Hatton, ND

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Hatton, ND

Postby CLASSBFAN1987 » Tue Mar 19, 2019 4:31 pm

Hatton, ND. The Hatton Flyers were coached by the legendary Jim Howson. This was all before they had joined Northwood to become Hatton-Northwood Thunder. Unfortunately, he had never made a state tournament. Would anyone know what was his best team? Who is the best player he had ever had possibly?
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Re: Hatton, ND

Postby PMPT » Tue Apr 02, 2019 9:42 am

Most likely Mike Lavin from the early 1970s. 1st team all-stater when all-state teams weren't separated by class A and B. Went on to an outstanding career at U-Mary and is in their athletic hall of fame.
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Re: Hatton, ND

Postby hfs77 » Thu May 02, 2019 4:54 pm

Mike Lavin's younger brother dude was two-time First Team All-State in (87&88), 1988 Mr Basketball Finalist, and over 1,700 career points. Also had a good career at U-Mary (although football was arguably his better sport).

Mike's team in 1975 might have been one of Hatton's best - they lost on a last second play to Larimore in Region Championship.

Another Hatton great was John Maus. 2nd team All-State in 1994, 1st Team in 1995, and also a Mr Basketball Finalist in 95. Over 1,800 career points. His sister Lisa might be the best player in HHS history though. Tri-Miss Basketball in fall of 1995, 2,000 career points, led her team to 3rd Place at State (with #2 and #6 best players on the team out with torn ACL). She was also National Tourney MVP while leading U-Mary to NAIA National Championship four years later.
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