GREENDALE — The St. Joseph girls basketball team has some ground to make up if it wants to win a third straight Metro Classic Conference title.
All great players have the ability to carry their team on their back, to give it a spark when it desperately needs it.
Latrell Glass — with plenty of help from his teammates — certainly did that for the Wilmot boys Thursday night.
At 3:40 p.m. today, Green Bay Packers fans will put themselves through a familiar three-hour grind.
Fists will be pumped. Expletives will be shouted. Hands will be high-fived. Anger will be displayed. Remote controls, or maybe even small children, will be tossed in the air in glee or agony. And more than a few beers will be consumed.
Former Central volleyball standout Danielle Rampart and her Winona (Minn.) State teammates enjoyed more than their fair share of success this season.
In fact, the Warriors ended the campaign in the school’s record books.
It was midnight, and Indian Trail senior forward Evan Newman was thinking about the Hawks’ matchup with the St. Joseph boys basketball team the following night.
Specifically, he was awake because of St. Joseph star senior point guard DeAndre Johns, the school’s all-time leading scorer and a nightmare for opposing defenses.
Beginning today, the UW-Parkside men’s basketball team has a weeklong holiday break that’s mandated by the NCAA for Division II programs.
So junior point guard Kendale McCullum apparently decided to pack about a week’s worth of stats into one game on Monday afternoon.