Minnesota Pump N Run 17-and-under team opens play versus the Streakers. The team is made up of Aaron Anderson of Osseo, Mike Rostampour from Henry Sibley, Dyami Starks of Duluth East, Kevin Noreen from Minnesota Transitions, Jonathon Crockett of Totino-Grace, Steve Tecker from Northwestern (WI), Darius Claire of Delano, Alec Brown from Winona, Carlos Emmory of Bloomington Jefferson and Jake Kreuser from Henry Sibley.
Minnesota Pump N Run 16-and-under team faces Next Level. The team consists of Jason Perkins of Shakopee, Aaron Ziman from St. Louis Park, Alex Kreuser of Totino-Grace, Kyle Noreen from Minnesota Transitions, Ethan Petrill of Shakopee, Jonah Travis from DeLaSalle, Alex Richter of Lakeville South, Eric Robertson from Wayzata, Mike Yahnke of Delano and Shelby Moats from Waconia.
Net Gain meet Colorado Chaos Green. They will be without guard Joe Hanstad, who has a stress fracture in his foot and Cole Stefan, who is flying out late after a baseball game for Minnetonka Friday afternoon. The team will be without head coach Marquise Watts, who suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon playing pickup ball last week.
The team consists of D. J. Peterson from Hopkins, Chanse Creekmur of Marshalltown (IA) High, Jayvin Reynolds from Osseo, Sean Jensen of Spring Lake Park, Jarrod Peterson from Wayzata, Alex Rau of Altoona and Tor Anderson of Minnetonka.
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