Borowicz records rare quadruple-double as Roseau wins state opener
MINNEAPOLIS—Kiley Borowicz opened the Minnesota state Class AA girls basketball tournament in a big way Wednesday afternoon.
Borowicz pulled off a rare quadruple-double to help Roseau beat New Richland-HEG 82-64 in the state quarterfinals at Mariucci Arena.
The No. 1 seed Rams improved to 30-0.
Borowicz, a senior, scored 28 points, snagged 13 rebounds, handed out 10 assists and grabbed 10 steals.
Sophomore Kacie Borowicz, the younger sister of Kiley, scored 22 points and had six rebounds, five steals, three assists and three blocks. The youngest Borowicz, eighth-grader Katie, played 27 minutes off the bench and scored eight points with five steals and three assists.
Roseau also received 12 points and 14 rebounds from Victoria Johnson.
The Rams finished with 26 steals, forcing 34 turnovers and holding a 45-10 edge in points off turnovers.
New Richland was led by Betsy Schoenrock's 20 points and 16 rebounds.
The Rams, in their fifth overall and third straight state tournament appearance, will play the winner of No. 5 Esko and No. 4 New London-Spicer in the semifinals Friday at 6 p.m. at Williams Arena in Minneapolis.