Posted On: 02/10/20 11:34 PM

The season is approaching its end. With less than a month left in the regular season, teams all across the state are hoping to be rounding into form and playing their best ball. With two months worth of interesting development to this point, now is a good time to take a quick look at the landscape of hoops in North Dakota ahead of the postseason.

Here’s where things stand in Class B:

Kindred, LEM, Trenton undefeated

Heading into the season, Kindred was pretty much the consensus No. 1 team in the state and Langdon/Edmore/Munich was, by all accounts, the easy No. 2 team in the state. It’s stayed that way all the way through as the Vikings and Cardinals are both undefeated and looking dominant with each passing test. 

There are a lot of similarities between the two teams; both are equipped with a bevvy of long, athletic kids who are comfortable making decisions with the ball and taking a shot when called upon. Depth has been a strength for both groups, as has defense. And the high-end talent has never been a question for either group. Abby Duchsherer is arguably the

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