored 67 pts in her last high school game, a Minnesota high school record.

https://www.startribune.com/girls-basketball-67-point-game-from-duluth-marshall-s-gianna-kneepkens-not-enough/600040525/

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At the end they show Kneepkens crying. She cared more about her team losing than she did about the record score.

This video also shows that there’s no excuse for college players to not wear masks during play. It’s obviously required at the Minnesota high school level.



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PostPosted: 04/02/21 3:14 pm    ::: Re: Pac-12 2021-2022 Reply Reply with quote

Shades wrote:
A Utah commit from Minnesota, Gianna Kneepkens, scored 67 pts in her last high school game, a Minnesota high school record.

https://www.startribune.com/girls-basketball-67-point-game-from-duluth-marshall-s-gianna-kneepkens-not-enough/600040525/


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PostPosted: 04/02/21 3:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Wow, this is insane! And her team lost. She and Naz Hillmon would have a lot to talk about re: lack of team contributions!

Reading the article, perhaps just as remarkable is that the leading scorer on the other team was just a 7th grade! Since when do 7th graders play varsity?

I don't know that I've ever seen a high school game as high scoring as 94-91. I've seen teams score 100+, but that's usually when it's a blowout and the opposing team is horrible with absolutely no defense and the score ends up like 103-21 or something. You'd think two teams capable of scoring 90+ would be skilled enough to stop the other team from also scoring 90+... Laughing


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PostPosted: 04/02/21 3:24 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

https://www.ncsasports.org/womens-basketball-recruiting/minnesota/duluth/marshall-school1/gianna-kneepkens
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PostPosted: 04/02/21 3:33 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

GlennMacGrady wrote:
https://www.ncsasports.org/womens-basketball-recruiting/minnesota/duluth/marshall-school1/gianna-kneepkens


Wow! High arcing jump shot.


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PostPosted: 04/03/21 11:47 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The fact that a seventh grader could score 34 should tell you all you need to know about the level of competition ...

The best players in Minnesota play for Hopkins ...



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PostPosted: 04/05/21 8:54 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Scott Rueck only has 7 players on next years roster including incoming crown Kampschroeder and oft sidelined Andrea Acquino. Savannah Samuels followed Goforth out the door so backcourt is pretty depleted.



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PostPosted: 04/10/21 8:37 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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The fact that a seventh grader could score 34 should tell you all you need to know about the level of competition ...

The best players in Minnesota play for Hopkins ...


Continuing this deviation from the thread, Hopkins was defeated in semi final action by Chaska.



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PostPosted: 04/10/21 9:46 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Chaska remained unbeaten by slipping past Rosemount in the 4A final, 45-43. Minnesota, as mentioned, is loaded with D-1 talent this year.



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PostPosted: 04/10/21 10:15 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

NoDakSt wrote:
Scott Rueck only has 7 players on next years roster including incoming crown Kampschroeder and oft sidelined Andrea Acquino. Savannah Samuels followed Goforth out the door so backcourt is pretty depleted.


I think he has more than seven unless someone else has left. He has pretty good depth for bigs: Jones, Brown, Corosdale, and Mitrovic even if Acquino remains out of commission. Ellie Mack could also decide to stay another year. He will have VanOelhoefen as his lead guard and presumably Kampschroeder as a wing. I see Simmons is gone as well. They have Mannen who hardly played at all this year. That's really thin at guard but maybe he can find one or two in the portal. Guards are easier to find than good bigs.


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PostPosted: 04/11/21 12:43 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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The best players in Minnesota play for Hopkins ...


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PostPosted: 04/11/21 1:08 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stanford: If they get weaker in the wake of Williams turning pro, it won't be by much.

Arizona: Perhaps the biggest ? in the conference next season without McDonald, but the cupboard is certainly not bare.

UCLA: Much more depth for next season with some intriguing new commits, but will it lead to a Final Four? Could it even?

Oregon: With presumably a tighter rotation, Oregon should be able to at least compete for the top spot next season.

Oregon State: They won't be returning many players, but at least if they add a couple guards, that should be enough for another Tourney berth.

Colorado: Make-or-break year for JR Payne. Hollingshed returning is a big boost, but it's been time to contend for a Tourney berth.

Washington State: Charlisse Leger-Walker is no longer a surprise talent. How does Kamie Ethridge keep WSU & the players on the up-and-up?

USC: So when exactly is this talented group of players supposed to start achieving things? Tumult & wasted talent is nothing new for this school.

Arizona State: They were pretty young this past season, but is it time to start wondering if Charli Turner Thorne has taken this Final Four-less program as far as it can go under her?

Utah: How Roberts is still the coach given the talents she's had & then lost, with the Utes projected to have another bad year, is beyond me.

Washington: It's a(nother) new era in Seattle. First things first: which players will ultimately stay, and will Tina Langley be able to coax any interesting transfers to the program before November?

California: The Bears should be better over the next couple seasons, so long as Charmin Smith is able to keep her young talent in Berkeley – at least until they graduate...



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PostPosted: 04/11/21 1:09 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Wow! Thank you for sharing that highlight reel! Saw some really impressive takes from #24 in white and some incredible passing from the purple team. On the other hand...the sequences of passes during the fast break that starts at 2:21...now that was pure luck Razz Laughing Razz

Does anyone know why the top two teams met in the semis instead of the finals?


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PostPosted: 04/11/21 1:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stormeo wrote:
Stanford: If they get weaker in the wake of Williams turning pro, it won't be by much.

Arizona: Perhaps the biggest ? in the conference next season without McDonald, but the cupboard is certainly not bare.

UCLA: Much more depth for next season with some intriguing new commits, but will it lead to a Final Four? Could it even?

Thank you for this run-down! Just to support your point regarding Stanford, Williams was far from her best in the E8, FF, or Finals, yet Stanford still won. So I feel like Stanford will compete at the same level. But will they have another gear is the question.

Just an interesting storyline for Arizona/UCLA---this match-up will feature two former starters and teammates playing against each other, as both Bendu Yeaney and Jaelynn Penn have now transferred out of Indiana. Will be interesting to see how prominent of a role they each play.


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PostPosted: 04/11/21 4:04 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

undersized_post wrote:
Wow! Thank you for sharing that highlight reel! Saw some really impressive takes from #24 in white and some incredible passing from the purple team. On the other hand...the sequences of passes during the fast break that starts at 2:21...now that was pure luck Razz Laughing Razz

Does anyone know why the top two teams met in the semis instead of the finals?


Because the playoff brackets are set up in advance, randomly, section 8 versus section 3, section 7 versus section 4, etc. And then the whoever wins each section final gets put into that spot. And now that the old Hopkins coach retired, they are no longer recruiting all of the top players and depleting all of the competition from the Minneapolis Metro area. It makes for a much healthier overall level of competition in the state.


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PostPosted: 04/11/21 4:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stormeo wrote:
Stanford: If they get weaker in the wake of Williams turning pro, it won't be by much.



If we get Anna Wilson back (she still hasn't said) I think we will be ok. But without her, our guard core is pretty weak.


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Hoopsmom wrote:
undersized_post wrote:
Wow! Thank you for sharing that highlight reel! Saw some really impressive takes from #24 in white and some incredible passing from the purple team. On the other hand...the sequences of passes during the fast break that starts at 2:21...now that was pure luck Razz Laughing Razz

Does anyone know why the top two teams met in the semis instead of the finals?


Because the playoff brackets are set up in advance, randomly, section 8 versus section 3, section 7 versus section 4, etc. And then the whoever wins each section final gets put into that spot. And now that the old Hopkins coach retired, they are no longer recruiting all of the top players and depleting all of the competition from the Minneapolis Metro area. It makes for a much healthier overall level of competition in the state.


That hasn't been how it's done for a few years now.

USUALLY the teams are seeded 1 through 5 and then placed in a normal bracket style. The other 3 teams are randomly drawn to face off against the 1-3 seeds.

THIS YEAR - due to COVID - the teams were split into North and South halves to minimize travel, as the First Round of the State tournament wasn't held at Target Center, but at a location closer to the two teams.

Hopkins was ranked the #1 team in the North, while Chaska was the #2 in the South.


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PostPosted: 04/12/21 7:24 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
Stormeo wrote:
Stanford: If they get weaker in the wake of Williams turning pro, it won't be by much.


If we get Anna Wilson back (she still hasn't said) I think we will be ok. But without her, our guard core is pretty weak.


I know Stanford's championship is only a week old, but I've been thinking about this a lot. Stanford is absolutely loaded at 3-4-5, but guard play will be an issue. I think Oregon could win the Pac-12 next year.


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PostPosted: 04/12/21 9:07 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Shades wrote:
ClayK wrote:
The best players in Minnesota play for Hopkins ...


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myrtle wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Scott Rueck only has 7 players on next years roster including incoming crown Kampschroeder and oft sidelined Andrea Acquino. Savannah Samuels followed Goforth out the door so backcourt is pretty depleted.


I think he has more than seven unless someone else has left. He has pretty good depth for bigs: Jones, Brown, Corosdale, and Mitrovic even if Acquino remains out of commission. Ellie Mack could also decide to stay another year. He will have VanOelhoefen as his lead guard and presumably Kampschroeder as a wing. I see Simmons is gone as well. They have Mannen who hardly played at all this year. That's really thin at guard but maybe he can find one or two in the portal. Guards are easier to find than good bigs.


Ellie Mack HAS decided to stay. Great news for Beav fans.



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myrtle wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Scott Rueck only has 7 players on next years roster including incoming crown Kampschroeder and oft sidelined Andrea Acquino. Savannah Samuels followed Goforth out the door so backcourt is pretty depleted.


I think he has more than seven unless someone else has left. He has pretty good depth for bigs: Jones, Brown, Corosdale, and Mitrovic even if Acquino remains out of commission. Ellie Mack could also decide to stay another year. He will have VanOelhoefen as his lead guard and presumably Kampschroeder as a wing. I see Simmons is gone as well. They have Mannen who hardly played at all this year. That's really thin at guard but maybe he can find one or two in the portal. Guards are easier to find than good bigs.
That may be the only time Noelle Mannen ever gets mentioned on the Rebkell board. She's a non-scholarship walk-on.



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ClayK wrote:
Shades wrote:
ClayK wrote:
The best players in Minnesota play for Hopkins ...


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Mallory Hayer. Shocked #24 for Chaska. She's a little undersized for the P5 but looks like en elite finisher at the rim. Whalen's getting a good-un.



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When I open this thread (and only this thread) all text is formatted differently and makes it hard to read. If a poster is quoting a previous text, that text is offset and 8 have to scroll over to the right to read the entire post. It’s only about n this thread that this is happening.



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NoDakSt wrote:
When I open this thread (and only this thread) all text is formatted differently and makes it hard to read. If a poster is quoting a previous text, that text is offset and 8 have to scroll over to the right to read the entire post. It’s only about n this thread that this is happening.


It might be your computer or browser. No problems here.



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