The 2018 state boys' basketball tournament wrapped up Saturday night in dramatic fashion on future Gopher Daniel Oturu's two-handed slam with half a second left in the game to give Cretin-Derham Hall a 79-78 win over defending champion Apple Valley.
In the other championship games, Delano beat Columbia Heights 65-61, Minnehaha Academy topped Caledonia 73-60, and Russell-Tyler-Ruthton defeated North Woods 59-55.
Here's what left an impression on us throughout the tourney.
Oturu stares down Jones
A fight nearly broke out between the two of the best players in the state when Oturu of tossed 5-star Duke-bound Tre Jones of Apple Valley to the ground after Jones' aggressive slap at the ball late in the first half of the Class 4A championship game.
Oturu was assessed a technical foul and Jones was left with a bloody scrape on his left shoulder.
The lefty tomahawk dunk
Remember the name: Mitchell Plombon. he St. Cloud Cathedral star delivered one of the most impressive dunks in state tournament history when he flushed home a left-handed tomahawk dunk over Minnehaha Academy's 6'10'' center in Friday's semifinal game.
Even SportsCenter took notice of his slam.
Minnehaha Academy's tribute
After winning the Class 2A state title for the third time since 2013, Minnehaha Academy took it's championship plaque and placed on the empty surface that was once their high school gymnasium, until it was demolished as part of the school's rebuilding project after a natural gas explosion last summer.
Calvin Wishart completely dominated
The Delano senior guard was simply unstoppable in all three tournament games. He had 19 points and 9 rebounds (7-of-12 FT) in the championship game to push his totals for the tourney to 83 points, 40 rebounds, 16 assists and a stunning 49 free-throw attempts, 34 of which he made.
That equates to an average of 27.7 points, 13.3 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game.
Wishart will play for Georgia Southern after high school.