All-School Teams

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Postby marchmadness10 » Mon Mar 05, 2007 7:06 am

for Dickinson Trinity it would have to be

Chad Glasser

Lee Smith

Luke Steiner

Brad Jaeger

brady ernst
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Postby BaldEagle » Mon Mar 19, 2007 5:35 pm

Neche Indians - pre North Border

G - Jerry Trenbeath

G - Wayne Weiss Mayville St

F - Guy Kain

F - John Hvidsten

C - Gary (Eek) Volrath (Midwest Gold Glove Champ)
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Postby BB11 » Tue Apr 17, 2007 3:29 am

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Cavalier is not a basketball town so that would be tough. I could only give ya five guys that come off the top of my head.

Brady Trenbeath
Blake Trenbeath
Todd Olson
Steve LaQua
Shane Robinson

Matt Anderson coming off the bench

That would be my starting 5, notta lot of height.


Best Five In Cavalier history:
Todd Olson
Brady Trenbeath
Steve LaQua
Bill Watson
Steve Dann
Bench:
Shane Robinson
Jay Carik (Sr.)
Craig Askew
Blake Trenbeath
Scott Jobe
John Dalsted
Mike Watson
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Postby north_border_eagles2106 » Fri May 04, 2007 8:52 pm

BB11 wrote:[user=20]ndfan[/user] wrote:
Cavalier is not a basketball town so that would be tough. I could only give ya five guys that come off the top of my head.

Brady Trenbeath
Blake Trenbeath
Todd Olson
Steve LaQua
Shane Robinson

Matt Anderson coming off the bench

That would be my starting 5, notta lot of height.


Best Five In Cavalier history:
Todd Olson
Brady Trenbeath
Steve LaQua
Bill Watson
Steve Dann
Bench:
Shane Robinson
Jay Carik (Sr.)
Craig Askew
Blake Trenbeath
Scott Jobe
John Dalsted
Mike Watson
I don't know as much about the older players on that list but I have to think there is room for Matt Anderson on this team.  He was the District 4 Senior Athlete of the year in 2006 and one of the toughest players to guard I've ever seen/competed against.  I have to think someone on that list could be taken off for Anderson but I am not sure on the history of Cavalier basketball players.
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Postby Tu-Big » Tue May 08, 2007 7:34 pm

For Williston High id go with James Hennesey, Scott DeLorme, the Schmidt boys and then Qvale.
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Postby paperboy » Wed May 09, 2007 7:38 am

Fargo North:
Tyler Koenig
Eric Erdmann
Jade Jahner
Tommy Leikas
Juno Pintar
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Postby tommykramer » Wed May 09, 2007 11:41 am

"He didn't say that Ethan should be starting for Morehart, he just said he should be on the team which he should be.  He is the schools leading three point shooter and one of the top scorers in school history as well.  What do you have against Ethan Evenson?"

It's nothing "against" Ethan Evenson but in the long and storied tradition of Hillsboro basketball he's not among the top 15.  That doesn't mean that he's not a good player just not as good as the others Hillsboro has produced.  One thing that needs to be remembered - Hillsboro had great teams with great players.  Some "role' players for those Hillsboro teams would have been great scorers for other schools, but Hillsboro was more about winning.  Another thing that bothers me about your comments "he is the schools leading three point shooter and one of the top scorers in school history as well".  I have seen plenty of good (not great) players who scored a bunch of points basically because there were no other options, or the teams they played on were so poor that an o.k. kid started playing varsity as a freshman, and through the course of his career they end up high on the scoring chart.  Ask anyone from Hillsboro or from anywhere around there that's over the age of 25 what kind of teams Hillsboro has had recently, compared to what they were, and you'll here that there is NO comparrison!!! 




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Postby bruins44 » Wed May 09, 2007 1:36 pm

paperboy wrote:Fargo North:
Tyler Koenig
Eric Erdmann
Jade Jahner
Tommy Leikas
Juno Pintar
Here are some old school players from North that were pretty good in tlhe '70s!!!  Todd Bakken,  6'7 post Class of '77(state champ, UND Star), Mike Wacker,6'10 post,University of Texas star, I think he was at North in the late 70s his dad was Jim Wacker, football coach at NDSU and U of M... Eric Larson,6'3 guard  Class of'76, great shooter, star at Concordia... Craig Flaagan, 6'7 post, Class of '75, 3 year starter at Concordia, current South girls coach....  I dont remember many North players from the '80s but North was not very good that decade.
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Postby paperboy » Wed May 09, 2007 5:07 pm

bruins44 wrote:
paperboy wrote:Fargo North:
Tyler Koenig
Eric Erdmann
Jade Jahner
Tommy Leikas
Juno Pintar
Here are some old school players from North that were pretty good in tlhe '70s!!!  Todd Bakken,  6'7 post Class of '77(state champ, UND Star), Mike Wacker,6'10 post,University of Texas star, I think he was at North in the late 70s his dad was Jim Wacker, football coach at NDSU and U of M... Eric Larson,6'3 guard  Class of'76, great shooter, star at Concordia... Craig Flaagan, 6'7 post, Class of '75, 3 year starter at Concordia, current South girls coach....  I dont remember many North players from the '80s but North was not very good that decade.
Thanks for reminding me of these players...you know, come to think of it, Fargo North really hasn't produced a ton of really well known, good players, has it?  Going way back there was Chipper Litten (I think he went to North) and Barry Mayer, but he was more of a football player, but I do remember he played some basketball but probably shouldn't be mentioned here.  Are there any more that you can remember?
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Postby bruins44 » Thu May 10, 2007 3:33 am

Elroy Konnig, Mark Dahl, Steve Connelly, Kent Jacobson... just a few I can remember from the late '60 and early '70s,  Your right, North High has not had a great deal of super players.  its fun to think back about some of these guys..

Chip Litton was a north side kid but went to Fargo Central, Barry Mayer was a stud athlete and played football for the U of Minnesota
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Postby BB11 » Thu May 10, 2007 7:52 am

[user=1019]north_border_eagles2106[/user] wrote:
BB11 wrote:[user=20]ndfan[/user] wrote:
Cavalier is not a basketball town so that would be tough. I could only give ya five guys that come off the top of my head.

Brady Trenbeath
Blake Trenbeath
Todd Olson
Steve LaQua
Shane Robinson

Matt Anderson coming off the bench

That would be my starting 5, notta lot of height.


Best Five In Cavalier history:
Todd Olson
Brady Trenbeath
Steve LaQua
Bill Watson
Steve Dann
Bench:
Shane Robinson
Jay Carik (Sr.)
Craig Askew
Blake Trenbeath
Scott Jobe
John Dalsted
Mike Watson
I don't know as much about the older players on that list but I have to think there is room for Matt Anderson on this team.  He was the District 4 Senior Athlete of the year in 2006 and one of the toughest players to guard I've ever seen/competed against.  I have to think someone on that list could be taken off for Anderson but I am not sure on the history of Cavalier basketball players.

Matt was a great player - and I debated between him and Watson - as they were both the same type of player - and for their era's both considered the best athlete to come out of Cavalier at their respective times. I think Matt should probably be on this list - but I just see him more as a football standout - like Watson was - than a BB standout - but he is definitely deserving of being top 15 in Cav history.
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Postby classb_fan00 » Fri May 11, 2007 8:01 am

Linton - Kyle Carr

Lamoure - Jake Holen

PBK - Brandon Bata

Maple Valley - Mike Stowman

Steele Dawson - Mark Bakkum

BCN - Beau Sizer


 

 
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Postby The Schwab » Sun May 13, 2007 3:11 pm

classb_fan00 wrote:Linton - Kyle Carr

Lamoure - Jake Holen

PBK - Brandon Bata

Maple Valley - Mike Stowman

Steele Dawson - Mark Bakkum

BCN - Beau Sizer


 

 

not saying that bata wasn't any good....but how about Ross Florhaug (spelling)
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Postby rep » Sun May 13, 2007 7:31 pm

The Schwab wrote:
classb_fan00 wrote:Linton - Kyle Carr

Lamoure - Jake Holen

PBK - Brandon Bata

Maple Valley - Mike Stowman

Steele Dawson - Mark Bakkum

BCN - Beau Sizer


 

 

not saying that bata wasn't any good....but how about Ross Florhaug (spelling)

i didn't get a chance to see bb in high school, but, my guess is that because of the position he played, he was a little more consistent than florhaug night-in and night-out. rf was pretty decent when he was able to create off the dribble and move with the basketball, but his jumper was touch and go and it really abandoned him on a couple of nights. nights when he was on, he was a force in class b basketball (which i suppose could be said about a lot of players).
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Postby Indians Alumni » Mon May 14, 2007 11:05 am

Four Winds

Point Guard: Tony IronHeart (Mr Basketball candidate, all-state)

Shooting Guard: Kenroy Rainbow (used to break ankles)

Small Forward: Dale Alberts: (shoot from anywhere, highest scorer)

Power Forward: Sean Gourd: (tough on the inside, very strong post player)

Center: Fred Longie Jr: Down right dominates. All Stater, dominated the board and scored at will

honorable mentions: Kalen Littlewind, Chico Diaz, Ray Cavanaugh, Mike Meade, CJ Ironheart, & Delvin Greywater
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Postby Baller » Mon May 14, 2007 6:09 pm

Indians Alumni wrote:Four Winds

Point Guard: Tony IronHeart (Mr Basketball candidate, all-state)

Shooting Guard: Kenroy Rainbow (used to break ankles)

Small Forward: Dale Alberts: (shoot from anywhere, highest scorer)

Power Forward: Sean Gourd: (tough on the inside, very strong post player)

Center: Fred Longie Jr: Down right dominates. All Stater, dominated the board and scored at will

honorable mentions: Kalen Littlewind, Chico Diaz, Ray Cavanaugh, Mike Meade, CJ Ironheart, & Delvin Greywater
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Postby ndfan » Mon May 14, 2007 6:31 pm

[user=1276]Baller[/user] wrote:
Indians Alumni wrote:Four Winds

Point Guard: Tony IronHeart (Mr Basketball candidate, all-state)

Shooting Guard: Kenroy Rainbow (used to break ankles)

Small Forward: Dale Alberts: (shoot from anywhere, highest scorer)

Power Forward: Sean Gourd: (tough on the inside, very strong post player)

Center: Fred Longie Jr: Down right dominates. All Stater, dominated the board and scored at will

honorable mentions: Kalen Littlewind, Chico Diaz, Ray Cavanaugh, Mike Meade, CJ Ironheart, & Delvin Greywater
Which one are you IA??

I don't see his name, but it does look like he has a relative in the honorable mentions.. Am I right IA??
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Postby basketballer » Sat Nov 03, 2007 10:56 am

point/center wrote:maybe we'll throw a LaMoure team out there:
Leon Thielges
Chad Anderson
Bruce Shockman
Jake Holen
Scott Hager

here's mine:
PG-Leon Thielges
G- Jake Holen
F- Derold Haugen
F- Dennis Holen
C- Bruce Shockman

Next Five-
PG- Darren Thielges
G- Ben or Anthony Holen
G- Chad Anderson
F- Caleb Shockman
C- Michael Arndt
I Probably missed many older ones.
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Re: All-School Teams

Postby straightballer » Fri Nov 30, 2007 11:26 pm

Scranton Has had some good players

Dirk Mack

Quinn Diede--Stud ab SD Tech

Kevin Olson--No. 4 all time scorer at UMary

Craig Olson

Reed Ruggles--Football at UMary

Bench

Dustin Honeyman

Chase Kelner

Kevin Brown
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Re: All-School Teams

Postby dunseithdragon06 » Mon Dec 03, 2007 12:26 am

Dunseith
Danny Gunville PG
Danny Peltier SG
Adam Hunt SF
Eric Morin SF
Wayne Poitra C

Second Team
Riley Decoteau C
Mark Wilson PF
Terry Poitra SG
Donald Egburt PG
Johnnie Pelter

Honorables
Josh Decoteau, Clifford Gillis, Kelle Davis, Chris Peltier, Chris Lafromboise, John Gunville,
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Re: All-School Teams

Postby project-pat » Fri Jan 11, 2008 5:37 pm

question for anybody who has witnessed scranton play in the past couple years....CHASE KELNER or LUCAS PALCZEWSKI???? Who was better?
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Re: All-School Teams

Postby rep » Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:09 pm

project-pat wrote:question for anybody who has witnessed scranton play in the past couple years....CHASE KELNER or LUCAS PALCZEWSKI???? Who was better?


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Re: All-School Teams

Postby project-pat » Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:16 pm

rep wrote:
project-pat wrote:question for anybody who has witnessed scranton play in the past couple years....CHASE KELNER or LUCAS PALCZEWSKI???? Who was better?


palczewski


reasons?
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Re: All-School Teams

Postby rep » Fri Jan 11, 2008 8:02 pm

his dna does not allow him to miss a spot-up jumper.
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Re: All-School Teams

Postby project-pat » Mon Jan 14, 2008 5:06 pm

rep wrote:his dna does not allow him to miss a spot-up jumper.


whoa whoa whoa...there is nothing wrong with the kelner basketball DNA...i got Kelner in this battle by a long shot :D
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