By Janice A. Beran
From Six-on-Six to complete court docket Press is an entire historical past of Iowa women's highschool, collage, and leisure basketball. Beran's exhaustive research... covers mythical avid gamers and coaches, adjustments in principles, stats on Iowa women' highschool documents, adjustments in enjoying types and uniforms, in addition to the heart-stopping pleasure of the nation match. - Hoop resource Beran captures the fervour and dedication of the avid gamers and explains how the sport grew to become an essential component of the lifetime of households and groups. simply learn and wealthy with proof and illustrations, this paintings can be good acquired by means of gamers, fanatics, and devotees of renowned Iowa background. - Annals of Iowa
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