Gopher signee Miles Webb sees HS career end

Six-foot-3 combo guard Miles Webb of Brooklyn Park (MN) Center saw his high school career end when the Pirates lost to Armstrong 58-43 in the first round of the Section 5 Class AAAA playoffs, despite his 20-point effort. Webb signed his letter of intent with the Gophers in the early signing period. Webb committed to the Gophers before his junior season and is one of the top candidates for Minnesota's Mr. Basketball award. The following is a look at his numbers this season.

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

SCORE

RECORD

Miles Webb

AVERAGE

December 5th

Rochester Century

Home

59-61

0-1

18

18.0

December 13th

Meadow Creek Christian

Home

54-39

1-1

20

19.0

December 16th

Elk River

Home

46-58

1-2

16

18.0

December 26th

Austin

Hamline

79-57

2-2

18

18.0

December 27th

Chaska

Hamline

52-77

2-3

21

18.6

December 29th

St. Paul Central

Hamline

70-66

3-3

19

18.7

January 6th

Andover

Away

63-59

4-3

23

19.3

January 9th

Forest Lake

Home

68-56

5-3

21

19.5

January 10th

Minneapolis North

Home

71-82

5-4

30

20.7

January 13th

Coon Rapids

Away

70-44

6-4

10

19.6

January 20th

Champlain Park

Away

76-65

7-4

21

19.7

January 23rd

Osseo

Home

70-59

8-4

22

19.9

January 24th

Reserve Christian

Target Center

58-53

9-4

30

20.7

January 27th

Blaine

Away

78-86

9-5

38

21.9

January 30th

Maple Grove

Home

81-70

10-5

28

22.3

February 3rd

Anoka

Away

53-55

10-6

17

22.0

February 6th

Elk River

Away

67-57

11-6

25

22.1

February 10th

Andover

Home

62-51

12-6

13

21.7

February 13th

Coon Rapids

Home

83-47

13-6

11

21.1

February 17th

Champlain Park

Home

66-77

13-7

22

21.2

February 24th

Blaine

Home

61-67

13-8

14

20.8

February 26th

Osseo

Away

53-63

13-9

9

20.3

March 1st

Anoka

Home

41-52

13-10

7

19.7

March 5th

Maple Grove

Away

54-64

13-11

21

19.8

March 13th

Armstrong

Playoff

43-58

13-12

20

19.8


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