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State Tournament Summary
By MSHSL  Staff
MINNEAPOLIS -- Top-seed Hopkins secured its spot in the Class AAAA championship game with another dominating performance, topping No. 5-seed Shakopee 64-33 in a semifinal contest at the 2015 Minnesota Girls’ Basketball State Tournament on Thursday evening at Williams Arena.

The Royals (29-1) will advance to play defending champion Eastview in the Class AAAA championship game on Saturday at 8 p.m. at Williams Arena, while the Sabres (22-9) will face St. Michael-Albertville in the Class AAAA third-place game on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Concordia-St. Paul.

Leading 37-23 at halftime, Hopkins scored the first 19 points of the second half over a 5:15 span, taking a commanding 56-23 lead. Shakopee’s first points of the second half came with 12:12 remaining, and the Royals outscored the Sabres 27-10 in the second half.

Hopkins was paced by TT Starks who scored 19 points with five rebounds and two assists. Nia Hollie scored 16 points with four rebounds, an assist and a steal, and Viria Livingston scored nine points with five rebounds. Ashley Bates and Dee Dee Winston scored seven points each, with Bates adding three steals and Winston adding five rebounds.

For Shakopee, Taylor Koenen scored 12 points with six rebounds, while Sydney Zerr scored six points. Annie Rhinesmith had three assists.

An 11-0 run gave Hopkins its first double-digit lead, 24-10 with 8:16 left in the first half. The Royals eventually led by as many as 35 points down the stretch.

Hopkins shot 51.2 percent (22-of-43) from the field, while limiting Shakopee to 27.1 percent (13-of-48). Hopkins outrebounded Shakopee by a 37-26 margin.

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