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Last updated April 20, 2019

 

Congratulations to:

The first two classes of MN High School Basketball Hall of Famers - visit www.mnhsbasketballhall.com

Erika Bute of Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons for scoring her 2,000th point.

McKenna Hofschild of Prior Lake for scoring 63 points in a game (24/30 FTs) and 2,000 career points.

Abbey McDonald of Hibbing for scoring her 2,000th point.

Alyssa Daugherty of Zimmerman for scoring her 2,000th point.

Sara Scalia of Stillwater for scoring her 2,000th point.

Carter Cook of Bigfork for scoring 55 points in a game.

Andy Berkvam of Northfield for his 500th career coaching win.

Tori Nelson of Henry Sibley for scoring her 2,000th point.

Matthew Hurt of Rochester John Marshall for scoring 55 points in a game.

Lydia Sussner of Minneota for her 1,000th career rebound.

Jim Lien of Walker-Hackensack-Akeley for his 700th career coaching win.

Madi Schirmer of Maple River for scoring her 2,000th point.

Alyssa Peterson of Menahga for scoring her 2,000th point.

Greg Amundson of Rogers for his 700th career coaching win.

Makenna Steffel of BOLD for scoring her 2,000th point.

Matthew Hurt of Rochester John Marshall for scoring his 3,000th point.

Lariah Washington of St. Cloud Apollo for scoring her 2,000th point.

Joey Batt of New Ulm for scoring her 2,000th point.

Sara Kottke of Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart for her 1,000th career rebound.

Cole Nicholson of Chaska for scoring 51 points in a game.

Isaac Fink of Springfield for his 1,000th career rebound.

Sara Kottke of Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart for scoring 50 points in a game.

Olivia Lane of Pequot Lakes for scoring her 2,000th point.

Kacie Borowicz of Roseau for scoring her 3,000th point.

Tori Nelson of Henry Sibley for her 1,000th career rebound.

Laura Hauge of St. Croix Lutheran for making 11 three pointers in a game.

Matthew Hurt of Rochester John Marshall for being named a McDonald's All-American.

Jayden Ruberg of Two Harbors for scoring 57 points in a game.

Carter Cook of Bigfork for scoring his 2,000th point.

Paige Bueckers of Hopkins for scoring her 2,000th point.

Emma Holst of Hayfield for making 11 three pointers in a game. (Team made 17).

Jalen Suggs of Minnehaha Academy for scoring his 2,000th point.

Lydia Sussner of Minneota for scoring her 2,000th point.

Jenson Beachy of Perham for scoring his 2,000th point.

Jeff Wagner of Waterville-Elysian-Morristown for his 500th coaching win.

Jayden Ruberg of Two Harbors for scoring 58 points in a game.

Kia Tower of Bigfork for scoring her 2,000th point.

Jordyn Glynn of Grand Meadow for scoring her 2,000th point.

J'Vonne Hadley of Mahtomedi for scoring 52 points in a game.

Destinee Oberg of Bloomington Kennedy for scoring her 2,000th point.

Derek Techam of Delano for making all 21 of his free throw attempts in a game.

Tyler Baribeau of Mesabi East for his 1,000th career rebound.

David Roddy of Breck for scoring his 2,000th point.

Dylan DeChampeau of Greenway for scoring his 2,000th point.

Isaac Fink of Springfield for scoring his 3,000th point.

Cade Goggleye of North Woods for scoring his 2,000th point.

Caitlin Rorman of Blue Earth Area for scoring her 2,000th point.

Justin Schrupp of Renville County West for making all 19 of his free throw attempts in a game.

Frannie Hottinger of Cretin-Derham Hall for scoring 51 points in a game.

Tori Nelson of Henry Sibley for scoring 51 points in a game.

Tony Mathison of Northfield for his 300th coaching win.

Dajuan Carter of North St. Paul for scoring 51 points in a game.

Wendy Kohler of Alexandria for her 600th coaching win.

Makenna Steffel of BOLD for her 1,000th career rebound.

Lariah Washington of St. Cloud Apollo for making all 16 of her free throw attempts in a game.

Jayden Ruberg of Two Harbors for scoring his 2,000th point.

Mallory Brake of Hastings for her 1,000th career rebound.

Stillwater girls for making 21 three pointers in a game.

Sara Scalia of Stillwater for making all 7 of her three pointers in a game.

Matthew Hurt of Rochester John Marshall for scoring 52 points in a game.

Henry Abraham of Cambridge-Isanti for scoring his 2,000th point.

Anna Olson of Monticello for her 1,000th career rebound.

Taylie Scott of Heritage Christian Academy for her 1,000th career rebound.

Sauk Centre girls team for 81 consecutive home court wins (and counting).

Cierra Ahlf of Menahga for her 1,000th career rebound.

Frannie Hottinger of Cretin-Derham Hall for scoring her 2,000th point.

Katie Borowicz of Roseau for 20 assists in a game.

Brian Cosgriff and the Hopkins girls basketball team for their 32-0 championship season.

Malik Willingham of Waseca for scoring his 2,000th point.

Brian Cosgriff of Hopkins named MaxPreps National Girls Basketball Coach of the Year.

 

 

 

 

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