Quantcast
skip navigation

Prairie Seeds Academy sets state scoring record in 165-37 victory

01/07/2012, 2:42am CST
By STAFF REPORTS

Prairie Seeds Academy has added to the charter school dominance of the high school boys' basketball state single-game scoring record.

Prairie Seeds Academy has added to the charter school dominance of the high school boys' basketball state single-game scoring record.

The Lycans broke Minnesota Transitions' single-game scoring mark in a 165-37 victory over host Math & Science Academy on Friday night in Woodbury. Minnesota Transitions set the previous mark in a 156-33 victory over E.C.H.O. Charter on Dec. 8, 2007.

Charter schools now own the top six highest scoring games in state history, four of which are by Minnesota Transitions, which twice scored over 100 points in a half.

Prairie Seeds built a 91-19 lead at halftime. The Lycans only had seven players score on the night; five of those had at least 20 points.

 

Related Stories

  • Boys' basketball story lines for 2016-17

  • 12/05/2016, 8:30pm CST , By Star Tribune
  • There have been talented senior classes in the past, but the current crop of seniors is perhaps the metro‚Äôs deepest ever, even without Gary Trent Jr., who left Apple Valley to hone his skills at Prolific Prep in California.
  • Read More

Tag(s): Prairie  Woodbury  E.C.H.O.  Prairie Seeds Academy  Hub exclusives  Star Tribune  Prairie  Woodbury  E.C.H.O.  Prairie Seeds Academy