Tuesday's High School Basketball Top Stars

The Minnesota high school basketball season had the most games on its schedule Tuesday. The following is a look at some of the top performers from last night's games.

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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