Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Outgoing Lakeview Christian Academy senior guard Anders Broman had his #10 jersey retired on Monday night as the team's postseason banquet, that after a record-breaking career for the Lions.
"It's crazy to think about because you never really see too many jerseys retired," Broman said. "I'd just like to thank my parents, my coaches, my teammates, and everyone who has been involved with my career. It truly has been a team effort."
Broman leaves high school as Minnesota's all-time leading scorer, having finished his six-year varsity career with 5,119 points. The old record was 4,089, held by Kevin Noreen of Minnesota Transitions.
The 6-foot-2 guard led the state in averaging 42.0 points per game as a senior, helping lead Lakeview Christian Academy to a second consecutive MSHSL Class A tournament.
Broman becomes the first-ever player to have his Lions jersey number retired, just as he became school's first-ever Division I athlete after committing to play at South Dakota State University (SDSU).