Caledonia is just two wins away from securing a Class AA state title. Wednesday’s showdown with Minneapolis North could be one of the best games of the year. The Hayfield defeated the Badger, Wednesday,7 April 2 p.m ET at Target Center, to advance to the Minnesota State High School Class AA Boys Basketball State Championship Semifinal 2021.
Date:Wednesday, 7 April, 2021
Time : 2 p.m. ET
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MSHSL guidance amid the COVID-19 pandemic recommended that schools limit travel for competition, which meant King’s Caledonia High School boys basketball team had to remove some high-caliber opponents from its nonconference schedule.
Among those teams was Minneapolis North, a storied program with recent success in Class AA.
The Warriors and Polars met in the regular season in each of the past four seasons, and all of those games were decided by five points or less — Minneapolis North won the first three of those contests before Caledonia won last year’s in overtime.
Caledonia’s full array of talent was on display Wednesday night in the Class AA state boys basketball quarterfinals at Mayo High School. The Warriors, the No. 2 seed in the South, rolled past No. 3 seed St. Croix Prep Academy 81-53 to earn a spot in next week’s semifinals.
“It’s just awesome to move on,” Caledonia coach Brad King said. “You want to have another practice with the guys, you want to have another bus ride, you want to have another game.”
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The game will be available to North vs Caledonia stream on the MN High School Basketball State Semifinals Live website and app, with the tournament’s CBS-broadcasted games — including tonight’s championship decider — available for free without needing to first authenticate with a cable provider.
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Minneapolis North vs Caledonia Prediction
Minneapolis North gets all the talk and all the hype videos and all the love. The Warriors’ trio of guards in Jackson Koepke, Austin Klug and Andrew Kunelius could be the difference-makers, and coach Brad King knows how to use them. The Polars have a slight advantage inside, but Schultz and Privet can give them trouble because of their ability to shoot 3-pointers. Caledonia cannot afford for either of their big men to get in foul trouble. This game is going to be so fun. The starters on both sides are evenly matched, so the bench production could be the difference-maker. Both teams have sixth men who can fill it up in De’Meiko Anderson (Minneapolis North) and Jashon Simpson (Caledonia). If King was in the lineup, Caledonia cruises. But even without their superstar, the Warriors have what it takes to advance to the Class AA state finals. No. 2 Caledonia 80, No. 1 Minneapolis North 77