Posted On: 03/29/20 2:00 PM

Unless something unforeseen occurs, the basketball season has come and gone. There’s a lot to unpack from the last four months of hoops though and before we turn our attention to the AAU and offseason scene, let’s look back at the season that was.

Four Winds/Minnewaukan was a heavy favorite to win the whole thing

If there was going to be a Class B State Tournament, the heavy favorite to hang a state title banner was Four Winds/Minnewaukan. 

The Indians checked every box. They had a go-to guy in Doug Yankton. They had a beast inside in Bronson Walter. They had lockdown defenders in JaeShaun Shaw plus Yankton. They had excellent shooters including Jayden Yankton. They had depth. They had athleticism. 

The Indians passed every test, suffering just one loss all year while beating state tournament teams like Shiloh, Hillsboro, Rugby and Beulah. This team had the goods to win the whole thing after missing the state tournament the last two years. 

Hillsboro/Central Valley Looked Like a Contender Again

Heading into the year, the other team considered at the top of the rankings was Hillsboro/Central Valley. The Burros were arguably

Dakotas All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Dakotas to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!