Annandale and Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa take first and second place

MINNEAPOLIS — The 2022 Minnesota State High School League Men’s Basketball Tournament wrapped up Saturday and two Central Minnesota teams head home with top-three finishes.

In Class A, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa High School No. 2 dropped a heartbreaker. 1 Hayfield High School in the championship game on Saturday. The Jaguars led 29-21 at halftime, but the Vikings rallied and won 51-49.

In Class AA, No. 3 Annandale High School outscored No. 1 Minneapolis North Community High School 60-49 to walk away with first place. Cardinals upset no. 2 Caledonia High School 62-55 Friday night to qualify for the title match.

In class AAA, no. 2 Princeton High School fell to Mankato East High School 77-74 in the third-place game to finish fourth.

St. Cloud Tech High School also qualified for the state tournament, but was ousted in the first round by DeLaSalle High School and fell to Mound Westonka High School in the final game of the consolation bracket.

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