Senior class, future Gopher Klick hope to spark State run for Maple Grove girls hoops
[UPDATE 3/8/22: Maple Grove heads into Wednesday night’s Section Semifinal against Mounds View with 18 wins in their 19 games since Christmas. Their win streak ended at 15 with a loss to Eden Prairie on February 18th. Their current record is 23-4.]
Maple Grove girls basketball’s seniors want nothing more than a breakthrough trip to the State Tournament to cap off their high school careers.
Led by future Minnesota Gopher Kennedy Klick, the Crimson’s six-player class of ’23 has them in position to earn the program’s first appearance at State since 2019 – when this year’s seniors were in eighth grade.
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Roseville upset the Crimson in last year’s Section Final, and the two are on track for a potential rematch in this year’s Section Final.
With six games left in the regular season, Maple Grove is 18-3, currently riding a 13-game win streak.
Since opening the season with back to back losses to Hopkins and Wayzata – the #1 and #3 ranked teams in Class 4A respectively – the Crimson have won 18 of 19.