State boys basketball: Caledonia flexes its muscle against the Lakers

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The Minnewaska boys basketball team had to play one of its better games of the season to knock off fourth-ranked Caledonia in the Class AA state quarterfinals on Wednesday night.

Minnewaska head coach Phil Johnsrud watches on as Jaeger Jergenson (left), Ryan Amundson (middle) and Jack Blevins get ready to check in late in the second half of the Lakers' loss to Caledonia in the Class AA state quarterfinals at Williams Arena. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)
Minnewaska senior forward Garrett Jensen puts in a layup in front of Caledonia's Andrew Goergen during the Class AA quarterfinals at Williams Arena on Wednesday night. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)
Minnewaska's Ryan Christianson looks for an open teammate during the first half against Caledonia at Williams Arena on Wednesday night. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)
Minnewaska's junior center Shawn Carsten catches a pass in the post before going up for a shot against Caledonia in the Class AA state quarterfinals at Williams Arena on Wednesday night. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)
Minnewaska senior point guard Matt Gruber takes the contact from Caledonia's Marten Morem on a drive to the basket in the Class AA quarterfinals at Williams Arena. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)
Minnewaska senior guard Jackson Johnsrud gets the ball knocked away on a drive to the bucket during the first half of Wednesday's Class AA quarterfinals. (Eric Morken / Echo Press)

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