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Up-and-coming hoopster girls to watch

The girls’ basketball season has begun with eight of the state’s top players already signed with Division I schools. If you ever get a chance to get to a game, check these players out. (The college each signed with is in parentheses). NIA COFFEY (Northwestern): While averaging 15.7 points per game, the 5-9 guard led Hopkins to the Class 4A state championship. ALLINA STARR (Auburn): The 5-10 guard averaged 16 point while helping DeLaSalle capture their second straight Class 3A crown. Continue Reading →

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Up-and-coming hoopster girls to watch

The girls’ basketball season has begun with eight of the state’s top players already signed with Division I schools. If you ever get a chance to get to a game, check these players out. (The college each signed with is in parentheses). NIA COFFEY (Northwestern): While averaging 15.7 points per game, the 5-9 guard led Hopkins to the Class 4A state championship. ALLINA STARR (Auburn): The 5-10 guard averaged 16 point while helping DeLaSalle capture their second straight Class 3A crown. Continue Reading →

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DeLaSalle, Hopkins, make for memorable 2011

The year 2011, in the prep sports world, will be remembered for many outstanding accomplishments. Of those accomplishments, two stand out: The Hopkins girls basketball team, led by coach BRIAN COSGRIFF, capturing the Class 4A title, and DeLaSalle, coached by former Marshall-University High School and University of Wisconsin standout FAITH PATTERSON-JOHNSON, winning the Class 3A crown. Led by BRIANNA WILLIAMS, NIA COFFEY, SIDNEY COFFEY, EBONY LIVINGSTON, T’AIRE STARKS, GRACIA HUTSON, JULIA WIEMER and CHELSEY JACOX, Hopkins captured the championship by defeating Buffalo (79-62), White Bear Lake (52-34), and Eden Prairie (67-45).  

DeLaSalle, who got outstanding play from TYSEANNA JOHNSON, MARIAH ADANENE, ALLINA STARR, and CHANEL DICKINSON, won their title by outscoring Rogers (47-23), Benilde-St. Margaret’s (55-46), and Hill Murray (63-43). Continue Reading →

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