Posted On: 11/13/17 3:45 PM

If you are going to make reasonable projections about the Minneapolis City Conference, it's probably better to have a solid grasp on geography than it is to know what's in the history books. That's because the conference is all about South and North and occasionally Southwest. As for history, well the Edisons, Roosevelts, Washburns and Henrys might be important in the classroom but not so much on the court. Truth is, this year's results might not be a whole lot different than last when South went undefeated and North was 12-2. Here's our projected order of finish for 2017-18.

1. Minneapolis South, 12-0

When it comes to dethroning Nathan McGuire's Tigers, it's a big Hill(s) to climb. The Hill family has been a dominant force at South for a long time, and the Tigers rode their talent to a 14-0 conference record, 23-6 overall. They did lose two players who logged significant minutes. Senior Rose Lutz (5 & 6) was a key piece inside. Tiny but talented 2022 guard Kiani Lockett (7 ppg) transferred to De la Salle. But when you have two of the premiere players in the state and a nice supporting cast, things are going to go

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