In just over two years, Anoka graduate and University of Illinois sophomore Kendra Zeman has gone from wheelchair basketball rookie to a member of USA Basketball’s 2013 High Performance Women’s Wheelchair basketball team.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College sophomore Tacita Gonzalez didn’t think she would play competitive basketball again.
College of St. Scholastica senior Brett Tester, an Andover graduate, was named a recipient of the 2013 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) Scholar-Athlete Leadership Award.
Spring Lake Park senior Robert Ben, right, took part in the Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Series played April 5-6 in St. Cloud and St. Paul.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College women’s basketball coach Dave DeWitt reminded his squad that not many teams end the season with a win, and his latest Golden Rams squad was one of them, winning the fourth-place game at the NJCAA Division III National Tournament at Rochester CTC March 14-16.
Andover made a great run in the section tournament to make its fourth trip to the state tournament, but it didn’t have an answer for one of the state’s top duos in Edina guard Graham Woodward or center Reggie Lynch. Edina, the No. 3 seeded team in the Class AAAA state tournament, handed Andover a [...]
Andover (10-19) continued to knock off higher-seeded teams as No. 3 seed Forest Lake fell to the fourth-seeded Huskies 41-37 to win the Section 7AAAA title March 15 at North Branch High School.
For the second year in a row DeLaSalle beat Spring Lake Park to capture the Section 3AAA title. This year the Islanders won by a 71-61 score despite some early plays by Spring Lake Park.