Apple Valley junior guard Tre Jones has been selected as the Minnesota Associated Press Player of the Year for high school boys basketball.
Wright, who was honored as the Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year, was candid about how important winning the Mr. Basketball Award was to him.
The Eagles defeated the previously unbeaten Rebels 60-54 to win the Class 4A championship, just as they did two years ago.
Recent winners of the Associated Press Player of the Year award for Minnesota high school boys basketball: 2017_Tre Jones, G, Apple Valley 2016_Amir Coffey, G,…
The 2017 Associated Press All-State teams for Minnesota high school boys basketball:PLAYER OF THE YEARTre Jones, Apple ValleyFIRST TEAMTre Jones, junior, Apple ValleyMcKinley Wright, senior,…
Tre Jones continues to blaze his own path — a similar path of excellence — and managed to one-up his brother, Timberwolves guard Tyus Jones.
Every two years the MSHSL reclassifies teams based on enrollment, while section placement is based on geography. Fewer than 10 percent get changed.
Tre Jones continues to blaze his own path — a similar path of excellence — and managed to one-up his brother, Tyus.
“I try to give the kids everything I have,” Larry McKenzie said.
Private school champions tend to generate criticism, deserved or not.
Many spend a lot of their time competing, a handful at national, world championships.
The Islanders raced out to a big lead and never let Austin get close en route to a 72-44 victory.
Freshman Jalen Suggs scored 22 points, including 13 down the stretch, to lead the Redhawks to their second championship in five years.
The Polars, who are moving to Class 2A next season, trounced North Woods to win their second title in a row.
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The Rangers' durable starters, led by 'monster' Noah Gindorff, defeated the Crusaders 53-42 to advance to the Class 2A championship.
The Redhawks turned up the defensive intensity and overwhelmed the Cardinals with a 31-6 run en route to a 76-44 victory.
The Polars defeated Springfield 100-56 to advance to the championship game on Saturday where they will try to defend their state title against North Woods.
After hitting a half-court buzzer-beater to get his team into the semifinals, Cade Goggleye hit two free throws with four seconds left for the victory.