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Boys basketball: Wednesday's results

Wednesday's results Minnesota Anoka tournament Champlin Park 78, Irondale 50 Hopkins 91, St. Paul Como Park 56 Wayzata 80, Anoka 70 Catholic Spirit tournament Seventh place Houston St. Thomas, Texas 79, Park Center 66 Fifth place Woodbury 52, Hol...

Wednesday's results

Minnesota

Anoka tournament

Champlin Park 78, Irondale 50

Hopkins 91, St. Paul Como Park 56

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Wayzata 80, Anoka 70

Catholic Spirit tournament

Seventh place

Houston St. Thomas, Texas 79, Park Center 66

Fifth place

Woodbury 52, Holy Angels 50

Third place

Robbinsdale Armstrong 77, Cretin-Derham Hall 58

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Championship

St. Bernard's 57, Roseville 30

Crosby-Ironton tournament

Consolation

Cass Lake-Bena 94, St. John's, Manitoba 73

Championship

Crosby-Ironton 79, Mesabi East 61

Ely tournament

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Four Directions 100, Mesabi Academy 39

Foley tournament

Foley 69, Rockford 54

Sebeka 72, Becker 52

Hastings tournament

Seventh place

Minneapolis Southwest 56, St. Paul Highland Park 54

Fifth place

Rosemount 74, Columbia Heights 69

Third place

Farmington 62, Hastings 57

Championship

St. Thomas Academy 71, Eagan 61

Marshall tournament

Marshall 59, Ellsworth 55

Pipestone 58, Mankato East 56

Moose Lake tournament

Maranatha Christian 71, Hinckley-Finlayson 60

Moose Lake/Willow River 60, Pine City 49

Rochester Tournament

Seventh place

Rochester Lourdes 56, Rochester Century 50

Fifth place

Rochester Mayo 43, Rochester John Marshall 37

Third place

Stillwater 74, Northfield 65

Championship

Plainview/Elgin-Millville 65, Apple Valley 60

Sauk Centre tournament

Third place

Wadena-Deer Creek 68, Frazee 38

St. Cloud Cathedral tournament

Consolation semifinal

Melrose 62, Litchfield 52, OT

Pierz 66, Milaca 55

St. Cloud Cathedral tournament

Consolation

Sauk Rapids-Rice 76, St. Cloud Cathedral 51

Championship

Braham 75, Concordia Academy-Bloomington 57

North Dakota

Valley City 55, Central Cass 52

Russ Smith Holiday Classic

In Thief River Falls, Minn., Wednesday

Championship

Minnesota Transitions 125, Red Lake 98

Seventh place

CROOKSTON 77,

SACRED HEART 42

Crookston 45 32 -- 77

Sacred Heart 19 23 -- 42

Crookston -- Matt Crawford 10, Ben Curran 11, Josh Baldock 19, Jake Thompson 2, Tim Desrosier 2, Wade Johnston 4, Shane Chapman 4, Carter Denison 5, Papou Maiga 8, Chris Follette 11

EGF Sacred Heart -- Connor Norton 6, Sean O'Leary 4, Ryan Kowalski 15, Kyle Novak 6, Kevin Hatcher 11

Fifth place

KITTSON CC 64,

MARSHALL CC 54

Marshall Co. Central 21 33 -- 54

Kittson Co. Central 26 38 -- 64

Marshall Co. Central -- Matt Bierman 4, Justin Olson 12, Jesse Nelson 10, Kyle Haven 4, Brady Reierson 4, Colby Owens 20

Kittson Co. Central -- James Hauert 20, Tom Jaszczak 5, Ethan Elfstrom 2, Trevor Austin 11, Dylan Bowman 8, Derek Coffield 2, Zach Rynning 2, Jordan Forfang 10, Zach Allen 4

Third place

WARREN-A-O 79,

THIEF RIVER FALLS 68

Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 30 49 -- 79

Thief River Falls 25 43 -- 68

Warren-Alvarado-Oslo -- Casey Larson 36, Danny Mattson 8, Lucas Goodwin 3, Ryan Oas 22, Tyler Golden 3, Zach Riopelle 2, Zack Carlson 5

Thief River Falls -- Brady Harbott 4, Aaron Yaggie 5, Karter Trontvet 4, Nick Beito 4, Jacob Langevin 16, Seth Torstveit 12, Steven Peterson 12, Jonathan Milks 6, Jacob Beito 5

Late Tuesday

GF CENTRAL 68,

TURTLE MOUNTAIN 55

Turtle Mountain 32 23 -- 55

GF Central 26 42 -- 68

Turtle Mountain -- Kevin Poitra 4, Nevin Gillis 12, Dexter Davis 4, Jade Malaterre 2, Jordan Marcellais 9, Gaige Allard 3, Jonathan Laducer 8, Troy Martell 5, Morgan Dogskin 8

GF Central -- Seth Zygarlicke 8, Brady Johnson 6, Tayron Jackson 16, Drew Blake 5, Derrick Yeager 2, Trevor Lennon 19, Kyle Graham 2, Ken Smith 10

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