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Mr. Basketball Dakota Showcase Results & Records 2001-2016

 

FINAL TOURNAMENT STANDINGS

2016 PLATINUM CHAMPIONS : KEARNEY CATS
Runner-up : BBA Force 17
Semi-finalists : Wisconsin Crusaders 17
Iowa Cornsharks
Gold Division Champions : BBA Force 16
Runner-up : Wisconsin Crusaders 16
2015 PLATINUM CHAMPIONS : DAKOTA BUCKS
Runner-up : BBA Force 17
Semi-finalists : Randolph Boys Club
Dakota Niners 17
Gold Division Champions : Wisconsin Crusaders Mihai
Runner-up : BBA Force 16
2014 PLATINUM CHAMPIONS : WISCONSIN PLAYGROUND WARRIORS
Runner-up : Wisconsin Blizzard 17
Semi-finalists : Dakota Niners 17 Select
Rapid City Central Cobblers
Gold Division Champions : Randolph Boys Club
Runner-up : BBA Force
2013 PLATINUM CHAMPIONS : WISCONSIN PLAYGROUND WARRIORS
Runner-up : Huron Tigers  (SD)
Semi-finalists : Village Athletics  (MN)
Wisconsin Blizzard Hawley
Gold Division Champions : SD Wizards
Runner-up : Kansas Cagers
2012 PLATINUM CHAMPIONS : WISCONSIN JETS
Runner-up : Wisconsin Blizzard Kellett 17
Semi-finalists : Wisconsin Blizzard Hawley
Wisconsin Blizzard Mielke
Gold Division Champions : SW Minnesota Stars 16
Runner-up : Wisconsin Blizzard Kellett 16
2012 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2011 CHAMPIONS : SW MINNESOTA STARS 17
Runner-up : Iowa Barnstormers Black
Semi-finalists : Minnesota Glory Elite
Dakota Niners North
2011 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2010 CHAMPIONS : THE WRATH  (MN)
Runner-up : Dakota Schoolers
Semi-finalists : Minnesota Fury Gold
Minnesota Fury Blue I
2010 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2009 CHAMPIONS : ALEGENT CRUSADERS I  (NE)
Runner-up : Dakota Schoolers I
Semi-finalists : South Dakota Heat I
Minnesota Fury Elite
2009 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2008 CHAMPIONS : MINNESOTA MAGIC ROBERTSON
Runner-up : Dakota Schoolers
Semi-finalists : Minnesota Magic Elite
Minnesota Magic Elite Stars
2008 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2007 CHAMPIONS : IOWA BARNSTORMERS
Runner-up : South Dakota Heat
Semi-finalists : Minnesota Magic Elite
Wisconsin Blizzard
2007 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2006 CHAMPIONS : MINNESOTA GLORY
Runner-up : Minnesota Magic Gold
Semi-finalists : South Dakota Storm,
Dakota Schoolers I
2006 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders

2005 CHAMPIONS

: DAKOTA SCHOOLERS I
Runner-up : Omaha Crusaders I
Semi-finalists : Minnesota Magic Black
Dakota Schoolers II
2005 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2004 CHAMPIONS : OMAHA CRUSADERS I
Runner-up : Minnesota Glory
Semi-finalists : Springfield Gamecocks  (MO)
Minnesota Magic Gold
2004 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2003 CHAMPIONS : DAKOTA SCHOOLERS I
Runner-up : Minnesota Select Gold
Semi-finalists : LaCrosse BGC Select  (WI)
Omaha Crusaders I
2003 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2002 CHAMPIONS : MINNESOTA SELECT GOLD
Runnerup : Slamfest Stars  (NE)
Semi-finalists : Dakota Schoolers
NW Iowa Select
2002 Tourney Review & Stat Leaders
2001 CHAMPIONS : TOURNAMENT GOLD I  (NE)
Runnerup : Dakota Schoolers I
Semi-finalists : Slamfest Stars  (NE)
Minnesota Magic Gold
2001-All Tournament

 

TOURNAMENT MVP’S

 

 

2016 Kanon Koster Kearney Cats Koster, a 6-3 junior-t0-be, helped the Kearney Cats to a perfect  record and their first Dakota Showcase championship. He led his team and the platinum division in scoring, averaging 23.7  points per game. As a prep at Kearney HS in Nebraska he was named the Kearney Hub Player-of-the Year in 2015-16 .

 

2015 Chad Barkema Dakota Bucks Barkema, a 6-5 senior-t0-be, helped the Dakota Bucks to a perfect 6-0 record and their first Dakota Showcase championship, averaging 17.3 point per game. As a prep at Sioux Falls Christian HS he was named All-State and All-Conference. He averaged 23 points during his high school season to go along with 11 rebounds and 5 assists.

 

2014 Romeo Bouie Wisconsin Playground Warriors Bouie, a 6-4 senior-to-be, helped guide the Wisconsin Playground Warriors their second consecutive Dakota Showcase championship, averaging 14.8 point per game. As a prep at Racine St. Catherine’s HS he was named honorable mention All-State, All-County and All-State division four, helping his team to a 19-6 record. He averaged 15.8 points during his high school season to go along with 5.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists.

 

2013 Cam Ward & Dakota Oskey Wisconsin Playground Warriors The duo of Ward and Oskey helped guide the Wisconsin Playground Warriors to perfect record of 6-0 and the championship, averaging 10.8 and 12.2 point per game respectively. Ward, a three-time conference player-of-the-year and All-State selection, averaged 24 points during his high school season at Marshall High School. Oskey, a 6-4 wing for Seymour High School, averaged 17 points en route to first-team All-Conference honors in 2012.

 

2012 Tim Wagner Wisconsin Jets Wagner, a 6-3 senior-to-be, averaged 17.67 points as he helped guide the Wisconsin Jets to the championship with his sharp shooting. The All-Conference performer for Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School in Wisconsin knocked down 26 three-point field goals during the event.

 

2011 Kyle Kilgore SW Minnesota Stars 17 Kilgore, a 6-7 senior, helped guide the SW Minnesota Star 17 team to the championship with solid defense and 9.8 points per contest on a balanced squad. An Adrian High School product is a two-time All-Conference performer. 2011 All-Tournament Team

 

2010 Dylan Stewart The Wrath Stewart, a 6-3 senior guard, led The Wrath in scoring, averaging 12.8 pointer per contest. An Eden Prairie High School product, he helped them to the semifinals at the State Tournament in 2010. 2010 All-Tournament Team

 

2009 James Hajek Alegent Crusaders I Hajek, an Omaha Skutt product, was on of six players for the Alegent Crusaders I to average nine points or more during the Dakota Showcase, scoring 9.7 per contest. The 6-8 senior-to-be helped guide the Crusaders to their second Dakota Showcase title. 2009 All-Tournament Team

 

2008 Emmanuel Addo Minnesota Magic Robertson Addo, a 6-8 senior-to-be, was a consistent contributor as Minnesota Magic Robertson picked up their first Dakota Showcase title. Addo, an All-Conference selection, averaged 14.0 points for Northfield High School. In the Dakota Showcase Addo averaged 10.7 points. 2008 All-Tournament Team

 

2007 Brennan Cougill Iowa Barnstormers Cougill, a 6-9 junior-to-be, led the 16 & Under Barnstormers to the Dakota Showcase title, averaging 16.7 points per game. Cougill scored 21 in the final, going head-to-head with DI recruit Colton Iverson. Cougill averaged 15 points and 10 boards as a sophomore for Sioux City Heelan. 2007 All-Tournament Team

 

2006 Justin Stommes Minnesota Glory Stommes, a  6-7 swingman, averaged 12 points and 5 rebounds for Rocori High School during his junior year. A senior to be, Stommes paced the Minnesota squad with 15 points per game during the Dakota Showcase. He scored ten points in the championship game as the Minnesota Glory finished the tournament a perfect 6-0. He has signed with NCAA Division I Eastern Kentucky. 2006 All-Tournament Team

 

2005 Michael Tveidt Dakota Schoolers I The 1st Team All-Stater averaged 18 points and 7 rebounds for Pierre Riggs High, which finished 5th in Class AA. Tveidt averaged 16.4 points and earned all-tournament honors in the 2004 Dakota Showcase and averaged 14.3 points in the 2005 event. He scored 22 points in an 89-82 championship win over the Omaha Crusaders. He has signed with NCAA Division I North Dakota St. 2005 All-Tournament Team

 

 

2004 Michael Jenkins Omaha Crusaders I Jenkins, a 6-3 wing from Bellevue West High School averaged 18 points and 5 rebounds as a junior for the Thunderbirds, who finished 23-2 and state champs. He was named 2nd Team All-State. The fourth-leading scorer in the Dakota Showcase, Jenkins averaged 17.0 per game while leading the Crusaders to the title. Jenkins has signed with the University of Nebraska-Omaha. 2004 All-Tournament Team

 

2003 Colby Fitzgerald Dakota Schoolers I Fitzgerald, a 6-2 guard from Dell Rapids, SD (St. Mary’s) led the Dakota Schoolers to their first Mr. Basketball title. He averaged 20.8 points per game during the Dakota Showcase. A first team all-stater, he led St. Mary’s to a third place finish in the 2003 SD state tournament. He played at the University of South Dakota. 2003 All-Tournament Team

 

2002 Matt Ohme Minnesota Select Gold Ohme, a 6-2 point guard from Bloomington’s Jefferson High led the Minnesota Select to the title of the 2002 Dakota Showcase with a 19 point effort vs. the Slamfest Stars (Neb.) in the final. He averaged 13.5 points per game during the event. He averaged 10 points a game as a junior for the 26-4 state runner up squad at Jefferson. 2002 All-Tournament Team

 

2001 Brett Seger Tournament Gold I Seger, a 6-3 guard from Omaha, Nebraska, averaged 19.0 points per game in leading his team to the 2001 Mr. Basketball title. He tallied 15 points in the championship win over the Dakota Schoolers. Seger averaged 23.1 points per game as a senior at Omaha Westside High School and was a first team all-stater. He has signed to play at NCAA Divison I Denver University. 2001 All-Tournament Team

 

TEAM RECORDS

 

Single Game
MOST POINTS SCORED: 118, 94 Feet of Game 2008
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 37, Minnesota Glory Elite 2011, Alegent Crusaders I 2009, 94 Feet of Game 2008
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 15, ND-MN All-Stars 2002, ECI Select East 2006
FREE THROWS MADE: 29, Minnesota Glory 2006, Kearney Bearcats 2007

 

Tournament
TOTAL POINTS: 540, Dakota Schoolers I 2003
AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME: 90.0, Dakota Schoolers I 2003
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 159, Omaha Crusaders 2004
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 63, Omaha Crusaders I 2005
FREE THROWS MADE: 98, Tournament Gold I 2001, Dakota Schoolers I 2009

 

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

 

Single Game
POINTS SCORED: 39, Kannon Burrage (Quad City Select 2007)
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 13, Jordan Aaberg (ECI Minnesota 2007)
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 9, Leslie Peter (IAATK Elite 2007)
FREE THROWS MADE: 18, Kenny Neelon (Omaha Crusaders II 2006)

 

Tournament
TOP SCORING AVERAGES: 27.75, Akbar Abdul-Ahad (Team Minnesota 2001)
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 45, Brennan Cougill (Iowa Barnstormers 2008), 45, Antoine Young (Omaha Crusaders I 2005)
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 26, Jeff Martin (Omaha Crusaders I 2005)
FREE THROWS MADE: 51, Jimmy Capelle (Wisconsin Big Ten 2002)
TOTAL POINTS SCORED: 151, Antoine Young (Omaha Crusaders I 2005)