Henning guard Tyson Misegades had a strong week, leading his team to the section championship game versus Border West. In three games last week, he scored 49 points, including 24 against Hillcrest (on Mar. 13).
In a win and potentially in scenario facing the M State Spartans basketball team, on Feb. 18, the Spartans could not hold a halftime lead and saw their postseason aspirations come to a close, in an 82-75 loss to the Ridgewater Warriors. M State had a 35-29 lead at the break.
The M State Lady Spartans basketball team ended their season on Feb. 18, in Willmar with a 66-35 win over the Ridgewater Warriors. It was also coach Jodi Holleman’s 350th career victory, over time at the high school and collegiate level.
Taking on the top ranked Rochester Community and Technical College Yellowjackets, on Feb. 11, the M State Lady Spartans fell behind early and played catch up for the rest of the game, in a 75-51 loss at home.
Welcoming in the Yellowjackets of Rochester Community and Technical College, on Feb. 11, the M State Spartans men’s basketball team picked up a solid 85-64 victory. The first time around it had been the Yellowjackets who had won (84-50). M State held a 43-35 halftime advantage.
Taking on the Golden Rams of Anoka-Ramsey, for the second time on the season, the M State Lady Spartans basketball squad could not overcome a big second quarter for the visitors, falling via a 60-48 score.
Taking on the Golden Rams of Anoka-Ramsey, on Feb. 1, the M State Spartans men’s basketball team picked up a 75-68 home victory. They forced 23 turnovers and held the Rams to 38.6% shooting from the floor.
In a wild affair, the M State Spartans men’s basketball team fell to the Ridgewater Warriors, 79-78, on Jan. 25. The Warriors got a coast-to-coast lay-up with just under two seconds left to pick up the road win.
The Yellowjackets of Rochester Community and Technical College shot 45% (33/73) against the M State Spartans, on Jan. 21, in an 84-50 home win. They also hit 42% (8/19) from downtown. Meanwhile, M State was just 34.5% (19-55) from the floor and made just 5/22 three-pointers.
The M State Spartans men’s basketball defeated St. Cloud Technical and Community College by the score of 83 to 69, on Jan. 18. The M State victory allowed the Spartans to move into a three-way tie for third place while handing SCTC their first conference loss of the year. The game started wi…
Opening up division play in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference, on Thursday, the M State Spartans men’s basketball team rallied in the second half but could not overcome a quiet first half, falling to Anoka-Ramsey 79-61.