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State girls basketball rankings: Goodhue No. 4 in Class AA, Stewartville No. 5 in AAA

Goodhue, Kasson-Mantorville girls basketball
Goodhue’s Elisabeth Gadient (25) controls the ball during a girls basketball game against Kasson-Mantorville on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, at Goodhue Public Schools in Goodhue.
Traci Westcott / Post Bulletin file photo
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CLASS AAAA

1. Hopkins (13-0)

2. Chaska (13-1)

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3. Wayzata (12-2)

4. St. Michael-Albertville (12-1)

5. East Ridge (14-3)

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6. Maple Grove (10-3)

7. Minnetonka (11-3)

8. Eden Prairie (11-4)

9. Rosemount (11-1)

10. Lakeville North (9-3)

CLASS AAA

1. Benilde-St. Margaret's (9-4)

2. Becker (9-2)

3. Jordan (12-0)

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4. Grand Rapids (14-2)

5. Stewartville (13-2)

6. Alexandria (10-3)

7. Holy Angels (11-3)

8. Red Wing (9-2)

9. Monticello (11-3)

10. DeLaSalle (9-4)

CLASS AA

1. Providence Academy (11-2)

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2. New London-Spicer (12-0)

3. Albany (11-1)

4. Goodhue (13-2)

5. Minnehaha Academy (8-4)

6. St. Croix Lutheran (10-3)

7. Perham (13-1)

8. Rochester Lourdes (12-2)

9. Pequot Lakes (8-1)

10. Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial (13-1)

CLASS A

1. Mountain Iron-Buhl (12-3)

2. Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart (10-0)

3. Mayer Lutheran (11-1)

4. Hancock (9-2)

5. Fosston (11-0)

6. Hayfield (13-2)

7. Henning (13-1)

8. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa (10-2)

9. BOLD (10-2)

10. Nevis (10-1)

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