is the toast of the town this week in Duluth, Minn.
With a 42-point effort as Lakeview Christian Academy (Duluth, Minn.)
defeated Mesabi East (Aurora, Minn.) 100-87 during the Hibbling Holiday Tournament, Broman became the all-time boys basketball career scoring leader in Minnesota history.
That gave the 6-foot-1 senior guard 4,122 points, surpassing the previous record of 4,086 by Kevin Noreen.
The South Dakota State University signee was presented the game ball and a gold-painted leather ball by tourney organizer Joel McDonald, who once held the state record himself.
Adding frosting to the cake, Mayor Don Ness proclaimed Friday "Anders Broman Day" in Duluth. He stressed that the honor wasn't just for basketball, but also because he is an honor student, Junior Rotarian, active in his church, volunteers at Union Gospel Mission and leads a summer basketball camp for elementary students.
Broman told the Duluth News Tribune, "It's kind of crazy, but I just feel very blessed."