Posted On: 08/10/20 7:36 PM

There have been some very good teams in the class of 2021 over the years, including the now departed Tayler Hill Elite, Minnesota Stars Hersch, North Tartan Sinn and the various iterations of Tylor Coley’s group who have played under a number of different banners over the years, most recently FBC North. And then there is Minnesota Fury 2021 UAA. On Sunday in Shakopee, Coach Tim Peper’s Fury captured their second consecutive 2021 AAU state championship, winning an epic 67-65 battle with Gerard Coury’s top team from North Tartan.

These are the players who got the job done, listed in the order of their Prep Girls Hoops prospect ranking:

#2. Sophie HartSophieHart6'4" | CFarmington | 2021State#44NationMN, Farmington (North Carolina State)

#5. Gianna KneepkensGiannaKneepkens5'11" | CGDuluth Marshall | 2021State#86NationMN, Duluth Marshall (Utah)

#7. Kaylee Van EpsKayleeVan Eps5'11" | SFChaska | 2021StateMN, Chaska (Lehigh)

#9. Jade HillJadeHill5'8" | PGMpls. South | 2021StateMN, Minneapolis South

#18. Alexis PrattAlexisPratt5'5" | PGStillwater | 2021StateMN, Stillwater (Omaha)

#24. Miah MonahanMiahMonahan5'8" | CGGlencoe-Silver Lake | 2021StateMN, Glencoe-Silver Lake (Eastern Illinois)

#28. Helen StaleyHelenStaley6'0" | PFRosemount | 2021StateMN, Rosemount (Oakland)

#38. Emily KulstadEmilyKulstad6'1" | PFPrior Lake | 2021StateMN, Prior Lake (Southern Utah)

#56. Destinee BurschDestineeBursch5'9" | CGEden Prairie | 2021StateMN, Eden Prairie

Players on the roster who did not compete in the tournament include #12 Maggie CzinanoMaggieCzinano6'1" | SFWatertown-Mayer | 2021StateMN of Watertown-Mayer (Minnesota)

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