All-Decade Team of the 1990's

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Postby BB11 » Wed Apr 25, 2007 10:38 am

I'm going to throw some names and positions out there - argue to your heart's content.

PG - Hunter Berg - Grenora
SG - Travis Kraft - MPCG
SF - Fred Fridley - Watford - (not his position but who cares)
PF - Marty McDonald - Munich
C - Doug Swenson - Halliday

2nd team
Steve Holen - DLB
John Maus - Hatton
Brent Vigen - Central Valley
Tom Jacobsen - MPCG
Brent (Brett) Moser - Leeds
Greg Routledge - Glenburn
Fred Longie - Four Winds
I'm sure I've missed some great ones - but this is off the top of my head.
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Postby Indians Alumni » Thu Apr 26, 2007 6:10 am

BB11 wrote:I'm going to throw some names and positions out there - argue to your heart's content.

PG - Hunter Berg - Grenora
SG - Travis Kraft - MPCG
SF - Fred Fridley - Watford - (not his position but who cares)
PF - Marty McDonald - Munich
C - Doug Swenson - Halliday

2nd team
Steve Holen - DLB
John Maus - Hatton
Brent Vigen - Central Valley
Tom Jacobsen - MPCG
Brent (Brett) Moser - Leeds
Greg Routledge - Glenburn
Fred Longie - Four Winds
I'm sure I've missed some great ones - but this is off the top of my head.

What about guys like Scott Hanson of Dakota Prairie, Wick from Carrington?  Wick could shoot the lights out at 6'9".

Sean Gourd, Dale Alberts both of FW.  I think Dale had the scoring title until this year before Tony IronHeart beat it.
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Postby mitchstrand » Thu Apr 26, 2007 11:39 am

Hunter Berg

Travis Kraft

Scott Sheldon (Regent)

Doug Swenson

Jesse Vliem (Hettinger)

 

These are the first 5 guys that come to mind from the 90's, not a starting five, but these guys should all be on the team starting or bench.  There was a guy from Bowbells i believe that played in the NBA...forgot his name, and i am sure he is from the 90's...anyone remember what his name was?

 
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Postby UND9296 » Thu Apr 26, 2007 12:03 pm

mitchstrand wrote:Hunter Berg

Travis Kraft

Scott Sheldon (Regent)

Doug Swenson

Jesse Vliem (Hettinger)

 

These are the first 5 guys that come to mind from the 90's, not a starting five, but these guys should all be on the team starting or bench.  There was a guy from Bowbells i believe that played in the NBA...forgot his name, and i am sure he is from the 90's...anyone remember what his name was?

 
Les Jepsen graduated from Bowbells sometime in the mid-80's, I believe.
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Postby mitchstrand » Thu Apr 26, 2007 2:08 pm

O, ok, i was a little off, but that was the name, thanks
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Postby Tu-Big » Thu Apr 26, 2007 2:52 pm

When did Less Jepson graduate??? I think he might be from the 80s, but i know he played pro ball
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Postby ndlionsfan » Thu Apr 26, 2007 3:44 pm

Indians Alumni wrote:
BB11 wrote:I'm going to throw some names and positions out there - argue to your heart's content.

PG - Hunter Berg - Grenora
SG - Travis Kraft - MPCG
SF - Fred Fridley - Watford - (not his position but who cares)
PF - Marty McDonald - Munich
C - Doug Swenson - Halliday

2nd team
Steve Holen - DLB
John Maus - Hatton
Brent Vigen - Central Valley
Tom Jacobsen - MPCG
Brent (Brett) Moser - Leeds
Greg Routledge - Glenburn
Fred Longie - Four Winds
I'm sure I've missed some great ones - but this is off the top of my head.

What about guys like Scott Hanson of Dakota Prairie, Wick from Carrington?  Wick could shoot the lights out at 6'9".

Sean Gourd, Dale Alberts both of FW.  I think Dale had the scoring title until this year before Tony IronHeart beat it.


C'mon Indians Alum, how can you leave off Jason Haagenson from Leeds??  I'm sure you played against him.  Never ever gets mentioned in these types of discussions.  I grew up idolizing this guy.  Finished his career with almost 2400 pts and was 3rd or 4th in career pts in ND history at the time......he might have been passed over by someone since.  I would put him up there at SG instead of Kraft on BB11's list 
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Postby BB11 » Fri Apr 27, 2007 3:29 am

[user=2232]ndlionsfan[/user] wrote:
Indians Alumni wrote:
BB11 wrote:I'm going to throw some names and positions out there - argue to your heart's content.

PG - Hunter Berg - Grenora
SG - Travis Kraft - MPCG
SF - Fred Fridley - Watford - (not his position but who cares)
PF - Marty McDonald - Munich
C - Doug Swenson - Halliday

2nd team
Steve Holen - DLB
John Maus - Hatton
Brent Vigen - Central Valley
Tom Jacobsen - MPCG
Brent (Brett) Moser - Leeds
Greg Routledge - Glenburn
Fred Longie - Four Winds
I'm sure I've missed some great ones - but this is off the top of my head.

What about guys like Scott Hanson of Dakota Prairie, Wick from Carrington?  Wick could shoot the lights out at 6'9".

Sean Gourd, Dale Alberts both of FW.  I think Dale had the scoring title until this year before Tony IronHeart beat it.


C'mon Indians Alum, how can you leave off Jason Haagenson from Leeds??  I'm sure you played against him.  Never ever gets mentioned in these types of discussions.  I grew up idolizing this guy.  Finished his career with almost 2400 pts and was 3rd or 4th in career pts in ND history at the time......he might have been passed over by someone since.  I would put him up there at SG instead of Kraft on BB11's list 


Good call, and my bad - I remember watching Haagenson at the state tournaments - and loving the way that guy played - You are correct - he should definietely be in the top 5 of the 90's - he was one of the better players I have seen in Class B.
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Postby Diamond D » Fri Apr 27, 2007 4:09 am

You probably should throw in Dustin Undlin, Mohall in there.  Wasn't he Mr. Basketball in 1995 or 1996?

 
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Postby The Schwab » Fri Apr 27, 2007 7:22 am

Diamond D wrote:You probably should throw in Dustin Undlin, Mohall in there.  Wasn't he Mr. Basketball in 1995 or 1996?

 
well hunter berg was Mr. Bball in 95, and no class b guy has won it since then...so....no
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Postby Fletch Jr. » Fri Apr 27, 2007 12:16 pm

Undlin won it over Ross Pankratz from Ryan in 1994
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Postby Tu-Big » Sun Apr 29, 2007 3:39 pm

Tu-Big wrote:When did Less Jepson graduate??? I think he might be from the 80s, but i know he played pro ball

whoops, didnt see it was mentioned earlier
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Postby Tu-Big » Sun Apr 29, 2007 3:41 pm

I remember a player from Standing Rock's team when they won the title, last name was Austin, he was pretty tough if i remember right.
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Postby Wild Wolves » Sun Apr 29, 2007 5:38 pm

Which Wick was 6"9"???
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Postby Baller » Sun Apr 29, 2007 6:10 pm

Tu-Big wrote:I remember a player from Standing Rock's team when they won the title, last name was Austin, he was pretty tough if i remember right.

I think you are thinking of Quinn Austin...I think he only played one year at Standing Rock and was at BHS his first couple years, but he coould play.
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Postby ndlionsfan » Mon Apr 30, 2007 4:17 am

I played against Quinn Austin in the 98 state tourney.  Very good player yes, but not anywhere near the top 20 of the 90's........maybe top 50.
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Postby Tu-Big » Mon Apr 30, 2007 6:16 am

ndlionsfan wrote:I played against Quinn Austin in the 98 state tourney.  Very good player yes, but not anywhere near the top 20 of the 90's........maybe top 50.

The only time i got to see him play was at the state tourney in 98'. I remember him being pretty descent, but i was really young at the time.
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Postby InTheKnow » Sat Jun 02, 2007 9:07 am

BB11 wrote:I'm going to throw some names and positions out there - argue to your heart's content.

PG - Hunter Berg - Grenora
SG - Travis Kraft - MPCG
SF - Fred Fridley - Watford - (not his position but who cares)
PF - Marty McDonald - Munich
C - Doug Swenson - Halliday

2nd team
Steve Holen - DLB
John Maus - Hatton
Brent Vigen - Central Valley
Tom Jacobsen - MPCG
Brent (Brett) Moser - Leeds
Greg Routledge - Glenburn
Fred Longie - Four Winds
I'm sure I've missed some great ones - but this is off the top of my head.

I agree with those top five. Some names you missed though for honorable mention.

Scott Hanson Dakota Prairie (his 32 point first half performance in the 2nd round of the 94 state B does it alone)

The Vleim brothers from Hettinger

Andrew Leclair- MPCG

Steve Laqua- Cavalier (over 1,800 pts i believe)

Jim Kleinsasser- Carrington

Steve Sedler- Griggs County

Dustin Undlin- Mohal

Ross Pankratz- Minot Ryan
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Postby g_baller » Mon Oct 08, 2007 1:25 pm

BB11 wrote:I'm going to throw some names and positions out there - argue to your heart's content.

PG - Hunter Berg - Grenora
SG - Travis Kraft - MPCG
SF - Fred Fridley - Watford - (not his position but who cares)
PF - Marty McDonald - Munich
C - Doug Swenson - Halliday

2nd team
Steve Holen - DLB
John Maus - Hatton
Brent Vigen - Central Valley
Tom Jacobsen - MPCG
Brent (Brett) Moser - Leeds
Greg Routledge - Glenburn
Fred Longie - Four Winds
I'm sure I've missed some great ones - but this is off the top of my head.
showing love for greg routledge. i think he still has the state record for three pointers with 123. guy couldnt miss...he would steal the ball and hit the three instead of the easy layup. 27-1 senior year but only second team all state. not surprising because chad carlson, benjy jones, and the welstads were all great too.
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Postby wilson » Fri Oct 12, 2007 11:02 am

am I missing something, or has Jeff Boschee not been mentioned yet? I would have him on my team in a heartbeat.

No love for Kenny Younger either?
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Postby bigtuna21 » Fri Oct 12, 2007 5:21 pm

yes aaron was a great player but he was the third best player on his team and not even the best player in his own house
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Postby BB11 » Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:54 am

[user=4643]wilson[/user] wrote:
am I missing something, or has Jeff Boschee not been mentioned yet? I would have him on my team in a heartbeat.

No love for Kenny Younger either?

This topic was started on the Class B site - that is why it is all Class B players. It was moved to this site.
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Postby BB11 » Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:55 am

[user=4598]bigtuna21[/user] wrote:
yes aaron was a great player but he was the third best player on his team and not even the best player in his own house


Who are you talking too - or about? Not trying to be mean - was just curious as to who your referring too?
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Re: All-Decade Team of the 1990's

Postby ndfbfan70 » Mon Mar 03, 2008 3:13 pm

There was a kid from warwick back about 97-98??? I think he was a finalist for Mr. Basketball, but i can remeber his name. I do remeber reading alot about him in the papers though.
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