Posted On: 10/13/21 11:23 AM

Another top contender for the Class AA title will be Minneapolis North.  The Polars have a star, they have experience on the court and on the bench, they will have depth, size, talent, and speed.  A certain contender. 

Key Wins in 20-21 (15-2) DeLaSalle, Hopkins, Minneapolis South, Litchfield, Holy Family, MLWR

Oops: Caledonia, Minnehaha Academy

Moving On:  The Polars lost four key players from last year’s run.  The size up front was Davon Townley Jr Davon Townley Jr 6'6" | PF Minneapolis North | 2021 State MN and Marcus Owens Marcus Owens 6'8" | C Minneapolis North | 2021 State MN .  Both gave the Polars an extra element in the paint with Townley being one of the best seniors in the state.  Strong wings Clifford Brown III Clifford Brown III 6'2" | SG Minneapolis North | 2021 State MN and Andre Gray Andre Gray 6'3" | SG Minneapolis North | 2021 State MN also graduated.  Both could score, both were strong, each could play a few spots in the North offense.  

Returning Starters (1):   The Polars bring back one starter but it’s a big one, senior guard Willie Wilson Willie Wilson 6'2" | PG Minneapolis North | 2022 State MN .  Willie is a four year veteran that the Polars can use pushing the ball at point or at either wing spot.  He’s a transition dynamo with a lot of defensive potential.  With all of that talent that North has, Wilson was the team’s leading scorer and will

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