Basketball: Breuer among 14 to be enshrined in new hall of fame
In a partnership with the Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx, the Minnesota High School Basketball Hall of Fame committee has announced a display in the skyway of the Target Center honoring those enshrined.
According to a press release, “The goal of the Hall of Fame is to celebrate the rich history of high school basketball from around the state by recognizing the most successful players, teams, coaches and other contributors.”
Players will become eligible 10 years after their last high school game, and coaches are eligible after 15 years of starting their coaching career.
On Monday, March 26, an inaugural class will be inducted at The Courts at Mayo Clinic Center. Fourteen people will be in the first class, including Randy Breuer of Lake City, Khalid El-Amin of Minneapolis North, Ron Johnson of New Prague, Janet Karvonen-Montgomery of New York Mills, Kevin McHale of Hibbing, Jim McIntyre of Minneapolis Patrick Henry, Mark Olberding of Melrose, Lindsay Whalen of Hutchinson, Chisholm coach Bob McDonald, Rochester Lourdes coach Myron Glass, Minneapolis North and DeLaSalle coach Faith Johnson Patterson, Dorothy McIntyre of Edina, the Edgerton boys’ basketball team of 1960, and the Grand Meadow girls’ basketball teams from 1929-39.