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Holmen

-Zac Malvik
-Marques Blank
-Drew Knutson
-Ryan Meyer
-Mike Mackey
-Rob Sebion
-Adam Tiedt
-Marques Pfaff
-Nick Smith
-Joe Dummer

Im pretty sure this is it for sure
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2LetItRain3_old
The Holmen top ten is going to consist of most players from the 00-06, because Holmen Basketball has been more than poor since 06'.

1) Malvick (obviously)
2) Blank (obviously)
3) Drew Knuston
4) Rob Sibeon
5) Adam Kindschy
6) Ryan Meyer
7) Marques Pfaff
8) Adam Schmidt
9) Joe Dummer
10) Roman Wells


Wells, Schmdit, Kindschy, Pfaff maybe didn't score very much or fill up the stat line, but that's because they didn't have to because Malvick and Blank were busy running circles around everyone and scoring almost 20 a night. I hope everyone can remember who these guys were haha
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Riverman_old
holmen5 wrote:


holmenvikings24 wrote:


Dammon Kroll was a beast!

I've got Holmen.

Holmen Vikings
-Zach Malvik
-Marques Blank
-Ryan Meyer
-Nick Smith
-Drew Knutson
-Alex Luft
-Corey Haug
-Jesse Tiedt
-Joe Dummer
-Brian Vike


Yeah you have to take Alex Luft off this. Michael Mackey also has to be on this list.


I am still laughing at this list. Absolutely Mackey and add James Vacek
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holmenvikings24
Vacek definitely didn't play in this Decade...
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OffSeason_old
homeruntrotter wrote:


nyy_bball wrote:


OffSeason wrote:


La Crosse Aquinas
Scott Christopherson
Jimmy Whitehead
Andy Fernholz
Colin Walsh
Mike Wendland
Tony Felt
Joe Felt
AJ Halverson
Lucas Morrisey
Bronson Koenig

Close, but not top ten(in no particilular order): Mike Hanson, Dammon Kroll, Ryan Fahey, Steve Papke, Evan Pederson, Phil Martin

Are you kidding me!!! Bronson Koening is a freshman in high school this year. How a player makes an all decade team after one career varsity basketball game amazes me.


I was going to ask him the same thing but you beat me to it. Don't understand that one. While I think the kid is going to be a stud and technically you can add him to your team because he will play in this decade it just doesn't make sense right now.


I was simply looking at the question on the surface of who are the most talented, most outstanding kids to play for the program within the decade. Not looking at cumulitive stats or anything, just top players, and currently Bronson is more talented than a lot of other players were even after playing their 2 (usually junior and senior) years of varsity basketball. I really don't see the arguement here. The most any player could have played is 4 years, however uncommon...most play 2 years and the out standing play 3. In this case Bronson will have played in one season this decade but what he does/will do for this years team can't be understated. The kid is special and his game only has room to grow.
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holmenvikings24 wrote:


Dammon Kroll was a beast!

I've got Holmen.

Holmen Vikings
-Zach Malvik
-Marques Blank
-Ryan Meyer
-Nick Smith
-Drew Knutson
-Alex Luft
-Corey Haug
-Jesse Tiedt
-Joe Dummer
-Brian Vike


Dammon Kroll was beast, however fell vitcim to not seeing nearly enough minutes to reach his full potential. There were games where he didn't even play 20 minutes. Very poor use by his coach. His contribution would have been a lot greater had he been given teh opportunity he deserved.
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holmenvikings24
OffSeason wrote:


holmenvikings24 wrote:


Dammon Kroll was a beast!

I've got Holmen.

Holmen Vikings
-Zach Malvik
-Marques Blank
-Ryan Meyer
-Nick Smith
-Drew Knutson
-Alex Luft
-Corey Haug
-Jesse Tiedt
-Joe Dummer
-Brian Vike


Dammon Kroll was beast, however fell vitcim to not seeing nearly enough minutes to reach his full potential. There were games where he didn't even play 20 minutes. Very poor use by his coach. His contribution would have been a lot greater had he been given teh opportunity he deserved.


I definitely agree. Desmond was, at some points, completely terrible.
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Adams-Friendship Green Devils All-Decade Team:

Starters:
G 6'4" Jered Massen
G 6'5" Michael Paynter
F 6'3" Duane Schanke
F 6'4" Ben Hickethier(sp?)
G 6'4" Tommie Gaston

Bench:
G 6'0" Lance Fritz
G 5'11" Ben Pease
F 6'3" Brandon Wormet
F 6'6" Bryce Wormet
F 6'5" Dennis Neira

Adams-Friendship will win the boys basketball SCC Championship!
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