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Underwood junior Liz Lukken helped her team claim the consolation championship, at the 2023 Class A State Tournament. She was also named to the all-tournament team.

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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). 

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The coaches for Minnesota College Athletic Conference basketball have named their postseason honors. The M State men’s and women’s basketball teams each had players nominated to MCAC honors.

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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.

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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.

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On the road, on Feb. 15, to take on Saint Cloud Technical and Community College, the M State Spartans men’s basketball team left their shooting prowess at home, in a 74-57 loss.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Taking on the No. 1 ranked Rochester Community and Technical College women’s basketball team, on Jan. 21, the M State Lady Spartans fell behind early and could not recover, in a 96-36 loss.

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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.

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Hosting Saint Cloud Technical and Community College, on Jan. 18, the M State Lady Spartans picked up a 73-68 home victory. There were 15 lead changes in the game and 13 ties.

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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…

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On the road, on Jan. 11, in divisional play, the M State Lady Spartans basketball team played from behind most of the night in an 86-56 win for the Lady Jays of Minnesota West.

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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.

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