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Caledonia remains second in boys basketball rankings

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January 11, 2017 05:54 PM

The Minnesota boys' high school basketball rankings, as provided by Minnesota Basketball News, a statewide basketball publication.

Class 4A

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1. Champlin Park (9-0)

2. Maple Grove (7-1)

3. Lakeville North (8-1)

4. Wayzata (10-0)

5. Apple Valley (7-2)

6. Hopkins (10-2)

7. New Prague (11-0)

8. Tartan (10-0)

9. Robbinsdale Armstrong (5-3)

10.Edina (7-2)

Class 3A

1. DeLaSalle (8-2)

2. Delano (9-1)

3. Totino-Grace (8-2)

4. Orono (11-2)

5. Marshall (10-1)

6. Big Lake (7-2)

7. Austin (8-0)

8. Mahtomedi (10-1)

9. Waseca (11-0)

10.Alexandria (6-2)

Class 2A

1. Minnehaha Academy (6-4)

2. Caledonia (7-1)

3. Annandale (8-0)

4. Melrose (9-0)

5. St. Cloud Cathedral (10-1)

6. Lake City (9-1)

7. Esko (11-1)

8. Crosby-Ironton (11-0)

9. Eden Valley-Watkins (7-0)

10.Watertown-Mayer (10-1)

Class 1A

1. Minneapolis North (11-1)

2. Red Lake (11-1)

3. Central MN Christian (8-1)

4. Goodhue (13-0)

5. Cass Lake-Bena (9-3)

6. Spring Grove (9-1)

7. Hillcrest Lutheran (7-0)

8. Heritage Christian (8-1)

9. Ada-Borup (8-0)

10.Red Rock Central (9-0)

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