Photo: Omar McMillan Richfield Basketball

Posted On: 11/19/20 1:13 PM

Richfield’s Lamar GraysonLamarGrayson6'0" | PGRichfield | 2021StateMN is one of the top five returning metro scoring leaders from the 2019-20 season.  Grayson’s 19.3 points per game is back to lead a Richfield team that went 23-5 a season ago.  

Grayson ranks up there with Caleb SiwekCalebSiwek6'1" | PGRosemount | 2022StateMN and Alonzo DoddAlonzoDodd6'3" | PGSouth St Paul | 2022StateMN in the top five returning metro scorers in terms of points per game.  What led to the breakout junior season? 

"Just being confident in my game at all times thinking there’s nothing I can’t do on the court," Grayson explained.  "As a team we worked extremely hard in the summer, and in practice we had a different mindset going into the season.  We all wanted to win and we all were confident we could win."

That confidence stretched into a 23-6 record for Richfield, with only a few seniors on the team.  Now Grayson, Ryan MilesRyanMiles6'5" | SFRichfield | 2021StateMN, Jaden WollmuthJadenWollmuth6'5" | PFRichfield | 2022StateMN, Mitchell JanuaryMitchellJanuary6'0" | PGRichfield | 2022StateMN, and Isaiah Casey-Hammond return all as starters.  And their visions are big. Lamar has big goals for himself as well. 

"Our goal as a team is to go back to state," Lamar said.  "My personal goals for this season

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