Past border battle players still playing in 2022.

We do not verify 100% accuracy for this list of players and schools, but it should be close.

Border Battle 2022

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

University of Minnesota Duluth

Romano Gymnasium

Girls Game: 6:00 pm

Boys game: 7:30 pm


2022 Border Battle Program B/W


The color 2022 Border Battle Program


The new color program has a complete box score for the boys game. Ifan only had the full boys game for download. The girls' game only had the second half. Stats should be fairly accurate. (I went through the game twice) The only exception, it was very, very hard to be credited with an assist.

                                         Border Battle 2021

Players selected. (See link to players selected below)

Games Canceled.




We are sad to have to cancel the 2021 Border Battle High School All-Star Games. Though the pandemic situation was improving, we were unable to positively secure an adequate gym to hold the games. Another problem was the different sports schedules each state had and the fact that Wisconsin high school basketball was done 5-8 weeks before Minnesota. We named players for the four all-star teams because we thought it was important to honor this year's players who have had to put up with so much disruption from COVID-19. Their selections were based on input from referees, coaches, and others 
who were able to attend games, as well as using statistics. We did our best to pick the teams.

DAYBA Board

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"Border BattlE" 
​sponsored by ST Luke's orthopedics & Sports medicine

Each spring, DAYBA produces the "Border Battle" All-Star Game Sponsored by St. Luke's Orthopedics, pitting elite players from Northeastern Minnesota vs. players from North Central Wisconsin.  This is the premier all-star game in the Northland! 

Each year we pick a Mike Gerber MVP award winner for both the girl's game and the boy's game. 


History

BOYS GAMES

2009: Wisconsin 103, Minnesota 102, OT (At UWS; attendance 1,000)

2010: Wisconsin 115, Minnesota 88 (At UMD; attendance 850)

2011: Wisconsin 93, Minnesota 72 (At UMD; attendance 850)

2012: Minnesota 135, Wisconsin 75 (At UMD; attendance 1,200)

2013: Wisconsin 98, Minnesota 83 (At UMD; attendance 1,100)

2014: Minnesota 120, Wisconsin 115, 2OT (At UMD; attendance 1,200)

2015: Minnesota 110, Wisconsin 100 (At UMD; attendance 1,200)

2016: Wisconsin 106, Minnesota 101 (At UMD; attendance 1,100)

2017: Minnesota 104, Wisconsin 95   (At UM; attendance 800)

2018: Minnesota 96, Wisconsin 88  (At UWS; attendance 850)

2019: Wisconsin 131, Minnesota 84 (At UMD; attendance 800)

2020: Game canceled

2021: Game canceled

2022: Minnesota 121, Wisconsin 93 (At UMD: attendance 750)

Overall: Wisconsin 6-6; Minnesota 6-6

Highest single-game scorer: Bjorn Broman (Lakeview Christian Academy, Duluth, MN; 2015) 31 points


GIRLS GAMES

2009: Wisconsin 105, Minnesota 62 (At UWS; attendance 1,000)

2010: Wisconsin 80, Minnesota 72 (At UMD, attendance 850)

2011: Wisconsin 94, Minnesota 88 (At UMD; attendance 850)

2012: Wisconsin 85, Minnesota 69 (At UMD; attendance 1,200)

2013: Minnesota 65, Wisconsin 61 (At UMD; attendance 1,000)

2014: Wisconsin 78, Minnesota 76, OT (At UMD; attendance 900)

2015: Wisconsin 94, Minnesota 70 (At UMD; attendance 1,100)

2016: Wisconsin 78, Minnesota 70 (At UMD; attendance 1,200)

2017: Wisconsin 75, Minnesota 73  (At UMD; attendance 800)

2018: Wisconsin 73, Minnesota 64  (At UW;, attendance 850)

​2019: Minnesota 95, Wisconsin 56 (At UMD; attendance 800)

2020: Game Canceled

2021: Game Canceled

2022: Minnesota 70, Wisconsin 65 (At UMD: attendance 750)

Overall: Wisconsin 9-3; Minnesota 3-9

Highest single-game scorer: Heather Bowe (Eau Claire Regis, 2012): 29 points