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Friday's boys' basketball roundup: Jones scores 35 to pace Apple Valley

01/26/2013, 12:37am CST
By Star Tribune

Tyus Jones shot 15 for 21 from the field, leading all scorers with 35 points while dishing out seven assists as the Eagles beat the Prior Lake.

• APPLE VALLEY 81, PRIOR LAKE 67: Tyus Jones shot 15 for 21 from the field, leading all scorers with 35 points while dishing out seven assists as the Eagles beat the Lakers. Dennis Austin added 16 points for Apple Valley, while Jon Sobaski paced the Lakers with 21 points.
• WAYZATA 108, METROTECH 82: Zach Robertson led five Trojans in double figures with 31 points in the nonconference victory. Dominick Jackson had 25 points and Michael Miller 20 to pace MetroTech in the high-scoring contest.
• MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 67, MINNEAPOLIS EDISON 45: Abdirahman Sheik paced three Tigers in double figures with 16 points in a victory over the Tommies. Brian Givens of South led all scorers with 16 points as only five Tommies scored in the loss.
• HILL-MURRAY 61, SIMLEY 52: Jake Christensen’s 20 points led the Pioneers over the Spartans. Eric Weimar with 13 points and Jerry Butler with 11 were other Pioneers who reach double figures, while only Verneal Baxter led the Spartans with 18.
• NEW PRAGUE 62, CHASKA 57: Luke Rynda buried five treys en route to a game-high 20 points to lead the Trojans over the Hawks.
•ST. PAUL HIGHLAND PARK 75, ST. PAUL CENTRAL 65: Dion Bradley’s game-high 32 points led the Scots to victory over the Minutemen. Only five players scored for Highland Park, but four of them were in double digits as Mike Koenig, Kwashon Collins-Westund and Admed Musse combined to score 38 points. Malik Durant-Haines led Central with 15.
•CENTENNIAL 70, BLAINE 67: The Cougars overcame a 53-38 deficit with 12:10 left to sneak away with a win after Joe Robel’s potential game-tying three-pointer was short at the buzzer. Pierre Roddy led the Cougars with 18 points, while the Bengals were paced by Matt Barthels’ game-high 19.
•ST. AGNES 62, ST. CROIX LUTHERAN 57: Nick Bennett had 23 points and Jake Gutzmann 12 as the Aggies defeated the Crusaders. Lincoln Hochmuth led the Crusaders with 13 points, while Cody Sticha chipped in 12.

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