The Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook started in the summer of 1985 shortly after editor Mark Miller earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
After previewing a book similar in nature from Minnesota, Miller opted to start a state-wide basketball magazine detailing the high school and college scene in the Badger state.
Thirty-two years later, the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook has become a staple for prep and college basketball fans from throughout the state. Mark has also added several events over the years including the WBY Shootout, Border Battle, summer tournaments and the long running WBY Exposure Camp.
In March of 2006, the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook joined forces with the Wisconsin Sports Network in a move designed to strengthen the future of both ventures.
Editor Mark Miller - Mark Miller is the editor of the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook and for the chief scout/basketball writer for WisSports.net. The Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook is a 336-page magazine that covers men's prep and college basketball in Wisconsin. Now in its 32nd season, the WBY serves as a vital source of information for players, fans, high school coaches, parents, media and college scouts. it also highlights the Top 50 Seniors, a section devoted to profiles of the best players in the state. The WisSports.net Web site is the definitive source of information for Wisconsin high school basketball 12 months of the year. Player and team rankings, feature stories, coaching updates, recruiting updates, video of teams and individual players and more are featured on WisSports.net.
Photographer Brian Roebke -Brian Roebke is the chief photographer for both the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook and WisSports.net. The editor of the Times-Villager in Kaukauna, Roebke is an avid basketball fan and one of the state's premier prep experts.
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