The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference was well represented with former metro area prep stars that garnered post-season honors in women’s basketball after the 2018-2019 season.
Faith Johnson-Patterson is well known in Minnesota high school basketball lore. Twenty-nine years ago, I saw the Hall of Fame coach in a different light.
Here are five girls’ basketball players and state championship performances I will never forget.
Florene Pattain, mother of seven and longtime St. Paul resident, was the recipient of Arline V. Winfield Special Mother Award.
Eric Lagos and Eva Langenbrunner were selected as top male and female winners out of 10 finalists at the 43rd Annual Winfield Awards banquet.
The 17-year-old student-athlete Craig McDonald was recently ruled ineligible for his senior year of athletics because he repeated eighth grade.
Winners have been announced for the annual Winfield Awards Banquet, which will be held on June 2.
Frank White, a historian, author, curator and former high school basketball official, couldn’t be more proud of his family legacy.
The Minnesota High School Basketball Hall of Fame inductions of Ronnie Henderson (Marshall-U player), Tracy Henderson (Minneapolis Patrick Henry player), and Ed Prohofsky (Marshall-U coach) on March 26 rekindled some fond memories for this columnist. Let’s take a look: Ronnie Henderson During the summer of 1980, Henderson, a 5’7” guard, was scrimmaging with players at […]