Grand Meadow girls basketball dynasty elected to MSHSL Hall of Fame

They’ll be part of a class highlighted by Eagan girls hockey star Natalie Darwitz and St. Paul Academy soccer star Tony Sanneh, both of whom went on to play for U.S.

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From left, Beulah Ankeny, 98, Grand Meadow class of 1936; Mae Gross, 95, class of 1940; and Hazel Blancherd, 98, lass of 1937, all played girls basketball for Grand Meadow between 1929 and 1939. The trio posed for a picture last year as their teams were inducted into the Minnesota High School Basketball Hall of Fame. In October, the Grand Meadow dynasty will be inducted into the Minnesota State High School League Hall of Fame. (PB file photo by Joe Ahlquist / [email protected])

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Duncanville’s Cathy Self-Morgan resigns after 8 state titles ‘ and amid an investigation into possible recruiting violations

Duncanville girls basketball coach Cathy Self-Morgan celebrates her team’s 62-49 win over South Grand Prairie in a regional final in 2017. (Brandon Wade/Special Contributor)

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Cathy Self-Morgan will be remembered as one of the most successful girls basketball coaches in Texas and U.S. history.

But after resigning as Duncanville’s coach Wednesday, a day after a stunning first-round playoff loss, Self-Morgan leaves amid a cloud of controversy and questions.

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Date: 2019-02-13T17:49:00-06:00
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All-Metro Sports Awards Girls’ Coach of the Year: Molly Kasper, Eastview girls’ basketball

What she said (about coaching basketball and softball): ‘Usually it works out pretty well. This year we had a month of snow, so we had an easy transition into it. I thought about telling the girls to not try so hard and [jokingly] to maybe not make it to state, but that didn’t work out so well.’

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