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Here is a look at the 2009 All-Big Northern Conference East Division and West Division teams, as voted by the league's coaches:

Boys basketball prospectus

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Here is a look at the boys basketball prospectus for the week of Feb. 12-18.

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Last night, the Whip-Purs ended the Rockets' 18-game home win streak with a 58-42 BNC East victory. Watch the highlights here.

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An in-depth look at week 9's area contests in the BNC, FVC and SCC. The capsule for the Dundee-Crown vs. Jacobs rivalry game will be featured in a separate post.

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The conference title scenarios are pretty cut and dry going into the final week of the season. Here's a look at what's on the line this weekend.

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St. Charles East coach Ted Monken is never one to shy away from a shootout.

Then again, that should come as no surprise when he's got a gunslinger like senior running back Wes Allen, who ran for six touchdowns each of the past two weeks.

Despite those heroics, the Saints could only earn a spit in those two games, beating Lake Park 42-41 in double overtime in Week 5 before dropping a 49-42, four-overtime affair against Neuqua Valley last week.

Could East be in for another wild affair this week?

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Here's a tidbit from my conversation last week with Harvard coach Tim Haak that didn't make it in the paper or the blog. Until now, that is.

Haak thought the two best teams in the Big Northern Conference East Division -- at least on paper -- were Hampshire and Richmond-Burton.

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