Minneapolis Henry was led by guards Louis Cox and Jordan Hughes once again, with 26 and 25 points, respectively in an 80-68 win over Holy Angels. They had combined for 56 points in their opening-season loss to Hopkins.
Junior Marquel Curtis scored a game-high 27points to lead Robbinsdale Armstrong in a 67-58 win over Maple Grove. Curtis, who plays for 43 Hoops, has gotten mid major recruiting interest.
Duluth East went over the century mark as they defeated Andover 102-89. Dyami Starks, who is headed to Columbia, had 35 points.
Eric Robertson of Wayzata had 30 points in an 84-75 overtime road win over Blaine.
Boston College signee Kevin Noreen continues his assault on the all-time scoring mark as he had 30 points to lead #3 ranked in Class A Minnesota Transitions Charter to a 85-75 win over Minnehaha Academy.
Tom Schalk of Apple Valley had 25 points and 18 rebounds in a 75-762 win over Lakeville South.
Shelby Moats finished 86-80 win over Minnetonka.
Junior guard Jordan Smith of Orono had 21 points in a 64-50 win over St. Michael-Albertville.
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