panthercub wrote:Great stories! Yadot you have knowledge my friend! I hear "The Mylo Flash" is also a dart shark master of the 6 darter!
gobison15247 wrote:panthercub wrote:Great stories! Yadot you have knowledge my friend! I hear "The Mylo Flash" is also a dart shark master of the 6 darter!
true story, the mylo flash is still in the area and is still knocking them down! he can knock down a 6 dart and a 6 pack with the best of them! heck of a nice guy too. he owns the meet locker in cando stop in and see him
Whats his real name?
winner-within wrote:Bison-Vikes #1 wrote:wanderer, that really is an incredible story. Question, was the foul a legit call?winner-within wrote:great story...I saw that team play a couple of times, knew a few of the boys.
The days of a roster full of ND boys like that are over...Wow!.... Lyndon was a machine...so was Mark Hochstetler.
Rollie, an older brother was no slouch either. Believe he played at VCSU in the late '70s, maybe around the time Al Dvorak was at Mayville.
I think Todd Trudel (Cando) and Richard Dufault (argyle MN, Austins dad) were right after Rollie at VCSU....good memories.
Bison-Vikes #1 wrote:I remember him. Question, was Greg Feldman (sp) during that time as well? Didn't he go on to play at Moorhead? He was one tough player.
thewanderer wrote:Bison-Vikes #1 wrote:I remember him. Question, was Greg Feldman (sp) during that time as well? Didn't he go on to play at Moorhead? He was one tough player.
Greg( (tiny) Feltman, an athletic 6'5" center with great skill set, played in Grafton 78-80(?). Greg was one of the players we all looked up to growing up wanting to be basket ball players like him when we got to be BIG. lol HE still lives and farms in Grafton. He has a daughter that plays on Graftons girls team. she is pretty good. He also has a 5th grade son that is good for a youngster as well.
ndpreps09 wrote:Its a sure good thing that shot didn't count, because he would probably be in the NBA these days instead of masterfully making batch after batch of the best beef sticks North Dakota has ever seen.
Bisonguy06 wrote:The Dickinson Press has posted the legendary 1992 District game that finished with a final score of Hettinger 4, Regent 2. The youtube video for the game is here:
*There's a chance that this video will be taken down from youtube for length.
It is really incredible that the game played out this way and both coaches and teams were content with the strategy. The one disappointing thing from this game is that Regent's strategy worked to perfection when it came down to the final possession, yet they didn't even get a quality look for their final shot.
Watch the entire game - it only takes 34 minutes!
Bison-Vikes #1 wrote:Believe it was Chuck Gremmels.
Bison-Vikes #1 wrote:Do you remember his sons name? Seen him at a UND basketball game a while back. Hadn't seen him in years. Played sports against him in the old days.
Did Jerry Kringlie take over for Coach Gremmels?
Wow. This really happened bison-vikes? Anybody else recall this? Thats crazy.Bison-Vikes #1 wrote:It was around 1973. During a high school bb game, the lights went out in the gym. This happened quite frequently back then. It was jet black in the gymnasium, and one of the home town players punched a visiting team player in the face. When the lights came back on, the visiting player told his coach (it was quite apparent he had been punched). The visiting coach pulled his players off the court and loaded them up and left without finishing the game. They ended up forfeiting the game.
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