Burnsville rallies to defeat Tartan 56-52

Burnsville rallied from a five-point deficit with 3:42 left in the fourth quarter to defeat Tartan 56-52 in the quarterfinals of the Minnesota boy's state high school basketball tournament at the Target Center.
March 24, 2004

Everette Pedescleaux commits to football

6-6 two-sport star Everette Pedescleaux of Plymouth (MN) Robbinsdale Armstrong has committed to playing football for the Gophers after visiting the campus this past weekend. He had committed to Northern Iowa for basketball, picking the Panthers over Tulsa. However, Pedescleaux did not sign a letter of intent in the early signing period. He scored 16 points last night to help the Falcons defeat Bloomington Jefferson 48-36 in a non-conference game.
December 16, 2003

Everette Pedescleaux may pass on hoops for pigskin

6-6 forward Everette Pedescleaux of Plymouth (MN) Robbinsdale Armstrong committed to Northern Iowa, picking the Panthers over Tulsa. However, Pedescleaux did not sign a letter of intent in the early signing period. This was not due to him being interested in another school to play hoops, but rather his questioning whether or not to play basketball or football in college. Pedescleaux helped lead the Falcons to the Class 5A semi-finals, where they lost to eventual state champs Lakeville 38-28.
November 29, 2003

Everette Pedescleaux commits to Northern Iowa

6-6 forward Everette Pedescleaux of Robbinsdale (MN) Armstrong has committed to Northern Iowa, picking the Panthers over Tulsa. Pedescleaux had a strong summer with the Howard Pulley Panthers and also received recruiting interest from several Division I football teams.
October 5, 2003

FB target Everette Pedescleaux will pick school

Gopher football target Everette Pedescleaux of Robbinsdale (MN) Armstrong will make his college choice this weekend. Two-sport standout Pedescleaux had a strong summer with the Howard Pulley Panthers and also received recruiting interest from several Division I football teams. However, he will play basketball in college.
October 3, 2003