The year was 1953. A small school in Milan, Ind., and its young coach prepared for the upcoming season.
The expectations were high following a trip to the final four the year before. Even with four returning starters, no one could have imagined what happened.
Milan High School, with an enrollment of 161, finished off the 1953-54 season by doing what many believed to be impossible.
The Indians won the Indiana High School basketball championship. Milan remains the smallest school to ever claim the title.
How did they do it?