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ARKANSAS
#1 Jonesboro 32-0, #2 Little Rock Mills 31-2, #3 Fort Smith Northside 23-7, #4 El Dorado 28-5, #5 North Little Rock 25-5, #6 Little Rock Parkview 28-6, #7 Maumelle 27-5, #8. Little Rock Baptist Prep 31-4, #9 Little Rock Central 19-10, #10 Little Rock Hall 19-12.….Saw the #1 Jonesboro Hurricane smash a very good #4 El Dorado 74-57 to win the Arkansas 6A State Championship with an undefeated season. Saw Little Rock Mills defeat #6 Parkview 65-61 to win the Arkansas 5A State Championship. On March 11, I saw Northside defeat #5 North Little Rock 50-49 to win the 7A State Championship. Saw Maumelle in their first game of the year defeat Morrilton 68-56 in an Arkansas 5A Conference game. Saw Baptist Prep win the Arkansas 4A State Championship with a 59-51 win over Pea Ridge. Saw Little Rock Central lose to FS Northside 75-64 in a 7A Central Conference game. Could find no video on Little Rock Hall as yet.

TENNESSEE
#1 Memphis East 35-3. #2 Brentwood Academy 30-2, #3 Oak Ridge 31-3, #4 Memphis Southwind 33-7, #5 Chattanooga McCallie 27-8, #6 Knoxville Catholic 31-2, #7 Memphis Whitehaven 21-8, #8 Maplewood 29-7, #9 Nashville Ensworth 18-10, #10 Cleveland 25-4.….On March 18, I saw Memphis East defeat Memphis Southwind 65-45 to win the Tennessee Division 1 AAA State Championship. Saw East suffer two of their three losses, the first being 72-64 to Chattanooga Hamilton Heights Christian in  Geico ESPN High School Showcase @ Memphis Southwind, Tennessee HS and the second coming at the hands of Sierra Canyon, CA in the Bass Pro Shops 33rd Annual TOC @ JQH Arena, Springfield, Missouri. Also below I watched East edge #3 Oak Ridge 63-60 in the Division 1 AAA semifinal. Saw Brentwood Academy defeat McCallie 74-42 to win their third consecutive Tennessee Division 2 AA State Title. Then saw Southwind defeat Franklin Independence 83-71 in the other Division 1 AAA semifinal. Saw Oak Ridge get past Brentwood 53-45 in a Division 1 AAA quarterfinal. Saw Knoxville Catholic defeat Whites Creek 56-53 in a Division 2 AA semifinal.    Saw Whitehaven lose to Southwind 57-52 in the Region 8-AAA semifinal. Saw Division 1 AA State Champion, Maplewood edge Haywood 57-56 in the other D-1 AA semifinal. Saw Ensworth defeat Nashville Christ Presbyterian 71-50 in a mid-season non-conference game. Saw Cleveland defeat Bradley 71-61 in an early season D-5 3A league game.

KENTUCKY
#1 Bowling Green 36-2, #2 Fern Creek 35-3, #3 Scott County 31-6, #4 Louisville Ballard 29-7, #5 Louisville Trinity 29-4, #6 Cooper 31-5, #7 Covington Catholic 29-6, #8 Hopkinsville 23-6, #9 Lexington Dunbar 21-9, #10 Lexington Catholic 24-9.….Back on March 19, I saw Bowling Green win the Kentucky State Championship with a 67-56 win over Cooper. BG was led by a 5-10 8th grader, Zion Harmon with 18 points. Harmon averaged 17 scoring 69 points in the four games in the Sweet 16. Below here, I saw them defeat #3 Scott County 68-53 in the Kentucky State quarterfinal in a game that was very close until the last two minutes of the game.  In another great game, saw #2 Fern Creek defeat #4 Ballard in the Sweet 16 quarterfinal, 55-52. Also saw Fern Creek defeat #5 Louisville Trinity 65-58 in overtime to win the Louisville Invitational Tournament, and saw them defeat #8 Hopkinsville 81-64 in the Sweet 16 First Round. Saw Scott County use a 57-point second half to defeat Pulaski County 83-54 a the Sweet 16 First Round game. Saw Ballard defeat Taylor County 69-33 in another first round game. Saw Trinity defeat Madison Central 60-41 in a non-league game. Saw Cooper defeat Collins 58-33 in a Kentucky State quarterfinal game. Saw Covington Catholic dominate Louisville St. Xavier 73-47 in a Non-League game in December. Only game on the net for Hopkinsville was an 81-64 loss to #2 Fern Creek in a Kentucky Sweet 16 First Round game. Saw Dunbar defeat Russellville 76-67 in a First Round game in the Traditional Bank Holiday Tournament @ Lexington Catholic. In a great double-overtime game, I saw Lexington Catholic defeat Perry County Central 72-66.

WEST VIRGINIA
#1 Huntington 22-5, #2 Charleston Capital 23-5, #3 Morgantown University High 24-3, #4 Morgantown 20-6, #5 Fairmont 25-3, #6 Martinsburg 17-9, #7 Chapmanville 23-5, #8 Charleston George Washington 19-7, #9 Beckley Woodrow Wilson 18-7, #10 Bluefield 22-4.….Interesting fact I just learned about West Virginiia. Each Class has eight Regions with the eight winners going to Charleston for the state tournament. But the seedings for the tornment include votes from each coach. Not sure if they are the only ones voting but they do get a vote. Back on March 18, I saw Huntington avenge two regular season defeats and beat Charleston Capital 50-42 for the West Virginia AAA State Championship. Also saw the Highlanders defeat University 73-65 in the AAA State semifinal. Saw Capital defeat Parkersburg South in the AAA State quarterfinals. Saw #3 University defeat #4 Martinsburg 58-46 in another AAA quarterfinal game. Saw Morgantown defeat George Washington 56-45 in yet another AAA quarterfinal. Saw Fairmont defeat Chapmanville 59-54 to win the West Virginia AA State Championship. Then saw Champmanville with the AA Region 4 title with a 65-44 win over Winfield. Saw George Washington defeat Woodrow Wilson 82-67 to win the AAA Region 3 title. Saw Wilson defeat Greenbrier East 58-49 in a regular season game. Only chance to see Bluefield was in a 63-59 upset loss to Lincoln County in the West Virginia AA Quarterfinals.

OHIO
#1 Massillon Jackson 28-2, #2 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 28-1, #3 Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 25-5, #4 Trotwood-Madison 26-3, #5 Pickering Central 26-3, #6 Lakewood St. Edward 23-6, #7 Cleveland St. Ignatius 19-6, #8 Cincinnati LaSalle 24-4, #9 Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 23-6, #10 Toledo St John‘s Jesuit 21-5, Tie #10 Cincinnati Roger Bacon 25-5.…Thanks to Time Warner Cable and Spectrum Sports who make sure you can't watch playoff games unless you live in Ohio and won't even allow you to pay a fee for games they have on demand on the Spectrum Sports web site, I had to search for regular season games or games in Classic‘s. Right below here I saw Jackson defeat North Canton Hoover 70-42 in the Canton Division 1 District Championship. Earlier I saw them split two games with Hoover, losing the first time 65-54 on the road, then winning at home 66-49. I also saw them defeat Canton McKinley 75-64 and 83-65, Lake High 50-44 and Our Savior New American , NY 58-52 @ Flyin’ To The Hoop Invitational. Finally saw them lose their second and last game of the year, 74-72 to #3 St. Vincent-St Mary. Only game I could find on Moeller was a 60-24 crushing of Cincinnati Winton Woods. Saw SVSM defeat Pickerington North 64-56 @ the Flyin’ To The Hoop Invitational, and earlier the win @ Jackson. Only found one game on Trotwood-Madison and it was a 100-83 loss to basketball factory Prolific Prep again @ Flyin’ To The Hoop Invitational. The score was misleading as T-W lost two starters to fouls in the third quarter and another in the fourth. When they were in the game it was any ones game to win. Saw Pickerington Central defeat Hazel Park, Michigan 85-59 in the Fastbreak Invitational. Earlier had seen them lose to Marietta Wheeler, Georgia 64-54 in the Flyin’ To The Hoop Invitational. Saw St. Edwards defeat Loraine 76-63 in a regular season game.  Saw St. Ignatius defeat St. Edward 75-72 in overtime on the road. Earlier in January they lost to North Canton Hoover 77-58 in the Mercy Medical Classic @ Hoover High. There is no video to be found on LaSalle. Three of their four losses came to Moeller and none is even on highlight video. Got to actually see one full state final game as a fan did the video of Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph edging Roger Bacon 54-52 for the Ohio Division III State Championship. Saw St. John’s Jesuit defeat Novi, Michigan 67-39 in the Motor City Roundball Classic. Saw Roger Bacon in the Flyin’ To The Hoop Classic defeating Tipp City Bethel 74-54.…I never before ever had a tie, but I got to see both teams play full games and they deserve to both be in the Top 10. This Top 10 was very even. Every one with the exception of LaSalle played other members in the Top 10 and several teams beat teams that were ahead of them in the ratings but also lost to teams behind them. Despite not being able to watch state finals or semifinals, I found good games for everyone but LaSalle.

MICHIGAN 
#1 Clarkston 27-1, #2 Grand Rapids Christian 27-1, # 3 East Lansing 24-1, #4 Holland West Ottawa 23-2, #5 Romulus 21-5, #6 Detroit U-D Jesuit 20-4, #7 New Haven 27-1, #8 Flint Beecher 23-5, #9 Ludington 25-3, #10 River Rouge 24-2.….On March 25, I saw Clarkston win the A State  Championship by defeating Grand Rapids Christian 75-69. Below I saw them defeat Saginaw 70-50 in the A quarterfinals. Saw GR Christian defeat Kalamazoo Central 66-46 also in the A quarterfinals. Saw East Lansing defeat Lansing Everett 61-56 in an A District Championship @ Everett. Nowhere on the internet is any even highlight video on Holland West Ottawa. Saw #5 Romulus defeat #6 U-D Jesuit 66-63 in an A quarterfinal game. Then because I try to watch each team winning a game, I saw U-D Jesuit defeat Romulus 71-58 earlier in a regular season game. Saw #7 New Haven defeat #9 Ludington 45-36 to win the Michigan B State Championship. Saw Flint Beecher defeat Covenant Christian 73-59 to win their third consecutive C State Championship. Saw $9 Ludington defeat #19 River Rouge 51-50 in overtime in the B State semifinal. Also saw Ludington defeat Lake Fenton 69-43 in the B quarterfinals and River Rouge edge Williamstown 54-51 in another B quarterfinal game. North Central, unranked, won their third consecutive Class D State Championship, all three times being undefeated and ended the season on an 83-game winning streak. I watched them like last year because of the long wining streak but they don’t play any games against higher class teams. The team they beat in double-overtime in the quarterfinals, played four Class A teams and lost most of them in blowouts. In this final 78-69 win over Buckley they scored 38 points in the first quarter making their first 13 shots and 17 of 18 before missing two forced shots in the last 10 seconds.

INDIANA 
#1 Indianapolis Ben Davis 23-5, #2 Fort Wayne North Side 27-3, #3  Indianapolis North Central 23-5, #4 Newburg Castle 24-4, #5 New Albany 25-4, #6 Carmel 22-5, #7 Lafayette McCutcheon 23-3, #8 Indianapolis Warren Central 21-3, #9 Fort Wayne Homestead 23-5, #10 Hamilton Southeastern 20-5…..On March 25, I saw Ben Davis defeat North Side 55-52 to win the Indiana AAAA State Championship. Below I saw them defeat Chicago Kenwood, Illinois 91-64 in the Manuel Extravaganza. Saw North Side defeat Homestead 57-38 in Indiana AAAA Logansport Regional semifinal. Saw North Central blast Richmond 105-21 in a Non-League game. Only game I could find on Castle was a 74-71 loss to Ben Davis in the AAAA Seymour Semi-State. Saw New Albany defeat Center Grove 57-52 in the AAAA Seymour Regional semifinal. Saw #6 Carmel defeat #7 NcCutcheon 68-61 in the Logansport Regional semifinal. Then saw McCutcheon defeat Richmond 84-67 in a Non-League game. I saw Warren Central defeat Hamilton Southeastern 69-58 in a regular season game. Then I saw Homestead defeat Fort Wayne Snyder 64-59 in the SAC Holiday Tournament semifinal. Last I saw Southeastern beat Anderson 68-44 in the Indiana AAAA Sectional 8 semifinal.

ILLINOIS
#1 Chicago Whitney Young 27-5, #2 Chicago Simeon 29-4, #3 Chicago Morgan Park 26-4, #4 Evanston 28-4, #5 Bolingbrook 30-2, #6  Edwardsville 30-2, #7 Palatine Fremd 31-#8 Chicago Curie 24-3, #9 Oak Park Fenwick 27-5, #10 Chicago Orr 21-5.….. On March 18, I saw Whitney Young avenge two regular seasons losses and defeat Simeon 60-50 to win the Illinois AAAA State Championship. Below here I saw Young defeat Queens Archbishop Molloy, NY 81-76 in the Gonzaga DC Classic Third Place Game. Back in December I saw them lose to Chicago Kenwood 67-65 in the Chicago Elite Classic. Saw Simeon defeat Oak Park River Forest 65-45 in the Pontiac Holiday Tournament Quarterfinal. In December I saw Simeon defeat Washington Gonzaga 73-58 in the Chicago Elite Classic and then in the Pontiac Holiday Championship saw them defeat Benet Academy 52-50 for that title. Saw Morgan Park win the Illinois AAA State Championship with a 69-67 overtime victory over #9 Oak Park Fenwick. Below saw Evanston defeat Scott County, KY 68-59 in the quarterfinals of the Beach Ball Classic. In December I also saw them defeat Atlanta Pace Academy, 57-44 in the semifinals and lose to Philadelphia Imhotep Charter, PA 78-76 both in the Beach Ball Classic. Below I saw #5 Bolingbrook defeat #7 Fremd 70-66 in the AAAA State Third Place game. Saw Edwardsville defeat East St. Louis 66-55 in a Southwestern Conference game. Below I saw Fremd defeat Mid-Suburban West Conference foe, Conant 42-41 to break a tie which led to the Conference title. Saw Curie edge a strong Bloomington team, 61-60 in the Fifth Place Semifinal of the Pontiac Holiday Tournament. Back in December I had seen them beat East St. Louis in the Chicago Elite Classic. Saw Oak Park Fenwick defeat city rival Oak Park River Forest 63-47 in overtime at the Chicago Elite Classic. Saw Chicago Orr win the Illinois AA State Championship with a 59-39 victory over Mt. Carmel. Back in December I had seen them put away Miller Grove Georgia  64-61 also in the Chicago Elite Classic.

MISSOURI
#1 Webster Groves 29-2, #2  St. Louis Vashon 27-3, #3 Springfield Kickapoo 26-5, #4 Lee’s Summit West 26-3, #5 St. Louis Chaminade 24-6, #6 Nixa 25-3, #7 Sikeston 24-4, #8 St Louis St Mary’s 25-4, #9 Kansas City Park Hill 20-6, #10 Columbia Rock Bridge 22-5.....Back on March 18, I watched Webster Groves run away for a 70-35 rout of a very good Lee’s Summit for the Missouri Class 5 State Championship. Below I saw them in the Best of the Midwest Showcase defeat Iowa 4A State Champion, Iowa City West 76-68. Also saw them edge Springfield Kickapoo 58-57 in the Class 5 semifinal. Saw Vashon defeat Bolivar 44-32 for the Missouri Class 4 State Championship. Back in November, I saw them defeat Marietta Wheeler, Georgia 69-67 in the Holiday Hoopsgiving Classic in Atlanta. Saw Kickapoo take third place in the Class 5 State Tournament with an 89-78 victory over Chaminade. Saw Lee’s Summit West defeat Chaminade 74-69 in a Class 5 semifinal game. Besides the two losses in the semifinals and third place game, I saw Chaminade also travel to the Best of the Midwest Showcase where they lost to Kansas’s 6A State Champion, Blue Valley Northwest 87-83 in double-overtime. I did see them win a game. Back in December they beat Chicago Uplift 86-71 in the Chicago Elite Classic. Watched Nixa defeat Greenwood 70-61 in the Blue & Gold Holiday Tournament quarterfinal game. Saw Sikeston win a Class 4 Sectional with a 70-56 win over Hillsboro. Watched St. Mary’s win a thriller over St. Louis Catholic League foe, Christian Brothers 78-72. As happens every now and then there was no kind of video to be found for Kansas City Park Hill. Saw Rock Bridge win a non-conference game from Kansas City Hope Prep Charter 76-55.

1OWA 
#1 Iowa City West 23-3, #2 West Des Moines Valley 21-5, #3 Sioux City East 22-3, #4 Hull Western Christian 24-2, #5 Council Bluffs Lincoln 19-4, #6 Pella Christian 22-5, #7 Newton 19-6, #8 Pella 22-3, #9 Dubuque 19-4, #10 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 19-7.….
On March 11, I saw Iowa City West defeat West Des Moines Valley 64-50 to win the Iowa AAAA State Championship. Below I saw them defeat #10 Kennedy 61-37 in the Iowa AAAA State Semifinals. Also saw them in the Best of the Midwest Showcase @ Blue Valley Northeast losing 76-68 to Missouri Class 5 State Champion, Webster Grove on the Missouri page. Saw #2 Valley defeat #3 Sioux City East 64- 54 in the other AAAA Semifinal. Then saw East defeat #5 Lincoln 79-63 in the Iowa AAAA Substate 1 title game. Saw #4 Western Christian win the Iowa AA State Championship with a 62-50 win over #5 Pella Christian. Saw Pella Christian defeat Indianola 55-50 in a Little Hawkeye Conference game. Saw #7 Newton defeat #8 Pella 68-45 in another Little Hawkeye Conference game. Saw Pella defeat Pella Christian, minus their top big-man 83-67 in yet another Little Hawkeye Conference game. Saw Dubuque defeat Marion Linn-Mar 52-47 in a non-conference and saw Kennedy defeat Cedar Falls 48-41 in a Iowa AAAA Substate Final.     

WISCONSIN
#1 LaCrosse Central 26-2, #2 Stevens Point 24-4, #3 Oshkosh North 25-1, #4 Madison Memorial 23-4, #5 Appleton Xavier 28-0, #6 Ripon 26-1, #7 Kimberly 21-5, #8 Middleton 19-6, #9 Cedarburg 25-3, #10 Milwaukee Washington 22-5.….Back on March 18, I watched Stevens Point hammer Hartland Arrowhead 85-56 for their third consecutive Wisconsin Division 1 State Championship. However LaCrosse Central who defeated Cedarburg 55-53 to win the Division 2 State Championship, had defeated Stevens Point in the regular season, so they ended up with the #1 ranking. Also saw Stevens Point give #3 Oshkosn North their only defeat of the season in a 76-61 in in the Division 1 Sectional #1 Championship. Also saw Stephens Point defeat #4 Madison Memorial 48-41 in the Division 1 State Semifinal. As I tried to see all the rated teams in games they won also, I saw Oshkosh North edge #7 Kimberly 58-57 in a Fox Valley Association game. Saw #4 Memorial defeat $8 Middleton 53-50 in a Big Eight Conference game. Then saw Appleton Xavier defeat Ripon 81-74, in a battle of two 26-0 teams, to win the Wisconsin Division 3 State Championship. Saw Ripon defeay Greendale Martin Luther 78-63 in the Division 3 Sectional 4 Championship. Saw Kimberly crush defending Division 2 state champion Kanhauna 80-54 in a Fox Valley Association game. Saw Middleton defeat Sun Prairie 58-41 in a Big Eight Conference game. Saw #9 Cedarburg go double-overtime to top #10 Milwaukee Washington 73-70 in a Division 2 State Semifinal. Finally I saw Washington defeat Sacramento Christian Brothers, CA 63-52 in the Saint Hope Elite Classic semifinals. 
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Re: Arkansas
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2017, 11:08:17 AM »

Little Rock keeps having a lot of good teams
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Re: Arkansas
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2017, 11:24:07 AM »

Little Rock keeps having a lot of good teams
Yes but Jonesboro beat most of them by 20, they really were one of the top 5 Public schools in the country.
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Re: Arkansas
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2017, 01:20:00 PM »

Yeah in saw Jonesboro they wered great
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Re: AR, TN, KY, WV, OH, MI, IN, IL, MO, IA, WI, MN
« Reply #4 on: June 26, 2017, 08:38:08 PM »

MINNESOTA
#1 Apple Valley 30-2, #2 Champlin Park 31-1, #3 Wayzata 28-4, #4  Maple Grove 28-4, #5 Minneapolis DeLaSalle 26-3, #6 Lakeville North 28-4, #7 Minnetonka Hopkins 23-6, #8 Minneapolis North 32-2, #9 Osseo 21-8, #10 St. Paul Creitin-Derham Hall 23-9.….Could not watch state finals this year because Grand Stadium TV, who does the high school sports tournaments for Minnesota, decided not to put boys basketball on their site which they still charged $3.99 a game to watch, but instead sold DVD’s for a whopping $35 per game. But there are two Cable Channels around the Minneapolis area that do games and load them to You Tube. There coverage is much better than Grand Stadium  anyway. They covered 8 of these top 10 teams and since at least four of that Top Ten are in the same class as any top team in the nation, I’m watching all of their games, which is a first for me…..Back on March 25, I saw Apple Valley give Champlin Park their only defeat of the year in a 60-54 win for the Minnesota AAAA State Championship. Really couldn’t find Apple Valley against other strong teams, but did see them beat South Suburban League foe, Prior Lake 71-61 and 86-66. Also saw them defeat Shakopee 80-56 in another League game. Saw Champlin Park defeat Hopkins 99-79 in a South Suburban League game, saw them defeat Mounds View 69-40 in a Section 5 AAAA semifinal and Osesso 79-74 in the Section Championship game. Then saw them eke out a 53-50 win over unranked Chaska in the Minnesota AAAA Quarterfinals. They trailed most of the game but won on an off balanced three at the buzzer by Sam Dubois. Back in February I saw them defeat heated rival, Maple Grove 70-60. Saw Wayzata defeat Bloomington 66-53 in a Non-Conference game. Saw them defeat Minnetonka 76-56 in a Lake Conference game. Then saw them defeat St. Louis Park 73-46 in a Minnesota Section 6 AAAA Semifinal and Minnetonka Hopkins 66-51 in the Section Championship. Then saw them edge Lakeville North 69-66 in a Minnesota AAAA State Quarterfinal. Earlier had seen them lose to Hopkins. Saw Maple Grove get beat in an early season in a Northwest Suburban 2 game. 61-56 to Park Center and then win a Northwest Suburban 2 game over Osseo 65-61. Saw them defeat Rogers 69-64 to win the AAAA Section 8 Championship and then defeat Andover 73-50 in a Minnesota AAAA State Quarterfinal game. Back on February saw them lose to Champlin Park 70-60. Saw no games on DelaSalle but saw a full game highlight of the win over Austin 72-44 to win their sixth consecutive Minnesota AAA State Championship. Joined Flo Hoops to watch the Wisconsin-Minnesota Border Battle only to find out it is the only Showcase/Tournament they do not archive. While looking around the sight I found the Breakdown USA Tip-Off Classic @ Minnetonka Hopkins High School. There were 16 games played in one day at one site on two full courts in the gym. I watched seven of the games all on the same floor and here are the scores of the games I saw. Spring Grove 58 Browerville/Eagle Valley 48, Minneapolis North 79 Minnehaha Academy 74, Tartan 77 Robbinsdale Armstrong 71, Minnetonka Hopkins 96 Rochester John Marshall 62, Lakeville North 82 St. Paul Cretin-Derham Hall 74 (OT), Maple Grove 67 Minneapolis DeLaSalle 64, Champlin Park 91 Apple Valley 84.

NORTH DAKOTA
#1 Minot 25-2, #2 Bismarck Century 22-5, #3 Fargo Davies 25-2, #4  West Fargo 21-6, #5 Dickinson 23-4, #6 Hillsboro/Central Valley 24-3, #7 Four Winds/Minnewaukan  25-2, First state in awhile did not go to ten teams, it would have been hard to rate three more plus nearly impossible to find game video on any of them.….It was really hard getting to watch games this year. Thanks to Turtle Mountain who played three of the top 10 and had all their games on the Cube. Several others were on the Cube, but this year many schools shut their games down right after they were shown live. According to the Cube they have no idea why.....Back on March 11, I saw Minot win the A State Championship with a 56-42 win over Century. Had to watch a full game highlight video on Minot High Schools website. Also saw them defeat Turtle Mountain 92-73 in an A Western Regional semifinal.Saw Century defeat Turtle Mountain 62-52. Saw Davies edge Fargo rival, Shanley 65-62. Saw Dickinson defeat Turtle Mountain 105-72 and then listened on radio to Hillsboro/Central Valley get a three at the buzzer to defeat Four Winds/Minnewaukan 63-60 to win the Class B State Championship.

SOUTH DAKOTA 
#1 Sioux Falls O'Gorman 22-3, #2 Rapid City Stevens 18-6, #3  Brookings 21-6, #4 Tea Area 21-4, #5 Madison 20-5, #6 Sioux Falls Christian 20-6, #7 Sioux Falls Lincoln 13-11, #8 Bridgewater/Emery 26-0, #9 Huron 18-8, #10 Wolsey-Wessington 22-3.….Back on March 18, I saw O’Gorman defeat Aberdeen Central 69-57 to win the South Dakota AA State Championship. Below saw them defeat #6 Sioux Christian 73-50 in a Non-Region game. Saw Stevens take fifth place in the AA state tournament with a 62-48 win over #9 Huron. Saw Brookings defeat Brandon Valley 68-56 in a Region 1AA state qualifier game. Saw Tea Area defeat #5 Madison 72- 65 for the South Dakota A State Championship. Saw Sioux Falls Christian defeat Tri-Valley 64-49 in the A Third Place Game. Saw Lincoln defeat Pierre T.F. Riggs 67-31 in the AA Third Place Game. Saw Bridgewater/Emery keep their undefeated record with a 63-58 win over Wolsey-Wessington for the South Dakota B State Championship. Saw Huron defeat Watertown in a season-opening Eastern South Dakota Conference game.

NEBRASKA
#1 Norfolk 23-4, #2 Papillion-La Vista 24-5, #3 Kearney 22-5, #4 Omaha Creighton Prep 21-4, #5 Gretna 27-2, #6 Omaha Central 19-6, #7 Omaha South 19-7, #8 Scottsbluff 26-3, #9 Bellevue West 17-8, #10 Aurora 25-2.….Back on March 11, Norfolk defeated Papillion-Lavista 68-49 to win the Nebraska A State Championship. I did get to see the game but only because I purchased a DVD from NET Network. Below I watched Norfolk defeat #7 Omaha South 53-38 in the A state semifinal. Watched Papillion-Lavista again in a 62-50 win over #3 Kearney in the other A semifinal. Saw Kearney defeat #6 Omaha Central 61-50 in the A State Quarterfinals. Saw Creighton Prep defeat #7 Omaha South 77-61 in a regular season game. Saw Gretna defeat Alliance 73-46 in the Nebraska B State Semifinals. Saw Central defeat Omaha North 71-64 in a Nebraska A5 District Championship and saw South give #10, Aurora their first loss of the season 57-52 in the Heartland Hoops Classic, Saw Scottsbluff upset previously #1 Aurora 76-67 in the other B State Semifinal. Got to see Bellevue West defeat Omaha Westside 64-51 in a regular season game. Then saw Aurora blast Elkhorn South 75-46 in the Nebraska B State Quarterfinals.

KANSAS
#1 Shawnee Mission Bishop Miege 22-3, #2 Overland Park Blue Valley North West 22-3, #3 Holcomb 25-1, #4 Shawnee Heights 22-3, #5 Goddard Eisenhower 23-2, #6 Salina Sacred Heart 25-1, #7 Wichita Collegiate 22-3, #8 McPherson 20-5, #9 Salina Central 20-3, #10 Liberal 18-3.….Saw #1, Bishop Miege win the Kansas 4A DI State Championship with a 67-53 win over #8 McPherson. Also saw them defeat Abilene 54-36 in the semifinals. On March 11, Blue Valley Northwest defeated Lawrence 64-61 to win the Kansas 6A State Championship. Since Cox Cable doesn’t allow you to watch the games unless you live their I listened to it on 810 Varsity. I also saw them defeat St. Louis Chaminade 87-83 in double-overtime in the 810 Varsity Best of the Midwest Showcase. This game was seen while doing Missouri. Saw Holcomb win the Kansas 4A DII State Championship with a 60-45 win over Pratt. Saw #4 Shawnee Heights defeat $5 Eisenhower 57-55 in overtime in the Kansas 5A State Semifinal. Then saw Eisenhower defeat Wichita Archbishop Carroll in the 5A State Quarterfinal. Saw Sacred Heart win the Kansas 2A State final with a 59-51 win over St. John-Hudson. Also saw them defeat Central Plains 66-52 in a Non-Conference game. Saw Collegiate defeat Frontenac 79-69 in the Kansas 4A DII State Quarterfinal. Saw McPherson defeat Andover Central 61-51 in a Kansas 4A DI Semifinal game. Saw Salina Central in a Non-Conference 63-55 win over Maize South and Liberal defeat Buhler 47-45 in the Salina Invitational Fifth Place Game.

OKLAHOMA
#1 Edmond North 27-2, #2 Tulsa Union 27-1, #3 Midwest City 22-3, #4 Tulsa Memorial 25-3, #5 Putman City North 23-6, #6 Midwest City Carl Albert 26-2, #7 Norman North 19-6, #8 Tulsa Booker T. Washington 21-8, #9 Broken Arrow 20-8, #10 El Reno 24-4.….Back on March 11, Edmond North defeated Tulsa Booker T. Washington 78-53 to win the Oklahoma 6A State Championship. Cox TV who in the past put their games on Cox Hub did not do so this year, so I could not watch the game. They also did not put many of their game of the week games on Cox Hub, so it was hard to find winning games for some of the teams, although I did see them all play, win or lose. Saw Edmond North defeat #5 Putman City North 67-62 in the 6A State Semifinal and #9 Broken Arrow 77-69 in the 6A State Quarterfinals. Saw Tulsa Union defeat Putman City West 73-62 in a 6A Quarterfinal. Then saw them get upset by Tulsa Washington 69-66 in overtime in a 6A State Quarterfinal. Could not find a winning game for Midwest City, saw them in an upset 75-68 loss to # 5 Putman City North. Saw Tulsa Memorial win the 5A State Semifinal over El Reno 69-65. Saw Putman City North in their win over Midwest City and the loss to Edmond North.  No winning game for Carl Albert, saw them lose to Claremont 83-82 in overtime in the 5A State Semifinal. No winning game found for Norman North either. Saw them in the Thanksgiving HoopFest in Duncanville, Texas losing to Dallas Skyline, Texas 66-55. Saw Booker T. Washington upset Tulsa Union 66-69 in the 6A State Semifinals as well as the loss to Edmond North in the 6A State Final. No winning game saw on Broken Arrow. Saw them lose to Edmond North 77-69 in the 6A State Quarterfinals. Saw El Reno lose to Union in the 5A State Semifinal.

TEXAS
#1 Cypress Falls 35-3, #2 Dallas Skyline 34-2, #3 Klein Forest 34-1, #4 San Antonio Susan Wagner 36-3,  # 5 Houston Math, Science & Tech 34-3, #6 Austin Westlake 25-6 #7 Keller 33-3, #8 Cedar Hill 29-5, #9 Mansfield Timberview 32-8, #10  Waxahachie 29-6.….Back on March 11, I saw Cypress Falls defeat #4 Susan Wagner 63-57 to win the Texas 6A State Championship. Also saw them defeat #2 Skyline 46-43 in triple-overtime in the 6A State Semifinals. Saw full game video of Skyline giving #3 Kline Forest their first and only loss of the season 33-29 in the 6A Region 2 Championship. Also saw them defeat Norman North, Oklahoma 66-57 in the Thanksgiving Hoopfest in Duncanville, Texas. That game was seen on the Oklahoma page. Saw full game video of Klein Forest defeating Springfield Westfield 82-67 in the 6A Region 2 Quarterfinal. Besides their loss in the final to Cypress Falls, I saw Wagner defeat #7 Keller 56-44 in the Texas 6A State Semifinal. Besides their loss in the final to Cypress Falls, I saw Wagner defeat #7 Keller 56-44 in the Texas 6A State Semifinal. Saw Houston MS&T defeat Houston Westside 62-59 in a 6A Region II District 18 game. Saw Westlake defeat Cedar Hill 64-48 in the Thanksgiving Hoopfest @ Duncanville, TX. Besides their loss to Susan Wagner I saw Keller defeat Allen 69-61 in the Texas 6A Region 1 Semifinal. Besides the loss to Westlake, I saw Cedar Hill defeat Duncanville 73-55 in a Texas 6A Region 1 District 7 League Game. Saw Tiberview defeat Fort Bend Marshall 74-66 to win the Texas 5A State Championship. Found no winning games for Waxahachie lose to Cibolo Steele 67-66 in the Thanksgiving Hoop Fest.

NEW MEXICO
#1 Las Cruces 27-5, #2 Rio Rancho Cleveland 22-8,  #3 Las Cruces Onate 23-6, #4 Roswell 25-4, #5 Albuquerque Hope Christian 26-5 , #6 Rio Rancho 20-9, #7 Volcano Vista 18-12, #8 Albuquerque Cibola 23-6, #9 Albuquerque Eldorado 20-7, #10 Los Lumas 25-6.….
Back on March 11, I watched #7 Volcano Vista upset #1 Las Cruces 59-47 to win the New Mexico 6A State Championship. Volcano had upset four straight opponents to even reach the title game all teams they had lost to during the season. No rating at the end of the season had them higher then my #7. Saw #1 Las Cruces get a layup with one second on the clock to beat #2 Cleveland 47-45 in the 6A Semifinal. Cleveland actually got a great shot from just behind the three-point line that hit the backboard dropped to the rim but fell off that would have given them the win. Then saw Cleveland defeat #8 Cibola 74-59 in a 6A quarterfinal game. Way back on January 20, in a great game, I saw Cleveland defeat #6 Rio Rancho 105-103 in overtime. Saw Onate defeat Rio Rancho 81-76 in the finals of the Rio Rancho Holiday Tournament. Saw Roswell defeat Santa Fe Capital 74-53 to win the New Mexico 5A State Championship. Saw Hope Christian defeat Portales 58-46 to win the New Mexico 4A State Championship. Saw Rio Rancho defeat #7 Volcano Vista 63-54 in a 6A District 1 regular season game. Saw Volcano Vista defeat Atrisco Heritage 49-45 in a 6A State Semifinal. Saw Cibola defeat LaCueva 61-50 in a Non-Conference game. Saw Eldorado defeat Santa Fe 54-44 in a New Mexico 6A Quarterfinal. Saw Los Lunas defeat Farmington 63-51 in a 5A State Quarterfinal.

COLORADO 
#1 Eaglecrest 24-4, #2 Denver George Washington 25-3, #3 Highlands Ranch Rock Canyon 23-4, #4 Highlands Ranch ThunderRidge 24-3, #5 Aurora Grandview 21-5, #6 Littleton Chatfield 24-2, #7 Colorado Springs Doherty 20-4, #8 Denver East 16-8, #9 Highlands Ranch Valor Christian 24-4, #10.….Back on March 11, I saw Eaglecrest defeat George Washington 53-47 for the Colorado 5A State Championship. Below here, I watched them defeat Rock Springs 61-60 in overtime in the Colorado 5A State Semifinal. Also saw George Washington defeat ThunderRidge 61-56 in the other 5A State Semifinal. Saw Rock Canyon defeat #5 Grandview 42-40 in the 5A State Quarterfinal. Then saw ThunderRidge defeat Aurora Regis Jesuit 63-58 in a 5A/4A Continental League Game. Back in December, I watched ThunderRidge losing to Tallahassee Godby, Florida 62-53 in the Tarkanian Classic Eastbay Division Championship. Saw Grandview defeat Cherry Creek 57-46 in a 5A Centennial League game. Also saw Chatfield defeat Ralston Valley 77-60 in a 5A Jeffco League game. Saw Doherty defeat Colorado Springs Rampart 79-74 in a 5A Colorado Springs Metro League game. Only winning Denver East I could watch was a blowout game. So I watched them in a great 99-96 overtime loss to Denver GW in a game that decided first place in the 5A/4A Denver Prep League. Saw Valor Christian win the Colorado 4A State Championship with a 68-55 win over Lewis-Palmer. Last game I saw in Colorado, was Smoky Hill defeating Cherokee Trail 71-65 in a 5A/4A Centennial League game.
 
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Re: AR, TN, KY, WV, OH, MI, IN, IL, MO, IA, WI, MN
« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2017, 04:31:08 PM »

Great job./ I thought i USED TO WATCH ND BUT MAYBE THAT WAS SD
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« Reply #6 on: June 28, 2017, 07:55:54 PM »

You can watch North Dakota the same day the game is played but Iowa was the same day and you also needed to watch that day and I wanted to see four games in Iowa. Last year the station manager send me DVD's of A and B final, this year he sent me a link to buy them but there are twenty five apiece. I told him I didn't want to pay that much but he hasn't answered so I guess he doesn't plan on sending the. I found full games on at least two of the top teams but you have to watch them play a not to strong team. Turtle Mountain is on the Cube and they play a couple of them and Fargo Shanley has  their own TV station and I think they may have played two top teams. I may go on Flo Hoops to watch five of the Minnesota-Wisconsin Border Battle. The last four games of the day featured 10 5star recruits and all ten were in the running for player of the year in their state.
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Re: AR, TN, KY, WV, OH, MI, IN, IL, MO, IA, WI, MN, ND, SD, NE
« Reply #7 on: July 04, 2017, 03:12:20 PM »

do nu  havve a linkn tyo tyhe M<innersota-Wiscopnsin border battle games
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« Reply #8 on: July 04, 2017, 04:39:13 PM »

There is none, I watched Lakeville North - LaCross Central on a LN you tube page with no audio. The Showcase does have a nice site with all the games and scores. It's in it's 10th year.
Flo-Hoops who does all kinds of basketball from AAU to NBA got the rights to a bunch of high school tournaments this year, like City of Palms, Marshall County Hoops Fest, the Les Schawb in Seattle and the M-W Border Battle, but they charge around $20.00 every month. I'm trying to get a hold of them and make sure I can get it for one month only. They never answered an email so when I get done with some things I need to do this week, I'm going to phone them. I just want to make sure I don't have and doctor appointments for two or three days when I call.
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« Reply #9 on: July 04, 2017, 10:49:31 PM »

Thank u  I will waite
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