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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:32 am

I see the district finishing this way in the regular season:

1. CC
2. MV
3. Kindred
4. OG
5. Enderlin
6. Richland
7. NC
8. FSHP
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Re: District 2

Postby ClassBEast » Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:57 am

NDSU95 wrote:My ditrict standins after the tourny how they will end up
1.MV Kocka and the boys over CC by 3 in the district title Region 1 Title game preview
2. CC
3. OG
4. Richland
5. Enerlin
6. NC
7.Kinderd
8.FSHP

In my mind 3-7 are up for grabs MV and CC are the class of the district and the region


Was it their impressive 4 point win over Richland last night that has you feeling MV is a much improved team since CC trounced them in December?? :roll:
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 12:00 pm

ClassBEast wrote:
NDSU95 wrote:My ditrict standins after the tourny how they will end up
1.MV Kocka and the boys over CC by 3 in the district title Region 1 Title game preview
2. CC
3. OG
4. Richland
5. Enerlin
6. NC
7.Kinderd
8.FSHP

In my mind 3-7 are up for grabs MV and CC are the class of the district and the region


Was it their impressive 4 point win over Richland last night that has you feeling MV is a much improved team since CC trounced them in December?? :roll:


That's what I was thinking...especially a Richland squad that lost to Oak Grove by 24.
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 3:23 pm

ClassBEast wrote:Central Cass rolls past Kindred in boys basketball
By: Heath Hotzler, INFORUM

CASSELTON, N.D. – The Central Cass boys basketball team runs so much during games that scores tend to get lopsided, junior varsity players regularly get quality varsity minutes and referees get winded.

Yes, even the officials are wondering how the Squirrels keep it up.

Such is life in the fast lane.

Matt Zimmerman had 25 points to lead No. 5 Central Cass to a 79-41 North Dakota Class B, District 2 victory against rival Kindred on Thursday at Central Cass High School.

“Kindred is a big rival,” Zimmerman said. “We had a full gym. We just wanted to do what we do. Put on a good show.”

The Squirrels (12-0) put the pedal to the floor from the start, bursting to a 20-6 first quarter lead.

Zimmerman led the way with seven points in the opening frame, but Central Cass’ depth was evident throughout.

Guard Ellery Bresnahan found open teammates and hit open shots, Josh Roesler chipped in with a few buckets, and the Squirrels combined to hit eight 3-pointers in the game.

Kindred (8-4) couldn’t get out from under the thumb of Central Cass’ athletic defenders.

“A key coming in here was to limit their transition baskets, and we obviously didn’t do that,” Vikings coach Brad Woehl said. “We came out a little sluggish offensively, and didn’t rebound as well as I would have liked. We just have to get better.”

Vikings senior post Jack Plankers, a 6-foot-8 North Dakota State football recruit, was unstoppable on the boards. He scored 18 points – mostly on putbacks – and finished with 21 rebounds.

Central Cass held a 39-18 halftime lead.

The Squirrels continued to go up-and-down the court in the second half.

Central Cass senior Jon Lubbers scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter.

Kindred managed just one basket in the fourth.

Sophomore Eric Bachmeier had 12 points and four rebounds for the Vikings.

Both teams emptied their benches for the final two minutes.

“We like to push the ball,” Zimmerman said. “We are very up-tempo, and that seems to be working for us this year. … Refs get tired, too. They are talking to us the entire time, asking if we always push the ball this much. We condition really hard in practice, and you can tell by the third and fourth quarters that teams are really worn out.”

Kindred 6 18 35 41

Central Cass 20 39 52 79

KINDRED: Bachmeier 3 4-6 12, Reinke 2 0-0 5, Plankers 9 0-1 18, Holland 2 0-0 5, Moffet 0 1-2 1. Totals: 16 5-9 41.

CENTRAL CASS: Bresnahan 7 2-3 19, Sundquist 1 0-0 3, Ieland 2 0-0 4, Roesler 3 3-6 9, Zimmerman 9 5-7 25, Lubbers 4 1-1 11, Ebach 2 2-2 6, Breske 1 0-0 2. Totals: 29 12-19 79.

3-pointers: Bachmeier 2, Reinke, Holland, Bresnahan 3, Sundquist, Zimmerman 2, Lubbers. Total fouls: K 17, CC 12. Rebounds: K 36 (Plankers 21), CC 36 (Zimmerman 7).


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Re: District 2

Postby scoobyx2 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:56 am

ClassBEast wrote:
NDSU95 wrote:My ditrict standins after the tourny how they will end up
1.MV Kocka and the boys over CC by 3 in the district title Region 1 Title game preview
2. CC
3. OG
4. Richland
5. Enerlin
6. NC
7.Kinderd
8.FSHP

In my mind 3-7 are up for grabs MV and CC are the class of the district and the region


Was it their impressive 4 point win over Richland last night that has you feeling MV is a much improved team since CC trounced them in December?? :roll:

I wouldn't put to much thought on the first MV-CC matchup. Most of the MV boys were playing a lot of football late into the fall. I don't think they are a powerhouse that will crush teams, but they have players that know how to win.
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Re: District 2

Postby wolves65 » Sat Jan 14, 2012 2:59 pm

maple valley best shot was last season with the the big behm kid. They lack a big defender and rebounder in the middle. Good teams can get to the basket easier against them and Haseleu has to defend harder at the point. I am not saying they are not a good team but they had more pieces last year than this year.
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Re: District 2

Postby Hardball » Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:47 am

I agree. MV matched best with Oak Grove last season, because of Behm and the fact they could effectively slow the game down. Their window is closing of them being a state tournament caliber team. This year is about it.
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Re: District 2

Postby Bison-Vikes #1 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:46 pm

wolves65 wrote:maple valley best shot was last season with the the big behm kid. They lack a big defender and rebounder in the middle. Good teams can get to the basket easier against them and Haseleu has to defend harder at the point. I am not saying they are not a good team but they had more pieces last year than this year.


Is the Preston kid healthy? Did he get hurt during football? Know that he comes from a good bb family and is very athletic and physical. Also, is there still a Pfau kid on the team?
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Jan 20, 2012 3:58 am

(01/20/12; 3:00 am)

District 2
1. Central Cass 5-0 (13-0)
2. Maple Valley 3-1 (11-1)
3. Kindred 4-2 (10-4)
4. Enderlin 3-2 (5-8)
5. Oak Grove 2-2 (7-5)
6. Richland 2-4 (8-7)
7. Northern Cass 1-4 (5-9)
8. FSHP 0-5 (2-12)
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Re: District 2

Postby ClassBEast » Fri Jan 20, 2012 9:59 am

scoobyx2 wrote:
ClassBEast wrote:
NDSU95 wrote:My ditrict standins after the tourny how they will end up
1.MV Kocka and the boys over CC by 3 in the district title Region 1 Title game preview
2. CC
3. OG
4. Richland
5. Enerlin
6. NC
7.Kinderd
8.FSHP

In my mind 3-7 are up for grabs MV and CC are the class of the district and the region


Was it their impressive 4 point win over Richland last night that has you feeling MV is a much improved team since CC trounced them in December?? :roll:

I wouldn't put to much thought on the first MV-CC matchup. Most of the MV boys were playing a lot of football late into the fall. I don't think they are a powerhouse that will crush teams, but they have players that know how to win.


We are getting towards the end of January, and Maple Valley is still not impressive. They only beat Northern Cass by 8 last night. They only beat Richland last week by 4. Central Cass just beat Richland by 24 last night. I'm just not seeing MV getting good enough to compete with CC by tournament time.
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Re: District 2

Postby d_fense » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:13 am

I agree with you, Central Cass is head and shoulders above the rest of the region. But, it only takes one off night or one particularly hot night by an opponent to get beat.
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Re: District 2

Postby ClassBEast » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:53 am

d_fense wrote:I agree with you, Central Cass is head and shoulders above the rest of the region. But, it only takes one off night or one particularly hot night by an opponent to get beat.


Ya, but I see that team maybe being W-L and not MV. We will see!
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Re: District 2

Postby d_fense » Fri Jan 20, 2012 11:05 am

If a team will get by Central Cass, they will need good play from a couple ball handlers. Not sure if W/L has that. But, you never know come tourney time.
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Tue Jan 24, 2012 4:47 pm

Interesting District matchups this week:

Tonight: Oak Grove 49 @ #9 Maple Valley 70
Friday: Oak Grove @ #4 Central Cass
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Re: District 2

Postby scoobyx2 » Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:21 pm

I think Maple Valley will do just fine. Regardless of the score, they win games.
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:13 pm

District standings and remaining games:

1. Central Cass 5-0
2. Maple Valley 4-1
3. Kindred 4-2
4. Enderlin 3-2
5. Oak Grove 2-3
6. Richland 2-4
7. Northern Cass 1-4
8. FSHP 0-5


Friday, Jan. 27th
Oak Grove @ Central Cass
Enderlin @ Northern Cass
Maple Valley @ FSHP

Thursday, February 2nd
FSHP @ Oak Grove
Central Cass @ Northern Cass
Maple Valley @ Kindred
Richland @ Enderlin
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Jan 25, 2012 11:19 pm

My predictions are bolded below:

Run4Fun2009 wrote:District standings and remaining games:

Friday, Jan. 27th
Oak Grove @ Central Cass
Enderlin @ Northern Cass
Maple Valley @ FSHP

Thursday, February 2nd
FSHP @ Oak Grove
Central Cass @ Northern Cass
Maple Valley @ Kindred
Richland @ Enderlin


Predicted Standings:

1. Central Cass 7-0
2. Maple Valley 6-1
3. Kindred 4-3
4. Enderlin 3-4
5. Oak Grove 3-4
6. Richland 3-4
7. Northern Cass 2-5
8. FSHP 0-7
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:16 am

updated through 2/2/12
District standings and remaining games:

1. Central Cass 7-0*
2. Maple Valley 6-1*
3. Kindred 4-3*
4. Oak Grove 3-4
5. Richland 3-4
6. Enderlin 3-4
7. Northern Cass 2-5*
8. FSHP 0-7*

#4, #5 & #6 aren't finalized...but I think that is the correct order

*clinched spot


Friday, Jan. 27th
Oak Grove 66 @ Central Cass 91
Enderlin 56 @ Northern Cass 63
Maple Valley 72 @ FSHP 27

Thursday, February 2nd
FSHP 53 @ Oak Grove 76
Central Cass 84 @ Northern Cass 54
Maple Valley 49 @ Kindred 48
Richland 50 @ Enderlin 40
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:43 pm

Huge district seeding implications with these two matchups tonight...

Maple Valley @ Kindred
Richland @ Enderlin

Scenarios (all assuming CC def. NC and OG def. FSHP):

Maple Valley & Enderlin WIN:
1. Central Cass 7-0
2. Maple Valley 6-1
3. Enderlin 4-3
4. Kindred 4-3
5. Oak Grove 3-4
6. Richland 2-5
7. Northern Cass 2-5
8. FSHP 0-7

Maple Valley & Richland WIN (if I remember the tie-breaker for 3 teams):
1. Central Cass 7-0
2. Maple Valley 6-1
3. Kindred 4-3
4. Oak Grove 3-4
5. Richland 3-4
6. Enderlin 3-4
7. Northern Cass 2-5
8. FSHP 0-7

Kindred & Enderlin WIN:
1. Central Cass 7-0
2. Kindred 5-2
3. Maple Valley 5-2
4. Enderlin 4-3
5. Oak Grove 3-4
6. Richland 2-5
7. Northern Cass 2-5
8. FSHP 0-7

Kindred & Richland WIN:
1. Central Cass 7-0
2. Kindred 5-2
3. Maple Valley 5-2
4. Oak Grove 3-4
5. Richland 3-4
6. Enderlin 3-4
7. Northern Cass 2-5
8. FSHP 0-7
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Re: District 2

Postby Johhnyping » Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:00 pm

Having had the chance to watch several games in District 2, my overall comment is that the District is down several notches on the talent meter from the past 2-3 years. Central Cass is a good team but does not have a true leader, a guy that they can go to when they really need a bucket.
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Re: District 2

Postby ClassBEast » Fri Feb 03, 2012 12:45 pm

Johhnyping wrote:Having had the chance to watch several games in District 2, my overall comment is that the District is down several notches on the talent meter from the past 2-3 years. Central Cass is a good team but does not have a true leader, a guy that they can go to when they really need a bucket.


I think Zimmerman or Bresnahan would fill that role.
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Re: District 2

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:09 pm

District 2 teams that qualified for Region 1

1. Central Cass (def. Kindred by 31 points)
2. Kindred
3. Maple Valley (def. Enderlin by 7)
4. Oak Grove (rallies past Richland by 5...big 3-point shot by Carter Kretchman gives Grovers the lead for good)
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Re: District 2

Postby wolves65 » Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:44 pm

Johhnyping- what games did you watch this year.
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Re: District 2

Postby gobison#6 » Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:19 pm

ClassBEast wrote:
Johhnyping wrote:Having had the chance to watch several games in District 2, my overall comment is that the District is down several notches on the talent meter from the past 2-3 years. Central Cass is a good team but does not have a true leader, a guy that they can go to when they really need a bucket.


I think Zimmerman or Bresnahan would fill that role.

Exactly. Last night in the district championship game Bresnahan had 22, Zimmerman had 18, and Sundquist also had 18. Any of the three can step up. Most likely either Bresnahan or Zimmerman.
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Re: District 2

Postby NoIinTeam » Wed Feb 15, 2012 6:05 am

johhnping-
I think your assessment of District 2 being down is somewhat fair, except for CC and maybe Maple Valley. I believe this year's CC squad could compete quite well with the previous 2 years Oak Grove squad.JMHO
As far as CC not having a go to guy, I believe having one true go to guy is way over rated. I would seem to think playing team ball and having maybe two or three guys to go to at any one time would be more productive than just a single guy. I would take their fast break run and gun style with multiple weapons any day before having a single go to guy who could have an off night and affect the whole team. Bresnahan, Zimmerman and even Sundquist at times can all exploit the defense of other teams. This team is full of role players and are extremely fun to watch, offensively and defensively.
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