Basketball Regular Season Wrap Up & A Look at Districts 22-23
Regular Season basketball has wrapped up for the Saint Paul Saints and Lady Saints for the 2022-2023 school year. Both teams look ahead to Districts which take place this week.
The Saints ended the regular season with a 15-8 record going undefeated in I-70 Conference games after finishing second in the beginning of the season I-70 Tournament. The Saints have built a lot of momentum deep into the season and they hope to carry that over into District play. The Saints are in Class 3, District 14. Games will be played at Lafayette County High School. After receiving a 4-seed, their first game will be again Lexington (10-16) on Monday, February 20th at 4:30pm. You can follow along with the District bracket here (note you will be taken out of the splhs website and onto the mshsaa site).
The Lady Saints finished the regular season with a 14-10 record with a couple notable achievements during last week's game vs Braymer. Senior Marissa Heins grabbed her 700th career rebound moving her to the #2 spot on the SPLHS leaderboard for career rebounds and Senior JaeSi Hentges drained her 100th career 3-pointer moving her into the #4 spot on the SPLHS leaderboard for career 3-pointers. The Lady Saints received the 2-seed for Districts and will face DeLaSalle Charter (1-6) in the first round on Tuesday, February 21st at 6:15pm at Crest Ridge High School. Follow along with their District bracket here (note you will be taken out of the splhs website and onto the mshsaa site).
Let's Go Saints and Lady Saints! Good luck in Districts!